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Happy Earth Day!
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This is the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day, begun in 1970 with strong public and bipartisan government support. The first Earth Day led to the creation of the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the passage of the Clean Air, Clean Water, and Endangered Species Acts during the Nixon administration. People and governments seem more

A Beautiful Life Touched By Freedom
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I would like to offer you a little glimpse behind the scenes of Rx: The Freedom to Travel. There is a team of us working to support this wonderful product and program. My name is Karen and I am inspired to share with you because Rx: The Freedom to Travel speaks to me, both because

Do You Have A Medical Condition? Travel With The Right Words
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Do You Have A Medical Condition? Travel With The Right Words We’ve all seen travel commercials that show coeds in perfect health frolicking in Cancun during spring break. However, most of us are a little less carefree and a little more fragile. Chances are, if you’ve made it to adulthood you have at least one

Gluten free conversion chart
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It’s Spring or at least it is here in the Southwest… I know we get our seasons a bit confused but we don’t mind! The sun is shining and picnics, zoo trips and road trips are sure to be on the agenda. It’s also festival season. Almost every weekend there is an art festival or

Now On Kickstarter!
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Tell everyone you know! Our Kickstarter campaign is officially underway and we’re inviting everyone to back our latest project! The Luck of the Irish! Many of you have already been wishing us good luck on our kickstarter. We so appreciate the support! Please spread the word -We’ve got just a little over a month to

7 Ways to Cope with Travel Anxiety
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7 Ways to Cope with Travel Anxiety Some people are born to be globetrotting free spirits. But not all of us feel carefree and relaxed when we go on a trip. Travel anxiety is very common. After all, we’re creatures of habit. When we’re separated from our normal environment, we tend to get a little

Mobility Travel Tips For Arthritis Sufferers
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Mobility Travel Tips For Arthritis Sufferers One of the really frustrating things about arthritis is that it gives you good days and bad days. Sometimes, just getting out of bed is a long, groan inducing process. Other times, you feel OK – and may not realize you are “overdoing it” at favorite activities until the

How Do You Travel with Diabetes?
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How Do You Travel with Diabetes? Some health conditions (like migraines) only flare up once in a while; but diabetes is with you all day, every day. If you have this disease, you know that managing it starts out as a full time job. Then, you eventually get into a routine that makes things a

Increase in Medical Tourism Raises Safety Questions
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Increase in Medical Tourism Raises Safety Questions When most people travel, they do it for business, education, fun, or to spend time with relatives. However, every year more travelers are making their way to other countries for a very different reason – they need affordable medical treatment. Not all medical tourists travel for elective procedures

Glasgow – just in time for the Holidays!
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Glasgow – style city It wouldn’t be difficult to think that the term “shop ‘til you drop” was coined for Glasgow. The UK’s favorite shopping destination outside of London, this is a city that seems to be designed around retail therapy. In the heart of Glasgow you will find the so-called ‘Golden Z’ of Sauchiehall Street,