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8 Accessible Historical Sites to Visit

Across the United States there are countless historical sites to visit. Since the passage of the Americans with Disability Act in 1990, drastic accessibility improvements have been made to sites dedicated to preserving American history. From museums and monuments to military parks and Missions, here are eight fun historical sites to visit:

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10 Date Ideas Perfect for Valentine’s Day

February 14th is already right around the corner, and this is the perfect time to spend with someone you love. Whether you want to stay home or go out, there are so many ways to spend your Valentine’s Day together. Below are some Ideas for dates to have an incredible time!

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Meet the United States Paralympic Curling Team

Every four years the sport of curling gains new attention during the Winter Olympic and Paralympic games. The sport is played on ice with two teams of four people sliding large polished granite stones towards a target. It is almost like a giant game of shuffleboard that can last up to ten rounds, or as they are called in curling “ends”. The United States team is seeking their first Paralympic Curling medal, and will be competing against 11 other countries.

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8 Fun Accessible Activities in Las Vegas

As one of the most visited cities in the United States, Las Vegas offers a variety of different ways to spend your vacation in addition to gambling. There are countless attractions which will keep every vacationer happy. Below is a list of eight fun and accessible activities to try out during your next trip to Las Vegas.

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February is Heart Health Month – Information and Tips for You


Every February, people around the United States come together to raise awareness for the leading cause of death in both men and women. President Lyndon B Johnson officially named February as heart health month in 1963, a time when heart disease was responsible for almost half of the deaths in America. Often times heart problems can be prevented, and throughout the month several organizations, including the American Heart Association, will be sharing ideas to help people make smart and healthy decisions.

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