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  • Williams shows mental health no laughing matter: Editorial

    Williams shows mental health no laughing matter: Editorial
    With news Monday that Robin Williams, beset with depression, had taken his life, social media pulsed with condolences, appreciations and eulogies for the beloved "The World According to Garp" star. Straight away, the world according to Fox News anchor...
  • Machinima Hires Tricia White, Former VP of HR for IHOP and Applebee's

    Machinima, the YouTube multichannel network for videogamers and fanboys whose backers include Warner Bros., has hired Tricia White in the newly created position of chief people officer overseeing human resources. White previously was VP of human...
  • Hey liberals, there's a logistical problem with your Hobby Lobby boycott

    Here’s where the “Boycott Hobby Lobby” movement is going as of this week, according to the CBS-LA website: “Dozens of protesters Monday gathered at a Hobby Lobby store in Burbank in response to last week’s Supreme Court...
  • Too much running may shorten lifespan

    Too much running may shorten lifespan
    A new study is suggesting that although moderate amounts of running can have several health benefits, it may actually be detrimental to a person's health to run more than a few hours a week, WebMD is reporting. The study compared data from nearly 4,...
  • Adam Putnam, top Florida Republican, attempts to thread climate change needle

    Adam Putnam, top Florida Republican, attempts to thread climate change needle
    Adam Putnam, one of the four statewide elected officials in the Florida Cabinet, said Wednesday the world’s climate is clearly changing. He said it is “probably” been exacerbated by human activity – the conclusion of a vast...
  • I Grouchy: A Tired Dad's Story

    I Grouchy:  A Tired Dad's Story
    This morning, my 9-year-old daughter, Jessie, and I sat in her pediatrician’s office.  As we waited for the doctor, she sat beside me reading, “I Funny:  A Middle School Story.”  I don’t know anything about the book, but noticed...
  • Fitness Files: To run with shin splints or not to run?

    "You're not going to like it, but here's what you should do," said my husband. "Don't hike Monday, don't run the rest of the week, don't race." I'd just returned from my Saturday morning run to tell him, "Catherine kicked me off the trail when I said the...
  • Q&A: The War on Drugs

    Q&A: The War on Drugs
    Much of “Lost in the Dream,” the War on Drugs' third full-length studio album, took shape in the late-night hours when Adam Granduciel put rubber to the road.   “I made a lot of decisions driving around at night in my van, which is the...
  • Fitness Files: How do you mend a broken heart? Brush

    Master of deceit, my dentist entered the examining room holding a big Zorcaine hypodermic. "Ever hear of a 'china schooner?'" Dr. L. asked. Eyes averted from the needle, I searched my deficient historical database for something I should remember from...
  • Looking for a lifetime guarantee on memories

    Looking for a lifetime guarantee on memories
    A few days before our recent wedding, my now-husband and I sat with a dear friend, a newly Internet-ordained minister, to nail down a few details. "The most beautiful thing," he told us, "is that, of everyone there, your kids will have the longest...
  • A dog could be your heart's best friend

    Harvard Health Blog My twice-daily walks with my border collie, Clair DeNoon, are the highlights of my day. A new report from the American Heart Association will put an extra spring in my steps on these walks. It turns out that having a canine...
  • How your company is watching your waistline

    How your company is watching your waistline
    Employers tried the carrot, then a small stick. Now they are turning to bigger cudgels. For years they encouraged workers to improve their health and productivity with free screenings, discounted gym memberships and gift cards to lose weight. More...