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For RedEyeAs the battle for marriage equality ratchets up, one of the treasured conservative counter arguments is that allowing gays and lesbians to marry will lead down a slippery slope to polygamy. Cool! Plural marriage—or any other kind of arrangement...
Tags: Same-Sex Marriage, Marriage, Family
Legislation that would have phased out the longstanding sales tax charged on commercial leases has died in committee during the current session of the state Legislature. The International Council of Shopping Centers and Florida Realtors were among the...
Tags: Altamonte Springs, Realty, Orlando, Lake Mary, Real Estate
Studying the top five mayoral contenders before the March primary, The Times selected Eric Garcetti as the candidate most likely to rise to the occasion and lead Los Angeles into a successful future. Now the runoff between Garcetti and Wendy Greuel is...
The American Red Cross of the Greater Lehigh Valley took the chill from the evening of April 12 with its tropical-themed Cabaret & Cuisine fundraiser. "Caribbean Nights" brought 390 guests to the Musikfest Cafe at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks,...
Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Monday announced his latest partnership with Coca-Cola: The soft drink giant will pay for 50,000 blue recycling carts for Chicago homes and in return gets to put images of Coke products on the lids of the familiar bins. Emanuel...
Tags: Weight, Obesity, Near West Side, Diabetes, Earth Day
Should the state play a role in preventing obesity among its residents? State Sen. Bill Monning (D-Carmel) has introduced legislation that would levy a 1-cent-per-ounce tax on sweetened beverages, including sodas, as part of an effort to fight obesity...
Tags: Weight, Obesity, Consumers, New York City
It was a chronic thing: Almost every time Erma Taylor's great-grandson caught a cold, he also ended up having a severe asthma attack. Taylor, a retired nurse, spent many hours at a hospital, helping to hold the toddler for tests and breathing treatments,...
The recommended schedule of vaccines for children is safe and has done much to dramatically lower the incidence of devastating illnesses, according to a new national scientific study that was partly led by a Northwestern University professor....
In the federal government's view, an estimated 1,339 poor schoolchildren live within the affluent Arlington Heights-based School District 59. But the state counted 3,536 poor students when it doled out a "poverty grant" to the district this school year....
Despite temperatures in the 20s and 30s, some students walked barefoot around Northern State University Tuesday. "It's really cold," said Courtney Kosters, 19, a freshman from Selby. Koster's choice to strut around barefoot was to recognize One...
They're ba-a-ack. Habit Heroes, an Epcot attraction that aims to help kids defeat unhealthy habits, will reopen today after undergoing a complete Imagineering makeover. Following its debut last February, the attraction landed in big trouble when fat-...
Tags: Weight, Florida Hospital, Obesity, Nutrition, Cartoons
Mental health professionals are increasingly pointing to early intervention and increased services for children as one of the keys to successful treatment for mental illnesses. Colonial Behavioral Health, the community services board responsible for...
Apr 25, 2013 |Story| RedEye
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