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If You Want To Curb Cravings For Salt…Eat Spicy Foods

Can’t resist that bag of potato chips or a few extra handfuls of salted peanuts? Add some pepper to your meals.  A new study finds that eating spicy foods may increase one’s sensitivity to salt, consequently curbing cravings for high

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Is Your Handwriting Large Or Small; And How Are Those Ts Crossed?

Did you know big, outgoing personalities tend to write in large letters, and shy, introverted types prefer to write small? If you have average-sized writing, it demonstrates a strong ability to focus and concentrate.     HOW DO YOU CROSS

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On This Date –July 21

A glimpse backwards to significant  happenings on this date: -On this date in 1955, The Roy Rogers Show ended — On this date in 1969, The Beatles started work on the John Lennon song ‘Come Together’ at Abbey Road studios

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No Hot Dogs, Just Cool Cats

Summer is here, and for some people in Ontario that means road trips and exploring the outdoors with family and friends – including furry companions. If your pet is travelling with you in your car, keep their needs in mind

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Snail Slime — A Hot New Beauty Product

Bloomberg claims snail slime has become a hot new beauty product for women. Target, CVS and Ulta Beauty stores are all selling different variations of skin repairing snail cream. The snail secretion heals cuts and smoothes skin. “People used to

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Pink Criticized For Instagramming Picture of Cooking Dinner With Her Children

Good to Know magazine claims Pink is under fire for instagramming a picture of her cooking dinner with her two children. Her baby is strapped to her chest while she handles a pan filled with vegetables.   Fans react …. ‘Isn’t that

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More Security Checks If You’re Flying To The United States

Get ready for more thorough security checks of your electronic devices if you’re flying to the United States as of today. Both Air Canada and WestJet are advising passengers to arrive at airports at least two hours before flight time

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Don’t Order Diet Coke On Flights

The Daily Mirror claims flight attendants wish passengers wouldn’t order Diet Coke on flights because it takes longer to pour the drink than other cocktails. The cabin’s lower air pressure makes the drink fizzier than other sodas.   One flight

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Oh-Oh–Artificial Sweeteners Are Linked To Weight Gain—Not Weight Loss

Artificial sweeteners might seem like a low- or no-calorie way to enjoy sweet food and not gain weight. But a new study links them to the opposite. In the report, researchers analyzed 37 studies on artificial sweeteners to see if

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A Makeover For ‘Little House On The Prairie’ Cabin

The deteriorating log cabin at the “Little House on the Prairie” site in Kansas is expected to soon get a makeover. The current cabin was re-created and built near Independence in 1977, during the peak of popularity for a television series

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Get A Look Behind The Scenes At Canadian Guide Dogs For The Blind In Ottawa

Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind will host an Open Tour Day at the National Training Centre on Thursday, August 3, 2017 from 12:00pm-3:00pm. Stop by for tours of the National Training Centre, meet plenty of dogs, and watch the

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8 Food Safety Facts

1: It’s unsafe to drink milk past its sell-by date, even if it’s just a day or two.   2: You shouldn’t drink from a cup of water that has been left sitting out overnight.   3: White discoloration on

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Transit Is The Best Option For Travelling On Canada Day

This Canada Day weekend, there are more downtown activities than ever, resulting in more pedestrian-friendly roads and traffic impacts. Downtown businesses remain open all week. Transit is free on Canada Day and it’s the best option to get around Ottawa.

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Environment Canada Warnings Issued For Ottawa – Gatineau

Severe thunderstorm warning in effect for Ottawa Gatineau this Sunday Afternoon   At 12:45 p.m. EDT, Environment Canada meteorologists are tracking a severe thunderstorm capable of producing very strong wind gusts, up to nickel size hail and heavy rain. At

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Com’on Brooke Henderson — You can do it!

Smith’s Falls Brooke Henderson remains within striking distance of her first win in nearly a year on the L-P-G-A Tour.     Henderson was one shot behind leader Lexi Thompson through four holes in today’s final round.  She’s in a

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