Carrie Madormo is a business and wellness writer for internationally-recognized publications. Her writing has been featured in Working Mother, USA Today, and the Huffington Post. As a former nurse, Madormo loves to translate complex health studies into engaging content. She is passionate about empowering readers to live their best lives by taking control of their health.
Every year, the U.S. has an official Presidential turkey pardon ceremony, saving a live bird from a Thanksgiving table. Why does the Commander-in-Chief do this, where did the tradition start, and what happens to the turkey afterwards?