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82 Million Reasons To Be Happy on Mother’s Day – Dave’s Diary

What do you get Mom for Mother's Day when she can buy ANYTHING she wants!?

Reporting on Bill Gates, Microsoft, Apple and other tech giants all these years has certainly demonstrated the proposition that high tech equals high pay.  That explains the the

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Eating The Unusual As A Way To Weigh Less — Dave’s Diary

With a show called Bizarre Foods, Andrew Zimmern is no stranger to eating bugs.  Now I’m not here to throw stones, or scones, but Zimmern is no lightweight.  Which is interesting when you consider scientists are advocating eating bugs as a funky new weapon in the battle of the bulge.  

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Cornell Study Says a CAN-Do Diet Approach Can Work — Dave’s Diary

The headlines leap off the covers of magazines in supermarkets all over the country: "Get in Shape for Summer," "Get Your Bikini Body Back," "Lose 5 Pounds in Five Days," etc.

Part of the process invariable includes a diet of some kind, and now new research from Cornell University says there’s a simple three-step formula to a healthier diet.

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Hands On Activities For Kids Friday At The Museum — Dave’s Diary

The 4th annual Blossom Festival take place at the Yakima Valley Museum this Friday from 5 to 7:30 p.m. It’s a hands-on extravaganza of fun for kids.  Activity booths will be themed to match the different exhibits found in the museum including decorating and planting a flowerpot to take home, face painting, hair feathers, crafts, music, games and more!  Child-friendly food and beverages will be served and included in your ticket price

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Asia's First Ice Made Bar Opens In Tokyo
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Brain Freeze Is A Real Summertime Phenomena –Dave’s Diary

Too much of a good cold thing feels mighty bad! The brain freeze is a unique kinda pain!

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Ladies In the Gym: Same Effort, But Different Results — Why Is That? — Dave’s Diary

My wife is a workout beast. Maybe you have seen the pictures on Facebook. If not, take my word for it. Her mother and grandmother are thin, too, so she has genetics going for her.  In fact, a genetic risk of obesity is a disadvantage even for those who do work out like Sara "Beast Mode" Ettl!

Fox News reports that University of Arizona researchers took DNA samples from 84 women ages 30 to 65 and examined them, focusing on genes linked with obesity

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The Great Outdoors Bring Great Rewards – Dave’s Diary

With an amazing weekend weather forecast ahead many Yakamaniacs will be headed to the hill to hike, camp and explore and for some that will include a visit to one of the state’s National Parks.  If that’s you, you are in very large and lucrative company!

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You Can Help Determine The Future Of Biking In Yakima — Dave’s Diary

The City of Yakima is serious about you and your bicycle, so much so that the city wants you to help develop the Yakima Bicycle Master Plan --providing this press release

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Uncle Sam Says a Little Less Fluoride Is Better — Dave’s Diary

The debate over the health benefits of fluoride continues. Opponents call our show from time to time to warn how bad it is, while government studies have touted the benefits for years. Perhaps the government blinked first.

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CareerBuilder Says Starting Salaries Are On The Rise – Dave’s Diary

For many college graduates the four years of fun and information at the U of X creates great memories and an even great debt.  In recent years, lower starting wages for grads have been a have been a poor graduation present to those bent on getting ahead.

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