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He was Burger King royalty - both in life and in death! A Pennsylvania Burger King gave one loyal customer a final trip through the drive-through Saturday – at his funeral. David Kime Jr.’s entire funeral procession - including his hearse -...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Programs designed to prevent childhood obesity in the home don't affect kids' weight a year or more down the line, according to a review of the evidence. But that conclusion comes from only a small number of available...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Vendors at the Urban Garden Market decided they needed less wave and more zoom. Or maybe more of both. Each weekend, they'd try to wave customers into their quiet nook at LaSalle Square, about a block from the zoom of traffic on Lincoln...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMaking food can be as ordinary as peeling potatoes or as extrordinary as creating a delicious sauce for the perfect french fry. Being a father is a bit like that. Sometimes being a parent is a delight, and sometimes it’s a chore. But, like...
Special CorrespondentCheck this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: Partnership for cruise line The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), founded nearly 200 years ago to advance geographical science, is to...
So how are those New Year's resolutions going? Are you getting to work a little earlier? Hitting the gym more than once a month? Writing that novel? Eating more healthily? Maybe trying out a vegetarian diet? We can't help with the first few, but if you'...
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Muscle can turn into fat, lifting weights makes you look like Arnold, and a thousand crunches a day will give you a six-pack. Yes, fitness myths are many, and they are persistent â" like mosquitoes on a late-summer night. And they haven't changed much...
Los Angeles TimesMore than three-quarters of the nation’s public elementary schools face no state or district limits on the sale of sugary drinks, candy or salty snacks, according to a survey. Children eat at least a third of their meals at school, and spend...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who go on an extremely low calorie diet are more likely to develop gallstones than people on a moderately low calorie diet, according to a new study. Dr. Michael Jensen, a professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic,...
Tags: Mayo Clinic, Sweden, Science and Technology, Obesity, Health
After years of fighting for profitability, fending off Nasdaq delistings and losing market share to competition, Deerfield-based Cosi seems no closer to a happy ending. The fast-casual restaurant chain's chief executive, Carin Stutz, has stepped down,...
GranbyThe YMCA Teen Leaders of Granby have put countless hours into creating an educational community garden, and they can't wait to share it with everyone. "From the Ground Up," will be an organization dedicated to empowering students to become agents of...
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