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April

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When It Comes to Fuel Efficiency ...

When It Comes to Fuel Efficiency ...

Fuel efficiency is an important issue for car buyers, and understandably so. Conserving fuel is good for drivers’ budgets and the planet, so the concept of fuel efficiency would seem to benefit everyone. View More

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April

17

What’s Cooking at Home?

What’s Cooking at Home?

Buyers often find the process of shopping for and buying a new car fun. Test-driving vehicles and playing with all the gadgets that today’s increasingly tech-heavy vehicles have to offer can be akin to kids visiting a candy store and being given carte blanche to fill up their baskets. View More

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April

10

Tied Up in Knotts

by Mary Cosper LeBoeuf

Tied Up in Knotts

What is more beautiful in life than laughter?

Whether out of the mouths of babes, children or a group of seniors sharing a belly rolling laugh, we always grin to ourselves when laughter’s distinct sound is heard. To promote the benefits of a good laugh (15 minutes can burn between 10–40 calories) with a lot of fun, the Terrebonne Parish Library is bringing a night of laughter to our community. View More

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April

10

Should You Be Juicing Up?

by Debbie Melvin, extension agent, LSU AgCenter

Should You Be Juicing Up?

If you are a person in the health loop, then surely you’ve heard of juicing. Simply put, juicing is a way of consuming fruits and vegetables in a concentrated, drinkable form. Many health claims have been made about the practice. Some say it promotes weight loss and makes it easier for the body to absorb nutrients. But, as with most health fads, these claims are merely assumptions with little or no scientific evidence to back them up. Here’s a look inside what is presently known about juicing. View More

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