• Since the tornado hit Oklahoma last week, the nation has rallied to help those affected. And Pet Care Systems, maker of all-natural Swheat Scoop cat litter, was quick to remember even the smallest, fluffiest victims – homeless felines. Stepping up to the cause, the company has shipped 4,000 pounds of their new...
     
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    Each spring during "kitten season," thousands of newborn kittens join the millions of cats already in shelters across the country. That means your local shelter has tons of cute, cuddly newborns, in addition to all the mellow, older cats and everything in between. And the shelter staff is ready to help you...
     
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    June is migraine awareness month. It is a great opportunity to remember that this neurological disorder is complex and to distinguish chronic migraine from episodic migraine. Chronic migraine is characterized by 15 headache days or more per month, affects 1.4 to 2.2 percent of the population, or nearly 370,000...
     
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    Ask any parent, and most will tell you one of the biggest challenges is turning their picky eaters into healthy eaters. That's the mission of Sprout Foods, which offers chef-inspired, wholesome, and certified-organic foods for children: and it's the aim of the company's newly designed, interactive Web site...
     
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    At today's American Heart Association 2013 Wall Street Run & Heart Walk in New York City, bountiful flavors and wholesome Chilean nutrition will meet walkers' steps and runners' highs. The event is one of seven Heart Walk events that Foods from Chile will sponsor this year to help the...
     
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    "Happiness" on the Decline for Several American Population Subsets - Minorities, Recent Grads and Disabled
    Has the pursuit of happiness left Americans unhappy? Maybe, according to the Harris Poll® Happiness index, which uses a series of questions to calculate Americans' overall happiness. According to findings of a Harris Poll survey of 2,345 U.S. adults surveyed online between April 10 and...
     
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    A frosty beverage plucked from an icy cooler is as much a symbol of summer as sunblock and sandals. While we have all heard that too many alcoholic beverages can wreak havoc on the waistline—commonly referred to as a beer belly—a similar phenomenon known as sugar belly could be hiding under the lids of...
     
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    Cycling is a good form of exercise, so it's no wonder that more than 80 million bicycle riders in the United States have taken up bicycling for fun, and as a mode of transportation. However, with more than 1.4 million injuries reported in 2012, according to statistics from the Consumer Product Safety...
     
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    Summer is here and it's time to start heading outdoors. In some states, you can enjoy the outdoors year-round. It is OK to spend some time in the sun, but do not think for one minute that people with darker skin—including many in the African American community—have nothing to worry about when it comes...
     
  • Although there are genetic dispositions for Alzheimer's Disease, the late onset of Alzheimer's and by far the most common, is still a mystery. It's also expected to double by 2050. Today however, renowned New York science investor, Jeffrey Epstein—whose foundation has provided funds to...