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attractive as the 2013 Dodge Charger. Dressed in an optional sport appearance package, the Charger is all about cool. It’s been around since the 60s, and the Charger just never seems to go out of style.

With its gloss black honeycomb grille in front and spoiler in back, our test Charger SXT attracted plenty of attention during the test week. We also noticed something curious: When we pulled behind slower moving cars on the Interstate, many of them tended to move to the right lane so we could go by. Maybe it was because our Bright White Charger with the black grille caused some drivers to think a police car was behind them, or maybe it was just coincidence. One thing’s for sure, if a white Charger causes slow left lane drivers to move over on the Interstate, I’d pay more to buy it.

One of the big news items on this model year’s Charger is a new 8 speed automatic transmission it’s the first domestic sport sedan to have one that helps the rear wheel drive Charger get up to 31 miles per gallon on the highway. AWD models get up to 27 mpg on the road. Our test Charger was equipped with AWD, which seamlessly transitions between RWD and AWD as needed.

Inside the cabin, the Charger is roomy and functional. The sport cloth seats in our test vehicle looked durable and were comfortable. The driver’s power seat adjusted eight ways and had lumbar support.

Dodge has also improved its Uconnect system with Garmin navigation and enhanced 3 D maps and route guidance graphics. Controls and gauges were intuitive and simple.

The new 8 speed transmission is phenomenal, but we weren’t a big fan of the new electronic shifter. Like some other models, the top of the shifter lights up with “P, R, N and D.” The problem is, your hand is on top of the shifter and you can’t see the letters. Intuitively, bumping the shifter back two spaces moves the transmission from reverse into drive, but with this version you also have to push the thumb button to shift. Admittedly, this isn’t likely a problem once you get used to the shifting pattern.

The mid range Charger SXT has some pretty nice features, including a smart key, remote start, a leather wrapped tilt and telescoping wheel with controls, Sirius XM Satellite Radio with a year’s subscription, and an 8.4 inch touch screen for vehicle and audio functions. For just $1,195 more you can outfit the Charger with a navigation and backup camera group.

While the car is cool, so is the sound system. Dodge has partnered with Beats By Dr. Dre to bring studio quality sound into the car by working with Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine to design and build the available 10 speaker audio system.
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The herpes simplex virus, or herpes, is categorized into 2 types: herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV 1) and herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV 2).

HSV 1 is mainly transmitted by oral to oral contact to cause oral herpes (which can include symptoms known as “cold sores”), but can also cause genital herpes.

Infection with the herpes simplex virus, commonly known as herpes, can be due to either herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV 1) or herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV 2). HSV 1 is mainly transmitted by oral to oral contact to cause infection in or around the mouth (oral herpes). HSV 2 is almost exclusively sexually transmitted, causing infection in the genital or anal area (genital herpes). However, HSV 1 can also be transmitted to the genital area through oral genital contact to cause genital herpes.

Both oral herpes infections and genital herpes infections are mostly asymptomatic but can cause mild symptoms or painful blisters or ulcers at the site of infection.

Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV 1)

Herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV 2)

Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV 1)

HSV 1 is a highly contagious infection, which is common and endemic throughout the world. Most HSV 1 infections are acquired during childhood, and infection is lifelong. The vast majority of HSV 1 infections are oral herpes (infections in or around the mouth, sometimes called orolabial, oral labial or oral facial herpes), but a proportion of HSV 1 infections are genital herpes (infections in the genital or anal area).

In 2012, an estimated 3.7 billion people under the age of 50, or 67% of the population, had HSV 1 infection. Estimated prevalence of the infection was highest in Africa (87%) and lowest in the Americas (40 50%).

With respect to genital HSV 1 infection, 140 million people aged 15 49 years were estimated to have genital HSV 1 infection worldwide in 2012, but prevalence varied substantially by region. Most genital HSV 1 infections are estimated to occur in the Americas, Europe and Western Pacific, where HSV 1 continues to be acquired well into adulthood. In other regions, for example in Africa, most HSV 1 infections are acquired in childhood, before the age of sexual debut.

Oral herpes infection is mostly asymptomatic, and the majority of people with HSV 1 infection are unaware they are infected. Symptoms of oral herpes include painful blisters or open sores called ulcers in or around the mouth. Sores on the lips are commonly referred to as “cold sores.” Infected persons will often experience a tingling, itching or burning sensation around their mouth, before the appearance of sores. After initial infection, the blisters or ulcers can periodically recur. The frequency of recurrences varies from person to person.

Genital herpes caused by HSV 1 can be asymptomatic or can have mild symptoms that go unrecognized. When symptoms do occur, genital herpes is characterised by 1 or more genital or anal blisters or ulcers. After an initial genital herpes episode, which may be severe, symptoms may recur, but genital herpes caused by HSV 1 often does not recur frequently.

HSV 1 is mainly transmitted by oral to oral contact to cause oral herpes infection, via contact with the HSV 1 virus in sores, saliva, and surfaces in or around the mouth. However, HSV 1 can also be transmitted to the genital area through oral genital contact to cause genital herpes.

HSV 1 can be transmitted from oral or skin surfaces that appear normal and when there are no symptoms present. However, the greatest risk of transmission is when there are active sores.

Individuals who already have HSV 1 oral herpes infection are unlikely to be subsequently infected with HSV 1 in the genital area.

In rare circumstances, HSV 1 infection can be transmitted from a mother with genital HSV 1 infection to her infant during delivery.

In immunocompromised people, such as those with advanced HIV infection, HSV 1 can have more severe symptoms and more frequent recurrences. Rarely, HSV 1 infection can also lead to more severe complications such as encephalitis or keratitis (eye infection).

HSV 1 is most contagious during an outbreak of symptomatic oral herpes, but can also be transmitted when no symptoms are felt or visible. People with active symptoms of oral herpes should avoid oral contact with others and sharing objects that have contact with saliva. They should also abstain from oral sex, to avoid transmitting herpes to the genitals of a sexual partner. Individuals with symptoms of genital herpes should abstain from sexual activity whilst experiencing any of the symptoms.

People who already have HSV 1 infection are not at risk of getting it again, but they are still at risk of acquiring herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV 2) genital infection (see below).
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late on Saturday night and continue to cause flooding and strong wind gusts throughout Sunday.

The news of problems facing the eastern region of New York comes as The Weather Channel revealed a report detailing the problems coastal flooding will provide for areas of New York City through to 2050 in terms of coastal flooding; New York City remains at great risk of coastal flooding because of the problems caused by Superstorm Sandy in reducing the natural defences of “The Big Apple”.

The Washington Post reports New England will bear the brunt of the extreme weather caused by a cold front descending from the north combining with the remnants of potential tropical storm Philippe to create a powerful “weather bomb” duping between four and six inches of rain on the Northeast.

Rainstorms will be joined by the powerful winds associated with a tropical storm reaching an estimated 50 to 60 mph across much of the affected area of the Northeast; portions of Eastern New York, Maine, New Jersey,
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and New England will all be affected by heavy rainfall and strong winds which have the potential to cause damage across the areas identified by the National Weather Service as being in the path of this potential storm. due to the potential for coastal flooding have resulted in many meteorologists believing coastal flooding will only add to the problems already facing the nation following a hurricane season was seen as one of the worst in living memory.

Coastal residents in areas of Long Island through to Eastern Maine have been warned to expect flood waters rising between one to three feet above dry land over the course of Sunday.

All regions of the Northeast will see at least one heavy downpour of rain with the New England area identified as the most likely area for major damage and flooding to take place.

late on Saturday night and continue to cause flooding and strong wind gusts throughout Sunday.

The news of problems facing the eastern region of New York comes as The Weather Channel revealed a report detailing the problems coastal flooding will provide for areas of New York City through to 2050 in terms of coastal flooding; New York City remains at great risk of coastal flooding because of the problems caused by Superstorm Sandy in reducing the natural defences of “The Big Apple”.

The Washington Post reports New England will bear the brunt of the extreme weather caused by a cold front descending from the north combining with the remnants of potential tropical storm Philippe to create a powerful “weather bomb” duping between four and six inches of rain on the Northeast.

Rainstorms will be joined by the powerful winds associated with a tropical storm reaching an estimated 50 to 60 mph across much of the affected area of the Northeast; portions of Eastern New York, Maine, New Jersey,
amazon beats headphones New England Prepares For Meteorological 'Bomb'
and New England will all be affected by heavy rainfall and strong winds which have the potential to cause damage across the areas identified by the National Weather Service as being in the path of this potential storm. due to the potential for coastal flooding have resulted in many meteorologists believing coastal flooding will only add to the problems already facing the nation following a hurricane season was seen as one of the worst in living memory.

Coastal residents in areas of Long Island through to Eastern Maine have been warned to expect flood waters rising between one to three feet above dry land over the course of Sunday.

All regions of the Northeast will see at least one heavy downpour of rain with the New England area identified as the most likely area for major damage and flooding to take place.