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Warm Michigan Weather Brings An Early Allergy Season, AhChoo!

Sneezy, itchy, runny nose?  Those symptoms are happening earlier this year and if you are an allergy sufferer like me, you're getting hit harder and earlier than usual.

Tree pollen counts have exploded recently, because of the consecutive days of record temperatures

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Lack of Sleep Can Lead to Poor Heart Health

All of us "Morning Radio" personalities are sleep deprived.  Having to get up so early in the morning, 3:30 to 4 am every morning, Monday through Friday, makes it very difficult to really get the 'so called' required amount of sleep you're supposed to need.  I mean, hey, who wants to go to bed at 7 or 8 at night?  Not I.

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Michigan Can Now Print 4,000 Medical Marijuana Cards A Day

Reading this story sounds an awful lot like the State of Michigan has legally allowed the use of medical marijuana.  Am I the only one that is reading this story that way?  It's almost like. "We need to get more cards printed, more quickly, so people can legally be using the stuff without getting in trouble for it"

The State of Michigan purchased a machine, a printer, that will allow it to produce 4,000 medical marijuana cards a day

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Supporters Scream Free Speech For “Go To Hell Barack” Mass Transit Advertisement

Love him or hate him, Democrat or Republican, for him or against him, it's still downright disrespectful to the President of the United States of America!

Every time I see or read something that is this outrageous, it's supporters are always screaming, "Free Speech." Is i

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The Wealthy, Those Motivated By Greed, More Likely To Commit Unethical Acts

I read that headline and actually laughed out loud.  We needed a study to confirm this?  Of course there are always exceptions to this rule.  There are those who are wealthy, altruistic and philanthropic, but I do believe that they are in the minority

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Japan Invents Speech Jamming Device That Stops You In…..Mid Sentence

How many times have you watched a science fiction television show and wondered, what if?  This is one of those stories but it's not science fiction, it is actual fact.

Japan has invented something that is being described as a speech jamming device!  Talk about mind control

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Photo by Graeme Robertson/Getty Images
Photo by Graeme Robertson/Getty Images
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Doctors Say Biggest Baby Ever Seen In 20,000 Births!

That headline reads like something you might see on the front page of The Globe or The National Enquirer doesn't it?  Ginormous baby enters the world, born to an alien mother.  But this is the real deal.  Cynthia Sigler

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Bright, Composed, 3 Year Old, Credited With Saving Nana’s Life

I love these stories! How can a little three year old kid be so cool, calm and collected in an unfamiliar, must have been scary, situation.

The only words the 9-1-1 operator heard on the other end of the phone line were "'My Nana needs help

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Want to Live Longer? Go Easy on the Steak

All those smug vegetarians now have something else to brag about: new research says they’ll live longer than meat-eaters.

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Crowd Helps Man with Autism Sing National Anthem!

LOVE THIS.  It's well worth two minutes to watch!

This happened on Disability Awareness Day at Fenway Park in Boston.  The guy singing the National Anthem has autism.  From what I can tell, something happens 30 seconds in that makes him start laughing

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Children’s Vision Day is Saturday, March 10th, at Grand Rapids Children’s Museum

Fun for the whole family !  Members of the Michigan Optometry Association plus student volunteers from the Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State, will host Children’s Vision Day at the GR Children’s Museum tomorrow,  Saturday, March 10 from 10 a

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Grand Rapids GRCC Opens Food Pantry For Students

When you think about food pantries and soup kitchens you may not necessarily think about low income students.  Well, other people don't either, and that is why GRCC is opening up a food pantry for GRCC students

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