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    Kit Identifies the Over-Looked Culprit Behind the Ill-Health
    Millions of Americans are burdened with illnesses, which for many are caused by food intolerance. In fact, The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, US Department of Health & Human Services has reported that "food intolerances affect nearly everyone at some point.” Additional research...
     
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    New Flavor Combines Traditional and Unique Cheeses for a Classic Addition to Stone-Fired Frozen Pizza Family
    Kashi, the premier natural food and lifestyle company, today introduced its new Kashi Four Cheese Pizza, a tasty and naturally nutritious addition to its family of frozen pizzas.  The latest pizza offering features a distinct and complementary blend of Provolone, Mozzarella, White Cheddar and Fontina...
     
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    National Survey Shows Pharmacists are an Underutilized Vitamin Resource, Even With Immense OTC Knowledge
    A new nationwide survey finds that on average, pharmacists are significantly less likely to face questions from customers about vitamins and supplements as they are about other over-the-counter (OTC) products and prescription medications.  The study also reveals pharmacists' top OTC secrets for a variety of...
     
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    New campaign seeks to educate parents on colic vs. reflux and lactose intolerance
    Crosscare Inc, the makers of Colief Infant Drops, have today announced a partnership with nationally recognized, board-certified pediatrician Dr. Bob Sears in a campaign aiming to educate parents and pediatricians about an emerging theory in the diagnosis and treatment of colic. Affecting up to 40 percent of all...
     
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    CLIF Kid Zbar’s New Iced Oatmeal Cookie Satisfies Cookie Craving with Nutrition Kids Need
    CLIF Kid, maker of organic snacks for active kids, today announced nationwide availability of the new Zbar flavor, Iced Oatmeal Cookie. Spicing up kids’ lunchboxes for the New Year, the latest Zbar flavor captures the home-baked taste of classic oatmeal cookies in a nutritious energy snack bar made with eight...
     
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    Every mom is an Action Hero. Bestowed with the super powers to hug away hurt, find lost socks and solve complex algebra problems, she is an unstoppable force of energy, empathy and inspiration. To celebrate the Action Heroes in everyone’s life, Hyland’s Inc. has launched a free, interactive e-card...
     
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    Election Year Politics and Reauthorization of the Older Americans Act Will Play Key Role in the Lives of Older Adults this Year
    With Congress back in session and the presidential election year in full swing, the National Council on Aging (NCOA) encourages older adults and their caregivers to advocate for key issues that could greatly affect their lives, and their livelihoods.  While Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security are top...
     
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    Inspiring Online Campaign Features Tips, Recipes and Ideas for Feeling Better This Year
    Lifeway Foods, Inc., is kicking off 2012 with a new campaign that challenges folks to resolve to feel better this year. The inspirational initiative, titled "12 Days to a Better 2012", launches today, and features 12 days of online posts, original recipes, and guest bloggers all focused on getting people to...
     
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    With over six million children in the US now facing peanut and other food allergies, food allergy education in schools is a must.
    Happy National Peanut Butter Day! Before you run out with your PB&J, peanut butter smoothie, and Nutter Butter cookies to celebrate, consider the following food for thought: It takes over 540 peanuts to make a 12 ounce jar of America's most loved sandwich spread. But, according to The Journal of Allergy and...
     
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    Approximately 20 percent of all stroke survivors will develop cognitive problems later in life, including vascular dementia. Experts with the Methodist Neurological Institute in Houston say recent research showing a possible link between vascular lesions and Alzheimer’s disease is yet another reason to be more...