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Health Benefits of Having Plants

By Danielle RubioWeb Content Contributor While on lock down I decided to start growing plants. It has started to take over my life a little bit. I was wondering if any good would come out of having a lot of plants (well besides their beauty). I was right plants offer many health benefits to you and can help you in ways you never knew. Surprisingly owning plants has a lot […]

todayMay 29, 2020 6

Lifestyle

Health Benefits of Having Plants

By Danielle RubioWeb Content Contributor So while in quarantine, I decided to start growing plants. It has started to take over my life a little bit. I started to wonder if any good would come out of having a lot of plants (well, besides their beauty). It turns out that plants offer many health benefits and can help you in ways you never knew! Surprisingly, owning plants has a lot […]

todayMay 25, 2020 2

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The Power of Daily Habits

By Jourdan Bazley Blog Content Contributor CEOs and Chairmen of companies frequently speak on essential daily habits that allow for greater success. After some research, I gathered some of the most helpful habits that you should work into your daily life and mental routine to help guide you to a more meaningful and successful purpose. Waking up before 6 a.m. has plenty of major benefits. Important things to note about getting […]

todayDecember 29, 2016 9

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State Employees,’ Same-Sex Spouses Now Qualify For Benefits

Taylor Zavala News Director Texas State University has received word from the Employees Retirement System of Texas that employees can now enroll a same-sex spouse and dependent(s) in the Group Benefits Program. Following the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on June 26, 2015 that same-sex couples can now be legally married throughout the nation, today is the first day any state agency and higher education employee can apply for benefits on […]

todayJuly 1, 2015 8

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Texas House Fully Fund Some Healthcare For Retired Educators

by: Eryka Villarreal KTSW News More than 230,000 Texas retired educators may have to face paying higher premiums for health care insurance and in Hays County, a high percentage of retirees with Texas Retirement System-Care Health Insurance could be facing these risks. The Texas Senate is crafting a 2-year budget proposal that will fully fund health care for the thousands of retired educators. According to Executive Director of the Texas Retired […]

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