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Gyms May Be Closed Again, but The American Council on Exercise Gives At-Home Exercises for Everyone

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Most cities are no longer under hard lockdown restrictions, and gyms have begun reopening to allow fitness-deprived members through their doors. At the same time, the spike in COVID-19 cases nationwide is something many of these same people are leery of.

So, what’s the best course of action for those who want to...


Fitz Frames - Revolutionizing The Eyeglass Experience


Many schools are likely to continue online coursework in the fall, paired with a cut to extracurricular activities due to COVID-19, kid's and teen's screen time has gone up significantly. 


Local Arizona Dad Creates a Water Bottle that Cleans Hands on the Go

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Suds2Go, the first dual-purpose water bottle that allows you to both hydrate and wash your hands on the go. Its patented design includes a reusable container you can refill with your favorite foaming soap, a pump, and separate valves for drinking and rinsing to avoid contamination.

Suds2Go was founded by Arizona native and ASU alumni Gabe Trevizo, father of four young kids, who came up with the breakthrough idea during a, particularly bad flu season. After receiving a patent for the bottle, he and his wife launched Suds2Go.


4 Sources of Marital Problems and How to Fix Them


While marriage is such a beautiful covenant that two people make with one another, it's one of the hardest relationships to maintain. This is because you have two adults with two different backgrounds, mindsets, beliefs, and dreams. They have to come together to find their common ground to set the foundation for their legacy. When many people think of marriage, many of them think about fairy tales and whimsical love stories. They can't imagine why two people in love would have marital problems. Truthfully, there are plenty of reasons. Consider the following sources of marital issues and how to work on them. 


How Your Four-Legged Friend Can Mend A Broken Heart

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It’s been said that a pet can heal a broken heart. Their unconditional love, loyal companionship and little quirks make it difficult to have a bad mood. If you’re a dog owner, you might find yourself being more active, whether it’s getting up and down every few minutes to let your indecisive dog in and out, throwing a ball around or going out for walks. It may not seem like much, but your dog spells good news for your heart health.

Studies from Mayo Clinic and the American Heart Association found that dog owners had better health scores than other pet owners and people who did not own a pet at all. This is because people...

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