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CONTENTS
Head South for the Winter
Preventing and Treating Minor Burns
Auld Lang Green
The Envelope, Please…
Car Care: Caring for Your Timing Belt or Chain
Holiday Flying Without the Stress
Winter Celebrations Around the World
Vehicle Profile: The 2012 MAZDA5
Tehnology Details: Mazda SKYACTIV
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Vehicle Profile: The 2012 MAZDA5
The unique, contemporary and smart alternative to the minivan.

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Most family vehicles are easily categorized – sedan, minivan, SUV or crossover. Every once in a while, however, a family vehicle comes along that is so innovative and original, it defies assignment into any automotive segment. One such example is the 2012 MAZDA5, a six-passenger vehicle that perfectly blends the space and practicality of a minivan with the style and sporty handling of a hatchback.
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Tehnology Details: Mazda SKYACTIV
“Sustainable zoom-zoom.”

Photo: Mazda SKYACTIV
Mazda engineers want you to love what you drive and now they want you to get more mpgs doing so. Mazda has released its SKYACTIV technology in the new 2012 MAZDA3. As Mazda says, “It’s not the first 40 mpg car; it’s just the first one worth driving.”
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Preventing and Treating Minor Burns
A little common sense and some first aid skills can help keep you safe.

Photo: Preventing and Treating Minor Burns
A first-degree burn is the least serious type of burn, in which only the outer layer of skin is burned, and not all the way through. The skin is usually red, swollen and possibly painful. As long as it doesn’t involve a substantial portion of skin in places like the face or major joints, then a first-degree burn can be treated as a minor burn. Even these “minor” burns, however, should be treated correctly to prevent complications. Whether you live alone or with a large family, it’s important to know how to prevent common household burns, as well as how to treat minor burns.
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The Envelope, Please…
Early Oscar predictions.

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With Oscar nominations right around the corner, theaters are packed with films vying for a coveted nomination. While award season is usually a mix of blockbusters and surprises, here are the 10 films most likely to hear their names called when the nominees are announced on January 24, 2012.
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Head South for the Winter
The season is in full swing in California’s southern region.

Photo: Head South for the Winter
Winter is a festive time of year, and Southern California has plenty of events and activities to keep you happily busy until spring. From L.A. to Long Beach, there’s one seasonal celebration after another.
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Car Care: Caring for Your Timing Belt or Chain
A little time can save you a lot of money.

Photo: Caring for Your Timing Belt or Chain
The timing belt or chain is one of the most important maintenance items on an automotive engine, yet it is frequently the most neglected. Failure to follow the required maintenance schedule for the timing belt or chain can lead to very expensive repairs to other engine components.
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Auld Lang Green
Easy and eco-friendly New Year’s resolutions.

Photo: Auld Lang Green
New Year’s resolutions – the easiest things to make and often the hardest to keep. Instead of promising to lose the same 10 pounds you resolved to lose last year, make the simple promise to be a little more eco-friendly each and every day. Whether it’s remembering to bring your reusable bags to the grocery store or finally investing in one of those reusable water bottles, you’ll have a resolution you can not only keep, but feel good about keeping.
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Holiday Flying Without the Stress
Tips for a trouble-free airport experience.

Photo: Holiday Flying Without the Stress
Whether a last-minute blizzard threatens to cancel your family get-together or that heavy, gift-filled luggage is costing you extra fees, holiday flying can be a nightmare. Fortunately, however, there are things you can do to prepare for, and maybe even avoid, airport chaos this season.
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Winter Celebrations Around the World
Have fun discovering seasonal customs from an array of cultures.

Photo: Winter Celebrations Around the World
Every culture has its own unique set of customs and beliefs that reflect its history and identity. When winter rolls around, many people around the world celebrate the season in one way or another. Learning about these customs provides interesting insights into the lifestyles of global neighbors, and you’ll even discover some fun facts that are great for breaking the ice at holiday parties, too.
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