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I wince as I write this. My disdain for head lice just might border on phobia. Still, I'm convinced that my thoughts are founded in ample reason to share. I was mortified to read about the Washington County Health Department's new policy regarding...
Tags: Head, Nursing, Human Body, Family, Personal Service
email@example.comIt's a mantra repeated throughout most people's childhood: Clean your plate. After all, how can you possibly waste food, you are told, when children are starving in Africa? It's a bit of gentle coaxing used by well-meaning parents who want to insure...
“Are you proud of your representatives in Washington? Ask them what they did to compromise and reach an agreement on the debt ceiling, then vote to send them back to the circus. If you’re out of a job, I’ll vote for you if you run for...
“To the caller whining about what the Bible does and doesn’t say about the rich and heaven: If you check your Bible, Matthew 19:24, you’d see it reads, ‘And again I say unto you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of...
I swear the coffee cup was nearly as big as her head. It was one of those convenience store deals. My friend had picked it up on the way to our evening meeting. Though she'd worked and taken care of her kids and home that day, she knew that when she...
Roxbury Correctional Institution TOWSON, Md. — Lawrence F. Miller, correctional officer major, was chosen as Roxbury Correctional Institution’s supervisor of the quarter. Miller does an excellent job of balancing the requests of staff and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThey both like cars, playing video games and doing anything mechanical. It's typical father and son stuff. But their bond isn't biological. They're connected by love and respect. Jeremy Myers was about 12 years old when David Denn came into his...
Tags: Travel, Human Body, Vehicles, Father's Day, Surgery
email@example.comYou don't die from skin cancer. That's what Robert Harsh thought when he was diagnosed with the disease about four years ago. You go to a doctor, have the lesion removed and life goes on. But there was more to the small spot on Harsh's cheek than...
Tags: Travel, Human Body, Surgery, Charlotte, Oncology
APRIL 26, 1940-FEB. 3, 2011 Tom was born to Harry L. Koehler and Florence R. Baker Koehler in Terre Haute, Ind., on April 26, 1940. His family moved to Kingsport, Tenn., in 1951, where Tom graduated from Dobyns Bennett High School. He received a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDo you see what I see? If the answer to your eye doctor's question is no, it's probably time for stronger glasses. Or maybe the problem is something more serious. By age 65, one in three people has some form of vision-impairing eye disease, says the...
email@example.comEven when Eugene "Yogi" Martin was in his 20s, he had the eyes of an older man. Bright light hurt his eyes. The words in newspaper articles looked like "muddy" blurs. It was just so hard to see, he said. Decades of wearing hard contacts helped for a...
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