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NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 13, 2013--Rayovac, a worldwide leader in battery power and innovation and a division of Spectrum Brands Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: SPB), announced today that two of its products, the Rayovac Emergency 2 Hour Power mobile charger and the Rayovac 15-Minute Battery Charger, have been named International CES Innovations 2014 Design and Engineering Award Honorees. Products entered in this prestigious program are judged by a preeminent panel of independent industrial designers, independent engineers and members of the trade media to honor outstanding design and engineering in cutting-edge consumer electronics products across 29 product categories.
SARASOTA, CO., FL - The Department of health is warning residents to avoid standing water in the wake of heavy rain fall this week.
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(NewsUSA) - If you think you have seen an unusually large number of creepy-crawly bugs this year, it's not your imagination. The hot weather that has plagued much of the country has created an environment for insects that bad dreams and classic sci-fi movies are made of.
(ARA) - This year's tick population, including the increased number of the treatments throughout the Mid-Atlantic, has a somewhat surprising cause ... acorns.
(NAPSI)—For an herb that’s so pretty and so deliciously aromatic, lavender has some surprisingly practical uses.
(NAPSI)—The latest designer street drug sounds like a relaxing spa accessory, but its effects can be lethal. Not intended for bathing, the synthetic drug known as "bath salts" is snorted, smoked or injected to obtain a high and has effects that have been compared with methamphetamine.
(ARA) - While warmer weather brings many opportunities to enjoy outdoor living spaces, it also ushers in unwanted pests like ticks and mosquitos.
(ARA) - Summer picnic season is upon us, and that means it is time to grab the sunglasses, cooler and sunscreen, and head outdoors. But people are not the only ones who want to enjoy the warm weather. Flying, stinging insects like bees and wasps are abuzz, and make their presence known when collecting pollen and nectar as the weather warms.
(ARA) - Warmer, longer days, flowers blooming, birds chirping and the onset of the garden season are all glorious signs that cold weather is behind us. And, while taking in the sights, sounds and smells of Mother Nature at work is refreshing, the good does bring a few, less-than-ideal issues - a major one being stink bugs. Unfortunately, this year may see the largest population of stink bugs across the U.S. to date thanks to the very mild winter weather pattern most of the country experienced.
(ARA) - Heading out for an afternoon in the park this summer? Few things beat whiling away the warm summer hours immersed in a good book or your favorite magazine. Before you spread out the blanket or set up your favorite folding chair, you should be aware of some dangerous outdoor health factors.