Dear Amy: Like so many others, I have faced my share of struggles trying to get through the pandemic and keep my health, family, and career on track.
I worked remotely and am now back working at our office space. We ...Read more
Can the words "healthy" and "holiday" even go together? Should they go together? Do you put them together?
It can seem like you do such a good job eating well all year long, and then, when the holidays roll around, all ...Read more
BALTIMORE – Columbia, Maryland, resident Armon Wilson had one goal for participating in his first election: be first in line.
"As soon as the polls open, I'm going to be the first one there. I'm not going to wait in ...Read more
DEAR DR. ROACH: I am anxious to know your opinion regarding removal of surgical hardware. Fourteen months ago, I broke and dislocated my wrist. It was a serious injury and required surgery. They put in a cadaver bone, a ...Read more
When Phil Collins sings, "I can feel it coming in the air tonight," he isn't warning you to beware of the virus that causes COVID-19 as you join friends, family or colleagues indoors this winter. But it might make you ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: My fiancee and I are in our early 50s. We dated for two years and have been engaged for three months. She's a wonderful lady, and I can't imagine life without her.
I knew she was bi-curious a year ago when she ...Read more
From the writings of the Rev. Billy Graham
Q: Social justice is the headline of the day it seems. How can a person define social justice when everyone has a different opinion? People shout for their ...Read more
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has pumped billions of dollars into the health care industry during the COVID-19 crisis, padding bottom lines at some of the country's most profitable businesses even as millions of ...Read more
CHICAGO — Halloween is already happening at Angie Grover's house. The pumpkins are carved. The porch is decorated. The costumes are getting multiple trial runs, with Grover's younger son, age 7, even taking a scooter ...Read more
HARTFORD, Conn. — Carol Pash just wants to play the piano again.
Pash, 89, has been volunteering a few days a week at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Springfield, Mass., for more than 10 years, much of it playing...Read more
Halloween is just barely a Christian holiday. It is All Hallows Eve, which comes just before All Hallows Day, also called All Saint’s Day. It is part of a three-day feast celebrated in Western Christianity in honor of ...Read more
Norma Crosby remembers when she relied on blind faith to cast her vote.
The 64-year-old Texan was born virtually without sight, a side effect of her mother catching rubella while pregnant with her. Friends and relatives ...Read more
The small screen is trying to make us forget the big one.
Last week in this space I discussed "Helstrom." The week before I focused on "Star Trek: Prodigy," "M.O.D.O.K.," "Invincible" and several other upcoming TV shows, ...Read more
A spoonful of sugar makes your life span go down. That's the conclusion of one study conducted by researchers at Harvard, which found that having too many sugary drinks could increase a person's risk of dying young. ...Read more
When Tiffany Qiu heard how much her surgery was going to cost her, she was sure the hospital's financial department had made a mistake. Qiu, who already knew from a breast cancer scare earlier that year that her plan ...Read more
If the plant world celebrated Oktoberfest, lantanas would be front and center leading the party. As far as The Garden Guy is concerned, it could be a fall lantana fest.
Now don't get me wrong they were among the toughest,...Read more
Five years ago this month, I moved to the small town where my oldest daughter and family live. And because my grandkids are ranch kids, coming to Grammy's house in town for Halloween has become a special tradition. Even ...Read more
The COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult for some patients to keep on track with their regular breast cancer screenings. In the beginning of the pandemic, mammogram screenings dropped significantly. Now health care ...Read more
There might be a lot to "boo" about this Halloween season as the COVID-19 pandemic forces many traditions to be reconsidered. It's important to think and act differently this year, according to Dr. Nipunie Rajapakse, a ...Read more
Wearing a cloth mask in public to help slow the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19 is recommend by the Centers for the Disease Control and Prevention and required by many business establishments.
These tips are ...Read more
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