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Archive for December 2009

Groundbreaking Primate Study Links Mercury Vaccine Preservative To Brain Injury

A new study in the leading scientific journal NeuroToxicology lends further credence to parents and scientists concerned about an increasingly aggressive childhood vaccine schedule and toxic vaccine components. A team led by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh found that infant macaque monkeys receiving a single Hepatitis B vaccine containing the mercury-based preservative thimerosal underwent…

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Let It Snow

Let It Snow Louis L’Amour Snow in the sky, Earth turning white- A tree like a ghost In the gathering night: Low clouds above, White world below- Barn roofs and houses Covered with snow. Beep in his burrow The possum is huddled, Far in the bushes Snow birds are cuddled, The creek in the morning…

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Library Food for Fines

Every library in Abilene will again participate in Abilene Public Library’s annual Food for Fines campaign as we celebrate our 11th year of providing food for the body as well as for the mind. {{more}} Beginning December 1 and continuing throughout the entire month, Abilene libraries will forgive $1.00 in fines for each nonperishable food…

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How To Choose Gifts They Really Want

Giving the perfect gift to everyone on your list is about matching gifts to interests. Don’t pick gifts you would love — select ones they will love! But who has time to scurry from store to store, or even to surf different specialty Web sites and coordinate shipping? The smart way to do holiday shopping,…

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Fun Family Holiday Activities

It’s too easy to get caught in the commercial hustle and bustle of the holidays. The season shouldn’t just be about gifts, food and pageantry. It’s a time for families to enjoy each other’s company and draw closer together. There are many fun holiday activities parents and children can enjoy together that can strengthen family…

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Celebrating Family Holiday Traditions

Remember all those favorite holiday traditions you had as a kid? It’s time to keep them alive for generations to come and to start new ones your kids will cherish forever. There are many ways your family can make lasting holiday memories. Each of these activities could become a new tradition you can enjoy together…

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Shop Smarter This Holiday Season

This holiday season, smart shoppers are considering not only the cost of their purchases, but hidden expenses that can arise later — such as unexpected repairs, replacement costs, accessories and more. With a little advance planning and by following these shopping tips you can stay on budget well into the new year: * Shop Around:…

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