Study: Vitamin D Has No Clear Benefit for COPD Patients

Study: Vitamin D Has No Clear Benefit for COPD Patients Jan 16, 2012 — Much hope has been pinned on vitamin D to cure, prevent, or treat a host of diseases, including the lung disease chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). New research, however, may dash some of this enthusiasm for people with COPD, an umbrella […]

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Ed Meese: GOP Primary Should Be ‘Vigorous Debate’ Not ‘Slug Fest With Personal Attacks’

President Reagan meeting with Edwin Meese in the Oval Office on Oct. 16, 1981. (Reagan Library) (CNSNews.com) – Edwin Meese, a longtime adviser to Ronald Reagan who served as attorney general in Reagan’s administration, told CNSNews.com on Thursday that the Republican presidential candidates should have a “vigorous debate” on the issues during the primary campaign […]

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AIA sizes up bid for $6 billion ING Asia insurance

By Denny Thomas HONG KONG (Reuters) – AIA Group Ltd (HKSE:1299.HK – News), Asia’s third-largest insurer, is exploring making an offer for Dutch ING’s (Amsterdam:ING.AS – News) roughly $6 billion Asian insurance operations, sources said, with the planned sale of the business expected to draw heavy interest from rivals. AIA, about one third owned by […]

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How To Date On Facebook

Thinkstock “Think of the goldmine of cute girls your friends are likely hiding right under your nose.“ Who needs online dating when you have Facebook? Facebook makes it easy to hit on a friend of a friend. Since you and your dream girl have friends in common, she may be more at ease letting down […]

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Drowning Rates Drop by Nearly Half Over 16 Years

Drowning Rates Down for Kids in U.S. Jan. 16, 2012 — Fewer children were hospitalized for drowning-related incidents over the past 16 years, a new study shows. Hospitalization rates for children fell 49% across the country between 1993 and 2008, according to researchers from Johns Hopkins and the Arkansas Children’s Hospital. The number of children […]

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Obama on Pace to Borrow $6.2T in One Term—More Than All Presidents from Washington Through Clinton Combined

President Barack Obama and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert) (CNSNews.com) – President Barack Obama has been increasing the national debt during his presidency by an average of $4.24 billion per day ($4,240,506,004.34) putting him on a pace to increase the national debt by $6.2 trillion ($6,195,379,272,340.74) by the end of his term on […]

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Global shares, euro steady after S&P but outlook weak

By Richard Hubbard LONDON (Reuters) – European shares and the euro recovered from early losses on Monday in the wake of a mass downgrade of euro zone sovereign ratings, but trading was choppy with U.S. markets closed and the outlook for Greek debt talks uncertain. Standard Poor’s stripped France and Austria of their triple-A ratings […]

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Lessons In Cleaning House

This article is from the WebMD Feature Archive Lessons in Cleaning House Who knows better than parents that cleaning the house regularly helps keeps germs at bay and goes a long way toward preventing kids from catching colds, flu, and allergy symptoms? Sometimes, though, parents could use a helping hand when it comes time for […]

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Pastors Protest NYC Mayor Bloomberg for Stopping Churches–But Not Other Groups–from Meeting at Schools

(CNSNews.com) – New York City Councilman Fernando Cabrera and NYC religious leaders organized a rally at Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s State of the City speech on Thursday to protest the city’s decision to stop 60 churches–but not other groups–from meeting in public schools. Protest at New York City Law Department protesting the city’s decision to evict 60 churches […]

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Your First Kiss

Thinkstock “A kiss to a woman is like foreplay, and it can be like magic if you do it right.“ The big moment. It’s the end of the evening, and you’ve had a great time together. Now it’s time for the big kiss. So what do you do? How do you do it? Well, you […]

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