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The Cowboy Way Highlighted In New TV Series

The Cowboy Way Highlighted In New TV Series (NewsUSA) - Much of cowboy culture focuses on the more glamorous aspects of riding across the range into the sunset. While the lives of real cowboys in America today retain some of those romantic elements, there's plenty of daily drama and struggle, as well as friendship and fun.A new series on family-entertainment television network INSP...

Fast Facts About Excessive Sweating at School

Fast Facts About Excessive Sweating at School (NewsUSA) - It's back-to-school and sweat's happening.But while it's "normal" to sweat with heat, exertion or anxiety, 4.8 percent of people -- students included -- experience sweating so excessive it's a serious medical condition called hyperhidrosis.To help these youngsters as they return to school, the International Hyperhidrosis...

Good Credit? Bad Debt Management?

Good Credit? Bad Debt Management? (NewsUSA) - It's a widely-held misconception that those with good credit have a better grasp of managing their finances. In a recent consumer survey from Marcus by Goldman Sachs®*, 34 percent of consumers with good credit (FICO 660 and above) are in credit card debt and 41 percent view credit card debt as an area they wished they had more...

Black is the New Black for Stylish Lighting

Black is the New Black for Stylish Lighting (NewsUSA) - Black is the new black when it comes to lighting.According to the American Lighting Association (ALA), many of the latest and most versatile light fixtures are trending towards black finishes, often mixed with other colors and metals. The right light enhances any home, and light fixtures that are black can add a new element of...

This is How Serious the Opioid Crisis Has Become

This is How Serious the Opioid Crisis Has Become (NewsUSA) - Lest there be any doubt that we're in the midst of an opioid abuse crisis, September has been declared "Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month."Emphasis on "drug-free."Lost in the headlines over the sheer number of deaths from overdoses of the drugs -- more than 90 Americans each day -- is how all too many...