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Keep The Bugs And Zappers Away From Food

It's picnic and backyard barbecue time, and the bugs are hungry...for you! Now research recommends that you keep electric bug zappers away for your food. Even though we haven't yet officially begun the "Frog Days of Summer", after Memorial Day Weekend, it's the summer season.

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Mother Knows Best

As you know, Mother's Day is this Sunday, May 13th, and I'm sure that you'll remember all the moms in your family. There was a TV show years ago called "Father Knows Best", but we know better. Mom is the one with the good advice, especially when it comes to keeping us healthy.

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Good Idea To Vaccinate Your Pets Against Rabies

As we've reported in past weeks, there have been several confirmed cases of rabies in Oneida County. Now the Oneida County Health Department is urging pet owners to make sure their pets receive the rabies vaccine.

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Local Healthcare Professionals To Be Honered

You may have a favorite physician, nurse or other healthcare practitioner who you feel goes above and beyond for your health. A number of local healthcare professionals, maybe one of yours, will be honored next month.

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Consumer Alert On Dole “Seven Lettuces” Recall

At Big Frog 104, we like to keep you aware of consumer alerts and product recalls. Now, Dole is recalling its "Seven Lettuces" packaged salads.

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No Pink Slime In Price Chopper Ground Beef

We've all heard the recent news about so-called "pink slime" meat filler, which doesn't sound very appetizing. Price Chopper Supermarkets wants to reiterate that its ground beef does not contain any such substances.

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One Third Of Us Take A Daily Nap

Many of us take a nap now and then, and a new study has the facts. According to a recent Pew Research Center Study reported on Asylum.com, 34 percent of Americans admitted that they took a nap during the past 24 hours.

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Carrie Underwood Reveals Diet Secrets

Carrie Underwood is a cover girl again, this time on the April issue of Self magazine. Carrie, a vegan for 7 years, dishes on her fitness routine and her dietary habits. According to The Boot her breakfast selections are probably a little different than yours.

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Pedalin’ With Polly Wogg in Tour de Cure June 3rd

The things I get myself into.  First it was rappelling over the Adirondack Bank Building for Special Olympics.  Now it's bike riding for the American Diabetes Association in the Tour de Cure June 3rd at Verona Beach State Park.  Since it's such a great cause, I couldn't say no, but bikes and I just don't get along. The last time I was on a bicycle was when I was 15 and it ended with a concussion and a trip to the emergency room.  Hopefully now that I'm older, I'm wiser too, so I'll wear a helmet.

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Roll Up Your Sleeve For The American Red Cross

There are a number of blood drives this weekend, and the American Red Cross needs you. It begins today with a Blood Donor Drive this afternoon at the New Hartford Fire Department on Oxford Road, New Hartford from 1 p.m. - 6p.m.

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A Brew May Be Good For You

Ok, before we start breaking out the 12-packs, a new study now shows that beer may have similar health benefits as red wine. We've long heard that a modest amount of red wine a day may be good for our health, and apparently researchers are getting similar results with beer.

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First Confirmed Local Rabies Case In 2012

The milder weather that we've been experiencing this winter in central New York has its advantages and disadvantages. One problem is that wild animals normally dormant in the woods are wandering out into populated areas, and now the first confirmed case of a rabid animal in our area in 2012 has been reported in Camden.

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