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Latrice lifts the sleeve of her gray sweatshirt to reveal small, dark lines — scars from slicing her forearm over and over to drown out pain from years of sexual abuse. She says she was an alcoholic, dropped out of school in the eighth grade and got...
Tags: ADHD, Electronics, Prisons, Allergies, Mental Health
South Bend TribuneEmma Libersky, a sophomore at Plymouth High School, got top honors at the Indiana Poetry Out Loud Competition in Indy. She will represent the state at the national finals on April 29-30 in Washington, D.C. Twenty-four other schools competed but Emma...
When Matthew Ford returned from vacation in late February, one of the first things he did was call the U.S. Board of Veterans' Appeals to check the status of his disability benefits appeal. He really wasn't expecting an answer, so he wasn't shocked when...
Tags: Military Justice, Travel, Veterans Affairs, Health, Symptoms
Researchers in Europe have confirmed scientifically what parents in traffic-congested Southern California have known anecdotally for years: Poor air quality associated with busy roads can cause asthma in children. The study, which examined children&...
Former track and field Olympic champion Jackie Joyner-Kersee is no stranger to the benefits of daily workouts and a healthful lifestyle. As a six-time medal winner, she lived her life always in her own best shape. But many kids and families today face...
For environmentalists, population has long been a problem. Many of the things we do wouldn't cause so much trouble if there weren't so many of us. It's why I wrote a book some years ago called "Maybe One: An Argument for Smaller Families." Heck, it's...
First of all, in this article I need to verify something I wrote in my last article. My sister informed me that Kentucky was voted as the 49th most unhealthiest state to live in and not the overall worst state to live in. This is due to the allergies...
Natural swimming ponds include live plants, eschew chlorine McClatchy-Tribune Information Services - By Susan Carpenter Walk out the front door of a house under construction, and the bridge over a koi pond in the front yard leads to stepping...
What pesticides are Maryland families exposed to on a regular basis? Good luck finding out. There's simply no way for the average person to discover what chemicals are being applied to farm fields or even backyards. Worse, it's nearly impossible for...
Dear Pharmacist: At one of your lectures, I heard you say you drink linden tea at night. What is it, and why is it something you like? — L.P., Jacksonville Dear L.P.: Linden herb is chock-full of antioxidants and ingredients that impact your...
Tags: Pharmaceuticals, Flu, COPD, Chemical Industry, Amlodipine (drug)
SAN DIEGO — Newport Beach residents holding their breath about the fate of the city's beach fire rings will have to wait a bit longer to exhale. The state Coastal Commission decided Wednesday to delay a decision on whether the city can remove 60...
I've shown repeatedly how the Department of Veterans Affairs doesn't move swiftly to process veterans' claims for benefits. Maybe veterans would accept that pace if they knew the agency made up for it with accuracy. Vietnam veteran Matthew Ford had...
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