Boehringer Ingelheim announced today a new partnership with Minor League Baseball® (MiLB™) to further raise awareness of the rare lung disease idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) through its Breathless™ campaign. Now the “Official IPF Awareness Partner of Minor League Baseball,” Boehringer Ingelheim will work with the league to educate its fan base about symptoms of IPF – and the importance of an early diagnosis and treatment – through in-stadium events as well as appearances by New York Yankees legend and musician Bernie Williams, whose father passed away from the disease in 2001.
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As the colder winter weather takes hold across the country, it’s important for homeowners to ensure their heating systems are ready to stand up to the frigid temperatures. To help prevent unexpected breakdowns, American Home Shield, the nation’s largest provider of home warranties, is offering five expert tips to maintain heating systems and help ensure homes stay warm.
“Over the last five years, we responded to more than two million service requests for heating system issues, and with a few minor maintenance checks, many of these issues may have been avoided,” said Mike Clear, vice president of operations for American Home Shield, a business unit of ServiceMaster Global Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: SERV). “With one of the nation’s largest networks of independent service contractors, we take pride in our ability to keep customers warm if winter heating issues occur.”
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Turning your clocks ahead an hour on March 8 for the start of Daylight Savings Time may be known as the unofficial start to spring, but for many, it’s known as the day we lose an hour of sleep. As you prepare to change your clocks on Sunday, take that opportunity to evaluate your sleeping habits. The loss of that hour of sleep can turn minor sleep issues into major ones.
“When we move our clock forward or backward, our internal clock becomes out of sync with the external time,” says Dr. Daniel Shade, Board Certified Sleep Specialist and Director of the AHN Sleep Disorders Center. “The best way to combat this is to expose ourselves to light and let our bodies resynchronize.”
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A teenage piano prodigy enlists the help of renowned pianist Clare Cardiff. Though she is more than twice his age, he falls in love with her. After Clare is diagnosed with early onset dementia, she is taken away to pursue further medial testing. Clive is faced with the challenge of traveling to Moscow and performing at the competition without his beloved mentor. Find out more at – http://MargaretPhilbrick.com Literary Fiction/Romance
This is the second of a three-part series
featuring young Australian creatives, produced by Knack Studios and
presented by our friends at Optus. The first installment,
featuring music writer and photographer Cormack O'Connor, can be seen
I was very close. His last World Mug punishment kick came within the Rose Bowl, and while he missed, Italy lost the title game to Brazil.
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``I am very unhappy, as a result of the endeavour my teammates made. Vieri and Baggio had merely two defenders amidst them and the world wide web as Baggio took a lengthy pass from Paolo Maldini.
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Italy took the direct on a counterattack. Starting merely far after the midfield row, Njanka sidestepped Wolfgang Feiersinger and after that Peter Schoettel before blasting his shot beyond diving Austrian goalkeeper Michael Konsel.
The game was marred by arduous play, and the Austrians sounded particularly disillusioned beyond quite a few tackles by the Indomitable Lions. It fell to Salas, who turned to flare it home with his left foot. It also livened up a game which had featured slips, glides, rushes and great helps to protect on the rainy playing surface of the fresh Municipal Battleground, that was drenched by heavy rains some time before kickoff.
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Netflix, Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) has unveiled revealing, new information that confirms a sneaking suspicion— more than half (51%) of couples are likely to “cheat”1—but don’t start grilling your significant other or giving them the evil eye just yet.
A recent survey conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Netflix2 revealed 51% of those in a relationship would “cheat” on their spouse/partner/significant other by streaming a TV program(s) they agreed to watch together before their partner had a chance to watch it. More specifically, more than 28 million3 U.S. adults (12%) confessed they had already cheated and 10% admitted they had been “cheated on4.” It seems as though sometimes that next episode of your favorite series is just too tempting to wait for your partner. Sneaking around with that addictive little show may seem like a minor form of infidelity—but don’t be surprised if it leads to a few slamming doors and a bit of the silent treatment.
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Pregnancy is an exciting time filled with hopeful anticipation, and most pregnancies are uneventful and result in healthy babies. Pregnancy, however, is not entirely without risk, leading some expectant parents to worry about birth defects and whether they’ll give birth to a healthy baby.
Many birth defects are minor and easily treated. But about one in every 33 babies is born with a major birth defect, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Major birth defects may have a serious impact on development, functional ability and overall health. Throughout January, which is Birth Defects Prevention Month, BeSmartBeWell.com highlights pregnancy risks and preventable birth defects. At BeSmartBeWell.com medical experts, and real-life expectant moms, like Sharon, share information to help lower the risk for birth defects.
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Ahh, the holidays…
A time to celebrate with good food, friends and family. But what many forget to factor in is the actual trip itself.
Every year 13 thousand people are injured by everyday objects that turn destructive in even a minor car accident.
But Kristen Varela from Cars.com has some easy tips to safely secure that pumpkin pie while heading over to grandma’s house.