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2009-03-26 11:40:00

Healthier Pies on the Buffet Line Given Praise Including Zesty Vegetable, Alfredo, Ole and One Point Measured Weight Watcher Pizza Available by Request at All CiCi's Locations COPPELL, Texas, March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- CiCi's Pizza announces that the endless buffet concept earned top marks in the Men's Health "Eat This, Not That!" Restaurant Report Card that was recently released. Eat This, Not That! launched an investigation of 66 major chain restaurants to better educate families providing...

2008-09-24 00:00:27

Babies fuss about getting their little noses cleaned and rid of mucus. Most nasal bulb syringes are uncomfortable and intimidating to children, and that makes clearing their noses a hard task. Cleanoz from UBIMED is the first battery-powered nasal aspirating kit that uses disposable reservoir nozzles. The kit offers parents and caregivers a new and sanitary way to clear the nasal passages of infants and toddlers while reducing the spread of harmful germs and eliminating time-consuming...

2008-08-19 09:00:16

NEW YORK, Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- At last, parents can strike back at the growing problem of childhood obesity and teach their children how to eat what they want-without gaining weight! The authors of the runaway bestseller EAT THIS, NOT THAT! return with a groundbreaking new book that makes staying lean easy for children: EAT THIS, NOT THAT! For Kids. Available nationwide on August 19, this revolutionary book is a comprehensive guide to simple food swaps that will allow kids to still eat...

2008-08-06 12:00:05

By Denise Richardson, The Daily Star, Oneonta, N.Y. Aug. 6--Fast-food meals from chain eateries aren't all that kids eat, several area parents said Tuesday, a day after a national study criticized restaurants for offering foods lacking nutritional value. Instead, eat-out meals are a treat or an alternative when time is too short for meals at home, the parents said, agreeing that they influence their children's food choices. "You have to train them what to eat," said Tom McCabe, of...

2008-08-05 06:00:04

By Nanci Hellmich Nutritionists say a new report on calorie-packed children's meals at some of the nation's most popular restaurants should be a warning for health-conscious parents. The Center for Science in the Public Interest, a consumer group based in Washington, D.C., released the first comprehensive report Monday on children's meals at popular fast-food and chain restaurants. The center's analysis found that many servings are far too high in calories for a single meal. Some of...


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  • The ragged surface of a lava-flow.
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