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How Asian-American Families Can Help Save Lives (NAPSA)—Approximately 11,000 babies are born each day in the United States. When these babies are born, many of their parents have the option to not only welcome a new life but to potentially save another life—perhaps that of someone like Thuy Diem Tran. When Tran was just 27 years old, she noticed that whenever she scratched, a rash instantly developed. “One day I was shopping and tried on lip gloss, pressing my lips together, and the next day my lips were black with bruising.” She was diagnosed with aplastic anemia and told she would need a marrow or umbilical cord blood transplant to live. Public Cord Blood Donation: Giving Birth to Hope Thanks to generous parents who donated their baby’s umbilical cord blood to a public cord blood bank, Tran got the transplant that changed the course of her life. Today, she and her husband Stephen are the proud parents of a young son, Jaxon. “Now we really immerse ourselves in our family and friends,” she says. “Having this experience put my life into perspective.” Most patients who need transplants, like Tran, do not have a match in their family and depend on the Be The Match Registry, operated by the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP). The tissue types used for matching patients with donors are inherited, so patients are most likely to find a match within their own racial or ethnic heritage. Unfortunately, many mothers

Thuy Diem Tran and her family are grateful to the generous parents who donated to a public cord blood bank. are unaware of the opportunity to donate cord blood or that there is a critical need for more donations, especially within the Asian community. Donations from Asian mothers represent just 7 percent of the more than 145,000 cord blood units listed on the registry. Tran now talks to expectant mothers, especially those in the Asian community, to encourage them to learn about cord blood donation and its growing use to treat life-threatening diseases. “Look at me. What more can I say?” she tells them. “It’s such a small action that can mean the world to someone else.” How It Works When expectant parents choose to donate their baby’s cord blood to a public cord blood bank, the cord blood is collected immediately after the baby is born and does not interfere with labor,

delivery or the health of the mother or the newborn in any way. The cord blood is then stored at a public cord blood bank and listed on the registry. As a treatment option, cord blood is especially useful for several reasons: •More patients can find a suitable, unrelated match because cord blood doesn’t have to match a patient’s tissue type as closely as donated marrow. •Donated cord blood is stored and readily available, so it’s useful for people who need a transplant quickly. There has been tremendous growth over the last few years in the number of cord blood transplants facilitated. But while many people find the match they need, donations from parents of diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds will help ensure many more have access to this potentially lifesaving treatment. Unlike with private cord blood banking, there’s no cost to donate to a public cord blood bank. Prospective parents can ask if the hospital they’ll use is in the Be The Match network. If not, they can still help save a life by contacting Be The Match. Limited donations of this kind are accepted as long as the obstetrician or midwife agrees to do the collection. Learn More Expectant parents can visit for a list of participating hospitals and to learn more about donation opportunities. They can also call (800) 627-7692.

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Helping The Hungry Can Be A SNAP (NAPSA)—There could soon be good news for the nearly 9 million Americans age 50+ who face the risk of hunger. The Problem Most never dreamed this would happen to them. They’d worked hard, paid their taxes and given back to their community. Unfortunately, the money they counted on to meet their basic needs no longer stretches to the end of the month. Perhaps they lost their job and can’t find another—people 55 and older average more than a year now between jobs. Maybe they’re among the one in three older people whose home value has plunged. They may have experienced the unexpected loss of their spouse or partner. Whatever the cause, they now face a daily, agonizing choice between buying groceries or the medicine they need, between paying the rent or paying the electricity bill. Many of them are too afraid or embarrassed to tell anyone. They may even tell their own children that they are just fine, thank you very much. What’s Being Done There is help through SNAP, the federal government’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, which some places still call “food stamps.” SNAP benefits come on an easy-to-use EBT card that looks just like a debit card, and the card can be used to buy food in thousands of grocery stores, farmers’ markets and other food retail outlets around the country. Today, at least 7 million people age 60+ are eligible for SNAP, but just a third gets benefits. That’s why AARP Foundation’s Drive to

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Ready-To-Serve Seafood Sure To Please A Crowd (NAPSA)—Here’s news to make you merry: Holiday entertaining does not require complicated recipes. Dressing up a ready-to-serve item such as frozen crab cakes can create sumptuous appetizers that are sure to please. Phillips Seafood offers a few quick-fix suggestions:

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Bake or pan sauté crab cake minis according to package directions. Skewer cheese, crab cake, cucumber, then tomatoes on toothpicks. Mini Crab Cups with Peach Salsa & Honey-Lime Drizzle Serves 8 8 each Phillips Maryland Style Crab Cake Minis Mini phyllo cups 2 oz. peeled seedless cucumber, sliced ¼ c. peach salsa, such as Newman’s Own Honey-Lime Drizzle: 1 tsp. lime juice ½ tsp. honey 1 Tbsp. sour cream 2 Tbsp. mayonnaise Cook crab cake minis according to package directions.

Crab Crostinis are easy to make and a crowd pleaser. In small bowl, whisk all honeylime drizzle ingredients together. Place cucumber in phyllo cups and top with salsa and then crab cake. Drizzle with honey-lime. Crab Mini Crostini with Artichoke Pesto Serves 8 8 each Phillips Crab Cake Minis, thawed 8 slices French bread, ½” thick 2 Tbsp. olive oil Artichoke Pesto: ½ c. canned artichoke hearts, chopped 1 ⁄3 c. shredded mozzarella or “Italian blend” cheese 2 Tbsp. prepared basil pesto 1 Tbsp. sundried tomatoes, packed in oil, minced Preheat oven to 375° F. In small bowl, mix artichoke hearts, cheese, pesto and tomatoes. Spread about 1 Tbsp. of artichoke pesto on each slice of bread. Top with a crab cake mini and brush with olive oil. Bake approximately 12 minutes or until center reaches 165° F, bread is toasted and filling is hot.

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Why Green Matters:The Value Of Grass In Your Yard (NAPSA)—When the grass is greener on your side of the fence, you and your family can benefit in ways you may not even realize. Here are a few of the many reasons why green matters, and they are happening right outside your back door. Green space improves the health of your environment— including your home. Green spaces that have grass, trees and shrubs are always at work for the environment. They act as filters for pollutants and dust, and provide shade and lower temperatures in the summer. Just ask Project EverGreen, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to preserve and enhance green space in communities for today and future generations. Project EverGreen reports that 2,500 square feet of turfgrass—like the grass in your yard—absorbs carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and releases enough oxygen for a family of four to breathe. Well-maintained turf cools the environment. According to the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute, a well-managed backyard lawn— meaning those that are cut regularly to the appropriate height, fed with nutrients and watered in a responsible way—helps cool the environment around you. Lawns can be 30 degrees cooler than asphalt and 14 degrees cooler than bare soil on hot days. What can you do to make your lawn work for you?

A lush lawn is not only lovely to look at, it can help increase your health, wealth and happiness. Homeowners can “grasscycle” by leaving grass clippings on the lawn when mowing. The clippings quickly decompose and release valuable nutrients back into the soil to feed the grass, reducing the need for nitrogen by 25 to 50 percent. Modern mulching lawn mowers, such as those from John Deere, a supporter of Project EverGreen, make “grasscycling” even easier. Homeowners can reduce their mowing time by 30 to 40 percent by not having to bag clippings. Having green can mean saving green. Green space can also improve property value. SmartMoney magazine indicated that consumers value a landscaped home up to 11.3 percent higher than its base price. Another study by the Aspen Environmental Companies found that a landscaping investment is nearly always recovered and can help reduce time on the housing market. More Information Learn more at www.projectever and at

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Create Halloween Magic On A Shoestring Budget (NAPSA)—Ghoulish ghosts. Wicked witches. Things that go bump in the night. What better way to have a little Halloween fun than to decorate your home for that spooky night? Halloween decorations can be expensive if you buy them in a store, but don’t let that stop you from capturing the spirit. It’s easy to create Halloween magic for next to nothing. All it takes is a few beverage cans, terra-cotta pots, pumpkins, some paint and a little imagination. Here are a few projects from the archives of to help you deck out your home for the Hallow’s Eve: Create a gaggle of ghoulish ghosts. Reclaim a few aluminum beverage cans from your recycling bin and rinse them thoroughly. Flip up the tab on each can so it’s upright. After the cans are dry, take them outside and give them a couple of coats of Stops Rust Gloss White spray paint. Make sure you cover the entire surface and let them dry for about 24 hours. Then take a permanent marker or foam paint pen to draw on ghostly faces. Attach a 4X4” piece of thin gauze to each can by draping it over the top and affix a pipe cleaner or piece of yarn through each tab to hang. They’re perfect for decorating a porch, entry hall—even your child’s room. Paint a pumpkin. Give a traditional Halloween activity a new twist. Paint a few pumpkins you’ve picked at the pumpkin patch with a spray paint such as Rust-Oleum Chalk Board Paint. Give them 24 hours to fully cure, and then use chalk to draw pictures or write messages like “Boo,” “Go Batty” or “Happy Halloween.” Line them up on the steps leading to your front door

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and you’re ready to welcome trickor-treaters. Or, purchase minipumpkins and spray paint them with ontrend finishes like Universal Copper Hammered or Oil Rubbed Bronze. Place them in a basket on your dining room table for a sophisticated alternative to the traditional painted pumpkin. The paint will preserve your pumpkins so they last through Thanksgiving. Pilgrim’s landing. Here’s a project that can make your Halloween party extra festive and make great placeholders for your Thanksgiving table, too. Gather several inexpensive, 4” terra-cotta pots and give them a couple of coats of paint, such as Ultra Cover 2X Gloss Black spray paint or Rust-Oleum Chalk Board Paint. After they’re completely dry, cut felt circles slightly larger than the opening of the pot and attach them with your hot-glue gun. Then decorate the pots with orange ribbon, candy corn, dried flowers or other seasonal decorations to make festive pilgrims’ hats. You can find more holiday decorating tips at Paintideas.

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Replen Five Questions And Answers About Rising Food Prices (NAPSA)—If you are a budgetconscious shopper, you may have noticed the rising prices of bacon, chicken breasts and pork chops. You may also wonder why prices are rising and how to stretch your budget. Here are the answers to some common questions, along with tips to make your shopping budget go further: Why are meat and poultry prices rising? While many things contribute to food prices, there is one underlying factor that drives up not only meat and poultry prices, but other foods as well: the rising cost of corn. Why is corn so expensive? In 2007, Congress mandated that ethanol be used in the nation’s gasoline supply. Ethanol in the U.S. is made almost entirely from corn. This mandate placed tremendous pressure on the corn supply by increasing demand from the energy industry. The price of corn has skyrocketed ever since, doubling in the past year. About 40 percent of the nation’s corn crop has been diverted away from animal feed and human food and into fuel for cars. Eventually, more than half the U.S. corn supply could be diverted to fuel. How does corn affect the price of food like meat and poultry? Corn is an important part— and in some cases, the largest part (up to 85 percent)—of the diets of animals such as chickens, turkeys, cattle and pigs. Corn is also an important component of many foods and drinks. Corn became so expensive that it was no longer profitable for many farmers and ranchers to continue feeding their livestock and poultry. Some reduced the number of animals they raised or

About 40 percent of the nation’s corn crop is diverted away from animal feed and human food and into fuel for cars. stopped raising them altogether. That means a smaller supply of meat and poultry and higher prices at the grocery store. Is corn ethanol the only factor? How much does it contribute to the increase in food prices? Food prices can be nudged upwards by factors such as the weather—but burning food and feed in our gas tanks is something that can be controlled. The Congressional Budget Office estimates that the production of corn ethanol contributes up to 15 percent of the rising cost of food. What can I do about it? Visit www.CornForFoodNot for more information and steps you can take. The site also offers tips for stretching your meat dollar at the grocery store. You can also send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to AMI, 1150 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, DC, 20036 for a free “Stretch Your Meat Dollar” brochure.

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more inspiration and playtime ideas. Sixty-three percent of parents say they’re a “coach” during playtime—guiding at first, then encouraging from the sidelines. Twenty-six percent consider themselves a “teammate,” as they play with their child from beginning to end. Eleven percent said they are a “cheerleader” who prefers to be a spectator while their child plays. Parents wanting to incorporate more music into their child’s playtime should check out Amazon’s massive selection of children’s music, Common Sense Media music reviews, as well as Face for a downloadable magazine of fun playroom activities and corresponding songs. “One of the best ways to create a successful playtime playlist is to let your kids pick the songs,” says Blaine. “It’s fun to see which ones they choose and be prepared as they will probably ask to play the music over and over! So turn on that music, jam out and turn up the fun during playtime!”

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“Green Plastics” Are All The Rage In Fashion (NAPSA)—Many people may be surprised to realize it, but contemporary fashion wouldn’t exist without plastics. Plastic-based fabrics such as spandex, polyester and rayon give jeans stretch, fleece jackets strength and warmth, and evening gowns a flowing drape. Plastics Then Over the years, plastic fabrics were so influential in fashion they defined entire decades: nylon, made from plastic, was introduced in the late ’30s as a replacement for silk, which was scarce and expensive during World War II. Nylon became so commonplace that stockings took on the name nylons. And what would the ’70s have been without polyester or the ’80s without spandex? Plastics Now Plastics continue to influence the direction of fashion in the 21st century. At a time when many people are seeking ways to lessen their impact on the environment, recycled plastic clothing has grown in popularity because it fits into a sustainable lifestyle. As Steve Russell, vice president of the Plastics Division of The American Chemistry Council, explains, “Designers frequently use plastic-based materials such as nylon, faux leather and sequins in their collections because they allow for extreme versatility and creativity.” Getting Even Greener Quite a few plastic fabrics can be made from recycled plastic. How does this work? It starts with common plastic items, such as water and soda bottles or milk jugs and juice containers, which are cleaned, melted down and stretched into a very fine thread. This thread can then be woven into the same kind of versatile, durable and beautiful fabrics that consumers have come to love, and


(NAP effort to erans, a free fold need the W The c and styl soft-grip ple 5’ to pounds a and lock Plastics, when recycled, can play an important role in fashion on the catwalk and in your closet. the garments and accessories made from these fabrics help to keep plastic bottles out of landfills. When fabrics made with recycled plastics first hit the mainstream, they were reserved for outdoorsy clothing meant for a camping trip or for the gym. Now, however, designers and clothing makers know fabrics made from recycled plastic can work just as well for refined garments as they do for rugged ones. Recycled plastics can now be found in everything from mass-market T-shirts to couture handbags. Clothing companies have produced entire lines made with recycled plastic, and some have programs that let customers return worn clothing for recycling later on. Some of the biggest celebrities have recently been spotted wearing recycled plastic clothing at red-carpet events, which has helped make sustainability chic. In fact, so many designers— and consumers—have embraced clothes and accessories made with recycled materials, they might just become the defining clothing trend of the 2010s. Learn More For more information on sustainable fashion, visit www.

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Why You Should Be Concerned About The Ethanol In Your Engine (NAPSA)—Most cars on the road today run on fuel blends that contain ethanol. But motorists may not know that using ethanolblend fuel can cause significant damage to all types of engines and can result in your car running less efficiently. The problems arise from the chemical nature of the ethanol fuel. Ethanol attracts water from the air and dissolves it in the fuel. If too much water is absorbed, the ethanol separates from the gas blend, destroying the fuel quality and causing potential damage. Since ethanol contains less energy than gasoline, cars and trucks may see drops in mileage and performance. Ethanol also attacks many kinds of plastic, rubber and polymer materials found in key fuel system and engine components. Small engines and two-cycle engines are more seriously affected because ethanol dissolves critical fuel system and engine parts, seriously damaging the equipment. For two-cycle engines, the ethanol interferes with the fuel-oil lubrication, causing additional engine damage. Boats and marine craft also have ethanol problems on both these fronts—lost fuel economy and performance, and long-term damage to rubber seals, fuel lines and fiberglass tanks. Because the marine environment is so humid, boats that use ethanol are more likely to see phase separation and destruction of fuel quality when the ethanol absorbs too much water.

Ethanol-blend fuel can cause damage to engines. Because ethanol is virtually unavoidable across most of the country, the only solution for these types of vehicles/machines is to treat the fuel with a fuel treatment that addresses all these major problems. There is only so much that ethanol treatments can do, so be cautious about false claims. Quality ethanol fuel treatments such as Mix-I-Go and Mix-I-Go Small Engine Formula should do the following, say the experts at Bell Performance, which invented the first fuel additive in 1909: •Restore some of the lost mileage. Results will vary based on vehicle type and condition, but an 8–12 percent improvement is reasonable for many consumers. •Protect rubber and plastic parts from ethanol damage. •Control water buildup and prevent the ethanol fuel from separating. •Contain detergents to clean out deposited resins that the ethanol leaves behind. • Reduce your vehicle’s fuel emissions. For more information, visit or call (877) 231-6673.

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Common Car Seat Mistakes Parents Should Avoid (NAPSA)—Parents of young children need to be better educated in order to avoid making potentially dangerous safety mistakes when they are on the go. The Problem Automobile crashes remain a leading cause of death for children and it’s important that parents consistently and correctly use the appropriate car seat to keep their child passengers safe. Many parents may be unknowingly endangering their children as three out of four car seats are not used correctly, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Some Answers Busy parents and caregivers may be tempted by safety shortcuts when transporting children. AAA offers simple reminders to protect parents’ most precious cargo. Shortcut: “I’m only driving a mile from home, so my son doesn’t need to be secured in his car seat since it’s a short trip.” Reminder: You should buckle up properly on every trip—no matter the distance—especially since most crashes occur close to home. Shortcut: “I’m picking up several kids after soccer practice and I’m going to put my 8-year-old daughter in the front seat so all the children can fit into the car.” Reminder: All children under age 13 are safest when riding in the backseat and properly restrained in a car seat, booster seat or seat belt. Shortcut: “We will be driving more people in our car than we have seat belts. Since it’s a short

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With three out of four child safety seats not properly installed, consulting an expert can be critical to ensure that children are secured in the safest manner possible. trip, it’s not a big deal for someone to ride on another person’s lap.” Reminder: It’s never safe to ride on another person’s lap. Each passenger should be properly restrained on every trip. Shortcut: “My son is 10 years old and 4’6” tall. He’s big enough to use a seat belt now.” Reminder: The American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends children continue to use belt-positioning booster seats until they are 4’9” and the seat belt fits properly. Help For Parents Fortunately, AAA experts are available to help parents with car seat installation. Visit an AAA club, go to or call (866) SEATCHECK [(866) 732-8243]. Learn More For additional information on AAA’s child passenger safety resources for parents and caregivers, visit seat.

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Quilt Keeps Memories Alive (NAPSA)—Visitors to Washington line up every day to pay tribute to veterans of World War II, Vietnam, Korea and the Civil War. But there is no memorial to commemorate the sacrifices made by nuclear weapons workers and uranium miners during the Cold War. Their work was done in top secret facilities, so their service is largely unknown or forgotten. A nonprofit organization called Cold War Patriots hopes to change that. The group is organizing friends and family around the country to create a mobile quilt project to honor the service these forgotten Cold War veterans gave to their country. The quilt will tour the country and be displayed everywhere from community centers and museums to the halls of Congress. Eventually, the U.S. Department of Energy will include the quilt with other memorabilia in a time capsule to help future generations understand the Cold War. The government estimates that between World War II and the end of the Cold War, around 700,000 people worked in 350 facilities located in 43 states. In 1945 alone, there were 132,000 people working on the Manhattan Project to develop the first atomic bomb. In most cases, these facilities were so secretive that even family members did not know what the workers were doing. “Unfortunately, many of them never realized just what a sacrifice they made for their country until they developed cancer and other illnesses from exposure to radia-

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tion and toxic chemicals,” said Greg Austin of Cold War Patriots. The quilt project is just one of the ways that Cold War Patriots hopes to help nuclear weapons workers and their families. Each year on October 30, the group organizes events around the country to commemorate a National Day of Remembrance, which is annually designated with a unanimous resolution passed by the United States Senate. The good news is that workers who fell ill and their family members can apply for assistance from the U.S. Department of Labor. If you or someone you know worked in one of these facilities, here is what you should know: • Compensation is available to help you cover medical bills; • Resource centers can help you file a claim to get the benefits you are entitled to; • Cold War Patriots can assist you and answer your questions. For more information, contact Cold War Patriots at (888) 9038989 or visit www.coldwar

Note to Editors: The United States Senate designated October 30 as a National Day of Remembrance honoring Cold War nuclear weapons workers and uranium miners for their service to their country.

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Tips For Holiday Travel With Young Children (NAPSA)—If you’re among the millions of Americans who will hit the roads and skies this holiday season, a few hints on packing may make traveling more enjoyable. Holiday Travel Tips •Make a list, check it twice: A week before the travel date, make a list of everything you’ll need. Staying organized will keep you from packing, unpacking and repacking to confirm you have all the essentials. Giving yourself a week to think about what you need will help with any anxieties over forgotten items that might arise. •Kids join the packing fun: Instead of carrying a variety of toys, books and other forms of entertainment for your children, allow each child to pack one small bag of favorites. Remind them they have to carry it so they’ll be less likely to bring unnecessary items. •Over the limit: If you’re flying, avoid overweight baggage fees by packing dual-purpose products to free up space. For example, Johnson’s ® Baby Powder helps leave skin feeling smooth, soft and dry. In fact, a recent Harris Interactive poll revealed that 23 percent of adults use baby powder as a deodorant. Another great travel item is Johnson’s Baby Oil Gel. Apply it right after a shower to help lock in 10 times more moisture on wet skin than an ordinary lotion can on dry skin. Both products can be found at any major drugstore or mass retail store.

With travel-sized items, you can save both money and space in your bags. •Be prepared: It’s bound to happen. Spills and messes seem to always be present while traveling with little ones. Pack a small emergency kit complete with Johnson’s Hand & Face Wipes, an easy solution for these messy on-the-go moments. • Mini must-haves: Not checking your luggage, but still want to carry all your essentials to look your best on your family vacation? Pack a variety of Johnson’s new travelsized products to get through the security line with ease. And since these products can be used by children and adults, there’s no need to purchase a complete set of travel products for each member of the family. With Johnson’s travel-sized items, you save both money and space in your bags. Learn More For more tips, visit www.face

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Automation To Benefit Patient Care (NAPSA)—Nearly one-third of pharmacists across the country feel that the biggest change in the pharmacy industry compared to the previous generation is the growth and implementation of automated technologies, according to the Next-Generation Pharmacist Profile. The study, conducted by 360 Intelligent Marketing, aimed at understanding the direction of the pharmacy industry and surveyed pharmacists nationwide. The pharmacists were asked what changes they foresaw for the future of the industry and 26 percent thought they would spend greater time consulting and caring for patients in the coming years. This could potentially be attributed to the aging population and its anticipated effect on health care, putting greater emphasis on the need to closely manage medications. In addition, half of the respondents indicated that these future changes in consulting and other areas would require the use of automation. They see automation as a tool that enables pharmacists to enhance their consultative roles. Fifty-five percent of respondents indicated that as pharmacists, they most enjoy speaking with patients, but feel that they have the least amount of time to do so. The majority chose this specific career path because of their desire to help others. The annual study was commissioned by Parata Systems, a leader in pharmacy automation that allows pharmacists to be “out in front” of the counter and consulting with patients.

Automation can help pharmacists spend more time getting to know their patients’ needs. “What’s most fascinating about these survey results is that there is so little time for consulting with patients—despite it being one of the most important aspects of a pharmacist’s job, in addition to being their favorite,” said Parata Systems CEO Tom Rhoads. “Automation helps to streamline workflow and increase efficiencies in pharmacies so that pharmacists can spend less time counting pills and more time with patients. In turn, medication errors are reduced significantly through robotic dispensing.” Survey respondents included pharmacists from every setting including regional and national chains, independent or community pharmacies, long-term care facilities, health systems and institutions, and Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs pharmacies. For more information on the Next-Generation Pharmacist program, please visit, or visit to learn more about Parata Systems.

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Changin Breakthrough In Prostate Cancer Treatment Offers Exciting, Innovative Option For Patients (NAPSA)—Since the war on cancer was launched 40 years ago, advances in the treatment of prostate cancer have been limited. In fact, to date, only four therapies have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that demonstrate a survival benefit in the treatment of metastatic (advanced) prostate cancer. However, cancer experts believe that one of these drugs might just be the spark that ignites a new era in cancer therapy. The FDA has approved a treatment called Provenge® (sipuleucelT) for men with asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic metastatic castrate resistant (hormone refractory) prostate cancer. Provenge is designed to work by stimulating the patient’s own immune system to fight his cancer. Each dose of Provenge is made from the patient’s own immune cells. “For many years, men with advanced prostate cancer had few options. Now, doctors have an innovative approach to combat this disease,” said Daniel George, M.D., director of GU Medical Oncology and the Prostate Clinic at Duke University Medical Center. “In clinical trials, Provenge demonstrated a significant survival benefit in this patient population with mostly transient and mild to moderate side effects. Provenge is uniquely designed to harness the body’s own immune system to fight advanced prostate cancer and the treatment can be completed in approximately one month.” The FDA based its approval of Provenge in part on clinical trial data that showed Provenge significantly increased overall survival by 4.1 months and reduced the risk of death by 22.5 percent versus the control arm. The majority of side effects were mild to moderate, but some patients experienced serious infusion-related reactions (see details below). Prior to the FDA approval of Provenge, the only treatment options for this patient population included watchful waiting or chemotherapy. Physicians and patients alike are welcoming this additional treatment option. Rollin Hill of Washington, D.C., was diagnosed with prostate can-

cer nearly 18 years ago. When his disease progressed and he was diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer, he was offered Provenge as part of a clinical trial at Walter Reed Medical Center, and says he was relieved to have an additional option. “I’m glad they’ve come up with a different way to treat this disease,” said Mr. Hill. “Provenge was designed to train my immune system to fight cancer, and I liked the idea of using my own cells to fight this battle.” The FDA has also approved the opening of additional manufacturing facilities where Provenge is made, making the drug now broadly available to patients across the country. Additionally, Medicare and all major insurance plans cover the cost of Provenge for the treatment of asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic metastatic castrate resistant (hormone refractory) prostate cancer. Lastly, the manufacturer of Provenge provides Provenge free of charge to eligible patients with no health insurance or who are denied coverage after all claims appeals, and also supports independent foundations that offer assistance with co-pays and coinsurance charges and assistance for treatment-related travel costs. The increased capacity, insurance coverage decisions, and Provenge patient assistance will help ensure patients who could benefit from the treatment have access to it. For more information on prostate cancer and Provenge, or to find an authorized infusion site near you, please visit Provenge Indication and Safety Provenge ® (sipuleucel-T) is approved by the FDA as an autologous cellular immunotherapy for the treatment of asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic metastatic

castrate resistant (hormone refractory) prostate cancer. Provenge is made from your own immune cells. Your cells will be collected at a cell collection center approximately three days before each scheduled infusion of Provenge. There can be risks associated with the cell collection process, which you should discuss with your doctor before deciding to begin treatment with Provenge. Provenge can cause serious reactions. In controlled clinical trials for the treatment of prostate cancer, serious reactions reported in patients in the Provenge group include reactions resulting from the infusion of the drug, which occurred within one day of infusion, and strokes. Severe infusion reactions included chills, fever, fatigue, weakness, breathing problems (shortness of breath, decreased oxygen level and wheezing), dizziness, headache, high blood pressure, muscle ache, nausea and vomiting. Tell your doctor right away if you have breathing problems, chest pains, racing heart or irregular heartbeats, dizziness, nausea or vomiting after getting Provenge, because any of these may be signs of heart or lung problems. The most common side effects reported with Provenge are chills, fatigue, fever, back pain, nausea, joint ache and headache. These are not all the possible side effects of Provenge treatment. For more information, talk with your doctor. Tell your doctor about all your medical problems, including heart problems, lung problems or a history of stroke. Tell your doctor right away if you get a fever over 100° F, or redness at the cell collection or infusion sites, because any of these may be signs of infection. Tell your doctor about all the medicines you take, including prescription and nonprescription drugs, vitamins and dietary supplements. Tell your doctor about any side effect that concerns you or does not go away. For more information on Provenge, please see the Full Prescribing Information or call Dendreon ON Call at (877) 336-3736.

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Autism Is Treatable by Stephen M. Edelson, Ph.D. (NAPSA)—In the early days of attempting to treat autism, parents were given little to no hope regarding their child’s prognosis; the usual recommendation was institutionalization and/or medication. That is no longer the case. Autism experts now value behavioral, environmental and diet modificaStephen M. tions in treating Edelson autism. Autism manifests differently in each person, with the most common symptoms affecting the immunological, the gastrointestinal and the metabolic systems, as well as the neurological system. Diet has long been known to be a factor in various medical disorders—and autism is no exception. Affected children can have an exaggerated response to toxins, foods and airborne allergens. Various research studies have shown that those with autism often lack various nutrients, enzymes, antioxidants and essential fatty acids. The integrative medical approach to treating autism is guided by a simple principle: Remove what is causing harm and add what is missing. “My son was diagnosed with full-syndrome autism when he was 2 years old,” says Autism Research Institute’s Conference Director Denise Fulton. “He exhibited uncontrollable repetitive behavior, a lack of social engagement and very little speech. After seven years using appropriate

Parents of children with autism have seen significant impact with dietary and lifestyle adjustments. medical treatments and individualized behavioral intervention, my son has significantly improved over his initial prognosis. Today, he attends school and community activities without an aide, has made good friends, and enjoys acting on stage, traveling, and learning new things.” If you or someone you know has a child who has been diagnosed with autism, I urge you to keep looking for answers. Autism is treatable. The Autism Research Institute holds biannual conferences about the integrative medical approach for treating autism. Visit to learn more. Stephen M. Edelson, Ph.D., is the director of the Autism Research Institute. Dr. Edelson has been conducting autism research for more than 30 years. His work spans a variety of areas including biomedical, behavioral, sensory and cognition.


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Join “1000 Cranes Of Hope”To Help Fight Cancer (NAPSA)—Getting involved in the fight against blood cancer can be as easy as making a wish. According to the American Cancer Society, nearly 138,000 people were diagnosed with a form of blood cancer last year, accounting for 9 percent of newly diagnosed cancer cases in the United States. Blood cancers are diseases that can affect the bone marrow, the blood cells, the lymph nodes and other parts of the lymphatic system. These blood cancers include multiple myeloma, Hodgkin’s lymphoma, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and leukemia. Although several new treatments have greatly increased the rate of blood cancer cures and remissions in the past decade, ongoing research and continued advances in therapies are still needed to help improve the lives of patients. To increase research, education and access to treatment for patients, Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company developed the 1000 Cranes of Hope program. The ancient Japanese tradition of senbazuru promises that a person who folds 1,000 origami cranes will be granted a wish, such as long life or recovery from illness. The crane, known in Japan as the “tancho,” has for generations embodied hope, beauty and good fortune. Many times a family or group of people have come together to accomplish this labor of love. Each visitor to the program’s website is invited to make wishes, creating digital origami cranes that will join the flocks of others and share their voice in a community united against cancer. Visitors are also encouraged to read

The ancient Japanese tradition of senbazuru promises that a person who folds 1,000 origami cranes will be granted a wish. the collective wishes of patients, caregivers, health care providers and others who stand together to help find a cure for cancer. For each wish made, Millennium will make a donation to one of several professional and charitable organizations that are committed to advancing cancer research, treatment support and education. “The 1000 Cranes of Hope program is a unique way for patients, treatment providers, family and friends to get involved in the fight against cancer,” said Tom K., a multiple myeloma survivor. “It was very touching and encouraging to read these heartfelt wishes during my treatment program for multiple myeloma.” The initiative is a way to give back to the cancer community and to promote the development of extraordinary medicines for cancer patients through science, innovation and passion. For more information, visit www.1000

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Discover The Story Of The Eye (NAPSA)—A new book takes a long and fascinating look at history and biology. Over a span of 543 million years, ocular evolution spawned a variety of eyes for the creatures inhabiting the earth. For species from single-cell organisms to humans, eyes have evolved to form myriad optical and physiological masterpieces. Now, for the first time, the amazing progression of the eyes is documented through the ages by the extensive research of Dr. Ivan Schwab and more than 400 stunning images of critical species and their ocular microscopy. His astounding book, “Evolution’s Witness: How Eyes Evolved,” was published by Oxford University Press. Dr. Schwab is a professor at the University of California, Davis, where he has worked as an ophthalmologist for more than 20 years. His strong interest in biology and natural history led him to investigate ocular stem cells, bioengineered tissues for the eye and comparative optics and physiology. His research took him from the Burgess Shale in the Canadian Rockies to the Ediacaran Hills in South Australia and to every point on earth holding answers to the wondrous ocular evolution. “Like evolution of life in general, the eye’s early trail is obscure,” Dr. Schwab says. “‘Evolution’s Witness’ tracks the advancements, springing them to life. Spiders develop tiny, well-formed eyes with scanning optics and three visual pigments, scallops use the 40 to 100 eyes that circle their mantle and birds possess the ability to see up to five times better than humans. It’s the storybook tale of life and how eyesight evolved from a primeval organism to an unending variety of

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Step Up Your Routine (NAPSA)—Getting into a fitness routine can be as easy as 1, 2, 3— or counting your steps, according to Bob Greene, Oprah’s personal trainer and author of the new “20 Years Younger: Look Younger, Feel Younger, Be Younger!” Even better news: Since the walking you already do is a first step to increasing your mileage and making every step count toward your fitness goal, it’s an easy way to keep up a lifetime of healthy habits, starting with preventing unwanted weight gain. Greene uses a pedometer as his ultimate walking partner. “I recommend walking as an easy cardio activity to step up your fitness routine. And I always bring my Omron pedometer with me. By counting my steps, it keeps me motivated and reminds me to keep going,” he explained. Counting Steps to Fitness It’s recommended that you take 10,000 steps a day—equivalent to about five miles—which can be achieved by walking for 30 to 60 minutes straight or even in 10minute increments over the course of the day. Using a pedometer can help you figure out how many steps you are already taking, whether it’s a few hundred walking to the bus or a couple thousand going out for lunch. In fact, research shows that using a pedometer can increase your total number of steps a day by 2,000, or about one mile. According to Greene, walking your way to fitness can be made even more effective by following a healthy diet and getting enough sleep. Here are further tips to help you get fit: Tip No. 1: Step It Up. Not only is exercise the ultimate antiaging weapon, but brisk walking is a great way to get your heart

Celebrity Personal Trainer Bob Greene says walking is great exercise. rate up—and it’s exercise for just about everyone, from casual walkers to fitness enthusiasts. But don’t go at it alone. An accurate pedometer improves awareness of your activity level, letting you set simple short- and long-term goals and know when you’ve surpassed them. Tip No. 2: Supercharge Your Diet. It can be supereasy to eat your way to lifelong health with superfoods and superfruits. Fuel up in the morning (before you head out on that long walk) by supercharging your oatmeal with a mix of rich-colored berries, such as blueberries and raspberries. Tip No. 3. Sleep Counts. Getting a good night’s sleep is imperative to a healthy lifestyle. Cardiovascular exercise, such as walking, can be the best natural sleep aid— even better when you exercise earlier in the day. So start your day with an early morning power walk and you’ll be more likely to have a great night’s sleep. For more tips from Greene and to learn more about how a pedometer can help you, visit www.

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Trends In Tuition And Technology (NAPSA)—To help their students get ahead, some schools have gotten a helping hand. Currently, as college tuition rises, community colleges are seeing a large spike in enrollment. More than one in three postsecondary students spend some time in community colleges. Community colleges are particularly important for students who are older, working or need remedial classes. Many of them have no computers or only dated, obsolete ones that can’t be taken to class, so widely available technology on campuses is critical to their success. Computer labs and classroom technology remain an important part of community college service and educational offerings but campuses often don’t have a lot of money to spend on technology. Several schools, however, have found an answer. Here are two inspiring examples: •With enrollment skyrocketing, Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD), the largest community college district in the country, had to expand. Through a $6 billion construction boom, it had to equip an additional building every month for six months with new technology and do so affordably. “We had the same problems everyone else is having: demand for more and higher-quality services over longer periods of time— without commensurate increases in budgets or staffing,” said Jorge Mata, CIO of the district. “In addition, we needed to align with the district’s environmental vision.” They decided to outfit the school with HP thin client computers, devices that contain enough information to start up and connect to a more powerful network server that provides the rest of the computing

(NAP heart of in 1884, oldest co ery in M for fine exceptio geons w flavors informa With community college attendance rising, the need for affordable technology increases as well. horsepower. This gives students and faculty a personalized computer environment anywhere in the network, lets technology staff manage computers remotely and has cut overall technology power consumption, making the solution a win all around. •Merced College, in Merced, California, also needed to find a way to improve technology reliability while cutting costs in order to provide access to the increasing number of new students without raising tuition. “The biggest thing is finding ways to purchase what we need to keep our technology current,” explained Donald Peterson, director of IT. “It’s hard in any state environment and it’s now harder and harder each year.” Peterson decided to replace the assorted technology brands that the college had with HP equipment in a budget-friendly strategy. The equipment standardization has made it easier for students and teachers to become confident when using the technology equipment and has provided a stable and reliable environment for the colleges’ IT staff.

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Tips On Keeping A Well-Stocked Kitchen (NAPSA)—There’s good news for those who want to get more enjoyment and nutrition out of family mealtime—and save money as well. With a little bit of preparation, you can have tasty, betterfor-you meals and snacks—and end up wasting less food, money and time. To help, here are some tips. Plan Ahead Begin by brainstorming with the rest of the family about which meals are the true crowd-pleasers. Be sure to double-check with all parties involved in case old favorites have changed. That way, you can avoid spending money on dishes nobody wants. Check The Pantry If you find your shelves overfilled with canned and dry goods you know you don’t want, donate them to a food bank. Focus on restocking with the basics needed for the meals you know your family loves. Learn To Love Lists Make a grocery list built around your family’s favorite meals. A detailed grocery list can help to keep you on track to purchase only the items you need. Check the paper for coupons on favorite items; they can help you decide which meals to prepare. When you return, list your purchases on a whiteboard on the refrigerator so your family knows the nutritious options that are inside. Fortunately, some appliances are now designed to make it easier to access nutritional information. For example, the Maytag Ice 2 0 Easy Access French door refrigerator has an interactive

New appliances are designed to make it easier to prepare nutritious meals. For example , there’s a refrigerator with an LCD touch screen to help with calorie counting. LCD touch screen to help with calorie counting. Plus, an external pantry drawer makes nutritious snacks handy for little ones. It’s Cool To Freeze When you know certain days of the week are busy, plan to have reheated leftovers, whether it’s a dish refrigerated from the night before or frozen from a few weeks prior. Try freezing marinated meats, casseroles, lasagna, soups, even sides like rice. Freeze meals in single-size servings just in case the whole family isn’t able to dine together. Involve The Family Preplanning and cooking can be fun and a lot less stressful if you involve the whole family. Encourage your kids to cook the meals with you and they’ll be more likely to try new flavors and dishes while learning valuable cooking skills. As an added bonus, it will be more fun and less work for you. To learn more, visit


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Spicing Up Your Home’s Color Scheme (NAPSA)—If you want to freshen your home without spending a fortune on a major renovation, consider spicing things up with the season’s newest colors—colors inspired by spices and other fresh, savory ingredients. The eight new colors of DuPont ™ Corian ® solid surfaces blend all the ingredients of a great meal—diversity of color, attention to detail and good taste. Stunning hues with dramatic flakes and flashes of particles set the new colors apart, while providing an aesthetic complement to both traditional and contemporary spaces. These eye-catching colors can be used to contrast or highlight every design element in the room, from flooring to fixtures, walls to ceilings and appliances to cabinets. Just hearing about the latest selection from DuPont may whet your appetite for a cost-effective update: •Hickory Smoke—Buttery yellows accented with saffron veining and large silver flecks. •Clove—Copper and cinnamon emboldened with burnished brown flecks. •Allspice—Intense chestnut brown with smoke-infused veining accented with silver flecks. •Basil—Dramatic waves of nutmeg and green fennel peppered with gold metallic sparkles. •Cilantro—Calming mint blended with hints of cucumber and fresh white flecks.

Rather than completely redoing your kitchen, consider decorating with solid surface materials in stunning hues. •Arrowroot—Crisp white leek swirled with mushroom grays and soft silvery metallic flecks. •Blue Spice—A complex mix of cornflower blue and rich teal with flecks the color of poppy seeds. •Hazelnut—Warm brown coriander sprouts through a river of white sage with large gray flecks. The solid surface materials can be used in a variety of residential applications, including kitchen and bathroom countertops, backsplashes, wet bars, tub decks and tub and shower surrounds. The material is nonporous and with proper cleaning does not promote the growth of mold, mildew or bacteria. More information is available at, www. or by calling (800) 4-CORIAN.

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Working Full-Time, Going To School And Exhausted? It’s Worth It! (NAPSA)—It seems daunting: going to class, studying for exams, writing papers...and putting in a full day’s work. There is, however, encouraging news for those earning their degree while working full-time. A national study by the University of Phoenix Research Institute finds that those who postpone college, then earn their degree while working, are estimated to make an average 22 percent return on their educational investment. The financial benefit of a college degree is no surprise. What is surprising is that three out of four Americans are nontraditional students—defined as working adults who delay college until after age 23—and that the return on investment for these students is almost double the return for traditional students. Until now, most studies have focused on traditional learners who begin college after high school. Very little research has focused on the majority of college students—those who are balancing school with work and family. The study, “Traditional and Nontraditional Students: Is a Bachelor ’s Degree Worth the Investment?,” used data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the College Board and analyzed the financial return on investment of traditional and nontraditional students. The return on educational investment for nontraditional students was 22 percent compared to 12 percent for traditional students.

There’s encouraging news for those working full-time while earning a college degree. Researchers point out that the purpose of the research is not to recommend a nontraditional educational path over a traditional one, but to underscore the remarkable consistency with which a college education provides value over a person’s lifetime. Moreover, the findings project an upbeat message for those considering going back to school while still holding down jobs. “The study provides evidence that investing in a college education at any age is a sound decision,” says Dr. Tracey Wilen-Daugenti, who leads the University of Phoenix Research Institute. “Educators and employers can help make America more competitive in the global knowledge economy by creating policies and programs that support college students in all stages of life.” Read a full copy of the report at


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