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CONTENTS
Skiers Always Looking for Best Bargain
Vehicle Preview: The 2012 Nissan Maxima
Decoding Color Blindness
Two is One Too Many
Play with Your Food
Get High-Tech While Working Out
The Greatest Snow on Earth?
Car Care: Using Genuine Replacement Parts
Vehicle Profile: The 2012 Nissan Altima Sedan
New England’s New Art (and More)
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Vehicle Preview: The 2012 Nissan Maxima
The Maxima embraces change for 2012.

Photo: The 2012 Nissan Maxima
The 2012 Nissan Maxima illustrates the brand’s commitment to modern innovation. It promises a newly refreshed interior and exterior, as well as a special Limited Edition package meant to elevate the standard-setting sedan even further.
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Vehicle Profile: The 2012 Nissan Altima Sedan
The ideal blend of style, performance and value.

Photo: The 2012 Nissan Altima Sedan
The 2012 Nissan Altima, an enduring icon of the Nissan lineup, is now entering its 20th year of production in the United States. This stylish sedan continues to be an exceptional value that combines strong performance and sporty design. With over 5,000 quality and durability tests performed, the Altima is ready for whatever you throw at it.
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Decoding Color Blindness
Learn the fact and fiction behind this vision deficiency.

Photo: Decoding Color Blindness
Color vision deficiency, often referred to as color blindness, is often a misunderstood condition. This is partially because there are several different causes of color blindness, as well as a variety of ways the condition develops. Is it true that only males are at risk? Are people born with color blindness? Read on to find out what is fact and what is fiction:
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Two is One Too Many
Sequels that thankfully never happened.

Photo: Two is One Too Many
Some of the worst films ever made are, in fact, sequels to some of the best films ever made. While some have gotten it right (Godfather II, anyone?), many more have left people longing for the originals. Luckily, some studio executives had the wherewithal to put the kibosh on these prospective sequels.
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The Greatest Snow on Earth?
A look at some of the world’s coldest places.

Photo: The Greatest Snow on Earth?
Winter is upon us and the thaw is still months off, yet many of us are already dreaming of warmer weather, lighter clothes and daylight hours that last beyond the workday. No matter how cold or blustery your winter has been, just remember it could always be worse. Comfort yourself by having a look at some of the world’s coldest locations, and your own winter experience might end up seeming downright balmy.
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Super Bowl Poll
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New England’s New Art (and More)
Exploring the aesthetic offerings of some of the nation’s finest universities.

Photo: New England’s New Art (and More)
New England is not only home to many of the nation’s oldest institutions of higher education, but also to some of the finest, and many events and experiences at the region’s universities are open to the public. Take a look at some of the happenings this month—you might be surprised how fun going back to school can be.
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Car Care: Using Genuine Replacement Parts
The right part makes all the difference.

Photo: Using Genuine Replacement Parts
It takes hundreds of thousands of man-hours and several years of design, engineering and testing work to bring a new car, truck, SUV or crossover to the market. With so much work going into developing and integrating every component of a new vehicle, and as one of the most expensive pieces of equipment most people own, it really doesn’t make sense to install replacement parts of dubious origin.
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Skiers Always Looking for Best Bargain
New England Skiing on a Budget
by Marty Basch


As a way to save money to fuel his love of skiing, Jared Antista started an online ski networking group. The New England Ski Networking Association is now some 700 members strong since its birth in the fall of 2010. Between 20 and 40 people ages 25 to 35 usually show up for a Saturday outing in the mountains, according to Antista, a 32-year-old Nashua, N.H., skier who works for a start-up sports and fitness company.
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Play with Your Food
Eco-friendly, veggie-based products.

Photo: Play with Your Food
Your mother may have told you not to play with your vegetables, but if she had known you could build an entire car out of them, perhaps she would have reconsidered her stance. Vegetable-based products are certainly not new; however, with green technology stepping up its game, these products are better and more decomposable than ever.
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Get High-Tech While Working Out
CBS News explores the latest exercise gadgets.

Photo: Get High-Tech While Working Out
CBS News recently compiled a list of “10 high-tech fat burners for fitness geeks,” which includes everything from vibrating weights to stationary bikes with entertainment systems. These products make working out fun and challenging, offering a new twist for those tired of the same old routine. Here are some highlights from the list:
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