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Thomas'® Shares English Muffin B-Roll Footage Available to Media for
National English Muffin Day

Ever since making their triumphant arrival 137 years ago, Thomas'® English Muffins captured America's taste buds with their signature 'Nooks & Crannies®' texture — and breakfast has never been the same.

From classic butter and jam to delicious breakfast sandwiches and beyond, everyone has their favorite way to enjoy the iconic English Muffin, and this year, the American breakfast staple finally gets its moment in the spotlight on National English Muffin Day — Sunday, April 23, 2017!

To give fans even more reason to celebrate one of their favorite breakfast items, Thomas' will also be releasing a new, limited edition English Muffin flavor in honor of National English Muffin Day: Bacon Buttermilk Pancake!

National English Muffin Day - B-Roll Footage - Download


National English Muffin Day Infographic


As a way of preventing a life threatening peanut allergy, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases reversed national health guidelines last month and now recommends that parents introduce foods containing peanut proteins to their infants and children early and often.

To help parents understand the new recommendations for preventing a peanut allergy, Dr. Shahzad Mustafa, MD, Medical Advisory Board Chair of the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connection Team (FAACT) and a leading allergist, discusses the guidelines in the following video.  


Additional resources and more information available at www.PeanutAllergyFacts.org

Below are the current recommendations for introducing peanut foods to infants:

  • Guideline 1 (severe eczema or egg allergy or both) – introduce age-appropriate peanut foods as early as 4-6 months, after (1) introduction of other solid foods and (2) evaluation with sIgE blood test or skin prick test (SPT) or both. Infants in this category should see their healthcare provider before introducing peanut foods. Depending on the results of the sIgE and/or SPT, peanut foods should be introduced under supervision by a knowledgeable healthcare provider or at home.
  • Guideline 2 (mild to moderate eczema) – introduce peanut foods around 6 months of age, in accordance with family preferences and cultural practices. Age-appropriate peanut foods can be introduced at home without an in-office evaluation by a healthcare provider, unless the infant’s healthcare provider or caregiver prefer in evaluation or supervised feeding or both.
  • Guideline 3 (no eczema or food allergy) – freely introduce age-appropriate peanut containing foods together with other solid foods and in accordance with family preferences and cultural practices.

Introducing peanut foods to infants is easy and can be done by:

  • Feeding the infant 21 pieces of Bamba or similar peanut puff product (either as is or softened with 4-6 tsp of water)
  • Mixing 2 tsp of peanut butter into 2-3 tsp of hot water (allow to cool before feeding)
  • Mixing 2 tsp peanut butter into 2-3 Tbsp previously tolerated pureed fruit or vegetables

 About Dr. Shahzad Mustafa, MD:

  • FAACT Medical Advisory Board Chair
  • Allergist, Division of Allergy & Immunology Rochester Regional Health System, Rochester, NY
  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine and Clerkship Director, Allergy & Clinical Immunology University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry Rochester, NY

Decluttering the Home for the Holidays

The holidays are a time for enjoying friends and family in the home and also finding somewhere to hide all the clutter before everyone arrives. One study* found disorganization can consume 15-20 percent of the average home’s annual budget through rebuying misplaced items, rush charges and late fees.

Not only can cleaning and organizing the home be easy, but according to organizing expert, Donna Smallin Kuper, many unwanted and unused items around the home are worth something and can easily be sold. 



Donna Smallin Kuper, the One Minute Organizer, and Liam Howley, Director of Marketing, Decluttr
Courtesy of Decluttr.com

About Decluttr

www.Decluttr.com is a completely free and easy way for customers to get fast cash for their unwanted CDs, DVDs, books, video games, cell phones and other tech items including Games Consoles, Tablets, iPods and more all in one place.

The company’s website and free smartphone Apps mean that anyone can easily sell their unwanted products and reap the benefits – from making a little extra cash and freeing up valuable space in the home, to reducing the need for borrowing and minimizing their impact on the environment.

www.Decluttr.com gives customers an instant reward value for their unwanted stuff using a smart valuation engine named ‘Val’ and it pays out via check or bank transfer on the next working day after the goods are received.

Customers are also able to donate to charity too. The service is completely free to use, there are no auction or seller fees and they even pay the shipping.  Since launching in 2013, Decluttr has paid out over $15M of debt-free capital back into the economy, putting extra cash into the hands of consumers and fueling further spending.

 For more information on trade-in values, visit www.decluttr.com.


Eight reasons you should sell your stuff with Decluttr:

You can sell, CDs, DVDs, Blu-Rays, Video Games, Books, Cell Phones and Tech at the same time
Unlike other sites which will only buy tech or media, you can sell CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays, games, books and tech in one quick and easy transaction with Decluttr.

It’s completely FREE to use!
Our FREE apps turn your phone’s camera into a barcode scanner! Just scan your barcodes or select your tech to get an instant price. There are no seller, listing or PayPal fees and no auctions! 

FREE Shipping
No matter where you live, it’s totally FREE to ship your stuff to Decluttr via UPS.

Fast next day payments
We pay the day after your items arrive, making Decluttr a great way to make quick cash!

We pay the best prices for many popular cell phones
We consistently pay more than other buyback sites for Apple, Samsung and other popular cell phones. We price match to ensure we won’t be beaten on price. 

Our tech price promise guarantees you get the first price offered for your items too. If your offer changes in any way, you can request your tech back for free unlike other buy back competitors.

We’re trusted by millions of customers around the world
We’ve paid out over $175 million to over 3 million customers in the US and UK. We also have a 5 star Trustpilot customer rating thanks to our fast, efficient service and brilliant customer support.

Selling with Decluttr is good for the environment
Only 27% of e-waste is recycled annually. By selling your tech with Decluttr, you’re preventing it from going to landfill or one of the many e-waste ‘dumps’ in some of the poorest parts of the world, where toxic chemicals used to build various components pollute both the land and air. Millions of CDs and DVDs are also thrown away every year! We also recycle all the packaging sent to us.



Recipes and Tips for Helping Those with Swallowing Disorders



Jennifer Baquet, MA, CCC-SLP, is a senior speech-language pathologist who serves residents at Amsterdam Nursing Home in New York City shares creative approaches to helping those with swallowing disorders with meals and stay hydrated with tasty recipes, like popsicles, soups and other drinks, during the hot summer months. 

For the 18 million Americans with dysphagia, a swallowing disorder, every meal and sip of water can feel like drowning. The main risk is aspiration, or inhaling food/liquid into the airway and lungs, which can cause pneumonia. These individuals must rely on thickened liquids, but options are limited and often unappealing. As a result, more than 200,000 short-term hospital stay patients with dysphagia are discharged with a primary diagnosis of dehydration annually.

More information available at www.Thick-It.com.

About Jennifer Baquet

Jennifer Baquet, MA, CCC-SLP, is a senior speech-language pathologist with Language Fundamentals and provides services at the Amsterdam Nursing Home in New York City, which has been rated one of “America’s Best Nursing Homes” by US News and World Report.  Jennifer and her team at Amsterdam helped develop and implement an innovative dining service program for those with dysphagia. They’ve created new and popular drink flavors like kiwi strawberry, and even are able to serve broths or a resident’s own favorite tea.

Research Study: Relationship Between Body Fat, Body Mass Index and Mortality

New study examines the associations of body mass index (BMI) and body fat percentage (separately and together) with mortality.


Philadelphia, March 07, 2016  -- Keeping body fat low as you age is more important than achieving a low number on the scale, according to an article published in Annals of Internal Medicine. Both low body mass index (BMI), a measure of a person’s weight in relation to height, and high body fat percentage are independently associated with increased risk for death.

Recent studies have shown an association between mild obesity (as measured by BMI) and lower mortality risk. Known as the “obesity paradox,” these findings have been the source of debate, as physicians are advised to counsel obese patients to lose weight to decrease their risk for chronic conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease.

Because BMI is an imperfect measure of body fat, researchers hypothesized that greater body fat percentage, independent of BMI, would be associated with increased mortality.
They measured body fat using dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) and BMI for 50,000 men and women over the age of 40 to examine associations between BMI and percent fat – alone and in combination – with mortality. They found that having a higher percent body fat was independently associated with reduced survival, as was having a low BMI.

These finding suggest that body composition, not just weight, needs to be considered when assessing a patient’s health and risk of death. The authors say that in some people, higher BMI may actually reflect non-fat tissue such as muscle.


When it comes to death risk, how much fat you carry may be more important than the number on the scale. Investigator, Dr. Bill Leslie, explains the results of his research on body fat, body mass index (BMI) and mortality published in Annals of Internal Medicine.


Dr. Bill Leslie Soundbites


About Annals of Internal Medicine

Annals of Internal Medicine is one of the most widely cited and influential medical journals in the world, with an impact factor of 17.810 – the highest of any specialty journal in its category. Annals’ mission is to promote excellence in medicine, enable physicians and other health care professionals to be well informed members of the medical community and society, advance standards in the conduct and reporting of medical research, and contribute to improving the health of people worldwide. Established in 1927, Annals is the flagship journal of the American College of Physicians (ACP).