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  • Why Are Women Left Holding The Bag?

    Not only do women hold up half the sky. We do it while carrying a 500-pound purse. Women carry with us, at all times, everything we might need to start life in a new state. Our purses contain the all the merchandise found in a Quickie Mart or a bodega....
  • Viagra helps flowers last twice as long, study says

    Viagra helps flowers last twice as long, study says
    Make your Mother's Day flowers last twice as long with Viagra. We're not making this up. Apparently, the popular erectile dysfunction drug, which will now be offered online by Pfizer, helps cut flowers last twice as long when added to the water....
  • There are different factors to consider before resuming sexual activity after a heart attack

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: How long after a heart attack do I need to wait to resume sexual activity? ANSWER: For men and women with cardiovascular disease -- no matter how young or old -- sexual activity is important to quality of life. But after a heart attack,...
  • Neighborhood legends in Lincoln Park, Old Town and the Gold Coast

    Neighborhood legends in Lincoln Park, Old Town and the Gold Coast
    Geja's Cafe 340 W. Armitage Ave. 773-281-9101 This classic fondue restaurant is a favorite for dates. Order a bottle of wine and dip by candlelight to the sounds of a flamenco guitarist. Yak-Zies 506 W. Diversey Parkway 773-327-1717 Your parents may...
  • Take the Points: College Football Week 1 Lines and a 2013 Season Preview

    Take the Points: College Football Week 1 Lines and a 2013 Season Preview
    It feels like an eternity since bowl season ended, but fortunately today marks the greatest day of the year, when football returns to rescue us from the barren sports wasteland of August.  Baseball?  The U.S. Open?  That stuff is a nice filler, like the...
  • How is pulmonary fibrosis treated?

    Q: I was recently diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis. What kind of treatment is available? Can anything be done to keep it from worsening? What is the life expectancy? A: Pulmonary fibrosis is a condition in which there is significant or widespread...
  • Civil libertarians' hypocrisy

    Self-proclaimed civil libertarians are up in arms over the National Security Agency's massive database containing information about whom we call and what we do on the Web. Defenders of the program say, "So what?" Unless you're a terrorist, no one in the...
  • News of the Weird: Sex Offender-ville

    News of the Weird: Sex Offender-ville
    “With its neatly cut lawns and luscious tropical vegetation,” wrote a BBC News reporter in July, Miracle Village, Fla., is an “idyllic rural community” of 200 residents — about half of whom are registered sex offenders,...
  • 'Saturday Night Live' opens season with Tina Fey, Aaron Paul

    'Saturday Night Live' opens season with Tina Fey, Aaron Paul
    "Saturday Night Live" opened its season with former cast member and head writer Tina Fey hosting, but Aaron Paul of "Breaking Bad" surprised everyone when he appeared as Jesse Pinkman in an Obamacare cold open. "I have this friend and he got sick, like...
  • Empowering girls with positive messaging

    Empowering girls with positive messaging
    Empowering girls is a popular topic for many parents who have young daughters. And one group of advocates, the Brave Girls Alliance, decided to take their cause all the way to Times Square in New York City. "We wanted to find a way to reach as many...
  • Greg Schwem: It's your cellphone that makes you fat!

    Like millions of Americans, I begin each year vowing to lose a few pounds. As 2013 dawns, I plan to slightly modify my goal, focusing on a single part of my body. Specifically my thumbs. I can't explain it, but in 2012, the appendages at each end of...
  • Behold our mutant future in Margaret Atwood's 'MaddAddam'

    Behold our mutant future in Margaret Atwood's 'MaddAddam'
    Sometimes Margaret Atwood can get a little goofy. I mean no disrespect to the author of "The Handmaid's Tale" — in fact, it's a good thing that she writes intelligent works of dystopian fiction with a sense of humor. Otherwise, the end of the...