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  • Hampton wrestlers handle the mat and IB workload

    Hampton wrestlers handle the mat and IB workload
    To state the obvious, it's not always easy. Check that: It's never easy. Yet Timothy Parker, Chris Lee and Dwayne Walker, three of the best on Hampton's wrestling team, aren't complaining. Sure, they'd like a little more sleep during the week and a...
  • Obama 'Slow Jams the News' with Jimmy Fallon (VIDEO)

    Obama 'Slow Jams the News' with Jimmy Fallon (VIDEO)
    During a Tuesday night appearance on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," President Obama did what no other president has done before: He slow jammed the news. Obama stepped in for news anchor Brian Williams -- who usually does the segment -- to slow jam...
  • Scholarship Awards Breakfast — Corona del Mar

    Philip Brower School Activities/Clubs: AP Physics; AP Economics; AP Biology; AP French; AP English; AP Chemistry; AP Calculus BC; AP World History; AP U.S. History; AP Statistics; Stanford Education Program for Gifted Youth, math; UCI: multivariable...
  • Privacy settings aren't enough: Some employers, colleges asking for full access to Facebook accounts

    Privacy settings aren't enough: Some employers, colleges asking for full access to Facebook accounts
    Drunk Facebook pictures and racy wall posts. You might rely on privacy settings to block potential employers and admissions committees from seeing them. But now, you might want to take it a step further. Because as part of a background check, some...
  • Online Dish: Privacy Alert! Employers & Colleges Demand Facebook Passwords

    Online Dish: Privacy Alert! Employers & Colleges Demand Facebook Passwords
    Forget about setting high privacy controls and de-tagging yourself on Facebook, you may not be able to have as much control as to what your employers or colleges see on your social media accounts. Since pretty much everyone is on some type of social...
  • Complicated link between diet drinks, health: study

    Complicated link between diet drinks, health: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Studies have hinted that diet-soda lovers could face higher risks of diabetes and heart disease, but new findings suggest that overall diet may be what matters most in the end. Several studies have found that people who...
  • After Grad Job Slump, Big Hiring Is Back At U.S. Colleges

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Sean Chua expected the hunt for his first job after college to be tough. After all, he watched his brother struggle to find a position when he graduated back in 2008. But his fears were unwarranted. The 21-year-old justice major at...
  • Children are Hungrier for Snacks

    Children are Hungrier for Snacks
    When American kids reflect upon their childhoods decades from now, snacks may figure more prominently in their memories—and around their waists—than meals shared around a table. From 1977 to 2006, American children have added 168 snack...
  • Sex and the senior set

    When older people start dating, they run into many of the same heart-pounding issues as the young, trying to decide when it's time to talk - and when to make love. That's the word from older singles such as Emily Gordon, 73, a Carrboro, N.C., resident...
  • Be Fabulously Fit in Your 50s

    Be Fabulously Fit in Your 50s
    If you're a woman in your 50s, you've probably had the pep talk from your doctor: You need more exercise. It needs to be weight-bearing to guard against osteoporosis. Walking is great, but it's not enough. So how much and what kind of exercise do you...
  • Obese H1N1 Sufferers at Greater Risk

    Obesity appears to be a risk factor on a par with pregnancy for developing complications from an infection with pandemic H1N1 influenza, according to the most comprehensive look yet at swine flu hospitalizations. About a quarter of those hospitalizations...
  • New study may deal final blow to acne drug Accutane

    New study may deal final blow to acne drug Accutane
    Teenagers and young adults suffering from severe, scarring acne may ultimately lose the most effective treatment for the condition. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Accutane's side effects: An article in Saturday's Section A about the possibility of...