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    "Fantastic Organic” campaign launches to provide tools and tips to inspire families
    Today, PBS KIDS announced a new partnership with Whole Foods Market, the world’s leading natural and organic grocer, that will provide fun, easy-to-use tools and educational resources to help families make educated decisions about organic foods and encourage healthy lifestyles. The “...
     
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    Winner to claim a spot in the World Porridge Making Championship
    Sweet or savory? That is the question facing the judging panel for the Bob’s Red Mill Spar for the Spurtle 2: The Ultimate Oatmeal Throwdown.

 Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods, the leading provider of whole grain foods, today announced the three finalists who will be competing against each other on August 10...
     
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    Several US states and cities have seen record breaking temperatures this summer. Doctors at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center want to give tips to parents and guardians on how they can keep their kids safe during the hot weather. Dr. Eric Kirkendall, Hospital Medicine, Cincinnati Children's,...
     
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    Nature's One, the leader in organic medical nutrition continues to pursue its mission to make organic better.  Today the company confirms its organic-compliant filtration technology reduces speciated arsenic found in organic brown rice syrup to undetectable levels.  "Nature's One was founded on...
     
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    New international research commissioned by the world's leading swimwear brand, Speedo, has revealed that swimmers agree that swimming helps to release stress and tension, makes them more confident about the way they look and leaves them feeling mentally refreshed. The fieldwork conducted by leading research...
     
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    Primary Care Physicians Facing Financial Difficulties
    26 percent of primary care physicians report poor financial health in the most recent QuantiaMD Physician Wellbeing Index. This financial instability, coupled with mounting professional challenges, and a dearth of incentives, are major factors driving new physicians away from primary care and into more...
     
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    Survey identifies differences between women and men’s attitudes about retirement
    While facing the prospect of living more years in retirement, women nearing retirement underestimate how much they will need to pay for their future health care costs even more so than men nearing retirement, according to a Nationwide Financial survey released today. “The fact is women live longer than...
     
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    When students arrive at school this fall, their cafeteria will look a lot different. School meals must meet new federal nutrition standards requiring more whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables and less sodium and calories, as detailed in an article in the July issue of Food Nutrition & Science. "With the...
     
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    A young black Lab named Pete sleeps at the feet of Dr. Dana Hardin, medical director and pediatric endocrinologist, at Eli Lilly and Company campus in Indianapolis. Though he looks at home, Pete is not Hardin's pet. He's an assistance dog in training, one of several at Lilly being socialized in real-life...
     
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    The March of Dimes is spreading its message that "Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait," by tapping into a trend by parents to create a digital keepsake of their pregnancy to share with loved ones. The March of Dimes created a new television public awareness campaign, using footage from a London couple who...