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Security & Preparedness April 16, 2019

Wildland Woes: Help Your Fire Community Better Cope with Stress

Julia S., Editor

The wildland fire community – firefighters, emergency medical service (EMS) and law enforcement personnel – encounters challenging obstacles in their line of duty, so much so that they may experience traumatic stress. Ensure your wildland fire com...

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Health & Wellness, Home Life April 11, 2019

New Moms Need Good Nutrition when Breastfeeding

Heather M., Editor

Your nutrition when breastfeeding is vitally important for both you and your infant. To make plenty of quality milk for your precious little one, you need to make sure you have a healthy diet. Also, always follow your doctor’s advice. Get the Bes...

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QuickSeries Publishing, Security & Preparedness, Work Life & Safety April 9, 2019

Don’t Fear Digital: Why a Digital-First Strategy Is Key to Your Organization’s Success

Julia S., Editor

In today’s media landscape, there’s no denying that digital is dominant. Employing a digital-first strategy can help your organization better reach and impact its members. Since content is consumed much differently now than it used to be, how your...

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QuickSeries Publishing, Security & Preparedness, Work Life & Safety April 4, 2019

To Connect with Millennials, Organizations Must Go Digital (And Here's How)

Krystina C., Editor

Millennials, born between 1981 and 1996, are the first generation to grow up with cell phones, computers and Internet access. From reading the news online to calling friends and family, digital technology dramatically changed everyday life - both ...

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QuickSeries Publishing, Security & Preparedness, Work Life & Safety April 2, 2019

Crafting a Member-First Strategy: Stimulate Engagement With These Top Content Tips

Amanda S., Editor

Acquiring members is a top priority for any organization. After all, they are the lifeblood of any association, club or group. Yet, amount doesn’t necessarily equal value. New member acquisition has traditionally served as a cornerstone for a succ...

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Security & Preparedness March 26, 2019

How to Stay Safe During a Tornado (No Matter Where You Are)

Krystina C., Editor

You can be anywhere when a tornado strikes - at home, at work or in your car. The key to surviving a tornado is by knowing the best places to shelter both indoors and outdoors. Learn how to protect yourself and your loved ones with the following s...

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Health & Wellness March 21, 2019

Healthy Sleep Habits: Useful Tips on Catching Some Zs

Maggie K., Senior Editor

From the rest-deprived parent to the overworked shift person, most people crave a good night’s sleep. In fact, most healthy adults need between seven to nine hours of sleep per night to function at their best – but few are actually able to achieve...

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Security & Preparedness March 19, 2019

Flood Recovery 101: What You Need to Know

Amanda S., Editor

Flooding in your neighborhood is a traumatic experience. It could mean costly damage to your home and a big disruption to your life. Depending on the severity of the flooding, it could also mean a long recovery period. Once the immediate danger ha...

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Health & Wellness, Military Life March 14, 2019

Sexual Assault Against Men: Myth vs. Fact

Krystina C., Editor

Some people believe that sexual assault happens only to women. However, at least one in six men have been sexually abused or assaulted, whether in childhood or as adults. Debunking the Myths Myth: Men can't be sexually assaulted. Fact: Anyone c...

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Security & Preparedness, Work Life & Safety March 12, 2019

Pups to Protectors: Honoring Military Working Dogs this March

Erika S., Editor in Chief

Military working dogs are often the first line of defense when it comes to securing areas and detecting dangerous items, like weapons and illegal drugs. They are used on patrol, as sentries and trackers, and for special missions for the military a...

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