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NEW YORK (AP) — It wasn't too long ago that America had a love affair with soda. Now, an old flame has the country's heart. As New York City grapples with the legality of a ban on the sale of large cups of soda and other sugary drinks at some...
Tags: PepsiCo Inc., Justice System, Michael Jackson, Marketing, Judges
Premium Health News ServiceSPICE THINGS UP THE HEALTHY WAY Tortillas, cilantro, salsa, cheese, and oh, those peppers! The familiar foods of Mexican cuisine can make your mouth water just thinking about them. Yet cooking these foods from scratch can be time consuming. When you're...
It's the nice governor is dropping his opposition to the medical marijuana law now being considered by the legislature. It would have been an important first step if this were 2003 ("O'Malley administration backs medical marijuana bill," March 8)....
A lot of misinformation surrounds fire company To the editor: The discussion that surrounds the situation over Fairplay Volunteer Fire Department needs to be more closely reviewed. I have seen too many incorrect letters to the editor, too many...
Over the last year, Fred Lembkie, 62, has had three heart attacks, a failed bypass surgery, two subsequent angioplasty procedures and stents inserted into his arteries. When the Portland, Ore., man finally underwent EECP treatment, a little-known, often...
Having a baby with colic oftentimes causes new moms and dads to feel that they’re failing as a parent, that they can’t handle having another baby and that it puts a strain on their marriage. Moms also may feel that it contributes to post-...
My Pet WorldLAS VEGAS, NV -- These reader questions were answered by world-renowned experts at the 85th Annual Western Veterinary Conference held here Feb. 17-21. The conference was attended by more than 6,500 veterinarians and 2,000 veterinary technicians and...
Premium Health News ServiceThe cold and flu season is upon us. How can you bolster your defenses against the germs lurking in the common areas in your office, the supermarket, the mall and other stops in your everyday travels? Include these five immunity boosters in your diet, plus...
The trouble began in early January 2012, when Hershey, my then nearly 11-year-old chocolate Lab, developed the first in a series of urinary tract infections. Eventually, the problem worsened to include full-blown incontinence, with Hershey waking up in...
Q: When I get sweaty from working outside in the winter and then get chilled, I frequently start to feel a sore throat coming on within several hours. It often develops into a full-blown cold. I believe the chill doesn't cause the cold, but rather...
Tags: Internal Medicine, Brazil, Constipation, Diabetes, Enema
Premium Health News ServiceSUPERGROW SALMON It grows superfast, it's genetically engineered, and it's safe to eat. Salmon is now poised to become the first genetically modified animal approved for the dinner table. Since 1995, a company called AquaBounty, based in Maynard, Mass.,...
Tags: Autism, Genetic Engineering, Sports, Swimming, Asperger Syndrome
Mitch Ross handled Ray Lewis' public berating the way the Ravens linebacker has said he handles difficult times. "That stuff with Ray?" Ross said Wednesday. "I've put that in God's hands." Ross co-owns SWATS, the company that, according to Sports...
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