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PR Newswire Broadcast Minute and Podcast for Thursday, November 8, 2007

Thursday, November 8, 2007 General News J E 4
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Caffeine Survey Reveals Most, Least Caffeinated Cities

The first annual HealthSaver Caffeinated Cities Survey, commissioned byHealthSaver, found that the most caffeinated city in the country is Chicago,followed by Tampa, Miami, Phoenix and Atlanta. The least caffeinated citiesare San Francisco/Oakland, followed closely by Philadelphia, New York, Detroitand Baltimore. The survey considered numerous caffeine sources, includingcoffee, tea, sodas, energy drinks, chocolate, pain relievers and caffeinepills.

Stress and Anxiety Interfere With Sleep

Seven out of ten adults in the United States say they experience stress oranxiety daily, and most say it interferes at least moderately with theirlives. About one-third report persistent stress or excessive anxiety daily orthat they have had an anxiety or panic attack. Seven out of ten of thoseadults say they have trouble sleeping. These are among the findings of the2007 Stress and Anxiety Disorders Survey, commissioned by the AnxietyDisorders Association of America, which is sponsoring National Stress OutWeek.

Welcome to the House That Adam and Eve Built!

Adam and Eve, America's leading source for all things erotic, is pleasedto announce its help in erecting a Habitat for Humanity home in the offices'home town of Hillsborough, North Carolina. Long known for their contributionin community efforts, Adam and Eve employees jumped at the chance toparticipate in this undertaking.

Kobayashi and Joey Chestnut Look to Gobble a World Record at Spike T-V's'M-L-E Chowdown: The Turkey Bowl'

Before bragging to your relatives about how much turkey you can eat thisThanksgiving; Spike TV and Major League Eating present "M-L-E Chowdown: TheTurkey Bowl" as the world's top eaters look to consume an entire twenty poundturkey in eight minutes. The two giants in the sport, Joey Chestnut andKobayashi, look to gobble a new world record as they battle it out with theother six top eaters. During the main event, Chestnut and Kobayashi willcompete against current record holder for whole turkey consumption, PatrickBertoletti, who ate four-point-eight pounds of turkey in twelve minutes lastNovember. Additional competitors include Tim "Eater X" Janus, Arturo Rios, Tim"Gravy" Brown, Rich LeFevre and Allen Goldstein.

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