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  • Love Story: Split-Second Kiss Sparks Lifelong Love

    Love Story: Split-Second Kiss Sparks Lifelong Love
    "The whole place started spinning around us. I was in a daze. I don't know what's happening," Sarah Muscella said of her first night in France on a high school music tour. "I think we were all running on adrenalin" after staying up all night on their...
  • Food companies' U.S. calorie-cutting pledge could stall: researchers

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A campaign by 16 of the world's largest food and beverage companies to dramatically cut the number of calories sold in the United States may have stalled after initial success, researchers reported on Wednesday. The companies,...
  • Intervention lowers drug, crime and behavior problems, but not by much

    Intervention lowers drug, crime and behavior problems, but not by much
    Violence prone children who went through a decadelong intervention program grew up to have fewer psychiatric, drug-related and legal problems, according to a new study. In 1990, George H.W. Bush was in office, the crack epidemic was in full swing, and...
  • Southern states create a new face of AIDS

    New Yorker Deadra Malloy was diagnosed with HIV in 1988, but she remained healthy for so long she wasn't completely convinced she was positive. When she finally started getting sick in 2006, she decided to embrace her "ancestral roots" and accepted a...
  • States that decline to expand Medicaid give up billions in aid

    WASHINGTON If the 23 states that have rejected expanding Medicaid under the 2010 health-care law continue to do so for the next eight years, they'll pay $152 billion to extend the program in other states while receiving nothing in return. This exodus...
  • Southern Lehigh grad Del Priore a finalist for NFF National Scholar-Athlete Award

    Southern Lehigh grad Del Priore a finalist for NFF National Scholar-Athlete Award
    Southern Lehigh graduate Jake Del Priore has been selected as one of 36 finalists for the 2014 National Football Foundation High School National Scholar-Athlete Awards. Del Priore, who holds most of the Spartans receiving records, was named the NFF...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    JOHN ARRINGTON has been selected as the executive vice president and Nittany Region president of National Penn Bancshares Inc. He will serve on different operating committees and is responsible for executive management in Centre County, such as...
  • Monarch WR Calvin Ridley ineligible for most of season

    Monarch senior Calvin Ridley, the nation's No. 1 high school receiver for the Class of 2015, will be ineligible after the first three games this season because of age restrictions, Monarch athletic director James Klemke told the Sun Sentinel on Tuesday....
  • Monarch star WR Ridley ineligible after team's third game

    Monarch star WR Ridley ineligible after team's third game
    Monarch senior Calvin Ridley, the nation’s top recruit at wide receiver will be ineligible after the Knights’ third game this season because of age restrictions, according to Monarch Athletic Director James Klemke. Florida High School...
  • Meet The Muscle Behind The Huskies

    Meet The Muscle Behind The Huskies
    STORRS — The job was done. UConn's players had held up their end, enduring the grueling preseason workouts to build the stamina that allowed them to outlast every team in the country. And they did. At the podium, after the Huskies had beaten...
  • Group removes tweet comparing Michigan official to George Wallace

    A Twitter post made by a pro-charter lobbying group comparing Michigan schools Superintendent Mike Flanagan to iconic racist George Wallace has been removed after harsh criticism from social media users. On Thursday, the Great Lakes Education Project,...
  • Excess sodium intake linked to 1.65 million deaths annually

    Excess sodium intake linked to 1.65 million deaths annually
    Across the world, the excessive consumption of sodium--hiding in breads, soups and snack foods and beckoning from salt shakers everywhere--is the cause of some 1.65 million deaths by heart disease and strokes yearly, including roughly 667,000 "premature"...