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How Do You Stay Hydrated? Oct. 14, 2020


Water remains the drink of choice for most people, according to new data from the Centers for Diseas... Read More

The Year Just Flu By Aug. 12, 2020


Parents of kids under age 5 often schedule their child's annual checkup for around their birthday. T... Read More

Monkey See, Humans Do Jul. 29, 2020


Humans and monkeys share about 93 percent of their DNA. We think a lot alike as well. In experiments... Read More

The State of Caregiving Jul. 22, 2020


Nearly 1 in 5 adults in the United States is an unpaid caregiver for an adult with health or other f... Read More

Changing E-Cig Tastes Jun. 03, 2020


In November 2018, under pressure from the Food and Drug Administration, e-cigarette maker Juul annou... Read More

Heat Goes for the Heart May. 27, 2020


As global temperatures rise due to climate change, so, too, will cardiovascular-related deaths, acco... Read More

Stepping It up May. 20, 2020


We all know walking is wonderful exercise, especially as we age and other forms of strenuous physica... Read More

Racism Demands Education, Not Exile Apr. 25, 2020

Corey Friedman

The racist TikTok video that roiled a Georgia high school could have been a teachable moment. But ad... Read More

Caring About the Caregivers Mar. 18, 2020


Most family members and unpaid caregivers looking after older adults say they feel listened to when ... Read More

Why Chemo Kills Bone Feb. 12, 2020


One of the major adverse effects of cancer treatment can be bone loss, which can lead to osteoporosi... Read More

Moon of Time and Teachers Nov. 02, 2019

Horoscopes by Holiday

One guru suggests that everything is manifesting in record time. Another says that time is an illusi... Read More

Neptune Makes Waves Oct. 15, 2019

Horoscopes by Holiday

The still water may run deep, but the lack of agitation also allows for toxic green and blue algae t... Read More

Can a Dream Job Turn Into a Nightmare? Jun. 20, 2019

At Work

Q: I began a new job several months ago. I want the type of company to remain confidential, but I ha... Read More

Mercury and Pluto Argue Jun. 19, 2019

Horoscopes by Holiday

Today's argument between Mercury and Pluto brings up a good point. Arguing over who is right is usel... Read More

Promoting Christianity in Public Schools Isn't Just Unconstitutional. It's UnAmerican. May. 28, 2019

Daily Editorials

Since public schools are tax-funded, they're barred by the First Amendment from promoting "an establ... Read More

Scorpio Moon Spills Secrets May. 18, 2019

Horoscopes by Holiday

The full Scorpio moon is ripe with mystery, charged with excitement and practically spilling over wi... Read More

Ousting Bad Teacher Helps Students May. 16, 2019

At Work

Q: I'm an English literature teacher who also independently tutors students from the other small, lo... Read More

Saturn Retrograde Preshow Apr. 28, 2019

Horoscopes by Holiday

To what extent should you indulge your cravings, wishes and longings? On the one hand, it feels like... Read More

Mars Makes Ponderous Move Mar. 31, 2019

Horoscopes by Holiday

Would you rather have a diamond with a flaw or have a flawless pebble? If your aim is to cut glass o... Read More

These Tools Have Fascinating 'Handles' Nov. 07, 2018

The Word Guy

During college, I spent an entire summer with a lute in my hands. No, I wasn't strumming medieval ma... Read More