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3fatchicks.com

January 18, 2010

High fructose corn syrup remains as one of the most controversial health topics.

The facts continue to pour out, and you have the ability to understand why corn syrup, and the variations of the substance, extremely hinders the health of people across the world.

3news.co.nz

by Lloyd Burr

November 7, 2011

New Zealand is not often a country associated with child poverty and it would come as a surprise to many New Zealanders that hundreds of thousands of children are growing up in this country in conditions of relative poverty.

Relative poverty means going without doctor's visits, shoes, wet weather clothing, sports and other recreation activities, child welfare lobby group Every Child Counts says. New Zealand has a rheumatic fever rate that is 14 times the OECD average. The risk of rheumatic fever is nearly 28 times higher for a Maori child and nearly 54 times higher for a Pasifika child when compared to a European child.

3newsnow.com

September 16, 2017

Megan Finlan and Stephen Bauer, foster parents who admitted to withholding food from an 8-year-old boy as punishment, were sentenced to 5-10 years in jail after pleading no contest to five counts of negligent child abuse in July.

The boy, Camron, weighed as little as 32 pounds at age 8 and he in November of 2015, staff at Florence Elementary reported that he was underweight. The boy would also eat food out of the trash at school.

411mania.com

by Enrique

February 21, 2013

President Barack Obama's State of the Union address last week was the lowest rated since Bill Clinton's swansong in 2000. If you feel it's hard to get excited about the rubbish this guy continues to peddle, you're not alone.

Among the tedious list of bromides and half-truths, two objectives seem to stand out in Obama's speech - raising the minimum wage to $9.00 per hour, and establishing a universal preschool entitlement. I wish I could say it's not often the POTUS advocates policies that are unsupported by available evidence. Since I can't say that, let's review the evidence that shows minimum wage hikes and government preschool are bad ideas.

5newsonline.com

by Katie Kormann

July 21, 2013

Arkansas law enforcement may now test a person's saliva to determine if they are under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Arkansas law enforcement may now test a person's saliva to determine if they are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The law was passed in March and went into effect July 17. Lieutenant Allan Marx with the Sebastian County Sheriff's Department was a driving force behind the changing law. He said before the Arkansas DWI law changed, officers could test a person's blood, urine and breath. Marx said while working a case last year, he learned about saliva testing and recognized a need for it in Arkansas. "If there's ever a new way, a new tool that we can use to help not only law enforcement but help the public and the safety of the people out there, it needs to be used," said Marx. "I believe this product is going to save lives."

6abc.com

by Wendy Saltzman

February 16, 2017

Could a common over the counter medication be sickening kids? That's what a study under way at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is trying to figure out.

A group of families approached Action News with disturbing claims that children have developed neuro-psychiatric problems after taking MiraLAX. Action News has learned this medication is being regularly prescribed off label to infants and toddlers, when it's not recommended for use to anyone under 17.

6abc.com

May 28, 2015

A surgical device used on millions of women may be responsible for spreading a deadly cancer.

The FBI office in Newark, New Jersey is leading the investigation into the device, which is made by Johnson and Johnson and other companies. The laparoscopic power morcellator was once used on tens of thousands of women every year.

7designs.co

by Ross Johnson

July 27, 2010

As designers we have to be aware of the function of our work and design as much as we care about the aesthetics and visuals.

There are a lot of terms for the design of how the site functions and works, from "usability design" to "user experience," what remains constant is that if we want to become better designers we have to pair these two concepts together. Using clear and effective design laws as guides we can use proven formulas for better design. These laws both assist in the usability / experience of our design as well as the aesthetic values. Furthermore being able to refer and cite these laws when presenting or discussing design you can further establish yourself as a expert with justified reasons for your design choices.

7dvt.com

by Ken Picard

August 22, 2012

Attorney Kevin Kite put his legal career on hold in 2005 to homeschool his two boys, ages 9 and 13.

Kite and his wife, Middlebury College professor Michelle McCauley, say they don't object to public or private education, but came to the realization that their sons would do better outside of school, each learning at his own pace. The New Haven couple is among a growing number of Vermont parents who are opting to educate their children themselves. And, like many of their fellow stay-at-home teachers, they're up in arms about a July 23 memo from Vermont Education Commissioner Armando Vilaseca that seeks to clarify the rules for the alternative form of education also known as "home study."

7liveonline.com

February 24, 2012

Many people buy organic foods from the grocery thinking that it's the healthy thing to do. Other people don't buy organic foods at all, thinking they're too expensive and just a scam by the food industry.

Many people buy organic foods from the grocery thinking that it's the healthy thing to do. Other people don't buy organic foods at all, thinking they're too expensive and just a scam by the food industry. Watch the interview...

      
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