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Top 5 Adverse Health Effects of Alcohol Consumption

By: Dr. Linda Sparks ND, LAc

While I am sure most folks like to drink to relax or for social reasons, some of us are drinking more than the body would like.  Alcohol can take its toll on the body and the mind, especially in larger quantities.

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Experiencing Van Gogh in Atlanta

By Hylah Birenbaum

This August I will be celebrating my 50th birthday, so I decided that this year I am dedicating it to me with some self-care and self-love.

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Woman in Charge

Last week, Laurence des Cars was appointed by President Emmanuel Macron of France, to be president-director of the Louvre. She is the first woman to earn the position in its 228 year history. 

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Women's Retreat About Much More Than Yoga

Some of us were there to get out of the house. Some of us were there to escape our grief. Some of us were there to strengthen our aging bodies. Some of us were there to get away from our husbands. Some of us were there to let go of stress and control. Some of us were called by a higher power to be there. 

All of us were meant to be there. 

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Tips & Suggestions From Your Local Nursery

Sponsored: Rumble sat down Smokey Park Nursery owner, Derek Engelhardt, to learn a few tips and suggestions for spring and summer gardening and landscaping. More than ever, people are having fun working in their yards and strengthening curb appeal. 

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6 Best Classic High School Movies

From the Rumble Team

There are a ton of classic movies about high schoolers. While these nostalgic films center on teens in high school, the feeling of opportunity, possibility and sheer joie de vivre make them captivating for all audiences. With graduation season fast approaching, and the excitement of the ensuing summer season, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorites. Take a trip down memory lane and enjoy these high school classics. 

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Powerful Insight from a High School Graduate

By Emily Duvall

My high school experience embodies the saying, “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” 

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Mom is Winning Her Battle with Cystic Fibrosis

May is National Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Awareness Month. More than 30,000 adults and kids in the United States have CF. In West Virginia, a CF survivor is currently winning her 37-year battle with the disease — thanks to her life-saving double lung transplant. Her transplant is not only allowing her to breathe easier; it is also the reason she will be celebrating a very special Mother’s Day this year with her daughter.

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Just Graduated? Don’t Make These Money Mistakes

National nonprofit credit counseling agency Take Charge America explains the fiscal flubs young adults should avoid to build a strong financial foundation after graduation.

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