Sunday, March 30, 2008

FDA Warns Consumers about "Total Body Formula" and "Total Body Mega Formula"
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is advising consumers not to purchase or consume Total Body Formula in the flavors of Tropical Orange and Peach Nectar, or Total Body Mega Formula in the Orange/Tangerine flavor. The liquid dietary supplement products may cause severe adverse reactions, including significant hair loss, muscle cramps, diarrhea, joint pain and fatigue.The Total Body Formula products are sold in eight-ounce and 32-ounce plastic bottles. The Total Body Mega Formula is sold in 32-ounce plastic bottles. Both products are distributed by Total Body Essential Nutrition of Atlanta. The company is the sole distributor of the products and has voluntarily recalled Total Body Formula in the flavors of Tropical Orange and Peach Nectar and Total Body Mega Formula in Orange/Tangerine flavor.

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Statement by Robert Janssen, M.D. -- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(BUSINESS WIRE)--In response to statements today by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, CDC provides the following important clarification and corrections regarding CDC’s 2006 HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report, published on March 26, 2008.

Project American Heroes Raises $130,000 to Benefit Armed Forces Community
(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Armed Forces Foundation (AFF) is proud to announce that the custom-built 1957 Chevy convertible built under the name Project American Heroes was auctioned off Friday, March 28, at the 6th Annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Car auction in Palm Beach, Florida raising $130,000 for The Armed Forces Foundation.

Heritage Financial Group to Reduce Its Planned Investment in North Georgia Start-up Bank
(BUSINESS WIRE)--Heritage Financial Group (NASDAQ:HBOS), the mid-tier holding company for HeritageBank of the South, today announced that it will reduce its planned investment in Chattahoochee Bank of Georgia, a new bank being organized in Gainesville, Georgia. In November 2007, the Company announced that it expected to invest up to approximately $3 million in the new bank,

Jim Gilmore running to secceed U.S. Senator Warner, Virginia
Dear Friend: We believe former Governor Jim Gilmore is uniquely qualified to succeed retiring U.S. Senator John Warner in the United States Senate. Jim Gilmore is a native of Richmond; the son of working class parents who served as a member of U.S. Army counter-intelligence; a crime busting prosecutor in Virginia; and a no-nonsense Virginia Attorney General.

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