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Adding traditional twists to the Thanksgiving meal [Infographic]
A new survey released by Pillsbury reveals how food trends are shaping today's Thanksgiving table and how more than half of Americans would embrace adding new foods or new preparations to their meal this year. While some are starting to offer alternatives to turkey, more are incorporating vegetables into the Thanksgiving table. For dessert? Pie is a tradition and many families will end their meal with the pumpkin variety, the top Thanksgiving dessert served across America. And with the desire...
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Learn more about lupus and the search for answers
(BPT) - For those who are living with lupus, daily activities can be a struggle and life can become inconsistent. While many people are experiencing debilitating symptoms, from the outside, many of those with lupus don't 'look sick.' Lupus, 'the great imitator' as it is often called, disguises itself to look like other c...
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The holiday season made easy
(BPT) - 'Tis the season of wonderful company and delicious food! It's also that time of year to bring friends and family together, but preparing for holiday gatherings along with the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping can often be stressful and time consuming. In fact, Thanksgiving is the most stressful holiday for ho...
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Five savings resolutions for the new year
(BPT) - Is saving on your New Year's resolution list this year? The U.S. Department of the Treasury's Ready.Save.Grow. campaign offers five saving strategies that will have you moving toward your long-term savings goals and toasting along the way. 'A new calendar year invigorates people to start with a clean slate, so it...
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Five key deadlines to help small businesses avoid IRS headaches
(BPT) - The adage that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure still rings true - especially for businesses preparing for tax season. If you oversee your company's filing requirements, knowing what is due and when can save you and your employee's penalties, time and stress. Every year, January's arrival means two...
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Fall back in love with your wardrobe this holiday season
(BPT) - Not only is the holiday season time for presenting loved ones with carefully hand-picked gifts, it's also the season for dressing up and sharing good cheer at office parties, family events and cocktail gatherings. With all the holiday events beginning to fill up social calendars, women nationwide begin to have th...
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Patients with chronic illness share their animated, inspiring stories
(BPT) - When faced with struggles, people often turn to others for support, comfort and guidance. There is great value in knowing you're not alone especially for patients with chronic diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA). RA is a chronic, inflammatory form of arthritis in which the immune system attacks the body's ...
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Overactive bladder [Infographic]
There are more than 46 million adults over the age of 40 in the United States experiencing symptoms of overactive bladder at least sometimes, yet as few as one in five men and one in eight women with symptoms of OAB seek treatment. Learn more about overactive bladder in the infographic below.
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Three exterior home improvements can add to your home
(BPT) - While homeowners generally spend more time entertaining guests indoors, the exterior of your home makes the first impression. When it is time for home improvements, the exterior of the home may be forgotten or ignored. Painting, updating furniture and replacing flooring inside are all important, but the exterior ...
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7 Fairytale Alpine Towns that You have to See to Believe
If there is one specific feature that can make or break a vacation destination, it's the weather. While it's typically rare for a town to look just as beautiful under a thick layer of snow as it does during warmer months, there are a few places on the map that can make any season look magical. Take a look below and you'll see that come snow or sunshine, these alpine towns will make you feel as though you are peeking into a storybook. Grindelwald, Switzerland | Peacefully set in Switzerland's ...
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Feeling better longer [Infographic]
With cold and flu season upon us, many are turning to cough suppressants to help them feel better, but don't want to have to continuously take medication throughout the day. Dow Water & Process Solutions is helping cough syrup formulators develop extended release formulations, allowing one dose of cough syrup to last for hours at a time. This infographic shows how modified release technology will help keep you feeling good, while ensuring your cough medicine works as it should.
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The evolution of family travel: Easier, more exciting and something for everyone
When it comes to traveling with family members, you really want to get it right. When done properly, family travel can bring different generations together and leave everyone with memories they'll treasure for the rest of their lives. Given that potential, and considering the fact that family travel can involve substanti...
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Bloomberg talks to reporters after meeting with Obama and business and civic leaders for an event to discuss his "My Brother's Keeper" initiative at the White House in WashingtonThe former New York City mayor aims to battle the NRA.


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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, suspect #2 in the Boston Marathon explosion is pictured in this undated FBI handout photoBOSTON (AP) — Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have told a judge that understanding their client's family is key to their case.


2014-04-16 10:27:44 -0600

FILE- In this file photo taken on Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2012, Emmanuel de Merode, Virunga National Park director and chief warden, poses at the park headquarters in Rumangabo, some 60 kms (40 miles) north of Goma, eastern Congo. Park officials say the Belgian director of Africa's oldest national park, a reserve in conflict-ridden eastern Congo, has been shot and seriously wounded. Three gunmen ambushed de Merode on Tuesday, April 15 according spokeswoman Joanna Natasegara. A statement on the park's website said he was traveling between Goma, a main city in the east near Rwanda's border, and Rumangabo at the time Natasegara said Wednesday. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay,File)DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — A member of Belgium's royal family who, as director of a vast national park in eastern Congo has tried to defend endangered mountain gorillas and other animals from poachers and the forests from illegal logging and charcoal production, was shot and seriously wounded as he drove in the area, officials said Wednesday.


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