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Rising concern about possible environmental damage from the active ingredients in sunscreens could have ripple effects on public health if it causes people to use less of them.

This season has gotten off to a slower start compared to the last couple of years, but it is important to remember that June and July are only the first gear of hurricane season.

After a couple of summers of minimal vacationing and less than crowded airports, the airline industry is back to being as busy as ever in 2022. Unfortunately, many airlines are overwhelmed which could have a negative impact on travel plans. According to flight-tracking service, FlightAware, there have been more than 22,000 cancellations since Memorial Day […]

By Andrea McHugh, Broadry  Three years ago, the U.S. Senate officially designated June as Great Outdoors Month. Today, we celebrate all of the exceptional benefits of basking in the fresh air, hitting the trails, embarking on adventures including mountain biking, kayaking, fishing, exploring the country’s natural wonders including the majestic National Parks, and perhaps best […]

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Before I got married, I was invited to lunch with my future wife and her parents at a restaurant on a floating barge tied up on the north shore of the Ohio River. At the time, in the early 1970s, I had no idea restaurants like this existed in Cincinnati. In fact, my future father-in-law had built this restaurant with a business partner and had subsequently sold it.

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