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CONTENTS
Fun Facts About Independence Day
Swimming Safety
Vehicle Details: The Volkswagen Passat Advantages
Vehicle Profile: The 2012 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen
Car Care: Air Conditioning System Check
Five Pet-Friendly Outings in New England
YMCA Healthy Kids Day
Three Best Beach Reads
Tablets for Every Need
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Vehicle Details: The Volkswagen Passat Advantages
A new midsize gold standard.

Photo: The Volkswagen Passat Advantages
The 2012 Volkswagen Passat, engineered in Germany and built in the U.S.A., enters a segment known for fierce competition. Thatís why VW equipped the Passat with undeniable advantages over todayís crop of midsize models.
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Vehicle Profile: The 2012 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen
Sport and utility, without the SUV.

Photo: The 2012 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen
In a market awash with crossovers, does anybody still build a solid, stylish wagon thatís also fun to drive? That answer is yes, and the vehicle is the 2012 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen. This special car waits for you at the intersection of fun, value and safety.
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YMCA Healthy Kids Day
Get moving this summer


On April 28, more than 1,900 YMCAs across the country hosted free activities for families in an effort to combat the summer slump that affects many kids after school lets out. While many families view summer as a time for kids to run and swim and play, many kids spend a lot of time just sitting around. And it’s not only their bodies that languish during the summer months—learning setbacks are also a problem when schools close for the season.
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Three Best Beach Reads
Pack the pages that pack a punch


Few things say relaxation like basking on the beach with a book you canít put down. The best beach reads arenít necessarily books that have found great literary acclaim; instead, theyíre those that tell a gripping story in a way thatís easy ó and fun ó to read.
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Tablets for Every Need
The versatile tablet is becoming a powerful piece of business and consumer technology


The tablet is fast becoming a popular device for business, communication and personal entertainment. Tablets vary in terms of features, but they're appealing because they're more portable than a laptop yet more powerful and productive than a smartphone. Here are a few key features of three top tablets on the market.
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Five Pet-Friendly Outings in New England
Enjoy a day trip with your four-legged friend at these nearby destinations


From northern Maine to western Connecticut, New England is full of pet lovers. Pets all over the region enjoy parks, inns and even restaurants that cater to pets and their owners. Take note of some of New England's best spots for pets while planning your next outing with Fido.
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Car Care: Air Conditioning System Check
Keep your passengers cool all summer long.

Photo: Car Care: Air Conditioning System Check
As the school year draws to a close and the temperatures climb, itís time to make sure the air conditioning system in your car, truck or SUV is capable of keeping the cabin comfortable.
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Fun Facts About Independence Day
July 4 history and observance


Every year on July 4, Americans celebrate Independence Day with parades, cookouts, concerts and fireworks displays. This national holiday marks the date in 1776 when the Founding Fathers first declared their independence from England, and the rest, as they say, is history. Here are a few fun facts about Independence Day.
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Swimming Safety
Protecting your kids this summer


The summer months wouldn't be complete without a trip to the swimming pool, lake, river or ocean. But fun can quickly turn to tragedy without the right training and supervision ó especially for kids. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cites drowning as the second leading cause of death for children ages 1 to 14.
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