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DEA marijuana announcement to offer modest adjusments

August 11, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
DEA marijuana announcement to offer modest adjusments

A DEA announcement on medical marijuana is set for Thursday, according to several reports. According to insiders, once more the American government will make it clear that it is still against the use of marijuana for medical purposes. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will cite the following reason for its decision “it does not believe […]

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Banner Health cyberattack affects at least 3.7 million people

August 4, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Banner Health cyberattack affects at least 3.7 million people

A cyberattack on Banner Health has left at least 3.7 million people compromised. In an email, Banner Health has apologized to those affected and offered a free one-year membership in monitoring services for the inconvenience. A cyberattack on Banner Health is making headlines. This week, about 3.7 million people – patients, employees, and independent contractors […]

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Insects burger? Restaurants in London face new kind of protest

July 31, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 1 Reply More
Insects burger? Restaurants in London face new kind of protest

Insects were thrown inside two burger restaurants by protesters. Activists tossed live cockroaches and crickets in the Byron Hamburgers Limited restaurants after immigration officials detained dozens of workers. Hundreds of insects were crawling inside two burger restaurants in England; maybe they should contact Chief Mouser Larry or Gladstone to chase them away. On Friday, several […]

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Hy-Vee black bean recall linked to plastic and metal

July 22, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Hy-Vee black bean recall linked to plastic and metal

A voluntary black bean recall is in effect. Hy-Vee has announced that it is pulling thousands of cans of non-salted black beans after discovering a pen in one can. On Thursday, Hy-Vee, an employee-owned chain of 240 supermarkets located throughout the Midwestern United States, announced that it was issuing a recall of its canned black […]

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California vaccine law angers some parents

July 3, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
California vaccine law angers some parents

A California vaccine law, which is now in effect, has many parents getting ready to pull their children out of school. The law, which eliminates the option for parents to use personal and religious beliefs to avoid vaccination, was voted after a measles outbreak in 2014. A new California vaccine law went into effect on […]

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Nature Valley bars recalled due to possible listeria contamination

June 27, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 1 Reply More
Nature Valley bars recalled due to possible listeria contamination

Put down that cereal bar because Nature Valley Protein Chewy Bars and Nature Valley Simple Nut Bars are being recalled. General Mills issued the recall after learning that the sunflower kernel oil used to make the bars might be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. People can blame sunflower oil for the latest Nature Valley bars recall. […]

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Hostess recall June 2016: Peanut exposure linked to snack cakes and donuts

June 6, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Hostess recall June 2016: Peanut exposure linked to snack cakes and donuts

Another Hostess recall is currently taking place. In a press release issued by Hostess Brands, LLC, it was announced that they are pulling more than 710,000 cases of snack cakes and donuts from supermarket shelves due to undeclared peanut residue in flour. Put down that doughnut or Ding Dong because a new Hostess recall has […]

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Esther and Dan Levy go from despair to cautious hope regarding son Andrew

May 14, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Esther and Dan Levy go from despair to cautious hope  regarding son Andrew

Esther and Dan Levy are happy that their boy, Andrew Levy, is alive and doing well, just months after they planned his funeral. Andrew Levy, who was diagnosed with acute megakaryoblastic leukemia, had one year to live and his parents made the tough choice to stop his treatment – that decision saved the child’s life. […]

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Frozen vegetable recall linked to listeria outbreak

May 10, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Frozen vegetable recall linked to listeria outbreak

A frozen vegetable recall from Trader Joe’s CRF Frozen Foods due to a listeria outbreak is making headlines. The recall concerns organic peas, broccoli, corn, and Trader Joe’s Chicken Fried Rice. A frozen vegetable recall from Trader Joe’s has been expanded to certain Trader Joe’s Chicken Fried Rice. This week, an outbreak of listeria across […]

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Chick-fil-A Cookie Recalled: Chocolate Chunk Cookies Linked To Undeclared Peanut

April 27, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 1 Reply More
Chick-fil-A Cookie Recalled: Chocolate Chunk Cookies Linked To Undeclared Peanut

Chick-fil-A’s cookies that were recalled over peanut allergies are making headlines. The company revealed that it is recalling all Chick-fil-A Chocolate Chunk Cookies from their restaurants because they contain peanuts. Chick-fil-A has recalled their famous cookies from all their restaurants. In a press release, the fast food restaurant chain headquartered in Georgia, revealed that they […]

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Soy microbial pathogens find could prevent some food contamination

April 26, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 7 Replies More
Soy microbial pathogens find could prevent some food contamination

Soy can prevent microbial pathogens contamination on food, says a new study. According to Professor Suresh Neethirajan, soy or soya bean is proven to be a better and safer natural anti-microbial agent than the current roster of synthetic chemicals. The food industry should be using soy or soya beans to stop the growth of microbial […]

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Mom delays brain cancer treatment to protect unborn baby

March 30, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Mom delays brain cancer treatment to protect unborn baby

A mom delays brain cancer treatment until the birth of her baby, and the touching story makes headlines. Kim Vaillancourt, a pregnant mom of five, recently discovered that she was battling brain cancer and declined to undergo treatment in order to give birth to a healthy baby boy. A mom delays brain cancer treatment despite […]

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Sacramento Norco Deaths Linked To Illegal And Tainted Painkillers

March 30, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Sacramento Norco Deaths Linked To Illegal And Tainted Painkillers

Several Sacramento Norco deaths have been linked to illegal and tainted painkillers that are circulating in the California county. According to Sacramento officials, six people have died after overdosing on Norco painkillers they illegally obtained from the streets. Six Sacramento Norco deaths are making headlines. It has been confirmed by Dr. Olivia Kasiyre, Sacramento County […]

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Arsenic In Texas Water: Is This Like Flint?

March 15, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Arsenic In Texas Water: Is This Like Flint?

Arsenic in Texas’ water? Is this a Flint-like crisis looming? According to an environmental group, many communities in Texas have a high level of arsenic in their drinking water, and the government has taken no concrete action to resolve the matter. Arsenic has been found in Texas water, according to a lengthy report published by […]

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Teacher donates kidney to student in Wisconsin

March 12, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Teacher donates kidney to student in Wisconsin

An admirable teacher donates a kidney to one of her young students upon learning she is a match, and the story makes headlines. The video of Jodi Schmidt, an elementary teacher in Wisconsin, announcing her selfless decision to Natasha Fuller and her family has gone viral. Here is a story that will have you saying, […]

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Dog Flu In 26 States: What Can You Do?

February 21, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 2 Replies More
Dog Flu In 26 States: What Can You Do?

Dog flu spreads in 26 states and dog owners are now wondering what should they do to protect their pets. According to experts, if a dog is in contact with other dogs, (at home or in a park), the owner is advised to give the animal a flu shot. Dog flu spreads in 26 states, […]

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More twins being born in US than ever before: CDC twin birth rate hits new nigh, record is still not enough to replace previous generation

December 29, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
More twins being born in US than ever before: CDC twin birth rate hits new nigh, record is still not enough to replace previous generation

A CDC report claims more and more twins are being born in America because women are having children at an older age, and the use of fertility treatments. The CDC revealed that in 2014 there were 33.9 twins born for every 1,000 births compared to 1980 when the rate was 18.9 twins per 1,000 births. […]

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Penn Jillette 120-Pound Weight Loss Brought New Outlook On Things

December 11, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | 1 Reply More
Penn Jillette 120-Pound Weight Loss Brought New Outlook On Things

Penn Jillette adds 120-pound weight loss to his résumé, and it only took him about four months to shed the pounds. In several interviews, Jillette, a famous magician, explained that he dropped the weight by going vegan and by linking his scale to a friend’s phone. Penn Jillette‘s 120-pound weight loss is an impressive accomplishment, […]

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