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Exposure to Sunlight May Help Lower Blood Pressure

EDINBURGH – May 22, 2013 – It’s common knowledge that too much ultraviolet (UV) radiation can lead to skin cancer and other melanomas. However, researchers in Scotland have discovered an unexpected association of exposure to UV rays with lowered blood pressure and overall heart health. This means that some sunshine can be good for you […]

Weight Loss Plans that Offer Cash to Take Off Pounds Work Best

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN – April 9, 2013 – When it comes to weight loss, a study by University of Michigan Assistant Professor Dr. Jeffrey Kullgren finds money to be the top incentive. The study, published April 1 in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine found that when competition is added to the mix, the combination […]

Ben Bernanke Projects Unemployment Will Remain High into 2015

Recently, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke gave a press conference and discussed recent changes in the state of economic growth and unemployment. He addressed several concerns as well as noting specifics that the Federal Reserve will be keeping an eye on for the next couple of years. Bernanke talked about the increase in gas prices […]

800PressRelease.com Report on Healthy Aging

ATLANTA, GA – March 13, 2013 – It’s been known for years that eating right, keeping one’s weight under control, exercising regularly and avoiding cigarettes are all keys to longevity. A new study has indicated, however, that there’s more to health than that. 800PressRelease.com has learned of a British study that tracked 5,100 civil servants […]

Cautions about GMO Foods Have Come Under Question

Cautions about GMO Foods Have Come Under Question

COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS – February 15, 2013 – The general consensus understood by the American people is that genetically modified foods are dangerous and may be linked to a number of potential health problems. The jury is still out on this, however, reports 800pressrelease.com. In recent months, a French study reported linkages between DNA-engineered foods […]

Researchers Report Honeybees at Risk

AUSTIN, TX – February 5, 2013 – Researchers have been troubled by the die-offs in honeybee populations in recent years, and are unfortunately no closer to finding a cause. Beekeepers have seen winter deaths of honeybees come in at around 30%, triple what beekeepers generally consider to be an “acceptable” level of mortality. Some hives […]

Debt Ceiling Not Set to Expire Until September, Official Says

Debt Ceiling Not Set to Expire Until September, Official Says

Treasury secretary cautions legislators must begin to enact changes. WASHINGTON, D.C. – May 13, 2013 – U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told legislators last week that America should be safe from repercussions of the debt ceiling until September. This is welcome news to U.S. citizens that have been growing increasingly anxious about the impending May […]

Pets in Greater Danger over the Holidays

When it comes to the holidays, some of the most festive things for the family can be dangerous for the family pets, according to Modern Dog Magazine. On the face of it, sugar-free candy, ornaments dangling from the tree and tinsel seem safe enough, but in fact they’re not. It’s critical for pet owners to […]

Potential Mass Shooter Kills Self, Leaves Note Claiming Internal Turmoil

29-year-old Carnell Moore shot himself at Bush Intercontinental Airport on Thursday, May 2nd. Prior to his death, he attempted to kidnap an unrequited love and wrote of a monster growing inside. May 6, 2013 – Details continue to emerge about the would-be gunman at Bush Intercontinental Airport on Thursday. A 29-year-old apartment maintenance worker from […]

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