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A shimmering smile isn’t the only thing toothpaste can be credited for. That little magical tube of paste can conquer everything from carpet and clothing stains to burns and water rings.
Corn prices may be a little higher than we’re accustomed to due to heavy spring rains, summer droughts and other issues, but if you figure an ear per person, it’s still a bargain vegetable that meshes well with any summer meal.
PHILADELPHIA — As the COVID-19 pandemic continues into late summer, social distancing and quarantining behaviors have brought challenges to relationships for people of all ages.
It’s prime time for blueberries and the Grand Haven area is a prime place for this fresh fruit, so we’re diving in with some great tips on how to keep your blueberry experience from being anything but blue.
It’d be great if racism didn’t exist. If you didn’t have to give your kid an explanation for why a person clutched a bag as a black man walked by. If black families didn’t have to hold multiple versions of “the talk” in hopes that their child doesn’t become the next Michael Brown or George F…
Resa Alb wants to host Father’s Day brunch. She and her husband, plus their two kids and the grandkids, would make 10 people – the exact number allowed to gather under phase three of the state’s reopening plan.
LOS ANGELES — Some businesses are in the process of reopening. But many people working from home as a result of the coronavirus pandemic may face several additional months of hunching over their laptops at their kitchen tables before heading back into the office.
While we’re sheltering in place, the fact that kids can stay in touch with friends and family by texting, video-chatting, and gaming has been a lifesaver for many families.
Wanda Bridgeforth was 16 when a polio outbreak swept through Chicago in 1937. Schools were closed. Kids learned their lessons through 15-minute segments on participating radio stations.
Dr. Diana Bitner, a nationally certified menopause practitioner, answers some questions about how women in midlife can put self-care on their to-do list during the COVID-19 outbreak.
DEAR ABBY: I have a friend who is an alcoholic. I met her when we first moved here five years ago. At that time, I wasn't aware of her drinking problem. Over the years it has become very apparent. I have yelled at her, shown deep concern for her, threatened rehab, begged her to get help, etc.
Although I am a community urologist, the focus of my academic research, to date, has been on the effects of childhood trauma, or ACEs, on patient and physician wellness.
If you have a teenager in your house right now, this is probably not the most fun time you’ve had in the history of being a parent.
CHICAGO — Rachael Stewart is planning to meet her second child, a baby boy, in about four weeks. A name is chosen, a doula is selected and flights are booked for her out-of-state mother to be in attendance for the birth.