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Posted by Jacqueline Schrecengost on
Hank Patterson, owner of Deck Towel, and his wife, Gail Granowitz, M.D. and a Board Certified Anesthesiologist, traveled to Haiti last month to help with the efforts of Innovating Health International (IHI). IHI is a non-profit dedicated to treating chronic diseases and addressing women's health issues in developing countries. IHI aims to increase access to treatment and education services for chronic diseases such as cancer, high blood pressure, diabetes and injuries. Working with local partners, current projects include a Women's Cancer Center, a large cancer awareness program, opening a pathology laboratory, and helping to build a national comprehensive cancer...
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Posted by Hank Patterson on
Well, here we are in the height of summer - finally! As such, Gail and I thought it a good time to remind us all of the dangers of over-exposure to the sun. Clearly we love the sun (we own a Shore home, and venture to the Caribbean frequently) but still precautions are a must! We went to Consumer Reports for some hopefully unbiased info and here it is. This is not gospel, but intended to be helpful!! First of all, we were not overly surprised to find out that of over the 60 lotions, sprays and sticks tested, 28...
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Posted by Buck Ellison on
Deck Towel featured on I'm Revolting blog. Just got a note from Deck Towel about their new linen towels (in extra-fine, middle weight, and heavy), and the timing couldn’t be more perfect. K.C. and I have been obsessing over Turkish towels lately — these are just the right size for the beach, for a tablecloth, for wrapping around your shoulders on a suddenly breezy night.