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Take a Step in Paris' Shoes!

Ever wondered what it would be like to walk in an heiress' shoes for aday? Soon you can with the upcoming February launch of the highly anticipatedsignature footwear collection from Paris Hilton. The exclusive Paris HiltonFootwear Collection national launch will take place at Macy's South CoastPlaza on February eighth, where Paris will personally unveil her new line ofstylish, comfortable and affordable footwear.

Mary Lou Retton Teams Up with Tyson Foods in a Quest for America's GoldMedal Mom

Tyson Foods, a sponsor of the 2008 and 2010 U-S Olympic Teams, hasannounced a partnership with Olympic gymnastics champion, Mary Lou Retton, ina nationwide search for the mom most deserving of the title, "Gold Medal Mom".The Tyson contest, which will be judged in part by Retton, invites Americansto show gratitude for the gold-medal deserving moms in their lives by sharingcompelling stories of the moms' selfless dedication to helping others livetheir dreams. One lucky mom will be named the Tyson Gold Medal Mom and willreceive an all-expense paid trip for two to Beijing, China for the 2008Olympic Games.

Devastating Toll of Diabetes Reaches One Hundred and Seventy Four Billion

Diabetes is costing Americans one hundred and seventy-four billion dollarsannually, a figure that has increased by thirty-two percent since 2002,according to a study commissioned by the American Diabetes Association. TheA-D-A, leaders from the Congressional Diabetes Caucus, and diabetes expertsdiscussed the economic impact of this compelling new data during acongressional briefing on Capitol Hill. The study reveals that the directeconomic costs associated with diabetes have reached unprecedented levels.

Actually, You Do Look Fat In Those Jeans ...

When it comes to relationships between men and women, sometimes honesty isnot the best policy. According to the 2008 Harlequin Romance Report, themajority of American men, in fact sixty-one percent, have done the right thingand lied when their significant other asked the dreaded "Do I look fat inthis?" According to sixty-three percent of Americans, white lies are anacceptable and even welcome part of any relationship, despite the fact thattrust and honesty were ranked as the values that mattered most to bothforty-one percent of men and fifty-one percent of women in relationships.

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