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Sleep Better By Rocking

A study published in the February 4th edition of Current Biology shows that adults can benefit from rocking themselves to sleep, much the same way we rock a baby to sleep. Adults who were rocked to sleep, not only fell asleep faster than those who didn't, but they slept deeper and more restfully...
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Think, Feel, Act

Most of us don't realize that the constant chatter in our brain is a very powerful tool that we can take control of. In fact, I believe that if we do not take control of our thoughts they will stream by almost like a ticker tape and program us with negative self-talk, unrealistic scenarios and many...
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Dr. Ducharme’s Blog January 28, 2019

Having a Conversation about Money Tips to Avoid Financial Woes Money can be stressful. We all enter relationships with ideas on how money should be handled. It can be very frustrating for people to discover that they and their partner have different financial goals or even differ on how to manage...
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Spotlite: Winter Injuries Dr. Jay Kimmel Greater Hartford Orthopedic Group

Staying active with outdoor winter sports is a wonderful way to get some exercise and enjoy the fresh air. However, outdoor enthusiasts should take caution. Every year, more than 400,000 people are treated for winter sports-related injuries from skiing, snow boarding, ice skating and sledding...
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Sunday Morning Smooth Jazz Brunch 8am-noon

Welcome to the Companions and Homemakers Sunday Morning Smooth Jazz Brunch! On Sunday morning shake away the winter blues by taking a four vacation from stress. We invite you to join us from 8am-noon to discover how peaceful a Sunday can be with a relaxing morning of smooth jazz. Video of Peabo...
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PillowTalk: She'd Do It All Over Again

Tonya would do it all over again. And she is. I should say, THEY are. Tonya and Joe from Vernon. They have been married for 12 years and plan to renew their vows soon. Tonya shared her on going love story with me on the PillowTalk love lines recently. There was a lost wedding ring in there...
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Connecticut Among Most Educated States

In a study published at wallethub, the states were ranked to determine which are the most educated. The criteria used to determine that list included educational attainment, school quality, and achievement gaps between genders and races. When the numbers were crunched, Connecticut came in at #4...
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Check Out This Pet Predicament

So I'm going through the grocery store supermarket checkout line recently, paying for my groceries. Kaz, the checkout lady was telling me about her cat named Leo. She told me that Leo was your basic beige/orange Tabby cat. Leo had this habit of chewing on all of the wires in her house. According to...
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What Once Was Old Is New Again

What goes around comes around, right? Apparently the take-up wheels on cassette tapes have been going around quite a bit lately. That's according to Nielsen Music which says cassette tape sales rose from 178,000 in 2017 to 219,000 last year. Granted, that's a small percentage of the 141-million...
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What's Up @ The Bushnell

Paul Marte from The Bushnell stopped by to talk to Allan, Mike & Mary about all the amazing upcoming shows! Cats, Jazz with the Lincoln Orchestra & Wynton Marsalis, Illuminate from America's Got Talent and MORE! Check out the podcast below!
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