Picture yourself on a sunlit, sugar-sand beach before a turquoise sea. Now picture yourself on a different beautiful beach every day of the year! This “Wish You Were There” daily calendar transports you to a tropical paradise throughout the year with 314 full-color, sunlit images. Each page also includes ample space to jot memos, appointments and reminders.
- New iPad 3 set for possible launch of March 16
- Kissenday 18X18 Inch The Beach Is My Happy Place Ocean Sea Funny Quote Fun Saying Cotton Polyester Decorative Home Decor Sofa Couch Desk Chair Bedroom Car Birthday Gift Square Throw Pillow Case
- Bronze Plated Charm Sand Castle Charm Shovel Beach Charm Vacation Travel Tropics
- Each of These Useless Things Seem Helpful at First, Until You Realize…D’oh.
- Cool Gear Coconut Chiller, 16 oz, Brown
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- Hospitals Pummeled by Hurricane Michael Scramble to Evacuate Patients
- This Is A Difficult Decision
- Hurricane Michael Has Shut Down Travel on the Florida Panhandle
- Lunarable Parrots Car Seat Hoody, Colorful Parrots Tropic Flowers Warm Weather Gardens Vacation Traveling, Car and Truck Seat Cover Protector with Nonslip Backing Universal Fit, Navy Blue Green Yellow
- Rep. Tom Price calls for IRS’ Sarah Hall Ingram to be suspended
- Reusable Cotton Canvas Zipper bag Deck Timber Jetty Getaway Wilderness Footpath Tropic Plants Rain Tote Laptop Beach Handbags W11xH11xD3 INCH
- Mouse Pad – Beach Palm Tree Palm Tropical Vacation Summer Sea
- Eviction Notice Please Note That You Are
- Hurricane Michael’s Deadly Strike Leaves Florida Panhandle Reeling
- Medium intensity quake hits Gujarat
- Mouse Pad – Blue Cloud Beach Sea Beautiful Amazing Sand
- When You See What Was Inside This Mantis, You’ll Stay Far Away From All Bugs
- Trump Visits Florida After Hurricane Michael
- He probably beat the high score too…
- Were You Ordered to Evacuate From Hurricane Michael? We Want to Hear From You
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- Rescue Teams Scour Ruins as Hurricane Death Toll Rises
- In Areas Hit by Hurricane Michael, Lines for Necessities Grow Longer
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- Bigger Family, Lower Cancer Risk? October 16, 2018Researchers who analyzed data from 178 countries found that people from larger families were less likely to get cancer than those from smaller families.
- CDC Warns of Polio-Like Virus Striking More Kids October 16, 2018The CDC on Tuesday reported 127 cases of a rare but devastating polio-like virus, partially paralyzing hundreds of children in 22 states. It’s the third wave of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) to hit the United States since 2014.
- Feds and Pharma Spar Over Drug Costs in TV Ads October 16, 2018The Trump administration first mentioned requiring drug prices in ads in May, as part of the government's American Patients First plan to lower drug costs. In August, it began officially reviewing a proposed rule.
- Obesity Surgery May Cut Diabetics' Heart Risk October 16, 2018Severely obese patients who had weight-loss surgery were 40 percent less likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke over five years, versus those on standard diabetes care, according to a new study.
- Gluten-Free Craze Good, Bad for Celiac Patients October 16, 2018People with celiac disease are happy to have more food choices away from home, but some sense a growing stigma as other people voluntarily go gluten-free.
- Nerve Root Stimulation May Help Back Pain More October 16, 2018Stimulating a specific set of nerves that are nestled along the spine may deliver relief to those who suffer from chronic back pain and cut the need for opioid painkillers, new research suggests.
- Study: Blows Without Concussion May Not Hurt Brain October 16, 2018A small new study suggests that repeated impacts to the head that were not as severe as concussions did not result in brain damage to young athletes. The researchers say they need to follow the kids longer.
- Facebook Posts May Hint at Depression October 15, 2018Using sophisticated software, researchers scanned social media posts and detected depression months before it was apparent on clinical screening tests, according to a recent study.
- Your Gut May Be to Blame for Your Blood Infection October 15, 2018A Stanford University study of 30 patients with bloodstream infections showed that the infections mostly started in patients' own bodies -- often in the large intestine.
- Despite Opioid Crisis, Most Patients Want the Drugs for Post-Op Pain October 15, 2018The survey, of more than 500 patients scheduled for surgery, found that more than three-quarters expected to get opioids afterward. Most also thought opioids were the most effective treatment for post-surgery pain.