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To Celebrate July 4th — 5 Ways America Hasn’t Changed in 237 Years

This year's Fourth of July marks the 237th birthday of the United States of America. Between then and now, the country and the world...

Eskenazi Health encourages the public to take special precautions this Fourth of July

On average 200 people nationally are treated for burns related to firework injuries in the months surrounding Independence Day, according to the Consumer Product...

4 things to do on the Fourth of July

Take off your aprons; turn off your smokers and save the spatulas for another holiday because the Fourth of July is one to celebrate...
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