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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - As he famously droned on-screen in his signature "Terminator" movies, Arnold Schwarzenegger is back. A year after leaving the California governor's office and becoming tabloid fodder for fathering a boy with his family's...
In an interview, Kimberly Perry of The Band Perry answers to rumors about getting close with another country star. When it was found out that both Kimberly and Jake Owen had a cold at the same time, rumors started flying. “Much to my chagrin, Jake...
Carrie Underwood has taken her health habits a step further and transitioned from a vegetarian to become an all-out vegan. After seven years of no meat, the country star’s vegetarian stance has expanded to exclude dairy as well. Why the switch?...
People Pets interviewed Trace Adkins’ daughter, Brianna, about her bravery during the Adkins’ house fire a couple weeks ago. The family lost everything in the blaze, but everyone in the home made it out safely, including the pets! When 9-...
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ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Most women expect hot flashes as a part of the "change of life," but more than half start sweating before menopause has actually begun, according to a survey. The study and others "indicate that women start having hot...
email@example.comSTANFORD — While many golf enthusiasts sat glued to their televisions over the weekend to watch the drama of the U.S. Open, Chris Butler was putting in a strong performance on the links at the Dix River Golf Club. Butler, a standout player at...
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Ozarks Food Harvest awarded $250,000 to nearly 50 food pantries and hunger-relief programs on Tuesday at a news conference at the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief. The infrastructure grants, ranging in value from $1,300 to...
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Black and Latino infants exposed to air pollution are at heightened risk for developing asthma, according to a study led by researchers from UC San Francisco. The study is the largest of its kind looking at the connections between asthma and air...
Before shepherding Merion through last week's U.S. Open, the USGA's Mike Davis visited Saucon Valley, which he calls one of the nation's finest country clubs. Next year, Saucon Valley and the USGA will continue their relationship with the U.S. Mid-...
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SimsburyThe Simsbury Board of Selectmen has designated June 2013 Handicapped Parking Awareness Month. This is the second year the Board of Selectmen in conjunction with the Simsbury Aging and Disability Commission continues its educational campaign to inform...
On a hot summer day last year, Italia Falcon, now 13, started to panic because she couldn't breathe right. "I was sitting down on the couch and my chest tightened," Italia said. "I tried to call my mom, but she didn't hear anything." Thankfully, she...
Tags: Students, Asthma, Education, Pharmaceuticals, Politics
Re "Menopause: Is men's taste to blame?," June 15 The report provides scant evidence that a genetic mutation caused menopause in aging women, that male preference for young women is responsible for the accumulation of that gene over time, or that men...
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