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National Chicken Month: Celebrating The Original White Meat

Sep 02, 14 National Chicken Month: Celebrating The Original White Meat

Posted by in Health, Seasonal

Okay, so I am a vegetarian, but almost everyone in my life is a carnivore, and most of my carnivorous co-workers, friends, and family members love chicken. People love their chicken. And for all the chicken lovers out there, I have good news: September is National Chicken Month. That’s right. September is an entire month devoted to celebrating and eating chicken.

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World Alzheimer’s Month: 5 Brain-Health Tips From Bodybuilding Neurosurgeon

Sep 01, 14 World Alzheimer’s Month: 5 Brain-Health Tips From Bodybuilding Neurosurgeon

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During World Alzheimer’s Month, take steps to care for your most vital organ. As a fitness expert and neurosurgeon, Dr. Brett Osborn says he appreciates the growing public interest in general health and fitness. Now, he says, that attention needs to extend to arguably our most essential organ – the brain.

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5 Things Every Parent Should Know Before Sending Kids Back to School

Aug 22, 14 5 Things Every Parent Should Know Before Sending Kids Back to School

Posted by in Education, Health, Seasonal

It's that time of year again: parents are winding down summer plans and tightening the reins on bedtime schedules. And while adding anything else to the back-to-school to-do list may seem daunting, Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital has five tips that will make going back to school this year easier than ever.

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Why Bad Breath Complaints Heat Up In The Summertime


Jul 23, 14 Why Bad Breath Complaints Heat Up In The Summertime


Posted by in Health, Seasonal

Whether it’s a picnic, beach day, family gathering or a night out with friends, summer is a time when people come together for fun. Unfortunately, there is often a fly in the ointment when embracing the “fun season” – higher gas prices, forgetting your sunscreen, waiting in line for the rollercoaster, or that great social buzz kill, bad breath.

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Tour De France Champion Rides The Chunnel

Jul 10, 14 Tour De France Champion Rides The Chunnel

Posted by in Lifestyle, Seasonal

Last month, in the run-up to the Tour de France, which began in Yorkshire and had three days on British roads, Chris Froome took part in a very special ride -- in the Channel Tunnel, also known as the Chunnel!

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Microsoft’s Cortana Nails All World Cup Predictions

The digital personal assistant on Windows Phone 8.1, Cortana, has correctly predicted the outcomes of all elimination round matches at the Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup so far. Reports of the smartphone feature's success already began to appear during the first elimination phase.

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The Science Of Celebrating The Fourth (Of July)

Who does not love a good fireworks show? Nowadays, I do not enjoy these shows as much. Thanks to a level of acute hearing, the sound of the exploding fireworks can be painfully deafening. Still, that does not stop the science behind those incredible light shows from being a source of endless fascination.

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Happy World UFO Day!

Jul 02, 14 Happy World UFO Day!

Posted by in Seasonal, Space

At the end of this week, most Americans will be celebrating the Fourth of July with family and friends, but if you are looking for a different kind of celebration, look no further. Today, July 2, 2014, is World UFO Day. And just how can we celebrate this day? Well, let's take a look at some suggestions.

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How To Remember June 28 – 100 Years Later

Jun 28, 14 How To Remember June 28 – 100 Years Later

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This year, June 28 marks the 100th anniversary of the assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand -- heir apparent of the Austro-Hungarian Empire -- in Sarajevo. By early August the major powers of Europe were at war and the world would truly never be the same again.

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Father’s Day Flashbacks

Jun 15, 14 Father’s Day Flashbacks

Posted by in An English Angle, Lifestyle, Seasonal

Every year when Father's Day comes along, I get a few flashbacks. Like the first time you bring your first newborn baby home. You are on your own. It's a bit like setting up a new PC or a complicated piece of flat-packed furniture. You have the instructions, but nothing seems to fit. In the worst case scenario you can go get another one. You can’t do that with a baby.

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