You're deep in a conversation with a friend and suddenly you can't remember an acquaintance's name.
You can see her face. That name is almost, almost there. But not quite.
Blushing, you laugh, call it "a senior moment" ...Read more
Dear Amy: I am 24 years old. I am a happy person overall, but lately I've been feeling down. With everything going on in today's world, and the state of society these days, it scares me at times.
I felt safe in the '90s. ...Read more
I have been married 10 years and have two children, 7 and 9. We have no family in our city and I have very few family members still alive. My husband has a larger family but they are not very close. My ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: I have known Kathy for 13 years. Her parents moved up the street from us when we were both 2. I don't remember much when we were younger, but everyone says we had some good times.
We are now 15 and in our first...Read more
Q: I was taught while I was growing up that God gets angry with us when we do wrong, and since we do wrong instead of right most of the time, that means He's usually angry with us. I guess that's why I have a hard time ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump took a symbolic step aimed at his predecessor's signature achievement Friday night, directing federal agencies to take steps to "ease the burden of Obamacare."
Trump signed the ...Read more
There is little doubt that taking a prenatal vitamin can make a difference in your child's life. A new study validates the importance of taking a prenatal vitamin for your child's cognitive development. The study found ...Read more
If you are hesitating to get your annual influenza vaccine, Dr. Gregory Poland, director of Mayo Clinic's Vaccine Research Group, wants to bust some myths about the flu vaccine that may help you make your decision.
Myth: ...Read more
Mind of an Entrepreneur Today Part 1 [Kindle Edition]Wendy Muhammad
Nothing works until you do. Until you get up and do something for yourself, you will never be able to claim your place among the civilized people of the universe. This ebook is designed to help entrepreneurs and emerging leaders to discover their authenticity and to develop the mind of an ...
Dear Amy: My father has been married to his second wife for 14 years.
I have a pretty good relationship with my dad, and initially I enjoyed a good one with his wife. Over the years, things have changed. It is not a bad ...Read more
DEAR DR. ROACH: My spouse believes that I am being "germophobic" over his bathroom habits. Among other things: He uses a hand towel to wipe the inside of his sink and countertop, and then uses the same towel to wipe his ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: Many of your published letters come from unhappy married women. Some of them seem unable to get objective advice that would make themselves and their marriages happier. I'm fortunate to be happily married (33 ...Read more
In "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," the fourth book in J.K. Rowling's blockbuster series, Harry eats a plant called gillyweed that allows him to grow fins and gills so he can swim underwater for an hour.
Wouldn't it...Read more
Q: I was really convinced that God wanted me to do something, but I must have been wrong, because I failed miserably. (It had to do with a new career opportunity.) Where did I go wrong? Maybe I should have prayed more. -- ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Contrary to recent claims by House Majority Leader Paul Ryan, R-Wis., experts say the nation's community health centers don't have the staffing or funding to handle the estimated 400,000 people who could lose...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Congressional Democrats aiming to thwart the undoing of Obamacare are using a strategy that served them well before: They're standing back and letting Republicans whirl in their own discord.
In a narrowly ...Read more
As policymakers and health officials sound the alarm on the nation's obesity epidemic, a team of researchers want to improve health outcomes among the most vulnerable Americans by overhauling the federal food assistance ...Read more
Influenza in the U.S. is approaching peak levels, says Mayo Clinic infectious diseases specialist Dr. Pritish Tosh.
"We are seeing a fairly dramatic increase in the amount of influenza in parts of the country, and likely ...Read more
Just one sentence.
I was appropriately amazed and inappropriately angered that one sentence is all it took for the New York Times to condense the massive public, ...Read more
Dear Amy: My husband and I each got an iPhone recently.
We each downloaded the "Find My Friend "app. Ever since then, he has been tracking me when I go out, saying that he is "testing" the app.
I know this because the ...Read more
DEAR DR. ROACH: I've frequently read that while alcohol might help you get to sleep, it disturbs your getting back to sleep later in the night. I believe that your body dispenses with the alcohol effects at the rate of ...Read more
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