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  1. Up Is Down | Raging ModerateRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Bainbridge Island

    I'd advise you to sit down, pour yourself a beer and take a deep breath. You're about to hear something that will change your life.


  2. It's a booby to criticise breastfeeding in publicRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Examiner

    This column started back in December, really, with a story from the UK about a woman asked to cover up while breastfeeding during tea at posh London hotel Claridge's. Actually, it started before that, when I was heavily pregnant and had a heated discussion with an acquaintance who said while they did not have a problem with breastfeeding per se, they didn't think it was appropriate at a five-star restaurant.


  3. How Old is an Old(er) Woman?Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Psychology Today

    It is astonishing how young a woman may be and yet be thought of as old, and how old a man may be and yet be thought of as young. This started after I had my gallbladder removed, although I don't think that everyone necessarily experiences this as a side effect.


  4. Free dental clinic in BR brings smile to hundreds needing careRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | The Advocate

    "Every time I go I think in my head, 'They're not going to want anybody that has a missing tooth,'" he said. But at a free Baton Rouge dental clinic that was held Friday and Saturday, Johnson, 29, had a replacement tooth fitted and had four decayed teeth removed.


  5. Arts briefs: Michael Monroe closes out Frozen Apple concert seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    Michael Monroe will perform at the last of the three Frozen Apple winter concerts Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Valleywood Golf Course clubhouse, 4851 McAndrews Road in Apple Valley . The concert, part of a series sponsored by the Apple Valley Arts Foundation, is free.


  6. Windy City Profile: Matthew DavisRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | CDS Review

    Think carefully before you challenge Dr. Matthew Davis to a race. The triathlon runner, in a private endodontic practice in Glenview, IL, since 2001, enjoys many outdoor sports including hiking, swimming and cycling.


  7. Three films for March: A farm tale, a fable, and a photogRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | American Thinker

    Although a nagging suspicion that this film was released now for a political touchdown at a time of controversy and disagreement over illegals' "amnesty," tax "rebates" and drivers' licenses dispensed like Pez to those who have no insurance or indeed right to be driving inside the US, "McF/USA" also does what cinema does best: It brings viewers into a world not our own, invites viewers to explore unseen lives in ways more compassionate than pedagogic, and leaves us feeling better informed and more connected to people whose aspirations, unvoiced yearnings and anxieties aren't so different from those we know. Amnesty is very much a part of the conversation across the land.


  8. Jose Mourinho used his TV interview to voice his anger at a perceived "conspiracy" against ChelseaRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Thetelegraphand Argus

    The Special One, or the "gave him a two goal headstart at home and still got knocked out of the cup" One as he's known in these parts, was in irresistible form. Like a dead-eyed sniper, he carefully picked off a succession of specific targets - from the "career-ending" challenge from Ashley Barnes to the broadcaster's own hatchet job on Diego Costa, it was all fair game for the rapier comments of the Portuguese.


  9. Where should dog be sleeping?Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Pocono Record

    DEAR DR. FOX: I have a 6-year-old male miniature poodle. He has being with us since he was 9 weeks old.


  10. 30 Under 30: Danica Lum, ice hockeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    From the first time she laced up her skates at the age of seven to tending goal for Team BC at the 2014 Canadian Deaf Ice Hockey Championship last spring in Mississauga, Ont., Lum has exhibited an unsurpassed determination. Inspiration? "That's a hard one but if I were to choose one it has to be the people already at the top.


  11. Stem cells may save lives, dentist saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | LaGrange Daily News

    John W. Vollenweider, a general practice dentist, tends to patient Blake Lowry at his office in August 2014.


  12. Lemoyne shop pouring New Zealand wines at Friday, Saturday free tastingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PennLive.com

    A view from atop Hunters Valley Winery in Liverpool, Pa., The winery will be welcoming visitors this weekend, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. The latter will mark the beginning of Wine Trail Month along the Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail.


  13. Civil War Profiles: Lincoln's gratitude to Delaware during the Civil WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Coastal Point

    Prior to the onset of civil war in 1861, Delaware decided to remain in the Union, even though it was one of 15 Southern states where the institution of slavery was still practiced. While choosing to side with the North, on the whole, Delaware was not enamored of newly-elected President Abraham Lincoln and his administration - in fact, it had voted against him in the elections of 1860 .


  14. Cyber Intelligence: Defining What You KnowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Dark Reading

    Too often management settles for security data about things that are assumed rather than things you can prove or that you know are definitely wrong. It's no secret that committing to a common strategy around collecting, analyzing, reporting on, and liberally sharing valid cyber intelligence data between the operations side of your security domain and the business side of your operations is one of the thorniest problems organizations face today.


  15. Amelotin molecule plays critical role in tooth enamel maturationRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Science Daily

    An innovative developmental biology study relates amelotin with tooth enamel defects and enamel formation. "This is a significant study because it is the first report of a basement membrane protein playing a role in enamel mineralization," said one researcher.


  16. On qualification for national leadershipRead the original story

    Friday | Vanguard

    NIGERIA'S 2015 Presidential election campaigns are getting murkier and murkier by the day and indeed disappointingly personal and vain. There is too much mudslinging and little or no enlightenment.


  17. AnticlimacticRead the original story

    Friday | The Yale Herald

    So begins an essay called "I really regret some of the hot ones," one of 12 anonymous pieces in the CCEs' new series of sex booklets. The author explains how the hottest men sometimes prove unsavory as partA ners, while other "not-as-hot people"-a "pale science geek," for instance-can get "very steamy in bed."


  18. Managing Your Pain: How to Use Prescription Drugs Without Becoming AddictedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Jewish World Review

    Michele Braa-Heidner started taking prescription painkillers when she had her wisdom teeth removed. Soon after, she developed a painful spinal condition for which she needed several surgeries--and more medications.


  19. Nigeria: Ibadan-Based Prophet Predicts Coming of Nigeria's 'Messiah'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | AllAfrica.com

    An Ibadan-based prophet, Apostle Perez Iyiola Oluyemi, has predicted the coming of "a messiah" whom he said will lead Nigeria out of the lingering social and economic woes. Apostle Oluyemi, founder of Achievers Rock Commission International who is also the President, Africa Evangelical Council, Ibadan, made the prediction in his newly published 'Prophetic Roadmap on Nigeria 2015 and Beyond', copies of which were made available to journalists in the Oyo State capital.


  20. Hospital negligence: Widow gets R450 000Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Iol.co.za

    An Emalahleni widow is set to receive R450 000 from the Gauteng MEC for Health for loss and support after her husband died in the Steve Biko Academic Hospital, a few days after cancer was removed from his tongue. His wife, Roeline, claimed the damages in the High Court in Pretoria, stating that her husband supported her financially at the time of his death.