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(NewsUSA) - When it comes to natural marketing expertise, there may be no other like Peter Tabibian.
(Family Features) Americans love barbequing. There's something great about inviting friends and family over, firing up the grill, sitting back and eating a juicy burger with veggies in the backyard.
Top Photo Courtesy of Disney/ABC Artist Mariam Paré on the “Katie” show. Paré’s work is on one of the holiday cards on sale in October. (NAPS)
(BPT) - With so much information available about kids’ nutrition – what to eat, how to supplement and more – it’s hard to get a firm grasp on what it takes to raise a healthy child. In the U.S., a significant portion of children are not getting enough essential vitamins and nutrients, including vitamins D, E and A, and omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA according to the 2010 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.
(Family Features) For many parents, the back to school season means running from store to store in search of everything the kids need for a successful academic year. Use this special guide, which includes everything from on-trend footwear to portable chargers that power devices, to outfit your star pupils in style.
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(StatePoint) There’s something great about inviting company over, firing up the grill, sitting back and eating a juicy burger. Celebrity chef Michael Symon from the Food Network and ABC’s “The Chew,” is partnering with Bank of America to share tips for stress-free barbequing.
1. Obama vows justice for James Foley
1. U.S. helps break siege that trapped Yazidis atop an Iraqi mountain
1. Robin Williams dies at the age of 63
1. Israelis and Palestinians agree to new, 72-hour cease-fire
Drowning Impact Awareness Month (DIAM) began in August 2004 through the efforts of the Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Today, DIAM is the largest collaborative water safety effort in the state of Arizona. Governor Brewer, Drexel Heights Fire District Governing Board and Mayors across the state have signed proclamations designating August as Drowning Impact Awareness Month.Why August for DIAM?
1. Egypt's proposed three-day cease-fire begins in Gaza
1. Israel says it will hold fire in most of Gaza for seven hours
(BPT) - Good, nutritious meals are essential for children to grow healthy and strong, but you may be surprised to learn that millions of children suffer from “hidden hunger,” because they lack the essential vitamins and minerals needed for development. This can lead to permanent physical and mental impairments.
1. Court rules overturns Virginia's same-sex marriage ban
(BPT) - Esta es la perfecta temporada para disfrutar su plataforma. Pero antes de preparar esa jarra de limonada o encender el asador, es probable que quiera darle a esa área una necesaria remodelación.
(BPT) - Deck season is in full swing, but before you mix that pitcher of lemonade or fire up the grill, you may want to give your deck a much-needed makeover.
If you’re lucky to have had good vision all your life, you’ve probably skipped having regular eye exams—but there are some crystal-clear reasons to schedule a checkup with an optometrist or ophthalmologist, even when you can see with 20/20 vision.
One would think that law enforcement officers would enforce the law rather than try to circumvent it. Apparently Pinal County Sheriff Babeu missed that part of his orientation to be a sheriff. He said his appearance in Oracle on the 16th was to provide information to the community about these undocumented minors, something he said that the federal government wasn’t doing.
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School bells will ring and parents will sing! Back-to-school is coming up but it can be costly. A father-daughter duo in Tucson has done their homework and is helping families’ gear up for the new school year – at a fraction of retail prices. Just Between Friends of Tucson is getting ready for its upcoming event July 24-26 at the Tucson Convention Center.
1. Israel steps up its Gaza offensive as death toll rises
(NAPSI)—After a grueling winter, summer is finally here and Americans across the country are trading their heavier layers for lighter wear. Whether your idea of fun in the sun is a picnic at the park, hiking, volleyball on the beach or grilling in the backyard, it’s important to be mindful of one outer layer in particular: your skin. As seen on ABC’s “Good Morning America” and NBC’s “TODAY”, board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Jeanine Downie, offers these easy tips to help protect your skin while you embrace warm weather activities.