Madeline Wells Updated 12:29 pm PDT, Thursday, April 18, 2019 Storm the baby goat receives some love and affection from Stacy Thompson (right) and Nate Eddinger during the 10th annual Goat Festival at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in San Francisco, Calif. on Saturday, April 13, 2019. less Storm the baby goat receives some love and affection from Stacy Thompson (right) and Nate Eddinger during the 10th annual Goat Festival at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in San Francisco, Calif. on Saturday, ... more Photo: Paul Chinn / The Chronicle Buy photo Photo: Paul Chinn / The Chronicle Image 1 of / 48 Caption Close Image 1 of 48 Storm the baby goat receives some love and affection from Stacy Thompson (right) and Nate Eddinger during the 10th annual Goat Festival at the Ferry Plaza … [Read more...] about You’ve goat to be kidding me: Pet baby goats at the California Academy of Sciences tonight
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | Knowing Natchez by Its Dead Advertisement Supported by The city cemetery encapsulates this Mississippi river town’s complicated, counterintuitive history. ByRichard Rubin April 5, 2019 Make your way around Natchez, Historic Natchez Foundation. Most of those fortunes were wiped out by the Civil War; but Ms. Miller believes that Natchez itself, with all its grand homes, was spared largely because “Natchez voted against secession.” Not that its elite were opposed to slavery — most of their fortunes were built on cotton, and thus on slave labor — but, as Ms. Miller put it, the town’s leading citizens recognized that “secession was bad for business — and crazy.” Even today, she said, you rarely see Instead, many proud Natchezians honor their heritage … [Read more...] about Knowing Natchez by Its Dead
PUBLISHED: 08:33 04 April 2019 Megan Aldous Take a look at the items currently being recalled Picture: CONTRIBUTED Archant Trading Standards are urging the public to check their cupboards after they have recalled a number of household items. Trading Standards are urging the public to check their cupboards after they have recalled a number of household items.The following products are being recalled due to them failing to pass safety regulations. Asda is recalling its garlic and parsley butter which is sold alongside fish as it could contain peanuts. The product is served at the fish counter and poses a possible health risk to anyone with an allergy to nut. Customers are asked to bring back the item to their nearest store for a full refund.A batch of blueberry muffins from the Spar have been deemed unsafe to eat after traces of plastic were discovered. The blueberry muffins being recalled are a four pack, with the batch code 19049 and the best before date … [Read more...] about Do you have these recalled items in your home?
By Joan Morris | [email protected] | Bay Area News GroupPUBLISHED: February 4, 2019 at 3:34 pm | UPDATED: February 5, 2019 at 3:23 am Hill’s Pet Nutrition has joined other dog food companies in voluntarily recalling brands of pet food that may be too high in vitamin D, which can damage kidneys. Meanwhile, researchers at UC Davis have published a study that appears to link grain-free and legume-rich foods to canine heart disease. After investigating, the company confirmed “elevated levels of vitamin D due to a supplier error.” Hill’s is working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on the recall, which involves 25 products and specific lots of Hill’s Prescription Diet adult and puppy foods. Hill’s website includes a complete list of recalled products and their sku and date stamps. The foods were sold primarily in the United States. Late last year, Elm Pet Foods, ANF Inc., Sunshine Mills Inc., Natural Life Pet Products and … [Read more...] about New dog food recall and the latest warning on grain-free foods
I never thought I’d be the kind of person who takes their 10-month-old baby on a long-haul flight to a tropical island for an indulgent week away. My earliest family holidays were taken under canvas in crowded French campsites. But then I never thought that six months after my daughter’s birth I’d be sitting in a consulting room trying to explain through my tears that there was simply “too much in my head”. In the referral letter, my GP had written that I was “appropriately dressed”; I was wearing a pair of Gucci loafers. I remember looking at my shoes trying to recall being the same woman who less than a year earlier had walked confidently into fashion shows and filed reviews to be printed in this newspaper within an hour. I was now too terrified to leave the house or be left alone. One in 10 women will suffer with postnatal depression within a year of having their first child. I am fortunate: I have a job with private healthcare benefits; I … [Read more...] about Can a sunny escape from the pressures of daily life help post-natal depression?