5 Reasons You Should Add Acai To Your Smoothie Acai is more than a buzzword. Here are 5 reasons why you should be getting on board with this hip fruit. You’ve probably seen it on your Instagram feed – deep purple smoothie bowls covered in technicolor tropical fruits and juices touting “superfood” benefits. That deep […]
A Christmas Carol may be the greatest piece of classic literature ever written, it can definitely be said that is the most popular ever written. Very few people do not know the story, in fact even the name of the main character, Scrooge, has passed into our language as name to call someone who is […]
Caring Families Race for Autism Cares Foundation’s Race for Resources on Saturday, November, 3 at picturesque Bucks County (PA) Community College Being the mother of a child with autism is often both a great joy and a tremendous challenge. Just ask Linda Kuepper and Jacqui Makowski, the loving mothers of sons with autism, who know how vital the right support […]
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Proven Methods to Boost Self-Discipline for Better Health Today’s modern world is absolutely bursting with temptations coming at you, left, right and centre. From food to drinks, technology, and much more; the list is endless, but research illustrates that people who show self-discipline are the happier of the two types of people in this world. […]
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(PCM) We all know that the opioid crisis here in the United States has become a tremendously huge problem. Tragically, each and every day lives, both young and old, are taken due to opioid addiction and the crisis appears to show no signs of slowing down. However, did you know that there are several steps […]
Inspiring Professional Girls Baseball Player Helps Girls and Young Women Follow Their Life Passion Growing up in small-town Orangeville, Pennsylvania, Sarah Jane “Salty” Sands Ferguson was an avid baseball fan who fondly remembers attending her first game at the tender age of four.Ferguson was instantly smitten and vowed to become a pro baseball player, not […]
(PCM) As we quickly approach the summer season, many women (and men too) find themselves thinking about unwanted hair and whether or not shaving is the best option. There are other options out there such as waxing, laser hair removal and more, however shaving is usually the go to method for getting rid of unwanted […]
(PCM) What could be better than discovering a fantastic snack that is not only delicious but actually healthy as well! We hit the jackpot when we sampled Popcornopolis’s new Organic Nearly Naked Popcorn! We seriously couldn’t keep our hands out the bag! The taste was incredibly reminiscent of those old school home popcorn makers that […]
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(PCM) Back in the year of 1938, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, often referred to as FDR, founded an organization which was then called the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. The foundation’s mission was to find a cure for polio, which FDR contracted. The foundation immediately gained intense popularity, mostly due to its’ founder and the nations’ support […]
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Health and Wellness Coach Helps Clients Find Their Passion, Grit and Determination to Foster Healthier Minds and Bodies When you listen to Jane Diamond’s story you immediately understand that if you follow her lead you can use perseverance, grit, and passion to change the world for yourself and your loved ones. Diamond, who grew up […]
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(PCM) New research out of the University of Kansas has found a link between BPA, a chemical found in plastic to the occurrence of migraines, with especially worse symptoms found in women. The researchers say that 90% of the population already have some levels of BPA in their systems. The researchers used rats, who were […]
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(PCM) Gingerbread! The very thought of it brings to mind the scents of cinnamon, cloves, allspice and let’s not forget ginger. Gingerbread is part of our culture. We, of course use it as food, but it plays a part in stories such as The Ginger Bread Man and Hansel and Gretel. We see it in […]
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(PCM) Each and every year American’s will throw away an estimated $160 billion dollars worth of perfectly good food when they believe it is expired based upon the sell-by date printed on the container. There is a big difference between the sell-by date and/or expiration date printed on the packages and the actual time frame […]
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Do you know what you’re really getting when it comes to your ground beef? Many people make the mistake of thinking 80/20 ground beef means that only 20 percent of the calories come from fat. However, that’s not the case. There’s actually way more fat in that burger than you thought! The 80/20 percentage refers […]
(PCM) One of the top complaints from people after a big Thanksgiving celebration is how tired they feel after consuming such a large and hearty meal. Most people blame the sleepiness on everyone’s favorite Thanksgiving food choice… the turkey. People believed that the amino acid tryptophan found in turkey was attributed to a tired or […]
The average person eats 4,500 calories and 229 grams of fat on Thanksgiving! If you’re trying to lose weight, or simply stay on track this holiday season, you’ll want to avoid the dishes with the most calories, fat and sugar. But remember – it’s all about moderation! You can have your favorites – even the offenders […]
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With the country headed towards a peak travel period for the holiday season, bed bug prevention is on everyone’s mind – at least it should be! Just because you’re not staying at some run down motel doesn’t mean you’re safe from the pesky little critters (Even Simon Cowell’s ‘X-Factor’ contestants got bed bugs!! And we […]
Eating out at a restaurant doesn’t have to mean you’re cheating on your diet or forgoing your health. In fact, you can still stay on track when you’re eating out. How would anyone survive otherwise? Eating out – whether it’s on the go or sitting down with friends – is a part of life, and […]
(PCM) Everyone knows that getting anywhere from six to eight hours of uninterrupted sleep each and every night is ideal, however with most of us keeping insanely busy schedules and working long hours, handing over six to eight hours to rest can be next to impossible. A lot of times we forget that we need […]
(PCM) Even mentioning the word flu can send waves of fear through people and send them heading straight underneath the covers or to the nearest health clinic for a vaccination. There are many different strains of the flu virus. Some are relatively mild, while others can lead to more serious health complications including pneumonia and […]
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(PCM) It sometimes seems that everywhere we look these days we are being shown some kind of advertising urging us to purchase various products and explaining to us just how these particular products will better our lives. One of the major players in this advertising game is the pharmaceutical industry. You can not look through […]
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(PCM) Slim Fast is one of the oldest and most trusted diet programs on the market. The company initially began selling their meal replacement shakes back in 1977, however the FDA did hesitate a bit before allowing the company to move forward. It took about two years for the Slim Fast company to really gain […]
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(PCM) Doctors are warning people to stay far away from the new trend of snorting chocolate as a way to get high. The trend became very popular in Europe over the last few years and is now slowly making its’ way into the States. There is a new “snorting” cacao powder on the market which […]
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(PCM) Some of us are big followers of astrology and others not so much, but did you know that according to some recently conducted research your birth month could be linked to certain chronic diseases, putting you at a potentially higher risk. The research study was recently published in Science Direct via the Medicina Clinica […]
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(PCM) One of the latest summer beauty trends that is making the rounds is using Coca-Cola (yes, the beverage) as a self-tanner. People will seemingly try just about anything when attempting to get a nice golden glow, however doctors warn that using Coca-Cola as a self-tanning oil can pose some serious health risks and cause […]
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(PCM) We truly feel like this is a sentence we should never have to write, but please, ladies, stop putting wasps nests in your vaginas! This should really go without saying, however a new trend is picking up that urges women to place ground up wasps nests into their va jay jay’s as a way […]
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(PCM) Everyone is in an uproar over the release of meal planners and food journals from a UK -based stationary company called Fox & Moon which feature messages that could easily be construed as fat-shaming and bullying. The company is calling these messages printed on the planners and journals “sassy”, but everyone else begs to […]
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(PCM) Many people would assume that growing older would mean longing for our younger years or stressing nuances that come along with aging physically. However, a new study has shown that while our overall physical quality of life may be decreasing, our mental spirits tend to be doing quite the opposite.
The study of over 10,000 participants from both the U.S. and the U.K. has revealed that people tend to be the happiest in life right around the age of 40. It is thought that people in their 40’s seem to be more content and settled with their daily lives. They have learned over the years how to cope with what life throws at them and are much more able to properly deal with hardships and other negative circumstances in their lives much better than when they were younger.… Full Story
(PCM) Last night during my viewing of The Walking Dead’s mid-season finale, I caught a new commercial from Weight Watchers that left me a bit baffled. In fact, it wasn’t even until the end of the commercial that I realized that I was even viewing a commercial for Weight Watchers.
It was always my opinion that Weight Watchers was anti fat shaming, however the advertisement that I viewed truly seemed to promote the direct opposite. Playing on the popular kid’s tune “Happy And You Know It”, the commercial featured people who were both happy and sad chowing down on a variety of snack food items such as cake, ice cream, corn dogs and more.… Full Story
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(PCM) Teens across the nation have sarcastically began using the hash tag #ThanksMichelleObama to vent their frustrations and utter disgust with the very gross and unappetizing “healthy” lunch options being offered in their schools.
— Emanuella Grinberg (@grinsli) November 22, 2014
Seriously, a lot of the food pictured in the images posted by the teens on social media looks like some kind of animal slop, certainly not an appetizing and healthy lunch that we would expect our school children to be receiving. School lunches have to comply with the USDA food regulations which are highly supported by First Lady Michelle Obama who continues her fight against childhood obesity.… Full Story
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(PCM) Women’s lingerie company Victoria’s Secret has created quite a bit of controversy with their new ad campaign which many are saying forces negative body image standards on women.
The ad campaign is for Victoria’s Secrets new bra collection which is called “Body”.and features the company’s incredibly thin models in bras and panties with the words “Perfect Body” splayed out across their bare midriffs.
Many individuals became outraged over the ads and what society feels is the standard for the “perfect body”. They feel that the ad showcases an incredibly damaging message to young women. The controversy even found the hash tag #iamperfect to begin trending on Twitter among the outpouring of social media commentary about the campaign.… Full Story
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Frank and Linda Kuepper of the Autism Cares Foundation are joined by Jacqueline Laurita and her son, Nicholas, at a recent event in New Jersey.
(PCM) As a reality TV star, Jacqueline Laurita is accustomed to high drama, but off-camera is when the reality of motherhood stirs the most emotions in her life.
Laurita, of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, (RHONJ), is the mother of a five-year-old son, Nicholas, who was recently diagnosed with autism.
Since that first moment that his mom saw Nicholas struggle with speech and socialization issues, she began a tireless search to find answers: therapists, teachers, activities and groups that would improve his life.… Full Story
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(PCM) We have all had those days when the desire to call out of work even when we are not really sick have occurred. Sometimes we are looking for some more time to relax and other times there are just too many important errands to run and not enough time in the day.
CareerBuilder.com has compiled a list of some of the most ridiculous and zany excuses that people have given for calling out of work sick.
Topping the list as the most insane excuse for calling out was “I just put a casserole in the oven” … what that has to do with being ill beats us, but we can certainly understand why it nabbed the number one spot.… Full Story
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(PCM) Sam’s Club stores have announced a voluntary recall of its’ Simply Right baby wipes saying that there is a potential possibility that they could be contaminated. Please note that it is not a full on FDA recall on the product.
The company sent out an email to its’ customers that may have purchased the baby wipes which read:
“You are receiving this message because Sam’s Club’s records indicate that you recently purchased Simply Right baby wipes.
The safety of our members and their families is a top priority at Sam’s Club. Our supplier, Nutek Disposables, Inc., has advised us that some Simply Right branded baby wipes offered for sale at Sam’s Clubs beginning June 30th of this year may be contaminated with B.… Full Story
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(PCM) Major soda manufacturers Coca-Cola, Dr. Pepper and Pepsi have recently revealed a pledge to cut down calories in their famous drinks.
One of the major reasons that health conscious people stay away from a variety of carbonated beverages is due to their incredibly high calorie count.
Coca-Cola Company, PepsiCo Inc, and Dr.Pepper Snapple Group Inc. have pledged to consumers that they will cut the calorie count in their beverages by 20 percent by the year 2025. It is the companies goal to assist with the ongoing issues of not only obesity, but both diabetes and heart disease as well.
The pledge was revealed at the 10th annual Clinton Global Initiative in New York.… Full Story
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(PCM) We have enough problems with body image as it is now, however there are plans being put into to place is Moscow, Russia to install park benches that would act as a scale, weighing the individuals seated on them.
The idea is still in the proposal phase in Moscow, however a similar idea has already be implemented in the Netherlands with a bench that was installed at at public bus stop.
The proposed Moscow benches would be sponsored by gyms and fitness clubs (of course) in the area and the hope is that by the individual seeing their weight flash on the bench would seek out joining the gym or fitness club featured.… Full Story
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(PCM) There has been a nationwide recall issued on all theater-sized boxed of M&M’s candies. The recall, issued by Mars, Inc. claims that the 3.4 oz boxed that are labeled as milk chocolate original M&M’s may contain a bag with peanut butter M&M’s instead.
The snafu was brought to the attention of Mars Inc. after a customer contacted the company to let them know that a M&M’s brand Milk Chocolate theater box contained at M&M’s brand Peanut Butter package of candies.
Many individuals suffer from severe peanut allergies, however the company claims that thus far there have been no reports of any illness, allergic reactions or side effects due to the mislabeled product.… Full Story
(PCM) It was announced yesterday that CVS executives made the decision to transition the company into both a new name and out of the sale of tobacco/tobacco related products.
About seven or eight months ago the company first revealed their plans for the big change, however those changes were not set to take place until October 1st. There was no specific reason given for the why the switch over has taken place almost a month earlier than expected.
CVS Caremark will now be known as CVS Health and the sale of tobacco products in stores has ceased. It is reported that tobacco sales accounted for nearly 2 billion in annual profits for the company.… Full Story
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(PCM) It has just been announced that Kraft is issuing a wide-spread recall on packages of their Kraft American Singles cheese. While the recall is voluntary, Kraft Food Group believes that close to 7,000 cases of cheese could be affected.
The recall stems from the fact that one of the company’s suppliers had out of standard storage temperatures for one of its’ ingredients.
There are four different variations of the Kraft American Singles are part of the recall. Check your fridge for “best when used by” dates of Feb. 20, 2015 and Feb. 21, 2015.
Thus far there have been no illnesses reported by anyone who has consumed the cheese, however Kraft is still recommending that customers return the cheese to the place of purchase for a full refund.… Full Story
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(PCM) If you were curious as to why there have been a ton of photos and videos popping of people dumping buckets of ice water over their heads on various social media channels such as Twitter and Facebook, we have your answer.
In order to raise awareness for ALS, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, a former Boston College baseball player by the name of Peter Frates came up with the idea for the #icebucketchallenge. Twenty-nine year old Frates was diagnosed with ALS two years ago and he and his family have made it their goal to spread the word about the disease and raise money to help with finding a cure.… Full Story
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(PCM) Smartphone and tablet users are now able to take advantage of a new app called Doctor On Demand, which they can use to access a doctor who can then diagnose their symptoms and prescribe any needed medications all directly from the phone/tablet app.
The cost of the service runs $40 a month, but is an ideal solution for those individuals who don’t have the time to go to the doctors office or happen to be in need of a doctor when they are traveling far away from home.
The app is available to users in 47 states and the app boasts a pool of over 1,400 board certified doctors that are available on-call to the app.… Full Story
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(PCM) A Florida court jury has awarded Cynthia Robinson, the widow of Michael Johnson, Sr, $23.6 billion in punitive damages in a lawsuit she filed against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company back in 2008.
Robinson claimed that smoking killed her husband, who was 36 years old at the time of his death. He began smoking when he was only 13-years old and died of lung cancer. Robinson feels that the tobacco company is to blame.
The court trial lasted about four weeks and jurors deliberated for nearly 15 hours before reaching a verdict in the case. The jury found that the tobacco company was negligent in informing Michael Johnson of the dangers of smoking such as causing lung cancer and also the fact that nicotine is highly addictive.… Full Story
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(PCM) You may have seen several stories popping up around the web warning people about the dangers of swimming in fresh water lakes and ponds, as there are potentially lethal amoebas lurking under the surface.
The reports began circulating after a 9-year old girl by the name of Hally Yurst passed away on July 9th after a waterborne, brain-eating amoeba caused her death.
As terrifying as it sound sounds, Yurst’s family has come forward and spoken out about their daughter’s death claiming the she was one in a billion. In a news conference Shon Yurst claims “You are more likely to die from drowning than you are from ever dying from this organism.… Full Story
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(PCM) British make-up artist and former model Bethany Townsend is making headlines after she posted an image of herself in a bikini laying out with her colostomy bags in full view.
Townsend has been suffering from Crohn’s Disease since the age of three, but was not officially diagnosed until the age of 11. Because of her misdiagnosis, she was forced to have 16 inches of her bowl removed at a young age and has been on steroids, infliximab, methotrexate and every other drug going as well as being tube fed for 4 years.
After five additional surgeries, Townsends’ bowl burst four years ago and she ended up with two colostomy bags.… Full Story
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(PCM) Caffeine addiction has been proven to have some dangerous consequences, which is definitely the case in the mysterious death of high school senior, 18-year old Logan Stiner.
Stiner, was discovered dead on the floor of his home back on May 27th, just one week shy of his high school graduation. His death baffled officials who saw no immediate signs of foul play and were informed that Stiner was in excellent physical health.
Stiner’s death was initially assumed to be from natural cause, however upon further examination of a white powdery substance that was found at the home it was discovered that Stiner had died from a caffeine overdose.… Full Story
(PCM) Is it just me or does there seem to be quite a bit of experimenting with people’s moods going on lately. First there was the news about Facebook’s experiments with users moods and emotions and now British Airways has unveiled the ‘happiness blanket’ which is being used to conduct research on passengers moods while traveling.
The ‘happiness blanket’ is supplied by British Airways to travelers and features both neurosensors and fiber optics, which are woven into the blankets material. The sensors measure the passengers brainwaves and can sense if they are tense or relaxed. The blanket is designed to turn red to indicate tension is present and blue to show that the passenger is calm and relaxed.… Full Story
(PCM) The latest (and somewhat dangerous) cosmetic surgery trend among women is being called “Cinderella Surgery” and it involves altering a woman’s feet so that they can better fit into designer shoes.
The surgical procedures can involve anything from adjusting the length of the toes to removing bunions and corns from the foot itself. You can even request “toe lipo” which will aid in slimming down any chunky toes.
The “Cinderella Surgery” trend is on the rise due to more and more women wanting to be able to wear the killer heel designs they see in both television and film, as well as, on the pages of current fashion magazines.… Full Story
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(PCM) Bakery and restaurant chain Panera has revealed an all new policy regarding their food which is said to be fully in place by the year 2016. The company’s new promise is to remove all artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners and preservatives from the food served in their restaurants.
The decision was made after numerous studies have shown that people have a growing dislike for food that is artificially processed and are more likely to seek out restaurants that are free of artificial substances and feature healthier alternatives.
Paneras’ food policy will not be the only change taking place within the company.… Full Story
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(PCM) According to several doctors the latest way to combat illness, especially those that are spread via hand contact, is to fist bump rather than handshake as a greeting. While the handshake is one of the oldest and most cherished greetings invented by mankind, it is also a way to spread sickness from person to person when their palms are touching.
Majority of the time a handshake is looked at as a common courtesy when meeting new people and some even say you can take the measure of a person’s personality based on the strength of their handshake. However, more and more studies in the medical field are showing that by healthcare workers shaking hands with patients they are transmitting both organisms and disease when can then spread from patient to patient.… Full Story
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When Kristin Arniotis’ son, Billy, who has autism, was four years old she was sitting at home one day thinking about his “quirky” behaviors and started to write them down.
Unlike many other observers of her son’s behaviors — looking at objects closely with his eyes and memorizing tons of facts – his loving mother saw the positive side to autism — a neurological and developmental disorder than can affect speech, socialization and various behaviors.
Instead of trying to change her son, Kristin saw the potential of what his behaviors could be. From these observations, a small yellow paperback book with a big heart was born.… Full Story
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(PCM) While this latest internet rumor about substances teens will use to get high may end up getting debunked, the latest word is that teens are using Burt’s Bees lip balm on their eyelids to supposedly intensify a high.
Teens have nicknamed the newest trend “Beezin” and it is reportedly that the tingly feeling after placing the lip balm on their eye lids caused the users to feel good while they are drunk or high. We think it is a perfectly good waste of lip balm!
Some teens are claiming that it adds a little bit of extra something to their intoxication while others claim that it causes them to feel more alert.… Full Story
(PCM) It is no secret that nowadays selfies have become a very big pop culture trend and the snapping of a selfie photo is something that just about everyone has done at one time or another. However, now doctors and scientists are linking our obsession with selfies to more and more cases popping up of people suffering from narcissism and body image obsession.
With the up rising of social media, people are more compelled than ever before to take and post selfie images and receive near instantaneous feedback on those images as soon as they are posted online. This can have a positive or negative outcome depending on the person and their ability to take criticism on the negative side or how narcissistic they could become when given positive reinforcement.… Full Story
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(PCM) In a recent study that was conducted with about 10,000 participants it was concluded that 86% of left-handed people reported that they were “extremely satisfied” when it came to their sex life. Only a mere 15% of right-handed people reported that they are “extremely satisfied”.
With the results of the study in mind, Swedish intimate lifestyle company LELO, had designed a new sex toy just for left-handed individuals. The new toy named “DEXTRUS” is designed to stimulate the right side of the brain, so while increasing sexual pleasure, it is claimed that the new toy can also make you smarter.… Full Story
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(PCM) You have to wonder sometimes where teens even come up with the ideas for some of these crazy and dangerous games that they find appealing for some reason. The newest game that students in a Connecticut middle school are playing is called “Eraser Challenge” and it causing some concern among school administrators and parents.
The game involves teens “erasing” their skin while saying the alphabet and coming up with a word for each letter. Once the letter “Z” is reached they stop the game and compare injuries with their friends. (Yeah, sounds like a fun time to us…..NOT!)
A letter sent home with students at the Connecticut school, urged parents to speak with their children about the dangers of the game and claims that it is not just a few students who are playing, but more like dozens.… Full Story
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(PCM) It seems that every couple of months there is news stating that consuming tilapia that has been raised and farmed from China can pose some dangerous health risks. We wanted to take a deeper look and see what is fact and what is fiction when it comes to America’s favorite farmed fish.
One major rumor that is constantly circulating is that Chinese tilapia is raised on both chicken and pig feces. Unfortunately this rumor does appear to be true, as due to the increased demand for farmed fish and the cutthroat practices of competing farmers many tilapia farmers are forced to cut corners. … Full Story
(PCM) There have been quite a few headlines recently about the deaths of college students related to an outbreak of meningitis on their college campuses. Recently, a Philadelphia student from Drexel University has died from the same strain of meningitis that was seen in a recent outbreak at Princeton University … Continue reading →
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(PCM) A family was hospitalized near Tampa, Fl after consuming a package of steaks that were purchased at local area Walmart store that were laced with the drug LSD. The authorities in Tampa are in the process now of attempting to figure out just how the steaks became laced with … Continue reading →
Many, if not all, of us can get incredibly caught up in the hustle and bustle of day to day life. There are plenty of times that we forget the need to slow down, chill out and take a few moments to appreciate the calmer moments in life. Much of … Continue reading →
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(PCM) Back in early January a new law passed in California that required all workers who handle ready-to-eat food wear gloves at all times. While the initial law received many complaints from the restaurant industry, it was certainly understandable why an individual that handle food that is going to directly … Continue reading →
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(PCM) Dr. Mark Hyman is the chairman for the Institute of Functional Medicine and he is making it his mission to advise people about the dangers involved in consuming a diet that is high in sugar. Dr. Hyman claims that overall we are becoming so dependent on food and beverages … Continue reading →
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(PCM) It seems like every other day a new list of once accepted practices and products are now found to be detrimental to our health. Things we once thought were healthy, like artificial sweeteners due to their low calorie content, are now in the middle of nutrition and health debates … Continue reading →
(PCM) Nestle Foods has issued a voluntary recall on Hot Pockets. The two specific varieties are Hot Pockets brand Philly Steak and Cheese in three different pack sizes and Hot Pockets brand Croissant Crust Philly Steak and Cheese, in the two pack box. The voluntary recall is limited to these two products, … Continue reading →
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(PCM) Any type of surgical procedure can be nerve-wracking to many individuals, but we put our trust in the doctors and surgeons performing the procedure to do their very best work and provide us with the best care possible. That is why this recent incident out a of a North … Continue reading →
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(PCM) Using growth factors derived from a woman’s own blood, physician researchers Drs. Samuel Wood and Charles Runels have developed a simple, office-based procedure that appears to markedly improve the quality of a woman’s sexual response called the O-Shot™ The procedure which will involve an injection of platelet-derived growth factors (PDGFs) into a … Continue reading →
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(PCM) Throughout most of the country we have been dealing with freezing cold temperatures, snow, and all kinds of nasty weather conditions this winter, however a new study shows that all that shivering may indeed have some health benefits. According to new research, shivering triggers a response in muscles that … Continue reading →
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(PCM) CVS Caremark has just revealed plans to begin phasing out the sale of tobacco products from their nearly 7,600 stores across the country. The company reveals that the phase out ,which will include cigarettes, cigars, and chewing tobacco, will cost the company about $2 billion dollars in revenue, but … Continue reading →
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(PCM) Looking at model Christie Brinkley’s gorgeous cover shot on the upcoming issue of People magazine, no one would ever guess that the beauty is about to celebrate her 60th birthday. It has been many years since Brinkley first graced the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and seeing … Continue reading →
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(PCM) Chocolate is certainly not the first flavor that comes to mind when you think about brushing your teeth, however Crest is launching several new flavors of toothpaste that will bring new definition to the term sweet tooth. For their new “Be” line the company wil include new flavors such … Continue reading →
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(PCM) As you know flu season is already very much underway, with the CDC already reporting epidemics in several states across the country. However, would you be willing to allow yourself to be infected with the flu if it mean receiving the sum of $3,000 in return? If so, than … Continue reading →
(PCM) There is an alarming new trend popping up in both middle schools and high schools across the country where kids are crushing up “Smarties” candies and snorting them like lines of cocaine. The teens are finding out about the trend via several videos that have been posted up on … Continue reading →
(PCM) It’s not every day that we are granted the opportunity to meet our idols, but Amanda Renneberg of Alberta, Canada turned her dream of meeting superstar Justin Timberlake into a reality this past Monday. Twenty-seven year old Amanda suffers from the rare and debilitating neuro-muscular disease, Friedreich’s ataxia (FA), … Continue reading →
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(PCM) American Horror Story: Coven and Precious actress Gabourey Sidibe may not have been nominated for a Golden Globe this year, however she obtained a major win against those criticizing her weight via Twitter with an epic comeback Tweet. The cruel haters took to the net after Sidibe arrived at … Continue reading →
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(PCM) You may think that quiet time in school went out the window once you were out of grade school, however new studies are showing the incorporating time each day for transcendental meditation has worked wonders in some of San Francisco’s toughest schools. With the addition of what the schools … Continue reading →
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(PCM) While we are full supporters of living a healthy lifestyle and keeping an eye out the calorie count in what we consume, but even we believe that health advocates are taking things a bit too far with the news that now all vending machines will be required to display … Continue reading →
(PCM) We are sure you have heard of the five second rule that we all learned about growing up which states that any food that is dropped on the ground if picked up within a five second time period will not be contaminated with germs or bacteria and therefore will … Continue reading →