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October 2011
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2012 Models!
Not Buying It
Get “Reel” About Getting Green
First-Class Travel Gadgets
Staged to Sell
Fight Back Against Sinus Infections
A Trifecta of Fall Perfection
Car Care: Cooling System Maintenance
Vehicle Profile: The 2012 Honda Crosstour
Vehicle Profile: The 2012 Honda Fit
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Vehicle Profile: The 2012 Honda Crosstour
New features for 2012 add value to an already loaded car.

Photo: The 2012 Honda Crosstour
Honda has always been known for its pioneering engineering. The company has gone its own way since its inception, and that philosophy has been fantastically successful. Often, Honda has brought the right idea to market at the right time, and underpinned it all with jewel-like engineering. When contemplating a new type of vehicle based off the Accord sedan and offering more utility, Honda could have taken the easy way out and just created a wagon or a smaller crossover to fit beneath the Pilot. Instead, Honda created the Crosstour®.
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Vehicle Profile: The 2012 Honda Fit
Interior and technology upgrades bring the 2012 Fit up another notch.

Photo: The 2012 Honda Fit
The 2012 Honda Fit is aptly named. Within this compact five-door's modest footprint, you can pack an astounding amount of accouterment into one of the most flexible interior spaces ever designed.
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Fight Back Against Sinus Infections
There are many ways to help prevent and treat sinusitis.

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Sinus infections, also known as sinusitis, are a widespread problem that can interfere with day-to-day life. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) defines sinusitis as inflammation of the sinuses that occurs with a viral, bacterial or fungal infection. Sinusitis can be caused by a common cold, allergies or a problem with nasal structure. For many people, the symptoms of congestion, coughing and headaches are often unbearable. Fortunately, however, there are simple steps you can take to help alleviate a sinus infection or even avoid one altogether.
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Not Buying It
Unusual celebrity endorsements.

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Celebrity endorsements are one of the most effective and memorable advertising tactics. Whether they bring a forgotten celebrity back into the spotlight or showcase one of our current favorites, there is no denying that when celebs talk, we listen. While a coveted beauty endorsement is the norm in Hollywood, some of these endorsements, to quote the famous Ray Charles Pepsi campaign, “Make you go uh-huh.”
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A Trifecta of Fall Perfection
New York City, New Jersey and Pennsylvania are all ready for the autumn season.

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From city parks to pumpkin patches, the region is packed with exciting autumn attractions and outings. Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway or a daytrip with the whole family, the area offers sights and sounds not to be missed.
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Car Care: Cooling System Maintenance
Make sure your cooling system is in tip-top shape.

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For most drivers, a new car is their second biggest financial investment after a house, and they need it to run reliably for many years. The cooling system is one of the most important, yet often neglected regular maintenance items in any vehicle.
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Get “Reel” About Getting Green
Reel mowers: Saving the earth while saving you money.

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For many people, mowing the lawn is a total chore. To make things worse, filling your mower’s gas tank all summer can now cost more than the mower itself. How can you keep your grass, your costs and your fuel emissions low? It’s time to go back in time, all the way back to 1870. That’s when a man named Elwood McGuire of Richmond, Indiana starting selling the first commercially viable human-powered reel mower. Thanks to their low cost, zero carbon emissions and plain old vintage charm, the old-school mowers are becoming new again.
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First-Class Travel Gadgets
These technological toys make jet setting a breeze.

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While traveling can be an exciting and eye-opening adventure, it can also be unpleasant. Jetlag, language barriers and other obstacles can threaten to spoil your big vacation or distract from a business trip. Fortunately, however, there are plenty of both simple and high-tech gadgets to help you navigate the world.
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Staged to Sell
Decorate your home in a way that attracts more buyers.

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Putting your house on the market can be a stressful endeavor. Fortunately, however, there are things you can do to make your home appeal to buyers and sell quickly. By strategically staging each room and the outdoor areas, your property will stand out as a great investment for someone looking to buy.
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