A Plymouth teen with a severe peanut allergy died after eating a cookie.
As Paul Burton shows us his mom hopes his death will raise awareness of food allergies.
Robin Fitzpatrick, mother: "Cameron, he just carried himself so well, such a responsible and bright man, with a smile that lit up a room."
Cameron Groezinger Fitzpatrick...had a way of drawing of people in he loved life and was known around the neighborhood as the "big deal."
Kayla Fitzpatrick said, "He was such a big deal, when that kid shows up, you know he's there."
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Study of 800 women found higher symptom rates with shorter leaves
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By Patrick Temple-West WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. Senate panel voted on Friday to confirm President Barack Obama's choice to be the next Internal Revenue Service commissioner, sending his nomination to the full Senate. In a voice vote, the Senate Finance Committee, as expected, confirmed John Koskinen to be the next chief tax collector. The earliest the full Senate could vote would be on Monday. He would replace the IRS's acting commissioner, Danny Werfel.
'Tis the season for completely losing it. The holidays are a worry-filled time for a lot of people, but it turns out that you might be partially to blame for your own pre-eggnog anxiety. But we know (or we hope) you're not purposely trying to sabotage yourself, so here's a quick rundown of things you might be doing without realizing they're actually making you feel worse. Take a deep breath and try to relax. You might be stressed because... 1. You haven't laughed today. If you can't remember the last time you laughed so hard you were blinded by tears,