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ON TOUR WITH THE CAF GHOST SQUADRON   www.NNNews.org (Addison, Tex., May 23, 2012) Spending several weeks traveling the United States with three famous World War II airplanes is a dream many military aviation enthusiasts can only imagine. Aviation journalist and photographer Steve Schapiro is doing just that. The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) B-29/B-24 Squadron is excited to announce that for the first time ...

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Can’t Beat the Beet for being Healthy!

  Delete     (No Negative News – Contributed from Natural News www.NaturalNews.com) It figures: one of the least tasty vegetables turns out to be among the healthiest - beets. Fortunately, raw beets work well for juicing. Beets mixed with juiced fresh carrots, some apple and some greens thrown in then topped off with a freshly squeezed lemon provides a tasty vegetable juice. Beets lose a lot ...

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VA Continues Long-Term Study on Gulf War Era Veterans — 3rd since 1995

                    WASHINGTON (www.NNNews.org)– For the third time since the 1990-1991 Gulf War, Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) researchers will contact Gulf War-era Veterans as a part of a long-term study of their health. For the “Follow-up Study of a National Cohort of Gulf War and Gulf Era Veterans,” researchers want to learn about how the health of ...

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Bar Patron’s Toast to Fallen Sailor Goes Viral on Facebook

  Delete       No Negative News.  www.NNNews.org A bar patron's toast to a fallen sailor has become a phenomenon on Facebook.   Delete   On March 28, Hannah Hobbs, a waitress at a Bennigan's restaurant near Borger in the Texas Panhandle, posted a photo of a glass of beer, with a handwritten note from the customer that read:     In memory of Lt. j.g. Francis Toner, USN ...

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Sunscreen just got easier — Read to find out why

        NN News- Sunscreen has just gotten a whole lot simpler. And safer. Why? New FDA rules are helping ensure that we get the protection we pay for, and with skin cancer on the rise (one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in the course of a lifetime), these changes couldn't come at a better time. Key fixes: Sunscreens will now be labeled "water resistant" (as opposed to waterp ...

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NY Times Healthy Recipe – Lasagna with Collard Greens

No Negative News (www.NNNews.org) Lasagna With Collard Greens By MARTHA ROSE SHULMAN Collard greens are so big and flat that they fill in for a layer of noodles in this easy, satisfying lasagna. When you make lasagna, be careful not to use up your ingredients on the first layers. You should have enough for three layers here. 1/2 pound collard greens, preferably large leaves, stemmed and washed, leaves left ...

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Don’t Worry about having a Heart Attack while running a Marathon Study Suggests

        NN News: Don't Worry about having a Heart Attack while running a Marathon Study Suggests   A study published in January in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that marathons and half-marathons are associated with a low overall risk of cardiac arrest and sudden death. Cardiac arrest, most commonly attributable to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy or atherosclerotic coronar ...

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Get your Sleep or Sleep Apnea fixed and reduce your cancer risk — 2 studies say

          NN News: Two new studies indicate that people who suffer sleep apnea have a higher risk of developing cancer. Due to be presented in San Francisco this week at an American Thoracic Society conference, the findings have been touted as "striking" by researchers, the New York Times reported. Scientists say sleep apnea -- a widespread disorder suffered by 28 million Americans, ...

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