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What Is a Revocable Living Trust?

A revocable living trust is a document that an individual or a couple creates that designates the management and beneficiaries of assets. The document is similar to a will in that it is revocable, meaning that the parties creating it can modify or nullify it at any time. The parties creating the trust must give detailed instructions for the overseeing and distribution of all assets, including cash, property, insurance benefits, valuables, investments and other accounts.

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Lice Prevention in Schools

The common cold is the only communicable health problem that beats out lice at the school age, according to MayoClinic.com. The small insects lay eggs, called nits, on the hair shaft to continue the population in the hair. The insects travel from one head to the next through direct contact with another person’s hair or things that have touched the hair, such as brushes, scarves and hair clips. School prevention methods keep lice infestations to a minimum.