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Giant Food Alerts Customers to Voluntary Recall of Grandma Taylor's Gourmet Dipping Cookies Sold in Giant Stores

Products recalled due to unlisted nut allergen LANDOVER, Md., Sept. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Giant Food has announced a voluntary recall of Grandma Taylor's Gourmet Dipping Cookies sold in Giant's Bakeshop as the items could contain nut allergens that are not declared on the labels. The...

In Tough Times, Kids May Find Solace With Grandparents

...for spoiling grandchildren, but a new study says they might also be helping the kids improve their social skills and behavior. Spending time with grandma and grandpa especially appears to help children from single-parent, divorced/separated or stepfamily households, according to the report, published in...

Diabetes Linked to Depression During and After Pregnancy

... the baby arrives. Try to set up extra help so you're not alone with the baby day after day, he said. "Years ago, when you brought a baby home, grandma and other family members were there. Now, grandmothers are working. And, if you have diabetes, too, it's an overwhelming situation. You're fatigued f...

Grassroots Group Gets Travel Advantage Network Support

...ations of time and money." This month, TAN employees Kristina Davis and Venus Dorrycott led the fund-raising efforts for Komen for the Cure. "My grandma had breast cancer," says Davis. "Her sister and her mother, too. It runs in my family." Every October, TAN chooses to support a breast cancer cha...

PBS KIDS(R) and PBS KIDS GO!(sm) Explore Halloween's Tricks and Treats

...Sue Ellen through the woods to locate her monsters. Clarissa is Cracked - grandma Thora gives her favorite doll, Clarissa, to D.W. for a week. D.W. treats th...issa when the doll breaks. D.W. and her family find a doll doctor to repair grandma Thora's treasured toy before she's returned. MAYA & MIGUEL - "La Calavera...

Seniors Having More Sex Than Ever

... Study finds big jump in number of those over 70 who are 'doing it' WEDNESDAY, July 9 (HealthDay News) -- When it comes to sex, grandma and grandpa are having more of it these days, new Swedish research suggests. According to the study, the last quarter century has seen a dramatic r...

After Effects: Giving Back Is Good for You

...her physician, stepped off the curb to raise funds for cancer research in the 5K "Y-Me Race to Empower" in Chicago. The Bolingbrook mom of three and grandma of three rallied her team of 16 angels at her side and 117 of her sixth grade students on the sidelines to raise more than $4,500 for breast cancer re...

Remembering 'Non-Traditional Moms' on Mother's Day

...Pages is shining the spotlight on ordinary people who are stepping up to assume "mom" duties in extraordinary ways. They include: -- Kate Foote, a grandma of three from Iowa, who has taken care of her two-year-old grandson, Hunter, for the last nine months following the birth of his baby sister, ...

Annual Cancer Run Draws Huge Response in US

...nt." The children were there with their great-auntie Teek, Auntie Carol and grandma Terry. grandma Terry Amble said her own grandmother died from breast cancer and her mother...

Valley's Winters - Time For Nostalgia And Salt Tea

...It not only provided the extra calories one needed to brave the winter cold but also renewed family bonds. It was more of a social custom in which the grandma served as a pivot around which the entire family revolved,' he recalls. This is not the only traditional recipe the locals are now trying to revi...
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Early identification of dementia increasingly difficult

... If grandma seems to forget things, will she end up demented? These days, memory loss is one of the very few symptoms that may signal which 70-year-olds risk deve...

Stroke patients soon may have fun, high-tech tool

...the sad things about stroke is that it is very isolating," she said. "If we can make the game fun for everyone, maybe grandchildren will jump in while grandma is doing her exercises. Then it won't just be a physical therapy session; it will be family time. It will help patients re-engage." Smith is collab...
Grandma in Biological Technology

Wisconsin 2020: A vision from a state senator

... work a lot, but their personal lives are more balanced because three generations now will live in Wisconsin thanks to the tax climate has allowed it. grandma and Grandpa are now there to help out and watch their grandchildren grow up. It would seem this dream has no impediment from becoming a reality; th...
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