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Baltimore Sun staff writerSevere nightly episodes of interrupted breathing during sleep - commonly known as sleep apnea - double the risk of death for middle-age men, according to a new study being called the largest ever conducted on the disorder. Even men with moderate sleep...
WatchdogThe sheet of quotes the Giants handed out regarding Michael Strahan's retirement included this from Dan Reeves, which baffled several long-time beat reporters: "The thing that I will always remember is how unselfish Michael was when we asked him to......
WatchdogThe small fraternity of sports media columnists/reporters is abuzz this day over a new development in the evolution of our craft. In olden times, people interviewed subjects of interest in person. Then television networks arranged conference calls so we...
WatchdogESPN's latest "Mt. Rushmore of Sports" release doesn't make much more sense to me than the last one. It appears Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Joe Namath and Manhasset's own Jim Brown will represent New York in this feature. I'm not......
For years, Angela Ring took sleeping pills to drown out her husband's snoring. Now, she and David Ring have a complicated ritual to help her sleep. "I run a fan and he wears his dental device," she says. "And he has to lay on his side." But the Rings...
South Florida Sun-SentinelFormer Dolphins punter Reggie Roby, known for his towering kicks, died Monday morning at home in Nashville, Tenn., where he lived with his third wife, Melissa, and four children. Born Reginald Henry Roby in Waterloo, Iowa, on July 30, 1961, Roby was a...
Tribune pro football reporterDan Hampton's day in the 93-degree sun fittingly began in a parade where he sat in a car with presenter Ed O'Bradovich between two high school marching bands. Hampton might have been just as happy playing the saxophone he reluctantly gave up in 11th...
South Florida Sun-SentinelNothing, including half-dressed hookers posing seductively from windows along the Red Light zone of Amsterdam, was going to keep Kurt Warner from Sunday church. I just put my head down and moved quickly through there, the St. Louis Rams quarterback...
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The last traditional Thanksgiving I remember spending with my family was the ketchup Thanksgiving. I was just a kid at the time. My mom has cooked and sliced everything. She has the turkey and the dressing, this and that, the whole meal on the table....
Tribune staff reporterJim Harbaugh looked like a sore loser after Sunday's seven-sack afternoon at Lambeau Field. Bruises on his back, scratches on his legs, swelling on an ankle, Harbaugh was the poster boy for the Bears' 17-3 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Including...
Tribune staff reporterCornerback Jeremy Lincoln's first training-camp memory this year wasn't a blackboard with X's and O's. No, it was a chalked-out chart that soared to the heights and dived to the depths. Perhaps some millionaire players could have misinterpreted it as the...
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