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  • New antibacterial approved to treat complicated urinary tract infections
    New antibacterial approved to treat complicated urinary tract infections
    The Food and Drug Administration today approved a new antibacterial drug, Avycaz (ceftazidime-avibactam), to treat adults with complicated intra-abdominal infections and urinary tract infections, and complicated urinary tract infections ,...
  • How fathers-to-be can support pregnant women
    How fathers-to-be can support pregnant women
    When it comes to pregnancy, many men feel dazed and confused as to how to help their wives or significant others. The woman carries the child, endures the physical changes, brings the baby into the world and expects the father to share the ride...
  • Drawing away the winter blues
    Drawing away the winter blues
    Cold winter months and compounding snow, brings on feelings of sadness and despair. Research shows expressive therapies, like Art Therapy, helps alleviate these depressed symptoms. Before popping your next seasonal Prozac, consider other ways in...

Pets

  • Benny
    What Makes a Great Facility Partner
    The Love Dog Adventures animal therapy team is a small program, thus choosing our partner facilities is critical to the success of our volunteers and our host facility. We get far more requests than we can accommodate and we always want to serve...
  • Homes needed for lonely little Labrador puppies
    Homes needed for lonely little Labrador puppies
    Meet two little 12-week-old sisters named Bella and Buttercup. These adorable, lonely little Labrador and hound mixes are just waiting for homes. After all puppies need attention; they need to learn, to love and to romp around and have fun.Both...
  • Snout to mouth resuscitation by retired police officer saves drowning dog's life
    Snout to mouth resuscitation by retired police officer saves drowning dog's life
    In Jupiter, Florida, a retired New York police officer saved the life of a dog on Friday as he performed snout to mouth resuscitation after the dog was carried off by a big wave, reports wpbf.com.Tom Carey had been fishing when he heard Martha...

Home Improvement

  • Hoarding and Insurance Problems
    Hoarding and Insurance Problems
    One of the constant questions that is asked of by hoarding cleanup companies is whether or not they accept insurance as payment. As of now there hasn’t been a hoarding case in the years of experience that these companies have had that...
  • Mark, Roma & Wayne Fleming!
    God had to have scheduled A.D. Chap Oscar
    WORDLWIDE“We are people of deep faith and I believe God’s hands are all over it,” Wayne Fleming, Chaplain for Davidson County Sheriff’s Department. We both agreed that there’s a hunger for this kind of material....
  • Wills Garden Hints cards
    Household Hints Cigarette Cards-1936 (Nos. 6-10)
    This is the second in a series about DIY household hints collectibles vintage cards.HistoryWD & HOWillsCompany was started by Henry Overton Wills (1761-1826), who began a shop in Castle Street, Bristol in 1786.He traded as Wills, Watkins &...

Family & Parenting

  • Truly Scrumptious Clothing by Heidi Klum
    Truly Scrumptious Clothing by Heidi Klum
    My family and I live in New Jersey and I can officially say I am sick of the below zero weather, the ice and the snow. February is just about over, which means you have to get through March and then spring is basically here!! I can't wait. I...
  • East Coast spring break planning for 2015
    East Coast spring break planning for 2015
    Whether you're planning a big family vacation or a few short day trip getaways, spring break is just around the corner. An abundance of snow days this winter may shorten your school's spring break, so be sure to check your school's...
  • peanuts
    Infants exposed to peanuts less likely to develop allergy, study finds
    Children who were fed a weekly peanut snack from infancy through age 5 were 86 percent less likely to develop peanut allergies, a study published yesterday in the New England Journal of Medicine found. The 640 children in the study all suffer...