Supplements Sales Add Up

Two key trends are natural and organic supplements, and manufacturers provide a variety of both to meet the demand. “Consumers are more aware than ever of the need for unadulterated, pure food products for their pets,” said Maria Ringo, director

Column: A dog’s worst friend – The Oneida Daily Dispatch

I've seen commercials on TV recently for gummy vitamins and gummy fiber supplements. And this wasn't advertising for children; it was on the nightly news, and we know how many young people watch that. None. ... So they have to come up with fan

Organic & Natural, Omega-3 Coalition, Kemin Celebrate Expansions

In addition, Organic & Natural's founding members include: Aker BioMarine, American Nutrition Association, BGG, Capsugel, Dr. Mercola Premium Supplements, Hay House Inc., International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), Jigsa

DISHING IT OUT: Norwell’s Juice Barn is all about organic

I think it's obvious, but the biggest thing is that we're organic. People assume other juice bars are, but that's actually not usually the case. Here all our produce, all our supplements are organic. If we ever can't get the organic products, we we

DISHING IT OUT: Norwell’s Juice Barn is all about organic – News – Randolph...

I think it's obvious, but the biggest thing is that we're organic. People assume other juice bars are, but that's actually not usually the case. Here all our produce, all our supplements are organic. If we ever can't get the organic products, we we

Former US Senator Scott Brown now pitching diet and energy supplements online

Loyalists asserted Brown was merely spreading the word about a product that had helped him get in shape — what was wrong with promoting fitness? some asked — while others attacked him for trying to sell “snake oil” and suggested he eat organic in

Harris: Bruins roster suddenly looks pretty good

GROWN-UP PROBLEMS: It's up to Don Sweeney and his team to bring in some NHL-ready talent. 1. Thursday, July 2, 2015. Print Email 0 Comments. By: Stephen Harris. To focus on the strange exit of young defenseman Dougie Hamilton could mean 

While Spurs Sit and Wait for LaMarcus Aldridge, Plan B Is Becoming Less Clear

LaMarcus Aldridge is Plan A for the San Antonio Spurs, and following a pair of eye-opening moves, he's officially a realistic target. But the franchise is running out of options for Plan B. To be clear, San Antonio shouldn't be in panic mode. Accordi

Fantasy owners must adjust Antonio Gates’ value after suspension

San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates enjoyed a fantasy football revival in 2014, catching 69 passes for 821 yards and 12 touchdowns in 16 games. He'll have to wait before building on that success. On Thursday, the NFL announced that Gates has ...

St. Louis fires scouting director in wake of hacking scandal

Chris Correa fired as club is in middle of investigation of possibly illegally hacking database for Houston Astros players. By Seattle Times staff. The Associated Press. ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Cardinals said Thursday they have fired scouting

Dwyane Wade stays in Miami

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — National Basketball Association (NBA) star Dwyane Wade has spent 12 years in Miami, and it looks like he is set for at least one more year with the Heat organization. On Friday (July 3 PHT), Wade accepted a $20 million ...

George Takei implies Clarence Thomas race traitor in defense of ‘blackface …

In a Facebook post, George Takei said that blackface is not racist and/or that it is acceptable for an outsider to tell a black man that he is a racist caricature. He also used an analogy that would imply that ... more >. By Victor Morton - The

Illinois court asked to clarify state payments without budget

CHICAGO Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has asked a court to determine what the state can continue to fund in an absence of an enacted budget for the fiscal year that began on Wednesday, she said on Thursday. That includes a brewing ...

Branstad vetoes school spending, mental health deal

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Gov. Terry Branstad announced a series of budget vetoes Thursday, using his powerful pen to cross out $55.7 million in one-time education funding as well as a bipartisan deal to keep two state mental health institutes open.

Montana polygamist vows to fight for marriage license

A self-styled Montana polygamist who was featured on the reality television show "Sister Wives" said on Thursday he will sue the state if it denies him the right to legally wed his second wife. Nathan Collier, 46, said his bid to make his marriage to

Man Who Climbed White House Fence Sentenced to Time Served

A Maryland man who jumped over a White House fence and was subdued after kicking two guard dogs on the north Lawn in October on Thursday was sentenced to time served and a year of supervised release, the Justice Department said. Domini

Aide says potential prosecution of Paxton ‘a political hit job’

Ensnarled in an investigation that threatens his new administration, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said through a spokesman that his potential prosecution on state securities violations is a “political hit job” by “inexperienced” lawyers. “Th

Perry: GOP lost ‘moral legitimacy’ by dropping appeal to black voters

Rick Perry extended an outstretched hand to black voters Thursday, criticizing his own party for championing states' rights while doing too little for civil rights. In a speech before the National Press Club in Washington, Perry appeared to ask for a ...

Beatles cartoonist swings through Iowa

In the early 1960s, when a television producer asked the graphic artist Ron Campbell if he might like to make a cartoon about an upstart group called The Beatles, the artist was skeptical. "I mean, Jiminy Cricket was OK, but for the most part, insec

NYT Passes on Muhammed Cartoons, But Prints Condom Pope

When asked by the Examiner why the Times would happily run a several-hundred-word article on a portrait of Pope Benedict made out of condoms, currently being exhibited somewhere in Wisconsin, they explained that, unlike the Muhammed cartoon

Paper that won’t publish Mohammed cartoons oddly okay with Pope portrait …

That's great, but neither were the Charlie Hebdo cartoons. Charb, the editor of Charlie Hebdo who was murdered in the January terror attack, wrote a book (published posthumously) that criticized France for scapegoating Muslims immigrants for t