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Channel 2 NewsThe search for a missing Talkeetna dog musher ended on Saturday, but questions remain about what led to Melanie Gould’s disappearance. Amanda Olson, one of the friends who helped organize a search that spanned 11 days, says Gould was released...
It is a common knowledge that we need a good amount of sleep to function at our best, but reality is that very few of us actually get the sleep we need. With the long list of what life demands from us in today’s world, sleep seems to be moving...
Tags: Sports, Depression, Golf, Diabetes, Mental Health
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekThe state Senate is expected to give final approval today to legislation banning so-called “bath salts,” synthetic marijuana and the hallucinogenic plant known as salvia divinorum. Not to be confused with the pricey soaks found at the mall,...
HealthTwo new studies came out this week that add further proof to this idea: one of the best gifts you can give yourself or your kid is a good night’s sleep. In one from the University of Chicago, men who slept less than 5 hours at night for a week......
Sleep deprivation makes the day drag and appears to put a drag on metabolism, causing the body to use less energy, European researchers found in a small study. The results, which appear in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, add to evidence that...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, Physiology, Human Body, Diabetes, Stress
When is it OK to catch some shut-eye on the job? Workplace snoozing has been the topic of an awful lot of water-cooler jesting lately — at least among those awake enough to remember their conversations. First, there were a rash of reported...
I almost hate to say this aloud, but we have had lovely spring weather this past week. Probably just as this column is going into print, the familiar coastal eddy will come visiting our fair valley again. Yep, I’ve been liking Mother Nature’...
How delightful is it to go to a PTA coffee break, be enlightened as a parent and get enormously entertained during the process? The final coffee break for the school year May 18 proved that one never stops growing, learning and laughing. Mike Riera is a...
Tags: Laguna Beach, Public Employees, Health, Family, Government
HealthI’ve always been a light sleeper. It takes me 30 or more minutes to fall asleep at night, and I tend to wake up two or more times. Sometimes I wake and I can’t get back to sleep. My husband is my opposite. He can fall asleep within seconds,...
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