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8 Financial Decisions You'll Regret ForeverAccording to John Sweeney, executive vice president for retirement and investment strategies at Fidelity Investments, you're likely to reduce or suspend new contributions during the period you're repaying the loan. Keep in mind, too, that you'll be paying the interest on that 401(k) loan with









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Cecil the lion death: Hunter's Minnesota dentist office reopens, without Walter Palmer

MINNEAPOLIS -- A Twin Cities dental office run by a doctor involved in a controversial lion hunt last month is back open for business, without its lead dentist, CBS Minnesota reports.



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Walter Palmer's office, River Bluff Dental in Bloomington, released a statement Monday saying it is "beginning to serve our loyal patients." Dr. Palmer is not on site. The statement says, "We are dental professionals committed to serve our patients and clients. Our office is private property, and we ask the press to stay off of the property and respect the peace of mind of our patients and clients.

"River Bluff Dental is a private business. The employees and patients wish to get back to business as usual to serve our clients and patients, and maintain the jobs of dedicated professionals," the statement reads.

Dr. Palmer was at the center of worldwide controversy and across social media circles after it was discovered he paid two tour guides $55,000 in Zimbabwe to go on a lion hunt. A beloved animal, Cecil the Lion, was fatally hit with a crossbow. Allegations of poaching surfaced as Palmer and his tour guides were accused of luring the lion out of a secured area.

Palmer's dentist office had been closed ever since the incident became public, and animal rights protesters held a rally at the business in the days after. In another form of protest, several stuffed animals were placed in front of the business as well as Palmer's Twin Cities home. There was also damage done to his home in Florida.

Palmer has not been charged with any crimes in connection with the hunt.

Last week, the Animal Legal Defense Fund said it filed a complaint alleging that Palmer brought disrepute to Minnesota's dental profession and should have his license revoked.



As of early Monday afternoon, it's been a quiet day at the dental office with business getting back to normal despite Palmer not being on site. The business did https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=zwq-iplaxWOg.kJM8GdyXNPio hire a private security guard to be at the business for the day as a precaution.

Dr. Palmer's office was open for patients starting at about 9 a.m. At least five patients arrived for appointments, but none wanted to make a comment on Palmer.

But two tourists visiting Minnesota from Texas and Seattle, Wash., had plenty to say when they stopped by the office.

"We're from Texas where people hunt but I sort of feel like http://business.tcchamber.org/list/category/health-wellness-51 it was the guides, their responsibility to protect their country's laws," one woman said.

"If you were my dentist I would find a new dentist just because I wouldn't want to support that," another woman said.

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Blizzard 2015: Top safety tips

Put down the snow shovel. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning mirror flu symptoms: headache, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, chest pain, weakness and dizziness. A Home Diesel 2010 study found that heavy snowfall combined with Disaster Management cold weather and low pressure is associated with an increase in heart attacks. Signs of hypothermia include tingling sensations on nose, ears, toes and fingers, cloudy thinking and slowed heart rate. Centers for Disease Control. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends keeping a week's worth of food and safety supplies including water, canned foods or foods that don't require cooking, non-electric can opener, baby food, prescription medications and a flashlight.

Here's what to do to stay safe in the storm:



1. Be prepared.

. Infants and the elderly are most susceptible to hypothermia and frostbite. Stay warm.

4. Stay close to home, and take frequent breaks inside to warm up. "Assume Generation conditions will be unsafe," said New York Mayor Bill De Blasio. If you must go out in the storm, make sure your car has at least half a tank of gas and is packed with emergency supplies including a first aid kit, jumper cables, a windshield scraper, spare tire, cell phone and charger and blankets and extra warm clothing. Go inside and stay disaster food there if you experience any of these symptoms. With a blizzard warning issued for Home Generators a 250-mile swath of the Northeast, including New York and Boston, tens of millions of people are in the storm's likely path. If you believe you may have been exposed to carbon monoxide get fresh air quickly and seek medical attention.

2015 CBS Interactive Inc. If they insist on playing in the snow, keep children bundled up -- make sure they're dressed in warm layers with a scarf and head covering and warm, waterproof boots. Fuel-burning space heaters, portable generators and outdoor appliances can cause the Survival Food build up of carbon monoxide, a colorless, odorless and dangerous gas. Mind the gas. Shoppers are already scrambling to stock up on groceries for the week. If you must shovel the snow, be aware of the health implications; take breaks, dress warmly and remember to breathe.



5. All Rights Reserved. Don't drive. Each year an average of 430 Americans die from carbon monoxide poisoning, according to the U.S. Some parts of the Northeast are expecting up to three feet of snow.



3. Make sure your home has a carbon monoxide detector and never operate portable gas heaters in enclosed spaces. Ice and snow make driving conditions treacherous. 2. Some doctors recommend avoiding snow shoveling if you are over 55 or have a history of heart problems. Once you're in your car, drive slowly, and if you get stuck, stay inside your car for warmth while you call for help.



The blizzard of 2015 is upon us

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