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For probably the past 20 years I have made little progress on New Year’s resolutions. I start out with good intentions to get rid of clutter, get organized, improve my memory, and worry less. The second of January I spent four hours in my small...
Tags: Music Industry, Mae West
Ray Briem, the longtime KABC-AM talk show host who ruled all-night radio for nearly three decades with his phone calls to the famous and the quirky and his opinionated banter slamming liberals, championing conservative causes and extolling the big-band...
New research has uncovered how manipulating levels of a brain neurotransmitter might help common memory and learning difficulties in multiple sclerosis. Johns Hopkins University researchers said the results from their experiments, while very...
The Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act makes it illegal to sell a prescription drug for any purpose other than what's listed on the label. Nevertheless, a divided federal appeals court this week tossed out the conviction of a former drug sales rep who was...
Whether snuggling in for the night or just trying to catch a quick few winks, your environment plays an important role in determining if you're counting sheep or counting Zzzs. From noise reduction to lighting, there are a few easy ways you can turn...
Tags: Tampa, Allergies, Sleep Disorders
Growing up on a foreboding South Side block near Brainerd Park, Brooks College Prep senior running back Cleveland Clark considers every day a gift. Not to mention a challenge. "I know what type of neighborhood I live in so I do my best not to even be...
Q: I lost my job six months ago when the company downsized, and I am still unemployed. I cannot sleep and am disinterested in any activities I once enjoyed. Is this grief or depression? A: While 30 million Americans will suffer from depression at...
While health professionals encourage people to get from seven to eight hours of sleep nightly, millions of Americans are falling well short of that mark. Many are getting just five to six hours and recent studies have shown that more than 20 percent of...
I don't often suffer from insomnia, but sleep came slowly after the outcome of the presidential election was announced ("Re-elected," Nov. 7). My good and valued friend of almost a half-century, Nat Asch, often says that "we're going to die at the right...
Tags: Mitt Romney, Czech Republic, Elections, Metal, Politics
Eddie Palmieri is a bundle of intensity, whether playing his music or talking about it. His volcanic piano style is matched by his rapid-fire speech. When the man who has been called El Rompeteclas (the Keyboard Destroyer) and El Molestoso (the Angry One)...
In northwest Indiana, where I have raised vegetables for 20-odd years, mosquitoes flourish when rain fills the swamp pools in the backwaters of the Kankakee River. In August 2004, those pools spawned a particularly righteous throng. One afternoon, they...
A debate has been going on in my head the last couple days about whether or not to write this article, but I finally decided to do it. First and foremost, let me make it clear to you I am not writing this article for you to take pity on me for my past...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Cancer, Pharmaceuticals, Oncology, Flu
Jan 8, 2013 |Column| Imperial Valley Press Online
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