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Judy Tancredi was so terrified of flying that she spent years avoiding travel that would force her onto a plane. But when a once-in-a-lifetime trip to China beckoned, Tancredi resolved to confront her fears. And so she enrolled in an experimental...
of the Sentinel StaffOn the day he died, Dale Earnhardt huddled with chaplain Max Helton and his wife Teresa for a short prayer along pit row. Earnhardt then gave Teresa a loving, lasting kiss on the lips before charging onto Daytona International Speedway at 180 mph. Inside...
Sun-SentinelUntil he begins his prison sentence five weeks from now, Lionel Tate will be held in the juvenile section of the Broward County Jail along with 50 or so other teens who have been charged as adults. Tate is among the youngest prisoners, said Cheryl...
Special to the Los Angeles Times"Two weeks ago I was in Japan for a week, then I was in San Francisco for a day, and then I went to Paris for a week, and I just got back yesterday. Now here I am at work trying to figure out what day it is." In other words, it's a typical Monday at...
Tags: San Francisco, Stress, Children, Social Issues, Fatigue
Special to the Los Angeles TimesBusiness travelers surveyed by travel stress expert Jonathan Bricker of the University of Washington offer the following advice to fellow road warriors seeking to reduce their travel-related anxiety: - Tell your spouse why you are traveling. If your...
Tribune staff reporterToo often, women afflicted with postpartum depression do not receive adequate treatment or information because of a haphazard web of services for treating a disease that straddles two specialties, mental health and obstetrics, advocates say. Ever since...
Chicago Tribune health advisorIncivility at work causes more than hurt feelings. A recent study finds a correlation with job satisfaction and performance as well. Psychologist Lilia M. Cortina and collegues at the University of Michigan Institute for Research on Women and Gender...
Sun StaffFor a week, Richard Cruit hardly slept. He lay awake at night, listening to the hum of his ceiling fan, worrying about his new company, Blue Sky Factory Inc. The issues were no longer just those faced by every start-up, but also whether a fundamental...
Sun StaffWith images of yesterday's frightening attacks saturating the media, parents today face a daunting task: How to explain these events to their children. Two leading child psychiatrists say parents should be open and honest, but offer only as much...
Tribune staff reportersAirports closed Parking restrictions Financial markets closed Buildings re-open Schools open Public transportation Anxiety for some workers Vigils planned Relief effort underway Local Islamic community Events canceled A day after the worst terrorist...
The fear was always there, in the back of Steve Joe's mind--the twinge of anxiety that comes with working on the 28th floor of the world's third-tallest building. But he never seriously considered that the Sears Tower--the sleek, black, 110-story...
Tribune staff reporterAfter nearly two days of silence, the floors of the Chicago Board of Trade and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange came back to life Thursday morning even as many market players mourned. Although U.S. stock exchanges remained closed, Chicago's major...
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