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Heidi Klum Unique Easter Crafts for Kids Video



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Giveaway: Win the new Dvd set The Flintstones and WWE: Stone Age Smackdown


Enter our giveaway to win the new Dvd set The Flintstones and WWE: Stone Age Smackdown
Check out the app and take the quiz to find out what Flintstone or WWe Smackdown star you are.
• Download the fun activities – and do them together as a family while you watch the film at home.
• Watch the official trailer
This new video is an entertaining cartoon that kids of all ages will enjoy. Who doesn’t love the Flintstones?!? If you have a child that is a WWE fan then this video is one they will love too.

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LEGO Justice League Vs Bizarro League Blu-ray Giveaway


Lego fans wait no more! LEGO: DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League is here along with an awesome Bizarro name-generator app and exclusive Digital Trading Cards.
One lucky reader will win a (Blu-ray+DVD+Digital HD UltraViolet Combo Pack + with Batzarro LEGO minifigure) of LEGO Justice League vs. Bizarro League.

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Free Kindle Books on Amazon


Currently these kindle books are free on Amazon right now. Just click the name of the book you want to download and it will take you to the site to download the book.

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Cute Valentines Day Hairstyles for Girls


Video with how to Valentines Day hairstyles for girls. Click to watch video.

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Homemade Natural Fruit and Vegetable Wash


This is a natural wash you can use to wash all your fruits and vegetables. It will save you money making your own then having to keep buying it at the store. I just put it in a spray bottle and as I’m filling up the bowl with water I spray the fruit or vegetables and then let it soak for about 10 minutes. Rinse the fruit or vegetables really good afterward.
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Oil Pulling Craze: All-Purpose Remedy?

Oil pulling is making headlines as it seems to becoming widely popular, but it’s actually an Ayurvedic Indian tradition that’s been around for thousands of years.
To perform it, you simply swish an oil in your mouth, “pulling” it between your teeth for about 20 minutes. You can use a number of oils for this, but sesame, sunflower, and coconut oil are the most commonly used.
As for the benefits, this is one of the easiest ways to support your oral health naturally, especially if you use coconut oil, which is a powerful destroyer of all kinds of microbes, from viruses to bacteria to protozoa, many of which can be harmful.

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McDonald’s french fries found to contain Silly Putty ingredient and petroleum chemical


Grant Imahara, host of the eye-opening show Mythbusters, was at it again. This time, he didn’t set out to get involved with crash test dummies or explosives. Instead, he recently focused on a specific food — which it can hardly be called — at McDonald’s: french fries.
Imahara went directly to the fast food chain’s processing plant in the potato-loving state, where he thankfully learned that the fries’ first ingredient are indeed spuds. However, the ingredients that followed are disturbing to say the least.

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C Span Hearing on Childhood Vaccinations

Click to watch the hearing on Childhood Vaccinations
Pediatricians and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) officials testified at a hearing on the link between recent outbreaks of diseases such as measles, and some parents’ decision not to vaccinate their children.

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Six-Spice Butternut Squash


If you’re looking for a hearty vegetable that can be prepared without too much fuss, pick up a butternut squash the next time you’re at the farmer’s market. In season from October to February, this variety of winter squash can be picked out by its cream-colored skin and large pear shape.
When you cut it open, you’ll see bright orange-colored flesh that is, as its color suggests, rich in carotenoids like beta-carotene, an antioxidant that turns into vitamin A in your body (just one cup of butternut squash provides 437 percent of your daily requirement).

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