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Men's health program pushes the envelope to save young men's lives
(BPT) - In their 20s and 30s, most men feel invincible. The last thing on a young man's mind is cancer - let alone testicular cancer. At the age of 37, Sean Kimerling, a beloved, Emmy-award winning sports anchor and pre-game announcer for the New York Mets, was living his childhood dream when he was diagnosed. Before the...
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What do people think is too close during cough and cold season?
Did you know that 56 percent of Americans who suffer from a cough or cold are still working out at the gym, jumping on public transportation and liberally shaking hands? In addition, 19 percent of people are regularly kissing their significant other. To make matters worse, it's not just sick people with unhealthy habits, according to a new HALLS-commissioned survey that revealed 23 percent of healthy Americans make no effort to stay away from cough and cold sufferers. Since people will be vul...
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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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Tips and tricks for busy parents on the go
(BPT) - Parents are the ultimate multi-taskers. But with today's busy schedules, they can always use a little help - especially when it comes to providing their kids with quality, nutritious snacks. More than half of the parents felt there's one thing even more critical than diapers and sippy cups when they're out and ab...
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Mobile bookers are impulsive and short-term travelers [Infographic]
Mobile devices have truly become an integral part of the travel experience. With hundreds of travel apps for smartphones and tablets available, millions of people are adapting to the mobile way of life, especially when it comes to booking a last-minute hotel room or even planning holiday travel.
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Top trends in kitchen cabinetry
(BPT) - 'A kitchen provides physical and spiritual nourishment, and for many homes is now the heart and soul of family life.' That's how Terence Conran opened his classic Kitchen Book 20 years ago, and it's probably even truer today. The kitchen's central importance in most households means that Americans are paying more...
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Making your home more personal
(BPT) - With so many TV shows, publications, websites and social networks focusing on home design, gathering expert tips and real-world inspirations to make over your home is easier than ever. Use these sources of inspiration and ideas as a starting point, and inject personality by adding layers to the space with individ...
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How people pay each other: more texts, less checks [Infographic]
When it comes to paying other people, cash is still king, but times are changing. The 2013 'How Americans Pay Each Other' survey from Fiserv, provider of the social payment service Popmoney , revealed that cash and checks are increasingly being replaced by emails and texts to send, request or receive money. With 79 percent of respondents saying they would use a person-to-person (P2P) payment service from their bank, it may only be a matter of time before the 'check is in the mail' becomes 'th...
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Ask the Pharmacist: Are you at risk for hepatitis C?
(BPT) - What do Mickey Mantle, Evel Knievel, Naomi Judd, Pamela Anderson, Jim Nabors and Keith Richards have in common? They have all faced hepatitis C. And they are not the only ones; about 3.2 million Americans have chronic hepatitis C. It claims the lives of more people each year than HIV/AIDS and is the leading cause...
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Your zzz's count this holiday season, so start counting them
(BPT) - Between squeezing extra activities into your schedule, finding time to bake holiday treats for your children's classrooms and organizing a mini family reunion, the holiday season might be causing you a bit of stress. And if that stress is affecting your sleep, you could be caught up in the vicious cycle of exhaus...
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Why older adults must understand their flu vaccine options and get vaccinated
(BPT) - With the 2013-2014 flu season officially here, it's important to consider the single best way to prevent influenza (commonly known as 'the flu') - the flu vaccine. What many older adults don't know is that the immune system weakens with age, meaning older adults are at a higher risk for flu and related complicati...
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Bathroom decor: Big bang ideas for less than $100
(BPT) - When it comes to bathroom decor, tastes and preferences are as common and varied as wrinkles on elbows. A look that delights one homeowner may disgust another, but one trend suits everyone's taste: saving money. You may want your bathroom redo to look like you spent a million bucks on it, but you can get a whole ...
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Secretary of State John Kerry speaks about the situation with Ukraine and Russia from the State Department in Washington, Thursday, April 24, 2014. Kerry is accusing Russia of failing to live up to commitments it made to ease the crisis in Ukraine. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)Sec. of State Kerry says Russia has failed to live up to its commitments on Ukraine.


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U.S. President Barack Obama is welcomed by South Korean President Park Geun-hye at the Blue House in Seoul, South Korea, Friday, April 25, 2014. Obama, continuing his four-nation Asia trip which began in Japan, is expected to underscore warnings against North Korean nuclear provocations, calls to lower tensions in regional territorial disputes, and words of condolence for the ferry disaster victims and the people of South Korea. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — President Barack Obama is sitting down with South Korea's President Park Geun-hye, whose attention is unavoidably split between her economic agenda with Obama and the unfolding aftermath of a tragic ferry disaster.


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FILE - In this Wednesday, May 30, 2012, file photo, former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens speaks at a lecture presented by the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Ark. Stevens says he thinks the federal government should legalize marijuana. The 94-year-old retired justice tells NPR that public opinion has changed on the issue. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens says he thinks the federal government should legalize marijuana.


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