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By Katy Siwirski During the 1960s, the amount of processed foods being created for consumers began to increase, and manufacturers were often making misleading claims about their products. Consumers grew concerned and worried about the level of trustworthi...

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By Emma Jackson If you’re anything like me, late night snacking before bed is your norm. There is just something so satisfying about laying down with a full tummy to get a good night’s sleep. But all too often I find myself staring at the ceiling unti...

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By Lucy Connery The Wellness Institute of Greater Buffalo & Western New York, Inc. Anyone who lives in Buffalo or in the surrounding areas knows it as a big city, with a small town feel. The city’s branding as the “City of Good Neighbors” can be...

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By Oliver Clarke Real estate is an ever-shifting landscape between buyer’s markets, seller’s markets, rising and falling property values, and housing bubbles. If you’re looking for a new place, often you will encounter the question, is it better to ...

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By Lauren Kontos Picture this: You’ve just opened up your very own business. You have a nice office, full staff, products ready to be sold, and the most up-to-date technology to help efficiently run your company. BUT you spent so much of your budget get...

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By Canney Savanney Spring break is rapidly approaching for many students. The last time you checked, you had just enough money to buy a ©Timbit and coffee. Needless to say, that trip to Cancun is simply out of the question. Just because you are not flyin...

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By Lauren Antkowiak Today’s world is filled with so much distraction. Everybody is walking around with their heads down looking at their phones. They obsess and worry about the little things that, in the long run, don’t matter. It’s important to sto...

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