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  • Why you won't find 'happiness' on my list of New Year's resolutions

    Why you won't find 'happiness' on my list of New Year's resolutions
    The good news about coming down with the flu on New Year’s Eve and then suffering through the first four days of 2014 is that I at least got to cross “detox” and “sleep” off my list of immediate resolutions. Done and done....
  • Ducks scorched in 5-1 loss to Lightning

    Ducks scorched in 5-1 loss to Lightning
    TAMPA, Fla. — Valtteri Filppula had two goals and an assist, goalie Ben Bishop won his 13th game this season and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Anaheim Ducks 5-1 in a matchup of conference leaders Thursday night. Martin St. Louis added a goal...
  • Ducks move goalie Frederik Andersen back to minors

    Ducks move goalie Frederik Andersen back to minors
    Less than 48 hours after his unbeaten streak ended at six games, Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen has been moved back to minor-league Norfolk, Va. The Ducks on Thursday activated goalie Viktor Fasth after sending him to Norfolk to play Wednesday. Fasth,...
  • Eloise Klein Healy finds poetry in her recovery from encephalitis

    Eloise Klein Healy finds poetry in her recovery from encephalitis
    If you listen closely to her, she still speaks like a poet — just not the poet she was before. She sounds more like, say, Gertrude Stein, a free-associating poet who juggles and feints, making verbs serve as nouns and treating syntax like a...
  • Lather up now, germophobes: FDA readies limits on antibacterial soap

    Lather up now, germophobes: FDA readies limits on antibacterial soap
    The makers of antibacterial soaps and bodywashes will have to demonstrate that their products are safe, effective, and prevent the spread of illness better than good old-fashioned soap and water, or they'll have to conform to new rules, the Food & Drug...
  • The dirty secrets of antibacterial soap

    The dirty secrets of antibacterial soap
    Antibacterial soap is great stuff — if you’re talking about just plain old regular soap. Because all soap combats bacteria. It doesn’t need germ-killing chemicals added to do that. The difference is that regular soap doesn’t act so...
  • Russian forensic probe concludes Arafat died of natural causes

    Russian forensic probe concludes Arafat died of natural causes
    Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat died of natural causes nine years ago, not from poisoning by a radioactive substance as alleged by his widow, a Russian forensic investigation has concluded. The Russian findings conflict with those of Swiss scientists,...
  • Kings' Dustin Brown won't take Sharks' bait on Tomas Hertl collision

    Kings' Dustin Brown won't take Sharks' bait on Tomas Hertl collision
    NASHVILLE -- Recovering from a weird flu-like illness has occupied Dustin Brown’s time since it hit him ferociously earlier in the week, forcing him to miss Monday’s game against the Stars. So the Kings captain wasn’t exactly following...
  • Kings' Drew Doughty on challenge of facing Blackhawks in Chicago

    Kings' Drew Doughty on challenge of facing Blackhawks in Chicago
    CHICAGO -- Defenseman Drew Doughty was pondering why the Kings have had so much trouble against the Blackhawks in Chicago. Then again, who hasn't? The Kings are hardly alone as plenty of teams have struggled at the United Center. "In the past, our...
  • AMC renews 'The Walking Dead' for fifth season

    AMC renews 'The Walking Dead' for fifth season
    In perhaps the most unsurprising announcement ever, AMC has renewed ratings-busting drama "The Walking Dead" for a fifth season. Get your flu shots! The drama was last season's biggest scripted show. And when it returned for its fourth season earlier...
  • Yasser Arafat probably poisoned by polonium, Swiss review concludes

    Yasser Arafat probably poisoned by polonium, Swiss review concludes
    Swiss forensics examiners found sufficient traces of the deadly radioactive isotope polonium-210 in the exhumed remains of Yasser Arafat to conclude with relative certainty that the late Palestinian leader died of poisoning in 2004,  Al Jazeera channel...