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March 2017

3
Mar

New Haven St. Patrick’s Day Parade

New Haven just got even cooler. Did you know its annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade is the 6th oldest parade in the United States? It’s been a part of the city’s history since 1842. According to the parade’s website, it’s the largest, single-day spectator event in the State of Connecticut. If you haven’t been yet, 2017 is the year to go as it will be

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30
Mar

Injury Prevention for Workplace Eye Wellness Month

Jobs and occupations should never threaten eye health. Every day in the United States, over 2,000 workers suffer an eye injury, while nearly 1 million have lost some of their sight due to an eye issue. These injuries have resulted in more than $300 million in lost time, medical expenses, and workers’ compensation! With that said, isn’t it time for

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9
Mar

Males vs. Females: Which Are Better Drivers?

Insurance telematics data provides an answer to the age-old question. As an age-old subject or argument, and a much-visited topic for hack comedians – who is better at driving, men or women? Fortunately (and thankfully), insurance telematics data helps us to answer that question. On average, men spend more time driving than women. Even more so, men spend a higher

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23
Mar

The New Parent’s Guide to Life Insurance

With your newborn baby in arms, it’s important to think about life insurance. Few personal milestones compel somebody to buy life insurance coverage like becoming a parent. Growing a family means that your priorities change, and your life becomes significantly more valuable – to everyone around you. While it might be the furthest thing from your mind, life insurance is

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16
Mar

Top Ways to Prevent Mold from Growing in Your Home

Mold infestations can hinder your home. Here’s how to get rid of them. Mold and mildew are fungi that happily grow anywhere there is moisture. This can be a headache for homeowners that work hard to protect their house. Mold and mildew (the beginning of mold) are not only unsightly, but they are bad for our health, contributing to allergies

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