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Baskin-Robbins embraces mini-dessert craze with cake bites

Baskin-Robbins embraces mini-dessert craze with cake bites

Baskin-Robbins has a new culinary creation. They are called Cake Bites and are a taste extravaganza that combines both ice cream and cake in a single serving.  These mini desserts are covered with indulgent ganache and finished with a decorative drizzle of either chocolate or caramel. 

Cake Bites cost $2.99 individually or are $9.99  for a mix-n-match 4-pack and are available in the following four flavors; Double Chocolate, Praline Caramel, Chocolate Mint, and Vanilla Blondie.

Car Seat Safety Check Tomorrow

Car Seat Safety Check Tomorrow

Join News10's Melissa Crowley, Au Pair Care, Mercedes-Benz of Rocklin and the California Highway Patrol for News10's 6th annual Car Seat Safety Check!

Did you know that 90% of car seats are improperly installed?  With the wet weather right around the corner, we want to make sure your family is safe this winter season.

No apppointment necessary! 

Just simply show up with your child and the car seat and a certified tech will inspect your car seat to make sure you are ready for the winter.

WHEN: Wednesday, October 19th

WHERE: Mercedes-Benz of Rocklin, 4747 Granite Drive, Rocklin, Ca  95677

Who's Hiring: Woodland Healthcare

WOODLAND, CA - Woodland Healthcare is hiring a Director for The Family Birth Center.

This a full-time position with specific job requirements. Click on the link above for more information.

Mammography is 'terribly imperfect,' though recommended

WASHINGTON, D.C. - For women today, turning 40 often brings birthday cake and candles. But it also brings a question: Should I get a mammogram?

Until two years ago, medical groups largely agreed women should get annual mammograms beginning at age 40. In 2009, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, a group of doctors who evaluate screening tests, broke ranks by encouraging women to talk to their doctors and make up their own minds.

Yet the debate continues. Though few dispute the facts about mammograms, they often disagree on how women should act on results, says Otis Brawley, chief medical officer at the American Cancer Society.

Car-safety group: Half of child booster seats pose risks

Car-safety group: Half of child booster seats pose risks

Half of children's car booster seats can't ensure a proper fit with all safety belts, an insurance industry-funded safety group says in a report out today.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety said six were so bad that it recommended parents avoid them.

Booster seats, which are recommended for children who have outgrown forward-facing child seats, are designed to raise kids up so adult-size safety belts fit properly.

"Not all boosters are doing that well," says Anne McCartt, the institute's research chief.

Children ages 4-8 in booster seats are 45% less likely to be injured in a crash than those using only seat belts.

Booster seats were rated based on how well they fit the roughly 20 million 4- to 8-year-olds with the lap and shoulder belts in a wide range of vehicles.

IIHS says its ratings are important because it's impossible to tell which booster seats are better just by comparing prices or features.