Anyone who takes medication prescribed for someone else puts themselves at risk of illness or even death - and this applies to your pets, too!
Port Angeles Shooting: Jordan, Darrell Iverson Identified In Washington Triple Homicide
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This is the definition of brave.
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Should people on the no-fly list be able to buy guns? Yes.
Dec 07, 2015 | 4:24 PM Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) holds up her passport last month during a news conference about Democratic legislative proposals to combat terrorism. (Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images) It seems simple enough: If the federal government, based on intelligence or policing, puts a person on its watch list of suspected terrorists or decrees that he or she is too dangerous to be allowed on an airplane, then surely it would also be foolish to let that person buy a firearm in the United States. Makes sense, doesn't it That was the thrust of a proposed law by Sen. Dianne Feinstein President Obama in his Oval Office address Sunday evening. "What could possibly be the argument for allowing a terrorist suspect to buy a semiautomatic weapon?" the president asked. When…
How Trump has impacted the construction industry so far
From border wall plans to an order expediting future projects, contractors are trying to keep up with all of the president's moves during his first days in office.
What Happens When You Don't Shoot: Meet Stephen Mader
Early in the morning of May 6, 2016, Weirton Police Officer Stephen Mader responded to a domestic dispute call. When he arrived on the scene, he encountered R.J. Williams, a young African American man. When Officer Mader asked Mr. Williams to show his hands, Mr. Williams revealed that he was holding a gun. As Mr....
Amsterdam: 'Terrorist motive' alleged in attack on Americans
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Public Service Announcement: This is how you should make your divots on the driving range
This is important information, so listen up:If you like grass on driving range, then please -- we implore you -- don't just scatter your range balls all over the place and start hitting them. Keep...
5 Surprising Foods Doctors Swear By
Follow the lead of top nutrition experts with this roundup of the five foods doctors swear by, inspired by my new book of healthy food swaps, Eat It to Beat It 1. Greek yogurt Gerard Mullin, M.D., director of the Johns Hopkins Integrative GI Nutrition Services and author of "The Inside Tract: Your Good Gut Guide to Great Digestive Health" Greek yogurt for palatability, satiation and protein content. Yogurt is also great for feeding the good bugs that live in your intestine, which improves the health of your microbiome, the community of microorganisms that live in your body. More and more research is pointing to probiotics as an effective treatment for weight management and obesity. It's amazing that feeding the good bugs actually helps people lose weight. Organic, grass-fed yogurt is best…