10 Ways to Lose 10 Pounds Fast

Losing just 10 pounds can lower your blood pressure, get your blood sugar back on track and make you feel better. As we get older, it gets harder to lose the weight but with a little will power, it can be done in less than a month. Cut out the bad carbs. This includes breads, pastas, potatoes, pastries, crackers, chips…

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Ask The Lawyer By: Daniel A. Gwinn, Esq.

WORKER WANTS CLOSED CAPTIONING ON TRAINING VIDEOS, DOES EMPLOYER HAVE TO PROVIDE IT? QUESTION:    I’m a professional worker with a slight disability – I am hard of hearing. Most of the time, as I interact with people one-on-one, it is not an issue, but I have a lot of trouble with anything recorded – audio or video. My employer recently…

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Dear Christine, Patient in Petoskey

Dear Christine,  She did it again! I emailed you a couple years back about my cheating wife.  It wasn’t easy but I forgave her. That was two years ago. I appreciated your advice to decide to follow my heart and do what I needed to at the time.  I just found out she recently cheated again and now has confessed to…

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Benjamin Moore – Ferndale

Benjamin Moore is only available at independently owned paint and hardware stores. It is an unparalleled retail experience whether you need interior or exterior, premium or commercial-grade paint or stain. Benjamin Moore paint stores are ready to serve you. When it comes to premium paints and stains for your home, we have set the standard for excellence. We manufacture our…

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Dear Christine, Calm in Clawson

Dear Christine,  I’ve had anxieties and phobias all my life, I don’t like to drive a car, but I still do, like an old lady,  I absolutely hate being a passenger, feeling sure the driver will have an accident. I get horrible anxiety waiting in line to buy groceries. I haven’t been able to fly without serious sedation and don’t…

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Ask The Lawyer By: Daniel A. Gwinn, Esq.

CALLED TO TESTIFY AT A DEPOSITION? HERE ARE SOME SIMPLE RULES QUESTION:  A former co-worker sued our company for discrimination. Recently, I received a subpoena to testify in the mail. I have to go to a lawyer’s office in three weeks. I have no idea what this means, or what I’m supposed to do. Are there any guidelines to help…

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Dear Christine, Wondering in White Lake

Dear Christine I know this is probably more of a stereotype (partly propagated by “Sex & The City”), but many straight women seem to like having a gay male friend around to talk about clothes and TV drama. If a straight guy were to have a lesbian as a friend, what would likely be their common ground? Wondering in White…

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Ask The Lawyer, Speak Up, Before It’s Too Late!

WORKER FAILED TO FILE CHARGE WITH EEOC? EMPLOYER BETTER SPEAK UP, BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE! QUESTION:  My employer discriminated against me because of my sex – he treated me and other women differently than men – and I filed a lawsuit against him. It’s been going on for almost a year. Last week, my former employer argued that my case…

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Ask The Lawyer By: Daniel A. Gwinn, Esq.

WEEKDAYS ONLY? WORKER’S DISCHARGE COULD BE A CASE OF RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION QUESTION:  For the last three years I worked at an assisted living facility. I loved helping older people retain dignity in their final years. When I interviewed for this job, I told management that I cannot work from sundown Friday evening to sundown Saturday, as it is against my…

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Dear Christine, Wondering in White Lake

Dear Christine I know this is probably more of a stereotype (partly propagated by “Sex & The City”), but many straight women seem to like having a gay male friend around to talk about clothes and TV drama. If a straight guy were to have a lesbian as a friend, what would likely be their common ground? Wondering in White…

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Ask The Lawyer, IT’S ALL IN THE DETAILS!

IT’S ALL IN THE DETAILS – AND EEOC WANTS MORE DETAILS ABOUT WORKERS’ PAY BY SEPTEMBER 30 QUESTION:  I heard a couple of years ago that there would be new requirements on what employers have to report to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission about the race, sex and ethnicity of workers, but I haven’t heard anything recently. Is my company…

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Organic Food on a Budget, MI Homes by Heidi

Organic food usually tastes better, and is better for you, but it can also be very expensive compared to non-organic products. Organic food can cost nearly 50 percent more, thanks to the extra labor required to produce it and consumers’ demand exceeding supply. So how do you get tasty organic food without spending a ton of extra money? Follow these…

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