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Kennys Cajun PopCorn
Topic: Health and Wellness 3:42 pm EST, Jan 24, 2003

] CAJUN CORN" Where Cajun is a flavor, NOT a temperature!
] This isnt like a restaurant where your mouth
] becomes a flame-thrower, it%u2019s just full of that
] Louisiana flavor.
] "PEPPER CORN" It's like putting cracked pepper on a baked
] potato. A nice sharp edge, just shy of being hot.

Good stuff! They sell it at HG Hills.

Kennys Cajun PopCorn

Woman Attempts All-`Man-Juice' Diet
Topic: Health and Wellness 12:55 pm EST, Dec 23, 2002

] "A woman in Santa Monica, California, is attempting to
] lose weight in a manner others may not be able to stomach
] -- an all-semen diet.
] Starting December 1, a plump porn star named Kim Kelly
] hopes to lose between 10 and 20 pounds by spending 30
] days on a diet consisting largely of semen -- or as she
] prefers, "man juice.""

Those crazy Californian's and their crazy diets. :D

Woman Attempts All-`Man-Juice' Diet

Very Heavy Pot Use Clouds Mental Function: Study
Topic: Health and Wellness 10:22 pm EST, Nov 29, 2002

] "People who smoked unusually large amounts of marijuana
] performed worse on tests of mental function than their
] peers who smoked less pot, even after a 30-day abstinence
] period, according to a new report.
] Heavy users performed worse on 69% of the 35 tasks than
] light users, though their performances were not
] "clinically abnormal," the researchers found. The 22
] participants were admitted to hospital during the course
] of the study and submitted to random urine tests to
] ensure they remained abstinent."

Very Heavy Pot Use Clouds Mental Function: Study

There's Beer to Wash Away Your Troubles
Topic: Health and Wellness 5:10 pm EST, Nov 28, 2002

] "There are days when you feel like a bath full of beer,
] not just a glass.
] Now you can have both -- thanks to a German brewery which
] has developed a beer you can wash down your food with or
] wash down your body.
] Klosterbrauerei, or monastic brewery, was looking for
] ways to mop up excess capacity in a slumping beer market
] and struck upon the bathtime supplement to help tipplers
] soak away their stresses and strains.
] The brewery, in Neuzelle, near Leipzig, eastern Germany,
] says the dark brown brew has restorative powers for both
] the mind and body to improve the skin and pep up
] spirits."

Those crazy Germans! :)

There's Beer to Wash Away Your Troubles

Soy milk coming to school lunches? -
Topic: Health and Wellness 2:39 pm EDT, Oct 18, 2002

"The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, which promotes alternatives to animal use, claims that the school lunch program discriminates against minority students.
The USDA does not reimburse school districts for soy milk unless students provide a doctor's note demonstrating a medical need. The federally assisted lunch program requires that cow's milk be offered. "

Soy milk coming to school lunches? -

Fried Twinkies a new state fair fave
Topic: Health and Wellness 11:13 am EDT, Oct 15, 2002

"LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas (AP) -- In the South, where some joke that the four basic food groups are barbecued, baked, broiled or fried, state fairs are filled with booths that sell everything from corn on a stick to club-like turkey legs.

For dessert, an odd new treat has emerged: fried Twinkies.
Phil Dickson of Hot Springs has sold about 1,000 of the batter-dipped, deep-fried goodies topped with powdered sugar since the Arkansas State Fair opened Friday. "

Fried Twinkies a new state fair fave

'Anti-Radiation' Trousers Fuel Mobile Phone Debate
Topic: Health and Wellness 10:12 pm EDT, Sep 12, 2002

US jeans maker Levi Strauss & Co. denied on Thursday it was playing on consumer fears by launching a line of trousers fitted with "anti-radiation" pockets for mobile phones.

The trousers, with a lining that the makers say shields against radiation, are designed by Dockers, a brand name of Levi Strauss--famous for its classic "501" jeans.

'Anti-Radiation' Trousers Fuel Mobile Phone Debate

Beer may be good for you
Topic: Health and Wellness 9:32 am EDT, Aug 13, 2002

Here’s a good bar joke: Beer is good for you — even better for you than red wine.
After more than 20 years of research and scores of studies on the effects of moderate alcohol consumption on health, beer is slowly bubbling to the top as a beverage that not only lifts spirits but delivers protection against major ailments such as heart attacks, stroke, hypertension, diabetes and dementia.
The data seem so compelling that the National Beer Wholesalers Association, an Alexandria, Va., trade group representing the nation’s beer distributors, recently put on an oxymoronic sounding “health and beer” seminar and put out a press release that declared: “Eat right, exercise and drink a beer a day may be the way to keep the doctor away.”

w1ld: Ill drink to that. :)

Beer may be good for you

Problem shots: Slicing
Topic: Health and Wellness 3:31 pm EDT, Jul 23, 2002

For right-handed golfers, a slice occurs when the ball starts left and finishes to the right of the target. It is caused by the club taking a very out-to-in swing path.

Slicing usually is the result of a weak grip. This is when both hands are positioned too far to the left on the handle of the club.

Problem shots: Slicing

Nashville Ski Club, Inc.
Topic: Health and Wellness 1:32 pm EDT, Jul 18, 2002

A non-profit membership organization promoting snow skiing, snowboarding, group trips, and other active sports all year-round.

Nashville Ski Club, Inc.

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