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Your Kale Is Done – Literally

Apparently, the glory days for kale could be over. The bitter leafy green has been given its final rights as the ‘go-to’ health food by Amanda Mull, a writer for The Atlantic. In her article, “The Saddest Leafy Green”, she

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Ice Cream For Breakfast (For Your Mental Health)?

Every kid dreams of the day they are old enough to eat ice cream for breakfast every day. While most adults grow out of this fantasy, it is mostly due to health instead of desire. However, a study says ice

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Multiple Products Under Recall For Possible Listeria Contamination

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has been conducting product testing which has resulted in the recall of multiple products in recent days including; deli meats, kolbasa, and frozen as well as pre-cooked chicken products all for possible  Listeria monocytogenes contamination.

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International Coffee/Biscotti Day

Today is “International Coffee Day”, celebrating one of the world’s favorite beverages. It’s also to promote fair trade coffee and to raise awareness of the plight of coffee growers. Today is also “Biscotti Day”, an appropriate accompaniment for any cup

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Small Ways To Help The Environment Right Now

⇒ Turn the tap off when brushing your teeth:  That simple act can save 200 gallons (760 litres) of water per month. ⇒ Combine errands:  Take one trip to do multiple things and save gas, time, and the environment. Car

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Dog’s Health

Dog The Bounty Hunter, Duane Chapman, has been diagnosed with a life-threatening heart condition, just three months after losing his wife Beth Chapman to throat cancer. On today’s episode of “The Dr. Oz Show”, the 66-year-old learns he has a

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Fake Autumn Facts

• Pumpkin Spice was the sixth Spice Girl. • Dried up leaves are difficult to spot. • I will not gain any weight this Autumn. • The ‘m’ is silent. • During Autumn, the average household consumes 3.14 pumpkins…Or as

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A Cat’s Life

It turns out that man’s best friend has some competition. Scientists say they’ve proven that cats form strong bonds with people just like dogs do…they’re just often too aloof to show it. The team from Oregon State University says that

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Surprising Ways You’re Damaging Your Body

☞ Wireless earbuds:  Given how AirPods and similar devices fit snugly into the ear, they can increase the probability of infections in the ear canal and of impacted earwax. (Plus, that whole ‘going deaf’ thing…) ☞ Reheating pizza in the

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Coffee!…are you a connoisseur?

A Coffee Survey by Peet’s Coffee: – reveals that 43% of people consider themselves a coffee connoisseur. Other findings: – people say 7:35 a.m. is the perfect time for a first cup of coffee. – the average person has two

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Looking for love? Check out your palm.

Many people turn to the stars for relationship advice and send out pleas to the universe to figure your stuff out. But maybe the key to unlocking your love life has literally been in the palm of your hand this

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Are you happy? According to this poll average adult rates of happiness come in at a 6.3 out of 10.

If happiness in life were a test, many people would be getting an “F,” according to a new survey of 2,000 British adults. The average respondent rated their happiness level at just 6.3 out of 10, and a quarter say

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Tuesday’s here! Now some info to get your morning going…

Partly sunny into the afternoon w/ a Hi of 21 degrees. The Jays outlasted the Orioles and won 11 – 10 in 15 innings last night. The Leafs beat the Habs 3 – 0 in preseason action. The win came

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The autumnal equinox is upon us: On Monday, September 23, both the Northern and Southern hemispheres will experience an equal amount of daylight. For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, it marks the beginning of astronomical fall, with daylight

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What lengths would you go to to protect your goodies?

Some people will go to extreme lengths to save a beloved food item from being gobbled up — even if that means risking the wrath of a loved one. Stacey Lowe, a mom from Bridgend, Wales, was recently shocked to

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