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Knowing the New Passport Rules
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If youre planning overseas travel, or even a trip across America's northern or southern borders, you need to know about some important changes to the way you travel. We have the details. Then ever notice who the bad guys are in movies and TV? Usually its Greedy Corporate America So you may be surprised by the way smart businesses are giving back in big ways. Plus- if youre nearby and a persons heart stops, do you know what to do? Dont answer too quickly, because the answer to that is changing.
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The New Passport Rules
Rules related to obtaining and using a US passport has changed significantly in the past couple of years. Brittany Williams, Assistant Regional Director of the Chicago Passport Agency, part of the Bureau of Consular Affairs at the US Department of State explains that a passport is now required for all air travel, even to Canada and Mexico. She also discusses the new limited-use passport card, the transition to electronic passports, and talks about possible future changes to the passport system.
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Businesses Are Giving Back
Peter Economy is co-author of Giving Back: Connecting You, Business and Community Mr. Economy talks about the ways large and small companies can help their local communities, by working with charities and non-profit organizations. He suggests ways that employees and executives could influence their companies to get involved, and how these activities can have a secondary benefit of enhancing a companys brand and bottom line.
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Making CPR Simpler
Dr. Michael Sayre is the lead author of new American Heart Association guidelines intended to make CPR simpler and more effective. The guidelines have eliminated mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, with a new emphasis on chest compressions only. Dr. Sayre says even people without CPR training can save a life if they act immediately in an emergency.
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