SANTIAGO, Chile -- Pope Francis began the fourth day of his South American trip in northern Chile exhorting the faithful to be more tolerant of immigrants before flying on to Peru for the second leg of his journey, where ...Read more
Have you noticed that you're reaching for your reader glasses more often, and it just seems like you just can't see as well as you used to?
Unfortunately, it's part of the aging process. But we can take steps,...Read more
Dear Amy: I am a 21-year-old college student. I've been friends with a fellow student named "Rob" for the past three years. I have never known Rob to be anything but a kind and trustworthy person. For the past two years, ...Read more
DEAR DR. ROACH: I'm a 75-year-old male with a prostate the size of a Buick. I have to get up four to five times a night to urinate. After about the third time, I cannot get back to sleep. I can get about five hours ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: At what point does a man finally give up hope of finding a mate and accept that he may end up alone?
I'm 29. I never had a chance to date in high school. My family farms, and when I was 14, my grandfather could...Read more
On an episode of "Friends," the gang arrives late to Monica and Chandler's for dinner. "I bet that vein on Monica's forehead is popping like crazy," says Phoebe when Monica won't let them in. When Rachel suggests eating ...Read more
When does FaceTime become an intrusion?
My sister-in-law recently relocated to our area. We invited her to join us for our traditionally quiet New Year's Eve celebration. About two hours before midnight,...Read more
Q: How do I know God even hears my prayers? Sometimes it's as if He's turned a deaf ear to me. I'm beginning to wonder if it's even worthwhile praying. -- Mrs. E.C.
A: One reason we know God hears our prayers is because ...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 ...
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Until last year, Jackie Coleman was a disability rights lawyer -- a good one, too.
"I was an excellent attorney," recalled the 63-year-old Rancho Cordova, Calif., resident who loved her job and was ...Read more
UnitedHealth Group's growing network of urgent care clinics is opening four locations in Las Vegas as part of an emerging collaboration with pharmacy giant Walgreens.
The new MedExpress clinics will be co-located with ...Read more
Q: This biblical verse (Matthew 24:35) troubles me: "Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away." If heaven, passes away, what happens to souls there? Thank you! -- T
A: Well, let us look more ...Read more
Dear Amy: My wife and I are in our mid-60s, married for 14 years. We have two teenage children, and I have three adult children by previous partners. Our marriage is totally committed, wonderful and fun.
I worry about ...Read more
DEAR DR. ROACH: I have an adult son with serious medical issues. Because of a persistent cough, he saw his internist four times, as well as a pulmonologist. Blood tests and X-rays were negative. His diagnoses over time ...Read more
When Hofstra University's departments of earth sciences and geology helped put together a teaching guide for GeoTeach to sort out the facts from science fiction in the "Jurassic Park" movies, they acknowledged that the ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: I'm 28 and have been dating my boyfriend, Spencer, for 2 1/2 years. We have talked a lot about getting married. We know where we want it to be, who will be in our wedding party and what the theme will be.
A ...Read more
Adapted from a recent online discussion.
I just found out that my niece's husband has made inappropriate comments/propositions to both of my daughters, one still a minor (17). I have to tell my niece, ...Read more
Q: My uncle is active in his church and all that, but when he gets behind the wheel of his car he's an absolute maniac. Maybe you could say something about the need for safe driving. We're afraid he's going to kill someone...Read more
SANTIAGO, Chile -- Pope Francis celebrated Mass on Wednesday in the homeland of Chile's Mapuche indigenous community, paying tribute to a group that has been engaged in a sometimes violent struggle to bolster autonomy and ...Read more
While smoking rates nationally have steadily declined, tobacco use remains notably problematic in some racial and ethnic groups, according to new data from the CDC. For example, more than 43 percent of American Indians ...Read more
In the 2008 movie "Baby Mama," Kate (Tina Fey), a working woman in her 30s, finds that she can't have a baby and hires Angie (Amy Poehler) as a surrogate. Angie, who's a junk-food junkie, is reprimanded by Kate: "I don't ...Read more
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