20 Everyday Foods That Can Surprisingly Kill You 20 Everyday Foods That Can Surprisingly Kill You
20 Everyday Foods That Can Surprisingly Kill You
Do you think you eat healthy? Or do you at least try to avoid things that are bad for you? Well, you might be surprised at what foods —natural foods, not foods soaked in chemicals—have the potential to kill you. Not to be alarmist, or prevent you from enjoying some nutritious fruits and veggies, but it is important to know the dangers. From pit... View Article
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20 Everyday Foods That Can Surprisingly Kill You
25 Disastrous Marketing Fails That Actually Happened 25 Disastrous Marketing Fails That Actually Happened
25 Disastrous Marketing Fails That Actually Happened
Marketing teams are tasked with the difficult job of grabbing your attention and convincing you purchase items or services. In years past, many have succeeded in creating effective and compelling marketing campaigns for businesses. But every once in a while marketers get it horribly wrong—and the outcome can be quite detrimental. While great campai... View Article
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25 Disastrous Marketing Fails That Actually Happened
The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 2: Montana – Wyoming) The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 2: Montana – Wyoming)
The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 2: Montana - Wyoming)
Fall is not only beautiful to look at, it’s filled with fun, seasonal activities. From visiting corn mazes to going apple picking, fall is full of fun things to do all over the country. The season may look a little different in every state, but there are plenty of ways to celebrate no matter where you are. From Germany-approved Oktoberfests t... View Article
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The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 2: Montana - Wyoming)
The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 1: Alabama – Missouri) The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 1: Alabama – Missouri)
The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 1: Alabama - Missouri)
Fall is not only beautiful to look at, it’s filled with fun, seasonal activities. From visiting corn mazes to going apple picking, fall is full of fun things to do all over the country. The season may look a little different in every state, but there are plenty of ways to celebrate no matter where you are. From Germany-approved Oktoberfests t... View Article
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The Best Thing to Do in Every State This Fall (PART 1: Alabama - Missouri)
Celebs Who Have Insured Their Body Parts for Millions Celebs Who Have Insured Their Body Parts for Millions
Celebs Who Have Insured Their Body Parts for Millions
We insure our homes, our cars and our lives; however, when it comes to Hollywood, some celebrities have much more at stake. What would a singer do for income if she or he completely demolished their vocal cords? How does a dancer pay their rent if they blow a knee? What does a model do if they disfigure their moneymaker and can no longer model? ... View Article
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Celebs Who Have Insured Their Body Parts for Millions
Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Across The US Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Across The US
Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Across The US
Not only is fall known for its stunning foliage, great travel rates, and pumpkin-spiced treats— it’s famous for festivals like Oktoberfest, the annual beer-drinking festival, which kicked-off this past Saturday. Of course, the original Oktoberfest will be celebrated in Munich, Germany, where the weeks-long event attracts more than 6 millio... View Article
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Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Across The US
21 Foods & Drinks Surprisingly Named After Real People 21 Foods & Drinks Surprisingly Named After Real People
21 Foods & Drinks Surprisingly Named After Real People
What’s in a name? You may already know that the Earl of Sandwich supposedly invented his eponymous meal in the 18th century, but did you know that bananas foster, Granny Smith apples, and Caesar salad were also named after real people? And no — the latter is not named after Julius Caesar. INSIDER rounded up 21 popular foods and drinks that... View Article
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21 Foods & Drinks Surprisingly Named After Real People
Hello Autumn! 20 Things That Are Better in The Fall Hello Autumn! 20 Things That Are Better in The Fall
Hello Autumn! 20 Things That Are Better in The Fall
The first official day of Fall is right around the corner. This year’s Autumnal Equinox falls on September 22, 2017, and with it comes the beginning of many people’s favorite seasons. Sure, the summer has sun and beach vacays, the winter has snow and sports, but fall is an especially magical season that’s often overlooked.  With its stun... View Article
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The Raw Truth About Unpasteurized Milk

The Raw Truth About Unpasteurized Milk

June 6, 2014 8:30 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 4212
Your local farmer’s market may be your first stop for farm-fresh summer fare, but certain foods can carry serious risks. Raw dairy products – those sold without having gone through a heating process called pasteurization – have been touted as cures for conditions ranging from allergies to high blood pressure. There’s no science to back… View Article
E-Cigarette TV Ads Target Kids, Study Finds

E-Cigarette TV Ads Target Kids, Study Finds

June 5, 2014 12:30 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1524
Cigarette ads may have been banned from television since 1971, but that hasn’t stopped electronic cigarette makers from placing TV ads likely to be seen by children and young adults. Researchers at Research Triangle Institute International found that between 2011 and 2013, e-cigarette TV advertisements that reached children increased by 256 percent, and those that reached young… View Article

Google Glass Enters the Operating Room

June 5, 2014 11:00 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1596
DURHAM, N.C. — Before scrubbing in on a recent Tuesday morning, Dr. Selene Parekh, an orthopedic surgeon here at Duke Medical Center, slipped on a pair of sleek, black glasses — Google Glass, the wearable computer with a built-in camera and monitor. He gave the Internet-connected glasses a voice command to start recording and turned to… View Article
Google’s Disclosure Pressures Silicon Valley

Google’s Disclosure Pressures Silicon Valley

June 5, 2014 8:30 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1327
Google’s decision to lay bare its lack of diversity ramps up the pressure on other Silicon Valley companies to increase the number of women and minorities among technology workers. Women make up 30 percent of employees and 91 percent of staff are either white or Asian, the Mountain View, California- based company disclosed in a… View Article
House Panel: Schools Can Opt Out of Nutrition Requirements

House Panel: Schools Can Opt Out of Nutrition Requirements

June 4, 2014 2:30 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 815
On May 29, the House Appropriations Committee pulled the thread that will unravel four hard-fought years of work for healthy kids. They passed a bill that would allow school districts to opt out of federal nutrition requirements if they can prove that their food services program lost money for a six-month period since 2012. Once… View Article

Iranian hackers use fake Facebook accounts to spy on U.S., others

June 4, 2014 12:00 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1497
In an unprecedented, three-year cyber espionage campaign, Iranian hackers created false social networking accounts and a bogus news website to spy on military and political leaders in the United States, Israel and other countries, a cyber intelligence firm said on Thursday. ISight Partners, which uncovered the operation, said the targets include a four-star U.S. Navy admiral, U.S…. View Article
'Hunger Games' 2015 Tour Could Lead To Theme Park

‘Hunger Games’ 2015 Tour Could Lead To Theme Park

June 4, 2014 8:30 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1229
Katniss Everdeen and company will hit the road in 2015. Lionsgate Entertainment announced The Hunger Games: The Exhibition, a tour that will visit U.S. cities in the summer of 2015. The move, announced Friday, could be the first towards an actual Hunger Games theme park. The exhibition will be featured in major museums and institutions across the country, and… View Article
Teen Stress: How Parents Can Help

Teen Stress: How Parents Can Help

June 3, 2014 2:31 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1142
Watch any John Hughes movie, and it’s easy to dismiss teen stress as a melodrama of hormones and prom dates. In reality, teenagers have a lot to fret about, including, to be sure, what parents may perceive as melodrama. But even if parents can’t quite relate to them, the fact is, many teens are stressed,… View Article
Sunlamps And Tanning Beds Get FDA Warning

Sunlamps And Tanning Beds Get FDA Warning

June 2, 2014 8:30 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 2850
The Food and Drug Administration has issued a final decision to reclassify sunlamp products and ultraviolet or UV lamps used in indoor tanning salons. The federal agency has changed the labeling requirements from low-risk to moderate-risk devices. They are also requiring the products carry a black box, visible to consumers, that states the products should… View Article
Stocks Mixed On Consumer Spending, Sentiment Data

Stocks Mixed On Consumer Spending, Sentiment Data

May 30, 2014 4:32 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 2316
Stocks were mostly unchanged Friday as investors reacted to two negative economic reports that focused on U.S. consumers. Lions Gate Entertainment plunged more than 10 percent after the film studio known best for “The Hunger Games” reported a steep drop off in quarterly income. KEEPING SCORE: The Dow Jones industrial average lost 18 points, or… View Article