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  • June Plantings

     
    If you haven't checked lately it is hot outside. I know it and your plants know it too.  Many we have loved during the spring months are finishing up and many have declined.  Tomatoes have stopped setting their fruits and peppers are getting sun sc...
  • Robo-Mo presents: Podcast on 10 Actors Who Should Be Bigger

     
    I'm on vacation this week, but Robo-Mo, a distant cousin of James Poniewozik's Robo-James (made in the same factory, but with twice the Cylonic goodness), has graciously agreed to post this week's "Talking TV with Ryan & Ryan" podcast. My podcast...
  • Cold or allergies?

    Cold or allergies?
    You're stuffed up, you're sniffling — but is it an allergy or is it a cold? It's not always easy to tell, even for someone like Dr. Kevin Lunde, an otolaryngologist at Baylor Plano hospital in Texas. "At times, I have performed allergy testing...
  • Baseball Hall of Famer, Tony Gwynn, Battling Cancer

    Baseball Hall of Famer, Tony Gwynn, Battling Cancer
    SAN DIEGO -- Hall of Fame outfielder Tony Gwynn says he has cancer in a salivary gland. He told The San Diego Union-Tribune the cancer was discovered last month and he faces seven to eight weeks of treatment - radiation five times a week and chemotherapy...
  • Tiny implant holds promise in treatment of aging eyes

    Tiny implant holds promise in treatment of aging eyes
    Orr was one of 19 patients to receive the telescope seven years ago at Charlotte Eye Ear Nose and Throat Associates. The Charlotte practice was the only one in the state to participate in the clinical trial in 2003. Medicare still has to review and...
  • 10/4: Progressions, promotions in Central Florida

    Banking Bill Stalker was appointed vice president and market executive for First National Bank of Central Florida's office in Winter Park. Vanessa Siefcak was appointed vice president and business banker of BankUnited in Orlando. Boards of Directors...
  • How to protect your voice

    How to protect your voice
    Singers aren't the only people who struggle with vocal problems. Here are tips from doctors on keeping your voice healthy and strong: Don't strain. If your voice sounds hoarse or raspy, limit talking until it returns to normal. Avoid trying to yell...
  • Allergy Drops

    Allergy Drops
    You've heard of an ounce of prevention -- how about a drop of relief? That's what one allergist is offering to stop sniffling and sneezing from putting a damper on your spring and summer. Alex Schleider, Allergy Patient: "Itchy eyes and sneezing a lot."...
  • Some Nasal Gels Tied to Loss of Smell

    Some Nasal Gels Tied to Loss of Smell
    A new analysis has concluded that zinc nasal gel products can indeed cause some patients to lose their sense of smell. The Food and Drug Administration last year warned consumers to stop using Zicam Cold Remedy Nasal Gel and Zicam Cold Remedy Nasal...
  • If You Were Alone And You Started Choking, What Would You Do?

    If You Were Alone And You Started Choking, What Would You Do?
    Every year, more than 3,000 adults choke to death according to the American Red Cross. Often times, the victims are by themselves. So would you know what to do to save your own life? Do you know how to perform the Heimlich manuever on yourself? Don Novak...
  • 'Robin and the 7 Hoods' has the Van Heusen sound

    'Robin and the 7 Hoods' has the Van Heusen sound
    Among other things, the new musical "Robin and the 7 Hoods" is a love letter to composer Jimmy Van Heusen. On first glance it might seem an homage to Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack in their heyday, but it's Van Heusen's infectious melodies, found in "Come...
  • Boy Slashes Siblings Throats, Sets House on Fire

    Boy Slashes Siblings Throats, Sets House on Fire
    STATEN ISLAND, NY -- Authorities are investigating a house fire that left 5 people dead as a possible murder suicide, with a 14-year old boy as the culprit. Lisa Jones, 32, a native of Trinidad, Jamaica, died in the blaze along with her four children, C....