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BOSTON, Feb. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Carrot Medical, a leading designer of integrated medical imaging display systems, has announced results for 2010.
A new study shows that eating a healthy diet rich in fruit and vegetables gives you a more healthy golden glow than the sun.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif., Jan.
Clever rhymes and whimsical illustrations take children through all the places and ways that Harry, a very silly dog, loves his carrots.
With the demand for organically produced food increasing, scientists are reporting new evidence that organically grown onions, carrots, and potatoes generally do not have higher levels of healthful antioxidants and related substances than vegetables grown with traditional fertilizers and pesticides.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif., Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Late this summer, A Bunch of Carrot Farmers, led by Bolthouse Farms, launched an ambitious branding campaign for Baby Carrots.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif., Sept. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- A new alliance of carrot growers dubbed 'A Bunch of Carrot Farmers' - spearheaded by Bakersfield, Calif., based Bolthouse Farms - has launched the first-ever advertising and marketing campaign for Baby Carrots.
RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif., July 6 /PRNewswire/ -- In a recent survey among eyecare providers, nearly 30 percent hear the following question at least once a week: Will eating carrots really improve my vision? We're not quite sure if it was Bugs Bunny or Peter Cottontail spreading these types of rumors, but VSP Vision Care has enlisted the help of Bill Nye the Science Guy to debunk common eye myths in the latest webisode of VSP EyeFiles(SM).
BOSTON, May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Carrot Medical, a leading designer of integrated medical imaging display systems, and MAVIG GmbH, the leading manufacturer of medical imaging monitor suspension systems, announced today the execution of a global marketing and sales channel partnership agreement.
Increasing the amount of vegetables in the first course of preschool lunch could be a smart way to get children to eat more vegetables, according to Penn State nutrition researchers.
Biennial plants have a two year life cycle; roots, stems and leaves in the first year with flowers following the next year after a cold winter dormant period. Biennials will produce seed and fruit before dying. There are not as many biennial plants as there are perennials or annuals. Biennial plants, when exposed to extreme climate conditions, may have a shortened life cycle of a few months especially if the plants were exposed to colder than normal temperatures. Most biennials can be...
- Emitting flashes of light; glittering.