Tag Archives: Walmart

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CVS Set To Buy Health Insurance Giant Aetna In $69 Billion Deal

By Washington Post

Pharmacy giant CVS Health has agreed to buy Aetna in a $69 billion blockbuster acquisition 

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Disturbing Shirt Seen At Minnesota Trump Rally; Walmart & Zazzle Pull It From Their Inventory

By Patch.com

An inflammatory T-shirt worn by a man at Donald Trump’s only rally

FDA Finds Most Herbal Supplements Sold In Major Stores Contain Cheap Fillers Instead Of What They Claim

By HLF-Team.com

Walmart, Walgreens, Target, and GNC are taking full advantage of the lack of regulation

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Large Percent of Dollar Store Products Linked to Serious Health Problems Including Cancer

By Healthy Holistic Living
HealthyStuff, in collaboration with the Campaign for Healthier Solutions, released a report today about toxic chemicals found in Dollar store products.

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2 People Find Dead Bat In Salad Sold in Southeast U.S. Wal-Marts

By NPR

An unwelcome discovery by a couple of salad eaters included a sordid new ingredient.

 

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Trump Rolls Back Protections For Women Workers

By NBC News

With little notice, President Donald Trump recently signed an executive order that advocates say rolls back hard-fought victories for women in the workplace.

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A&E Documentary Goes Inside The Ku Klux Klan

By NY Times

The setup is warm and fuzzy. “Girls, I got y’all some gifts,” says Steven Howard

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Why Aren’t Hard Working Black People Being Treated Fairly In The Work Place

By Washington Post

We’ve known for a while that black Americans aren’t making economic progress.

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Viagra & Prostitutes Causing a Spike in AIDS Diagnosis Among Elderly Black Men

By EurWeb

In the past, whenever an opportunity arose for O’Neal to pleasure himself, he would gleefully dig into his special

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Tracy Morgan speaks for the first time since the car crash

By Today

Tracy Morgan broke his silence Monday on TODAY over the car crash that nearly claimed his life,

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Before you eat that ice cream from Walmart find out why it doesn’t melt

By Dr. Mercola

Earlier this summer, a woman in Cincinnati noticed that her son’s Walmart-brand ice cream sandwich didn’t melt when he accidently left it outside for 12 hours, in 80-degree F weather.

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Meth Lab found in Walmart bathroom

By MSN

Police discovered a methamphetamine lab inside a Walmart restroom in Muncie, Indiana, on Thursday night.

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2 Year old grabs mother’s gun and fatally shoots her

By EurThisNThat

It was meant to be a day of visiting relatives and shopping. But it turned into a fatal event when a 2-year-old boy found his mother’s gun after reaching into her purse at a Walmart store in northern Idaho and the concealed weapon went off, according to authorities in a statement on Tuesday.

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Titi Branch, creator of Miss Jessie’s Curly Pudding, dies at the age of 45

By NV Magazine

Titi Branch, was the co-founder of Miss Jessie’s a leading company in the natural hair care industry. She created their signature Miss Jessie’s Curly Pudding® for the Brooklyn hair salon, Curve, she ran with her sister Miko.

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Walmart ask employees to donate food to less fortunate co-workers

By Raw Story

Walmart is once again asking employees to donate canned goods to help their less-fortunate coworkers celebrate Thanksgiving.

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Small businesses struggle to provide health insurance to its workers

By The New York Times

Brian Adams, who sells fireplaces in Indianapolis, is like many of the nation’s small-business owners. As the cost of providing health benefits has climbed, he has struggled to afford coverage for his employees — a problem the new health care law was designed, in part, to address.

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Walmart is now selling health insurance to its customers

By Sarah Halzack/ Washington Post

Wal-Mart announced Monday that it will dive deeper into the health-care market, unveiling an initiative to allow customers to compare and enroll in health insurance plans in thousands of its stores.