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How to prevent buyer's remorse when buying a home
How to prevent buyer's remorse when buying a home

Buyer's remorse is a feeling of regret when purchasing a home.

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Big East teams love competing in the Southeast
Big East teams love competing in the Southeast

Universities from Illinois, Indiana, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Washington, D.C. can't wait for their annual conference championship in South Carolina.

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Why your non-hitting hand is crucial to your stroke
Why your non-hitting hand is crucial to your stroke

I was teaching a group of 9- to 12-year-old beginners that love to flail away at the ball with reckless abandon.

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Masters swimming mainly for fitness, recreation
Masters swimming mainly for fitness, recreation

What exactly is "masters swimming"?

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Love the Lowcountry and get wet with your pet
Love the Lowcountry and get wet with your pet

Each summer I've worked with dogs and owners to enjoy our local waters safely.

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Hinchey's Bar & Grill is Chicago's gift to Bluffton
Hinchey's Bar & Grill is Chicago's gift to Bluffton

Just in time for summer, Hinchey's Chicago Bar & Grill in Bluffton is offering an addition to its already expansive menu from 5 to 9 p.m. every Thursday

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Test your hair smarts with pop quiz
Test your hair smarts with pop quiz

There are so many unsubstantiated theories about hair and hair products that I decided to give readers a little test to see if they are paying attention to my articles.

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Mom-son dance duo creating memories
Mom-son dance duo creating memories

Sandra Toles started ballroom dancing when her son Xavier was only 6 years old.

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As summer nears, stay on top of garden chores
As summer nears, stay on top of garden chores

With temperatures climbing and summer knocking on the door we should finish up our planting of annuals and perennials this month and make sure

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Daily aspirin might prevent heart attack, stroke
Daily aspirin might prevent heart attack, stroke

Q: I am 50 years old and in good health, but a friend recently told me I should take a baby aspirin every day to prevent a heart attack or stroke.

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Smart glasses for presbyopia on the drawing board
Smart glasses for presbyopia on the drawing board

There is a dreaded process called "presbyopia" which begins to take effect on most people in their early to mid-40s.

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Helping those with memory loss find joy, purpose again
Helping those with memory loss find joy, purpose again

Humor is by far the most significant activity of the human brain.

- Edward de Bono

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Treatment can help vitiligo, but condition can't be cured
Treatment can help vitiligo, but condition can't be cured

Vitiligo is a condition that causes depigmentation of parts of the skin, affecting men and women, and people all races.

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Special event June 1 offers Fun in the Sun for Everyone
Special event June 1 offers Fun in the Sun for Everyone

Pockets Full of Sunshine will host the third annual Fun in the Sun for Everyone

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Trusts can protect and preserve family property
Trusts can protect and preserve family property

With advance planning, you can protect your loved ones from their eventual inability, disability, predators (e.g., divorce claims, alimony claims) and creditors.

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In times of loss, community can share mothers' grief
In times of loss, community can share mothers' grief

Before you start reading this, please note that it was written a few days before Mother's Day

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Make your voice heard on community needs
Make your voice heard on community needs

Engaged citizens improve government, and nowhere is that more true than at the local level.

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Letters to the Editor
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Foundation for Educational Excellence presents grants
Foundation for Educational Excellence presents grants

More than 40 Beaufort County public school teachers from 19 schools were surprised April 25

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Outdoor summer concerts engage guests, help others
Outdoor summer concerts engage guests, help others

The Summer Concert Series at Palmetto Bluff kicks off May 16

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Density, infrastructure conflicts shut down rezoning talks
Density, infrastructure conflicts shut down rezoning talks
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Co-op's annual meeting draws celebratory crowd
Co-op's annual meeting draws celebratory crowd

On May 6, Palmetto Electric Cooperative hosted its Annual Meeting

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Density, infrastructure conflicts shut down rezoning talks
Density, infrastructure conflicts shut down rezoning talks
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