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Woman Lost 277 Pounds. Gets New Shape and New Life

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Woman Lost 277 Pounds. Gets New Shape and New Life

When Rhonda Martin bought her first Pedego electric bike in 2012, she weighed 457 pounds. “Riding an electric bike was my first form of exercise,” she said. “I could barely walk 150 steps at a time. With my Pedego, I began a journey to a new shape and a new life.” To date, Martin has [...]

President Barack Obama Sued Over Ebola Epidemic

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President Barack Obama Sued Over Ebola Epidemic

Larry Klayman, a former U.S. Department of Justice prosecutor and founder of Freedom Watch, announced Tuesday that he has personally filed a lawsuit against President Barack Hussein Obama and those in his administration. They include the director of the Center for Disease Control (CDC), who are recklessly exposing the American people to the deadly Ebola [...]

Top 20 Rattiest Cities. And Tips to Keep Rats Away

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Top 20 Rattiest Cities. And Tips to Keep Rats Away

Fall is a prime time for commensal rodents to actively seek food, water and shelter when temperatures drop and before the winter weather arrives. Each fall, rats and mice invade an estimated 21 million American homes. It only takes a hole the size of a quarter for a rat to squeeze inside, and a hole [...]

Americans Want Flights Banned from Ebola Countries

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Americans Want Flights Banned from Ebola Countries

America has started new layers of entry screening at five U.S. airports that receive over 94 percent of travelers from the Ebola-affected nations of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. However, 58% of Americans support banning all flights to the United States from countries experiencing an Ebola outbreak, according to a new NBC News scientific survey [...]

Ebola Screening Begins at Five U.S. Airports

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Ebola Screening Begins at Five U.S. Airports

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Department of Homeland Security’s Customs & Border Protection (CBP) begin new layers of entry screening at five U.S. airports that receive over 94 percent of travelers from the Ebola-affected nations of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. New York’s JFK International Airport will begin the new [...]

Free E-Cookbook Brings Kid-Friendly Recipes

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Free E-Cookbook Brings Kid-Friendly Recipes

The Kids Cook Monday, a national nonprofit campaign, aims to help parents incorporate family meals at least once a week by offering a variety of free online resources. The latest is The Family Dinner Date, an easy-to-navigate e-cookbook featuring recipes that parents and kids can easily prepare together. Each recipe in The Kids Cook Monday [...]

Is the U.S. Ready to Deal with Ebola Epidemic?

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Is the U.S. Ready to Deal with Ebola Epidemic?

President Barack Obama met with his senior health, homeland security, and national security advisors Monday to review the United States’ response to the Ebola epidemic. The participants discussed the Ebola case in Dallas, Texas; the United States’ broader preparedness plans; and both domestic and international efforts to contain and end the epidemic. Participants also discussed [...]

One Billion Meals for Starving Children

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One Billion Meals for Starving Children

The week of Oct. 5, hunger relief organization Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is celebrating a milestone in the organization’s 27-year history: one billion life-saving meals have been packed and donated to malnourished children in more than 70 countries throughout the world, according to FMSC. The nutritious MannaPack meals are packed at seven permanent sites: [...]

Sex Education: How to Get Proper Penile Erection

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Sex Education: How to Get Proper Penile Erection

Men will be able to choose the desired shape and size of the penis according to the sexual needs of their sex partners. By Rakesh Raman As a healthy penis plays an important role to ensure healthy relations between two sex partners, scientists have been working hard to invent new remedies for penile erection. An [...]

Wear Lee Jeans to Fight against Breast Cancer

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Wear Lee Jeans to Fight against Breast Cancer

Lee Jeans encourages people to celebrate Lee National Denim Day by putting on their jeans and donating $5 to the American Cancer Society’s fight against breast cancer. Lee National Denim Day has focused on raising money for the Society’s life-saving breast cancer research and support programs since 1996. With the American Cancer Society as Denim [...]

Slippery When Wet: What Makes Sex Amazing Instead of So-So

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Slippery When Wet: What Makes Sex Amazing Instead of So-So

Slippery When Wet: One Woman’s Journey Through the Mystery of Sex was released today (October 3, 2014) on Amazon Kindle with print versions to follow later this month. A mix of cutting edge insight from the science of sex and candid life stories from reproductive physiologist and author Dr. Joanna Ellington (“Dr. E”), this book [...]

Starbucks Opens First Community Store in Korea

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Starbucks Opens First Community Store in Korea

Celebrating its 15 years in Korea, Starbucks today opened the first Community Store in the Daehakro neighborhood of Seoul. KRW300 (30 cents U.S.) from every purchase at this store will go to Green Umbrella ChildFund Korea (GUCFK) to directly support lifelong skills development for youth through the Starbucks Comprehensive Youth Leadership Program. The Starbucks Comprehensive [...]