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Archive | Healthy & Fit

New Technology Offers Hope for Tinnitus Sufferers, Trains Brain to Ignore Ringing

A recently FDA-cleared therapy trains the brain to ignore the “ringing in the ears” sensation known as tinnitus. Danielle Nottingham reports from Los Angeles. Report from Cedar Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles uses the Levo system for treatment for tinnitus sufferers. The Levo System, from OtoHarmonics Corporation in Portland, Oregon is a personal and […]

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CDC Expands E. coli Alert to Warn Against Consuming All Forms of Romaine Lettuce

Public health officials have upgraded an alert and are now telling consumers to avoid all types of romaine lettuce because of increase risk of serious illness from the consumption of common salad vegetable. The upgraded alert was activated after an Escherichia coli (E. coli) outbreak linked to the lettuce spread to at least 16 states […]

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CBS News 60 Minutes: Dr. Robert H. Lustig, MD Says Sugar Is Toxic

Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on new research showing that beyond weight gain, sugar can take a serious toll on your health, worsening conditions ranging from heart disease to cancer. Drinking a sugary drink might be just as bad for heart disease as fatty cheeseburgers that the government warned about in the 1970s. Dr. Robert H. […]

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Free Vanilla Ice Cream Cones at Dairy Queen: Giveaway Celebrates Spring Equinox

GIVEAWAY AVAILABLE AT NON-MALL LOCATIONS Dairy Queen will once again offer a giveaway of free vanilla ice cream cones at all of its non-mall locations in the United States on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 to celebrate the start of spring, and to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Dairy Queen offered the same […]

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New Target Store Grocery Section Open at Rand Rd and Thomas St, Arlington Heights

The new grocery section at the Target store opened last Thursday night as the store is nearing the finish of a major design overhaul. The stocking of shelves was ongoing Wednesday morning March 14, 2018, but the section is in good shape. The entire store is expected to be finished by about the end of […]

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Posted in Biz, Food, Front Page B, Shopping

Food-Delivery Apps GrubHub, Seamless, Amazon Key, And DoorDash Hit The Big Time

CNBC’s Jon Fortt discusses the latest advancements in food delivery apps including GrubHub, Seamless, Amazon Key and DoorDash with Recode’s Ed Lee and Wired’s Erin Griffith (MOBILE DATA WARNING: This is a 26-minute video). Amazon Key Amazon Key functions with in-home delivery when the customer is not home. Customers can use technology devices to watch […]

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Posted in Digital-Lifestyle, Dining +, Food

Teens Who Use E-Cigarettes Exposed to Toxic Chemicals, Study Published in Medical Journal Pediatrics

More and more teenagers have been trying e-cigarettes in recent years. Now, a new study shows adolescents who use them are exposed to significant levels of chemicals that could potentially cause cancer. CBS News’ Kenneth Craig reports. A study published March 1, 2018 in the medical journal Pediatrics discovered toxic and carcinogenic chemicals in vapor […]

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Cosmetic Surgeon Warns Against ‘Snapchat Dysmorphia’

Cosmetic surgeons and dermatology say social media filters are creating an unrealistic expectation of one’s image. Dr. J. Matthew Knight says patients request smaller power size in their skin, because their real life pores are bigger than their pore view through a Snapchat filter. People are using Snapchat filters as a source of inspiration for […]

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Hey There! Are Those Vegetables Local? Maybe Not at Farmer’s Markets in Canada

CBC News: Farmers market lies exposed: hidden camera investigation (Marketplace) Farmer’s market lies were exposed by CBC News: Using a hidden camera investigation answered the question … Is the produce you’re buying at the farmers market grown locally? CBC’s “Marketplace” goes on an undercover shopping trip and catches vendors lying about where their produce is […]

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Full Video: White House Physician Dr. Ronny Jackson in Press Briefing Regarding President Trump’s Recent Medical Exam

Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders with Dr. Ronny Jackson in a press briefing following President Trump’s most recent medical exam results (1:14:23). The medical examination was Friday, January 12, 2018 at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Age 71 year 7 months 75 inches Weight: 239 LBS Resting Heart Rate: 68 Blood Pressure: 122/74 […]

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Tomato Shortages, Tomato Prices Spiking After Hurricane Irma Delayed Florida Production

Tomato growers have faced delays and lower early yields following Hurricane Irma, which caused damage in Florida in the first half of September 2017. The lower volumes of Florida tomatoes have raised prices compared to the same time period in 2016. According to fruit and vegetable news source The Packer, the f.o.b. price reported Nov. […]

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Top Food Trends for 2018: Cooking Simple for Beginners, Meal Kits, and Whole Foods’ 365 on Amazon

CNN has offered tips for getting started with cooking at home. First of all start with simple recipes. Basic cooking equipment includes: a large cutting board, a sharp butcher’s knife, a large saucepan with a lid, a silicone spatula. Basic ingredients include salt, pepper and virgin olive oil … also beans, whole grains, nuts, dried […]

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