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World’s Oldest Person Has Died at 114

Feb 1st, 2011 | By
World’s Oldest Person Has Died at 114

Eunice Sanborn died on Monday, January 31, at her home in Jacksonville, Texas. At 114 years old, she was listed as the world’s oldest person. She was born on July 20, 1896 in Lake Charles, LA. Sanborn’s family, however, claimed that the Census Bureau incorrectly recorded her birth year as 1986 instead of 1895 and
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New Astrological Signs Outrace Astrologers

Jan 19th, 2011 | By
New Astrological Signs Outrace Astrologers

In Norse mythology, two wolves perpetually chase a pair of horses pulling the Sun and Moon around the sky. They never quite catch up until the end of the world, so the Sun and Moon always stay just a step ahead of them. Astrologers this month found themselves in a similar position, following an announcement
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When I Grow Up – A New Picture Book by Weird Al Yankovic

Jan 18th, 2011 | By
When I Grow Up – A New Picture Book by Weird Al Yankovic

“Weird Al” Yankovic launching first-ever children’s picture book at Princeton Barnes & Noble Feb 1 Best known as a pop music satirist, “Weird Al” Yankovic launches his first children’s book filled with virtuoso wordplay, irresistible rhythm, and laugh-out-loud humor. Readers of all ages are invited to this special event! “Weird Al” Yankovic, best known as
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Kids Learn to Cook with Online Games

Jan 16th, 2011 | By
Kids Learn to Cook with Online Games

Cooking Games: the latest online games making cooking fun for kids Online games nowadays generate mixed reactions among those in society who are in the know. Sure they are fun, but some say not as much in the final analysis, as compared to real games. Some people are happy since online games are a new
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Create a Healthy Lifestyle through Mindful Eating, Yoga, and Meditation

Jan 10th, 2011 | By
Create a Healthy Lifestyle through Mindful Eating, Yoga, and Meditation

Corinne Trang, Celebrated Culinary Arts Author, Consultant Launches: Qi-Now with Corinne Trang THE PHILOSOPHY… Qi (pronounced chi) means energy, and refers to traditional, time-tested Eastern practices leading to a healthy, balanced, and harmonious lifestyle. Qi-NOW means health and well-being NOW—an invitation to get started on a new pathway the moment you make the decision to
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Family Caregiving Training in Denver

Jan 9th, 2011 | By
Family Caregiving Training in Denver

Always Best Care Denver South Teams Up with American Red Cross to Provide Family Caregiving Training Always Best Care Denver South has partnered with the American Red Cross to provide Family Caregiving Training to Denver’s South Metro. This program will help some of the thousands of caregivers in the area coping with caring for a
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Carbon Monoxide Dangers in Your Home

Jan 7th, 2011 | By

Carbon Monoxide, an in-the-home killer CO is a very deadly gas. To prevent CO poisoning in your home involving your home’s fuel heating equipment annual checks need to be conducted in furnace, heater etc. Also if you do not have a CO detector in your home, install one as soon as possible. The NFPA (National
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Clock Ticks to Fight Federal Control over Muscovy Ducks

Dec 12th, 2010 | By
Clock Ticks to Fight Federal Control over Muscovy Ducks

Clock Ticks to Weigh in on Federal Fight over Muscovy Ducks Hempstead, TX While many Americans prepare to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, many conversations will be centered around turkey.  But a Texas farm owner has another prized bird on her mind:  Muscovy duck.  The nation’s Muscovy duck populations have landed in the government’s cross-hairs, and
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Children’s Book Goes Underwater with Amazing Photography

Dec 11th, 2010 | By
Children’s Book Goes Underwater with Amazing Photography

The Deep Black Pond – Children’s Book Goes Underwater with Amazing Photography Explore deeper than you thought you would ever possible in this fanciful children’s book set on a tropical island. Join author/photographer Morgan Kostival as he ventures deep into an island pond to photograph and write about some of the fun creatures you will
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Gifts that New Moms Really Want

Nov 25th, 2010 | By
Gifts that New Moms Really Want

2010 Holiday Shopping Season Launches: The Gifts New Moms and Moms-To-Be Really Want The holiday season officially kicks off on Friday, November 26, better known as Black Friday. Do you know what the new mothers and moms-to-be in your life really want? The Mommy Doctors Bakery (http://www.milkin-cookies.com/) wanted to know, so we asked. Busy moms
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