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2014/04/24 21:47
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The booming business of electronic cigarettes is facing its first potential regulations. Some critics say it's taken the government too long to start the process. "It is inexcusable that has taken...
2014/04/24 21:47
2014/04/24 21:47
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2014/04/24 17:57
2014/04/24 17:57
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Maritza Lopez, of Coconut Grove, allowed her daughter to experiment with electronic cigarettes and Hookah flavors -- apple, mint, cherry, coconut and watermelon -- which she thought were not...
2014/04/24 01:38
2014/04/24 01:38
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SAN PABLO -- A "Respiratory Rally" next month will offer tips to help people manage lung disease and live longer, healthier lives. Sponsored by the Contra Costa County Health Services Department and...
2014/04/23 23:39
2014/04/23 23:39
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Bioengineered organs, still largely the stuff of sci-fi, may have just moved a step closer to reality with reports that scientists have successfully implanted lab-made lung tissue into living...
2014/04/23 23:36
2014/04/23 23:36
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TALLAHASSEE — The Florida House unanimously approved a bill Wednesday barring the sale of e-cigarettes to minors, but the legislation still will need approval in the Senate because the House inserted...
2014/04/23 15:02
2014/04/23 15:02
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Phyllis Jean Thornton, 81, Uniontown, Ohio died Saturday, April 19, 2014 at Akron City hospital, Akron, Ohio. She was born September 15, 1932 to Lewie Lee and Helen Lourine (Jones) Newby in...
2014/04/23 08:31
2014/04/23 08:31
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Scranton Area Ministerium/Lackawanna County Center for Family Engagement: Care Fair, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Elm Park Church, Linden St. and Jefferson Ave. 570-342-8263. Lackawanna County Department of...
2014/04/23 06:55
2014/04/23 06:55
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The trouble with biomass carbon "offsets": Growing trees absorb carbon from the air (1-4). Burning wood releases it again (5); just like burning coal or oil (6). “Offsets” imagine that carbon released...
2014/04/22 00:11
2014/04/22 00:11
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How fitting was it that Meb Keflezighi won the Boston Marathon on a picture-perfect Monday in Beantown? If there was a year that an American should win our most prestigious 26.2-miler, this was...
2014/04/20 04:08
2014/04/20 04:08
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WILKES-BARRE — The American Lung Association in Pennsylvania is to host its 12th annual Wilkes-Barre Fight for Air 5K Run and Walk on June 7 at King’s College Betzler Fields, 221 Highland Park Blvd....
2014/04/19 15:01
2014/04/19 15:01
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Smoking not only affects the smoker but those around them and that includes pets. The Nebraska Humane Society says secondhand smoke can lead to major health problems in animals. Dogs, cats, birds and...
2014/04/19 04:07
2014/04/19 04:07
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Kim Criswell, a Hixson High School alumna who is now an internationally known musical theater actress and recording artist, will be presented the 2014 Tennessee Woman of Distinction Award by the...
2014/04/19 02:45
2014/04/19 02:45
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HERMITAGE PA - There will be services held at 1 p.m. Monday April 21, 2014, at the Stewart-Kyle Funeral Home in Hubbard for Jane D. Chupka, 93, formerly of Lower Burrell, Pa., who passed away Thursday...
2014/04/18 13:57
2014/04/18 13:57
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... The Nodaway County Crusade Against Cancer (NCCAC) organization was recently recognized by the National Association of County and City Health Officials. Stated in their newsletter, the national...
2014/04/17 18:08
2014/04/17 18:08
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I hope by the time you read this, spring will have sprung and you will be motivated to start spring cleaning. To access the floors, walls and furniture we begin by getting rid of clutter, which...
2014/04/17 05:07
2014/04/17 05:07
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FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- More than 25 million Americans suffer from asthma. Steroids, inhalers, and pills are some of the main methods used to control symptoms. However, soon there may be a new way...
2014/04/16 21:09
2014/04/16 21:09
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Environmental groups say Pennsylvania's federally mandated plan to reduce smog would allow coal-fired power plants to emit more pollution than they do now. The state has been working on a proposal to...
2014/04/16 14:32
2014/04/16 14:32
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Ruth Ann Johnson Read of La Vernia, Texas, passed away Tuesday, April 8, 2014. She was born Dec. 5, 1931, in High Point, N.C., to T.S. and Kathleen Johnson. Ruth married her husband, Mack Read, on...
2014/04/16 11:49
2014/04/16 11:49
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Electronic cigarettes are supposed to be designed to wean adults off smoking traditional cigarettes, but a new report suggests that they may do the opposite for children. The marketing and sale of...
2014/04/16 07:53
2014/04/16 07:53
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State officials are appealing a $63 million reduction in Indiana’s share of tobacco master settlement payments. But even without the penalty, Indiana’s tobacco prevention and cessation efforts are...
2014/04/24 21:47
2014/04/24 21:47
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