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The Hartford CourantBy the end of the year, most of us are shopped out. But for those of us with Flexible Spending Accounts, there are more purchases to be made before Dec. 31. Close to 35 million Americans have Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) as part of their medical...
Tags: Dietary Supplements, New Year's Day, Shingles, Sears, Consumers
— Nick Foles' improvisational skills are approaching Coltrane-quality, blending instinct within a sound structure that's starting to make some interesting music. The Philadelphia Eagles' rookie quarterback struck back-to-back winning notes to...
The Hartford CourantChet McPhee was a freshman football coach at Trinity. He was the college's swim coach for 15 years, coaching both the men's and the women's teams. He started the men's lacrosse program. He coached soccer. "I think he did track for a while, too," said...
Tags: Radio Industry, Hartford Hospital, Sports, Football, Radio
Los Angeles took a baby step this week toward enabling the "no-kill" policy we're trying to promote in our giant animal shelter system. The City Council's vote to forbid pet shops from selling dogs and cats from commercial breeders may mean a stay of...
There are many challenges in caregiving dealing with activities of daily living. One that is frequently seen is difficulty swallowing. We often see this in people having difficulty with speech since those muscles are the same ones used to swallow....
Tags: Lungs and Airways, Stroke, Parkinson's Disease, Choking, Breads
The girl and the firefighter lived in the same part of town, the Mount Greenwood neighborhood on the Far Southwest Side of Chicago, a neighborhood of cops, firefighters and city workers. The Mayoskis live there. And so do the Beazleys, and although there...
Do not suggest a wheelchair. It doesn't matter that Mae Smith is 86. She plans to do this Sunday's AIDS Run & Walk Chicago on her feet, just as she has done every year — every single one — since her son Ron died 20 years ago. Smith is a...
The formidable jazz pianist Fred Hersch was diagnosed with H.I.V. in 1986, developed AIDS and openly discussed it in the early 1990s and suffered a two-month coma in 2008 as a result of pneumonia (though that was not due to his disease). In light of...
Last month I wrote about the increased caloric requirements of the dairy calf in cold weather. It has long been accepted that during times of cold stress, calves must be fed at least an extra feeding of milk daily or they will lose weight. But what...
Tags: Nutrition, Demographics
It's been two years since some descendants began agitating for recognition and reverence for their ancestors' resting place in an unmarked, abandoned 7-acre cemetery surrounded by the Clifton Park golf course. The group, the Friends of St. Vincent...
Late summer is always an interesting time on the beef farm. In cow-calf herds where cows deliver their calves in the spring, fall is the time to wean the calves. If you've ever lived near a beef farm, or maybe even driven past one after weaning, you'll...
Tags: Farms, Immune System, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Music
The Rev. Sun Myung Moon -- a controversial religious and political figure who founded the Unification Church, a major institution in East Asia and beyond that gained fame decades ago for its mass weddings -- died early Monday in South Korea, the church...
Dec 19, 2012 |Column| Hartford Courant
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Oct 26, 2012 |Column| Los Angeles Times
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Jan 13, 2013 |Column| Daily American
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Sep 3, 2012 |Column| WXIN-LTV
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