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HealthWarmer weather brings many sensual wonders: sounds of happy birds, warmth against our skin, and the scent of freshly turned over soil. Indeed, as I walked my dog through Emmaus this week, I caught a glimpse of one urban farmer after another. They were all...
Change of SubjectHow do women still go out with guys, when you consider that there is no greater threat to women than men? We’re the number one threat to women! Globally and historically, we’re the number one cause of injury and mayhem......
William F. Childs III, a retired engineer who was an early salesman of do-it-yourself cement products, died of complications from heart disease April 23 at his Towson home. He was 95 and lived for many years in Stoneleigh. Born in Salisbury, he was a...
Two years ago researchers outfitted an electric Toyota RAV4 with a set of test instruments and drove back and forth near four Los Angeles County freeways between 4:30 a.m. and 6:30 a.m., sampling the air. The results confirmed that in the early morning,...
Since Shavuot is z'man matan Torateinu (the commemoration of the giving of the Torah to the Israelites on Mount Sinai), many dedicated religious Jews admirably stay up the entire first night of Shavuot to hear talks about and discuss Torah teachings....
Is the feminist movement to blame for our expanding waistline? In her book “Homeward Bound,” excerpted on Salon, author Emily Matchar points to food writers and experts who’ve pinned the problem on feminism. In driving women out of the...
Tags: Diabetes, Diseases and Illnesses, Periodicals, Obesity, Weight
We all know that smoking is bad for us, that exercise is good for us, and that we should eat vegetables, whole grains and other nutritious foods. All of this advice is even more true for people who have had serious health scares due to heart disease or...
Maryland has the second highest number of health mandates - or procedures and services insurers are required to cover in policies. Rhode Island is the state with the most number of mandates, according to research by the Council for Affordable Health...
RESEARCH OVERWHELMINGLY SHOWS THAT REGULAR EXERCISE LOWERS THE RISK FOR MANY DISEASES, ENHANCES THE FUNCTIONING OF VIRTUALLY EVERY PHYSIOLOGICAL SYSTEM IN THE HUMAN BODY AND IMPROVES PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING. UNFORTUNATELY, FEWER THAN 40 PERCENT OF...
Tackle real problems By Austin Beutner Only 21% of registered voters cast a ballot in the recent primary elections. And convenience didn't seem to be the issue, since only about a third of those who were sent vote-by-mail ballots bothered to fill in...
Veterinary Heart Care announced starting the only mobile veterinary cardiology service in Hampton Roads. Dr. Herb Maisenbacher, the practice owner, launched the practice this month with the mission of supporting the diagnosis and treatment of heart...
Upcoming public government meetings • Stanford City Council: 6:30 p.m. today at L&N Depot • Crab Orchard City Commission: 6:30 p.m. today at Crab Orchard city hall • Stanford Water Commission: 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Stanford Water...
Tags: Relay for Life, Aneurysm, Diabetes, Farms, Salads
Apr 10, 2013 | Allentown Morning Call
Apr 17, 2013 | Chicago Tribune
May 2, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Apr 17, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
May 2, 2013 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
May 2, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Apr 16, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Apr 16, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Apr 30, 2013 |Story| Allentown Morning Call
Apr 14, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Apr 29, 2013 |Story| Daily Press
May 1, 2013 |Story| Interior Journal
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