Beneful: More Health, More Happiness for Me and my Dog!

I come home from a long day at work. Traffic has been stressful and work even more so. All I want to do is make my way to the couch. Until I open my door and all that disappears, replaced by the sigh of my furry friend wagging his tail. I'm as excited to see him again as he is to see me. A smile comes to my face as I forget about all the negativity of the day.

Prominent Occidental College President Jonathan Veitch

Jonathan Veitch is a prominent figure in the world of higher education. This is because he's the current Occidental College president. Occidental College is a well-known private liberal arts college located in Los Angeles, California. Veitch has been the college's president since the summer of 2009. Robert Skotheim was the college president before Veitch.

Rodgers or Watt

With the season effectively over in the National Football League aside from the Super Bowl that is set to take place next Sunday, there is a ton of talk and speculation as to who will receive the highly coveted Most Valuable Player award. This year there are two players who stand out head and shoulders above the rest of the competition to receive that award and it will be between Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers and JJ Watt of the Houston Texans.

Moving Up With Jared Haftel

Jared Haftel's story is a story of success that just keeps going higher and higher. Jared began his education at Duke University in 2005. During this time he proved himself to be an exceptionally bright and promising student. Five years later Haftel graduated with B.A.'s in Science, Mathematics, and Economics, all three of which have helped in his successful career primarily as in investment banking. During the summer of 2008 prior to his graduation Jared had served as an intern at Credit Suisse.

Back Problems? Visit North American Spine

Back pain is literally the worst, and one of the things that I've suffered with in my life. So, after I found a solution through a Facebook friend, I wanted to talk about it on my site. Sorry for the break in tradition for the blog, but this was important to me.

Wash Your Hands

When you hear about flu season starting, one of the things that people say to do is wash your hands. This is because germs spread very easily by the hand. Sanitizers and antibacterial soaps are easy ways to make sure your hands are clean after you go to a store where people are coughing or after getting home from work.

Florida Bus Driver Rescued Children from Fire

Amen Clinics hailed Florida bus driver Kristina Buhrman as a "hero" after she rescued 40 children from the smoke filled school bus that she was driving.

Children alerted Buhrman that smoke was filling the back of the bus at approximately 7:15, on the morning of December 3rd. The driver immediately pulled over to evacuate the vehicle. Buhrman called 9-1-1 as the smoke thickened and the children filed off of the bus.

8 Dead In New York Super Snow Storm

According to BuzzFeedNews, eight people were killed in a massive snow storm that hit New York. This information was shared with me via the Twitter of Darius Fisher. Weather reports say another three feet of snow is expected for the area continuing into Friday night. The Lake Effect has a lot to do with this heavy snowfall, hence the Great Lakes.

Rand Paul Votes Against USA Freedom Act

A bill sponsored by Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) failed to reach cloture today. The bill, The USA Freedom Act, only received 58 votes. The bill needed 60 votes for cloture. Many voted against the bill because they thought the bill went too far. Surprisingly, libertarian leaning Senator and possible Presidential candidate Rand Paul voted against it because the bill did not go far enough.

Window Washers Dangle from One World Trade Center

Two window washers were glad to be back on the ground again after dangling for 90 minutes from the One World Trade Center building. The incident began when the scaffolding cable started to loosen on one side. The pair were then left dangling on the 69th floor of the tallest building in the


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