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I’ve always gotten excited about the holidays and this is primarily due to the pleasantly improved attitudes displayed by most people. Many folks become more social, less negative, and generally tolerable throughout much of the holiday season.
(NAPSI)—Here’s a job you more than likely would not want: storing, pumping, handling, transporting and applying livestock manure to farm fields. Believe it or not, there are hundreds of thousands of farmers, ranchers and custom applicators who perform this important and essential task every year across the U.S.
(NAPSI)—When meat is on the menu, there’s a good chance it’s pork. Whether it’s bacon, ham or other favorites, pork accounts for about 40 percent of all global meat consumption.
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Think you dodged the flu this year? Experts at the University of Arizona Campus Health Service warn that the season isn't over yet.
Arizona ranked near the bottom in its percentage of people receiving flu vaccinations during the 2012-2013 season, an advocacy group reported this week.
Each year families look forward to the arrival of their out-of-town friends and relatives, but there is one visitor that comes around every year that tends to always overstay its welcome. It is quiet and always tends to surprise us at the most unwanted time. It’s the flu.
Flu workshop Oct. 4at Marana church
Since news of Michael Jackson's passing, there has been an emotional outpouring not seen perhaps since Princess Diana's death in 1997.
A medically compromised, 13-year-old boy in southwest Tucson has been identified as Pima County's first fatality due to complications from the H1N1 virus, the swine flu.
Letters to the editor published in the May 6, 2009, edition of The Explorer.
Explorer staff reports
"We forget ourselves and our destinies in health, and the chief use of temporary sickness is to remind us of these concerns."