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Soluble Oat Bran

BY DSN STAFF

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Oat ß-glucan reduces the production of harmful LDL cholesterol. Originally developed by USDA as a fat replacer, oat ß-glucan helps carry fats out of the digestive system. This healthy ingredient is recognized by the FDA for its heart health and cholesterol benefits. Simply mix with any drink or sprinkle on food of your choice.

For more information contact Renee-Jeanne Gillet at rgillet@masonvitamins.com or 800-327-6005

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Cough, Cold and Flu 2013

BY DSN STAFF

The November/December 2013 Cough, Cold and Flu Ingredient Guide breaks down the indication, ingredients, purpose and dosage of Robitussin Maximum Strength, NyQuil Severe Cold & Flu, Theraflu Warming Caplets, Coricidin HBP Cold & Flu, Tylenol Cold & Flu Severe, Hyland’s Defend Severe Cold & Flu, Similasan Mucus Relief and Splintek Night Guard.

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Pedigree, ‘Annie’ raise $1 million to help dogs

BY Ryan Chavis

NEW YORK – Pedigree and the Broadway musical "Annie" worked together to promote awareness of dog adoption, and the partnership resulted in a $1 million donation to Pedigree Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to helping dogs find loving homes. A check was presented to the foundation after the matinee performance on Nov. 20.

Since it’s debut in 1977, "Annie" has featured a real-life shelter dog as Annie’s companion Sandy, making the partnership between Pedigree brand and the Tony Award-winning musical even more special. 

"Annie" is now in its final weeks on Broadway and will play its final performance on Sunday, Jan.5, 2014.

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