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Working Toward Greener Businesses
Summer Music Festivals
The Low-Down on High Blood Pressure
Alternative Vacations
The 2010 Audi A6 vs. the 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
The 2010 Audi Q5 Shines on the Technology Front
Get Out There
Synthetic vs. Regular Engine Oil: Decisions, Decisions
Yard Sale—Next 675 Miles!
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The 2010 Audi A6 vs. the 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
Technology, value and versatility tilt the scales in favor of the Audi.


When choosing a midsize luxury car, it helps to know how the main rivals in the field stack up against each other. The 2010 Audi A6 is one of the most advanced designs ever produced by the company famed for its quattro® all-wheel drive and amazing interiors. Putting the Audi A6 up against its main German competitor – the Mercedes-Benz E-Class – reveals differences between the two automobiles that stack the equation in favor of the Audi.
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The 2010 Audi Q5 Shines on the Technology Front
Fantastic features and innovative equipment define Audi’s midsize luxury crossover.


These days, it takes more than a beautifully designed interior, elegant shape and fantastic utility to compete in the midsize luxury crossover field. While the 2010 Audi Q5 certainly possesses all of the attributes listed above, it comes to the table packing an even more important weapon: a healthy dose of advanced technology that elevates its driving and riding experience above that of any other premium crossover in its class.
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The Low-Down on High Blood Pressure
Kick hypertension to the curb with a few tips and some willpower.


With nearly one in three adults suffering from high blood pressure, there’s no better time to get the world population back in tiptop shape. Uncontrolled hypertension can result in stroke, kidney failure and heart failure – all without warning. Known as a “silent disease,” high blood pressure can sneak up on anyone at anytime. Fortunately, however, the risk of hypertension-related complications can be reduced. And while a doctor may prescribe effective medications to keep your pressure under control, there are many things you can do to take your health into your own hands! Here are some natural tips to avoid a trip to the ER:
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Summer Music Festivals
Peace, Love & Port-a-Potties


Warm weather, cold beverages and loud music – the holy trinity of the Summer music festival. Taking a page out of the Woodstock manual, concert promoters are securing some of the best live acts to come together for these once-in-a-lifetime, one-off performances. So, put on your walking shoes – here’s the lowdown on three of this Summer’s hottest music festivals.
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Get Out There
New England has the perfect weather, scenery and destinations for outdoor adventurers.


Summer in New England offers a stunning array of activities for all outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you are a veteran outdoorsy type or a newly reformed couch potato, you are sure to find an outdoor adventure perfectly suited to your tastes and skill level in this little corner of the country.
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Synthetic vs. Regular Engine Oil: Decisions, Decisions
Before you switch from one side to the other, make sure to ask your dealer for advice.


If you have ever had a conversation with anyone about engine oil, then you have undoubtedly come to the realization that almost every person out there has their own opinion regarding what represents the best option for both their own and your own automobile. Mechanics, performance enthusiasts, friends at work and even your own family are likely to hold varied points of view on the subject of engine lubricants and what you should be putting in your car when it’s time for your scheduled oil change.
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Working Toward Greener Businesses
Four tips for an eco-friendly office.


Even if you’re not the head honcho, going green at work doesn’t require a major office overhaul. Small changes, like the ones you practice at home (recycling, using less light), can apply to almost any business environment. And since you probably spend most of your week putting in those long hours, it pays off to take care of your workspace. Everyone will benefit and, who knows, eco-friendly habits may even boost office morale!
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Alternative Vacations
A new way to travel.


Looking to take a trip that will leave a lasting impact on not only you, but on others as well? Then look into the new form of travel that is quickly becoming all the rage for individuals and families alike – alternative vacations. Travel near or far and volunteer in a wide variety of fields including conservation, construction and community development. Wherever your passion lies, there is an alternative vacation for you.
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Yard Sale—Next 675 Miles!
The “World’s Longest Yard Sale” is a treasure seeker’s dream come true!


If you live for a bargain and you brake for brightly colored stickered items set up in folks’ front yards, take a drive down U.S. Highway 127 from Gadsden, Alabama to Hudson, Michigan. You can spend days rummaging through endless stuff, ranging from antiques and collectibles to furniture, toys, household goods, arts and crafts – you name it!
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