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  • December 10 - Leanne Mumm Pardo and Christopher Hughes

    December 10 - Leanne Mumm Pardo and Christopher Hughes
    Hassle Free Holidays TIPS: - Decide what you are going to do and make ahead of time so you are never caught off guard. Shop your own house, stock up easy party items or borrow from friends to save time and money. Transform everyday items into...
  • Labeling Standards for Caffeine

    Labeling Standards for Caffeine
    Maybe it's the sleepless nights. Maybe it's the daytime jitters. Whatever the reason, many people decide to cut back on caffeine - only to find that it's harder than they thought. Caffeine turns up in expected places, in unexpected amounts. And recent...
  • Products with a purpose

    Products with a purpose
    There's a plethora of pink products to purchase to fund the battle against breast cancer. From luscious candy to naughty pasties and trendy clothes to camping gear, buy into the pink war being waged on the cancer that takes so many of our grandmothers,...
  • Take action! Join the crusade

    Take action! Join the crusade
    Walk, run, bike, climb, swim or participate in virtual breast cancer fundraising activities from coast to coast. Pedal the Hershey Tour de Pink from chocolate land to the Big Apple; join in on hundreds of Races for the Cure; drive in the all-female, 18...
  • Top Ten controversial school foods

    Top Ten controversial school foods
    From the Dining@Large blog: It's back-to-school time. And while the kiddos learn reading, writing and arithmetic, parents get schooled in the politics of schoolhouse eating. With all the attention on childhood obesity these days, lots of lunchbox...
  • How does radio host Julie Guy stay fit?

    How does radio host Julie Guy stay fit?
    After putting on 40 pounds with the birth of her second child, radio host Julie Guy was overwhelmed with the thought of getting back in shape. In 2007, she joined The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Team In Training, a local group that trains runners and...
  • One sweet day trip

    Hershey's Chocolate World, epicenter of the "Sweetest Place on Earth," is morphing into even more of a treat for chocolate fans with the addition of two new experiences this month. The first, Create Your Own Candy Bar, is the closest visitors can get...
  • Halloween candy is your friend—really

    Halloween candy is your friend—really
    Halloween is one of my favorite times of the year, but the challenge is that there's always a lot of leftover candy. Having all those sweets around the office can be tempting, and it's pretty easy to rack up a ton of extra calories at this time of year....
  • 10 things you might not know about candy

    Wednesday is Halloween, the top holiday for candy sales. Here are 10 facts that are all treat and no trick: 1. The Arabs are often credited with inventing caramel. But an early use of the hot, sticky substance was not so sweet: Women in harems applied it...
  • Romance for fakers

    Romance for fakers
    You want to be romantic — OK, scratch that. You actually don't want to be romantic, but Someone wants you to be romantic and you don't want to lose Someone to Someone Else. Problem is, you don't really do sentimental. Or rapturous. Or feelings, for...
  • Healthful Sweets: Treats of the Future?

    Healthful Sweets: Treats of the Future?
    Hawking the latest treats at the Sweets & Snacks Expo in Chicago this week, confectioners made promises that seemed too sweet to believe. Saleswomen for Hershey Co. handed out Reese's Minis, chocolate-peanut butter cups the size of marbles, which they...