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firstname.lastname@example.orgMaking food can be as ordinary as peeling potatoes or as extrordinary as creating a delicious sauce for the perfect french fry. Being a father is a bit like that. Sometimes being a parent is a delight, and sometimes it’s a chore. But, like...
Tags: Recipes, Vegetarian Diet, Religion and Belief, Steaks, Values
Greater HartfordWeight Watchers Recognizes Leader of the Year Weight Watchers is pleased to announce that Abby Bridges of Avon has been awarded the Jean Nidetch Service Vision Leader of the Year Award. This recognition, named for the founder of Weight Watchers, is...
Dear graduates, We hope you use this time as a launching pad into your future with certainty. We hope whatever you plan will at least point you in the right direction. And if it doesn't, we hope you can stay flexible enough to change. We hope you...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who use birth control pills are less likely to develop ovarian cancer later in life, a new analysis of past studies suggests. Researchers pooled data from 24 studies and found Pill users had a 27 percent lower risk of...
Summer is here and Petoskey is bustling with activities for all ages to enjoy. The Downtown Petoskey Farmers Market and Petoskey Rocks! kick-off in downtown Petoskey beginning Friday, June 14. Noon concerts on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays begin in...
By emphasizing higher-quality fruits and vegetables at affordable prices, Wal-Mart wants to democratize healthy eating. Analysts say the retailer also may be angling for more frequent shopping trips by consumers. The Bentonville, Ark.-based chain said...
Tags: Fishing, Advertising, Groceries, Services and Shopping, Walmart
Half of physician Mimi Choi's pediatric patients are overweight or obese. She instructs them to eat more fruits and vegetables. Now she can go one step further — refer them to a discounted produce stand steps away from the South Los Angeles health...
June is National Dairy Month, and the Maryland Department of Agriculture encourages Marylanders to celebrate by enjoying healthy and nutritious dairy products this month and all year long. National Dairy Month celebrates the value of milk and dairy...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who go on an extremely low calorie diet are more likely to develop gallstones than people on a moderately low calorie diet, according to a new study. Dr. Michael Jensen, a professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic,...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Obesity, Mayo Clinic, Weight Loss, Sweden
Saturday Zumba classes LAPPANS — Zumba with Dana will be offered Saturday mornings through Aug. 31 at St. Mark’s Parish Hall, 18311 Lappans Road, Lappans. Class punch cards are available. No registration necessary. Cost is $5 for a single...
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