|STUDY LINKS POPULAR ANTACID DRUGS TO VITAMIN B-12 DEFICIENCY|
December 11, 2013
(NATIONAL) -- They became popular in 1990's with people who suffered from acid indigestion and acid reflux and today millions of people take them daily.
These acid suppressants have names like Prilosec, Prevacid and Nexium. But now a new study links their continued, long term use with the possibility of a side effect that until now has gone unnoticed.
|MYSTERY OF WASHINGTON STATE'S MIMA MOUNDS MAY BE SOLVED|
December 09, 2013
(LITTLE ROCK, WA) -- If you travel to the Mima Mounds Natural Area Preserve in our state, near the community of Little Rock in Southwest Washington you will see the strange formations which for centuries have baffled scientists and layman alike.
Some have speculated the mounds of dirt and gravel - which are named after the Mima Prairie in Thurston County - and are circular to oval and domelike and measuring up to 2m (7ft) in height and 50m (160ft) in diameter, are the work of extra terrestrial beings who visited earth eons ago.
|THE PUSH FOR A HIGHER|
A spotlight on struggling middle & low wage workers in America
December 07, 2013
News & Opinion by John Burbank
(SEATTLE, WA) -- Last month voters approved a $15 an hour minimum wage for workers at Sea-Tac. In California, Ron Utz, a conservative Silicon Valley millionaire, is pushing an initiative for a $12 minimum wage.
In Seattle, there is a growing movement for increasing the minimum wage to $15 within the city limits.
Is this a trend? Perhaps the critical focus on the top one percent has finally turned a spotlight on the impoverishment of the middle and low wage workers.
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