MEXICO CITY -- Eleven Catholic pilgrims died in a traffic accident on Tuesday as they were returning from one of the world's largest annual Catholic celebrations dedicated to the Virgin Mary in Mexico City.
A truck ...Read more
In April, we plant flowers. In December, we give gifts.
Which is why I lasered in to something a wise young yoga teacher said at the end of a deliciously challenging 90-minute class:
"Take all the warmth and energy you'...Read more
What came first -- the chicken or the egg? That's been buggin' folks for millennia. In fact, Aristotle, in the 4th century B.C., wrote, "There could not have been a first egg to give a beginning to birds, or there would ...Read more
Dear Amy: My boyfriend and I have been on/off for the last five years.
During the time we were apart, he had another girlfriend. I didn't know about her. He and I maintained a "friends with benefits" relationship during ...Read more
DEAR DR. ROACH: I would like your opinion about staying on blood thinners for the rest of my life. In July 2017, a CT scan showed a small blood clot in my lower-left lung. This was an indirect the result of a grade 3 ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been together for 40 years. Like most people, we've had our good times and bad, but we've both been committed to the marriage, and so we've made it work.
Now I'm faced with a problem for ...Read more
Adapted from a recent online discussion.
When I was 18, my mother revealed that the father I grew up with was not my biological father. She claimed she didn't even know my bio father, and never contacted...Read more
Q: Why do I have such a hard time saying "no" to people who talk me into doing things I know are wrong -- and yet I still do them? Why do I give in so easily? -- M.H.
A: I'm thankful you realize you have this problem, and...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 ...
ATLANTA – A study by researchers at Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Fla., has found that barriers to patients receiving stem cell therapy as part of their treatment for multiple myeloma include income, education, ...Read more
ATLANTA -- An observational study by researchers at Mayo Clinic has found that increasing physical activity not only decreased the risk of death from all causes but also decreased the risk of death specifically from ...Read more
The 2004 movie "Brainiac" is about the discovery of the ultimate feel-good drug, dubbed "Nirvana." Unfortunately, it ends up turning those who take it into brain-devouring monsters. Talk about changing brainwaves.
A new ...Read more
Dear Amy: My husband and I get along very well with his parents, but spending time with them around gift-giving holidays can be extremely stressful. My in-laws give my husband's siblings much more in the way of gifts than ...Read more
DEAR DR. ROACH: My husband has been diagnosed with a rectal fissure. It has been a couple of months, and it isn't any better. He has been treated only with a stool softener. What do you suggest? -- A.T.S.
ANSWER: Anal ...Read more
DEAR ABBY: My only sister has been borrowing money from me every month for years. She has a ton of credit card debt and cannot afford to meet her monthly financial obligations.
Last year my husband and I paid her property...Read more
Adapted from a recent online discussion.
My daughter, 11, has three friends from school. One girl's parents are generous hosts. "Emma" is an only child and has a pool, fun toys, great snacks.
The problem...Read more
Q: I am living temporarily in your country while I attend graduate school. Please explain Christmas to me. I thought it was supposed to be a religious holiday, but from what I saw last year, I guess I am wrong. -- N.S.V.
Having a heart attack is one of life's great stressors, so it's no surprise that nearly one in five heart attack survivors qualify for a diagnosis of a major depressive disorder, doctors say.
For insurers like Minnetonka'...Read more
As open enrollment for Affordable Care Act coverage nears Friday's deadline, Heidi and Richard Reiter sit at the kitchen table at their Davie home and struggle to piece together the family's health insurance for 2018.
Dear Amy: My son-in-law was shot in the thigh during the Las Vegas concert in October. Fortunately, he is now OK.
I belong to a religious congregation of around 35 families. One of the women in my congregation and I are ...Read more
My husband and I don't see eye-to-eye on discipline. Our kids are generally good kids, but they don't treat us with the respect I think we ought to have. When I announce that dinner is ready -- the kids ...Read more
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