Jennifer HammondWeblog: www.realclearcool.com
First Published: May 31, 2011 / Last Published: Aug 31, 2012
I am a full-time health professional, part-time blogger and freelance writer. Located in Canada, but interests are global. Interests include health, media, technology, sports, consumer behavior, science and media to name a few.
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August 31, 2012
Johnson and Johnson Cleans Up Its Products, and Reputation
Johnson and Johnson intends to remove hazardous chemicals from its baby and adult personal care products.
August 29, 2012
Campbell Warming Up Sales With Warhol Limited Edition Cans
Target is selling limited edition Andy Warhol inspired Campbell soup cans to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his iconic paintings.in Business
July 25, 2012
NBA Player Returns Home To Share Some Goodness
NBA player Caron Butler returned to his hometown to present a $200,000 donation to four local charities.in Sports
July 24, 2012
Does Your Kid Need A Cholesterol Screening?
A panel recommends routine screening for elevated cholesterol in children ages 2-9.
July 2, 2012
Volunteering: Good for Others, Good for your Health
A growing body of research seems to indicate that engaging in volunteer work improves your physical and mental health.in Lifestyle
June 15, 2012
Hitting the Books Hard, With A Little Help From Adderall
Adderall is the drug of choice among young people who are competing for better grades.
June 12, 2012
Calcium and Vitamin D — No Longer the Darlings of Women's Health
A new panel recommendation seems to suggest that taking calcium and vitamin D may not help prevent osteoporosis.
June 7, 2012
New York Tourists--Meet Your Tiny Pod!
The newest trend in New York hotels is the pod hotel, featuring tiny luxury rooms at reasonable prices.in Business
June 2, 2012
Why your Heart (Hearts) Dark Chocolate
A recent study found that dark chocolate has a protective effect on the heart.in Lifestyle
May 30, 2012
Working Nights May Increase Risk of Breast Cancer
Women who work night shifts seem to have a higher risk of developing breast cancer, according to a new study.