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An Idea to Savor: Explaining the Success of the Food Franchise

So given the competitiveness of the market, why do people who are starting a new business so often turn to food franchises?

How to Promote a Regular Menstrual Cycle

An irregular female menstrual cycle isn’t something you have to just learn to live with. There are definitely steps you can take to help promote regularity.

How to Manage an Irregular Period

Never underestimate the importance of a balanced diet! Healthful, nutritious foods and a well-maintained system overall are the key to keeping your body in tip-top condition. This includes in regards to your menstrual cycle.

Cholesterol Information

Find out what is cholesterol, where it comes from, the good and bad types, and how to keep yours in check.

Herbal medicines applied to tobacco benefit health

Some harmful mechanisms of smoking and the application of herbal extracts in the cigarettes are discussed. Herbal medicines reduce polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, nitrosamines and free radicals in cigarette smoke. Herbal extracts will provide a basis for the development of healthy cigarettes.

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Amazon's Whole Foods deal isn't disrupting grocery prices
Quartz
When Amazon's acquired Whole Foods for $13.7 billion, it announced it would start slashing prices on some of the grocery chain's best-selling items. Customers took note and flocked to stores for cheap baby kale and “responsibly-farmed” salmon. The ...


Opelika Auburn News

Opelika's On the Tracks serves up wine, food, sense of community
Opelika Auburn News
On the Tracks is a food and wine event during which visitors can mingle in downtown shops while sipping a variety of wines and sampling bites from local restaurants. The “wine trail” of 20 businesses who were open late for the event ranged from offices ...


Springfield News Sun

Summit will focus on all things food in Clark County
Springfield News Sun
A local food council was proposed at the summit in previous years and is now in the developing stages, said Pam Bennett, director of the Ohio State University Extension in Clark County. An active city market committee is also exploring developing a ...

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