Dear Amy: Two years ago, our next-door neighbor was going to remodel his house in a way that would negatively impact us, so we asked him over for a chat.
My husband began an argument with him. My husband was inappropriate...Read more
In November 2018, under pressure from the Food and Drug Administration, e-cigarette maker Juul announced it was pulling its fruit flavors and some of its sweet flavors (think cotton candy) from the market -- an effort to...Read more
If you enjoy a glass of merlot, pinot noir or shiraz, you may be pleased to hear that red wine contains compounds that may also be beneficial to your health.
While red wine has been considered a celebratory and wholesome ...Read more
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Years ago, I had some patches of melasma on my face removed with IPL treatment. When I went to make an appointment with my dermatologist recently for the same condition, I was told IPL should not be used ...Read more
You probably never heard of COVID-19 when you picked this year’s health insurance policy at work. You couldn’t have planned for the coronavirus pandemic when you signed up for a 2020 flexible spending arrangement (FSA)...Read more
Jennifer Aniston, 51, is known for her disciplined exercise regimen and a diet filled with nutrient-dense foods. She has often touted green tea as one of her go-to favorites that helps maintain her seemingly boundless ...Read more
DEAR DR. ROACH: Are all puzzles created equal in terms of their value in keeping the mind sharp? I enjoy Sudoku and word-finding puzzles, with an occasional crossword puzzle thrown in. I also play games requiring puzzle ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: My 13-year-old son and I recently had a discussion that maybe you can help clarify. We are seeing more about trans people these days, and I'm not sure how to address them.
I don't want to offend anyone, but ...Read more
From the writings of the Rev. Billy Graham
Q: My generation is being told that if we obtain money, possessions, and power we'll be equipped for success. My parents have attained all of these but their marriage fell apart ...Read more
This summer many of you are going to hear wedding bells.
The ringing might be for you as bride and groom, or simply as guest and bestie. Whatever your role on that happy day of hearing marriage vows, your merriment likely...Read more
Here at The Inquirer's Health & Science desk, we often are asked how we decide what to write about. My answer always includes this statement:
A huge part of the job is deciding what not to write about.
That is true even ...Read more
Lance Allred, who played for the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2008 and 2009, was the first deaf NBA player. Hearing impaired since birth, he was able to excel in high school and college ball, become a pro and, after he retired, ...Read more
DEAR DR. ROACH: I had two blood transfusions in 2012 during an almost yearlong bout with an out of control infection that ended up in a fused knee. In a recent antibody screen, I was identified as having anti-jkb. The ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: After many years, my sister and I finally have a decent relationship. I feel I can tell her about almost anything.
My brother-in-law, Aaron, is an alcoholic, and my sister enables him. When he drinks, his ...Read more
From the writings of the Rev. Billy Graham
Q: How does a couple build a strong marriage? With an attack on God's design it almost seems impossible. -- S.M.
A: The home is the foundation of any society, but it most ...Read more
The economic upheaval and social disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic have upended the assumptions many people made last fall about which insurance plan to sign up for, or how much of their pretax wages to sock ...Read more
Smartphone apps and connected devices that largely have seen niche use in the telemedicine context are likely to see a significant growth as online and remote consultations with doctors during the COVID-19 pandemic become ...Read more
Dear Amy: My husband and I are retired. We own two homes – one in the north, one in the south. Our 40-year-old son still lives with us up north.
We spend about six months of the year in each place. We are covering all ...Read more
Forcing the Labor Department to adopt an emergency temporary standard to protect workers against COVID-19 infections could result in an "ineffective or counterproductive" regulation that would be difficult to modify if ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA -- Even before protesters across the country took to the streets in rage and grief over police brutality, Americans were already facing unprecedented stress, isolation, depression and fear brought on by the ...Read more
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