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KickingTiresThe dog days of summer are in full swing in the high altitudes of the Rocky Mountains (read: close to the sun with little ozone filtration). My kids are back to school and afterschool activities, so I'm often driving north......
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KickingTiresMany of us slather on the sunscreen before heading outdoors, but are you applying it before you get in the car for your morning and evening commute? If you're not, you should be, especially if you spend hours a week......
Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Today is “Don’t Fry Day,” designated by the EPA and the National Council on Skin Cancer to remind Americans to protect themselves and their kids from too much sun. As you head off for the beach or park,......
The Swampby Mark Silva With the Senate's 60-40 vote early this morning to move its health-care legislation to expected passage this week, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said the Senate had taken a "historic step'' toward delivering on the promise of......
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Haven Lutheran Church and the American Cancer Society are fighting back against cancer by hosting enrollment at the church for a new research study titled Cancer Prevention Study-3. Area residents can help researchers better understand the genetic,...
Dear Amy: I know that "friends don't let friends drive drunk," but the last few times I've been in a situation in which I've offered to drive or call a cab for friends who'd been drinking, they've insisted they were "OK to drive." One friend was so...
Dear Amy: I am really scared for my younger sister. My mom has let her start tanning in tanning beds. Because we have a history of skin cancer deaths in our family, I can't figure out why my mom would let my sister do this. My sister is now addicted;...
Tribune NewsMouse print: It's the catch, the gotcha, the bait-and-switch. It's print advertising's tiny type, fit for reading by mice, or a speed-talked disclaimer on TV or radio that often makes an advertised claim false or misleading. "FREE BOX OF CORN FLAKES...
Swift JusticeDear Jackie, My older daughter died from melanoma in 2009. At the time, my grandson was only 10 years old. My son-in-law did not involve me in her funeral arrangements, and since then I haven't had much contact with him even though he lives in the same...
How does somebody fight a one-in-a-million genetic disorder that makes a new cancer diagnosis almost as common as an annual bout with the flu? Lainie Jones does it with grit, courage and plenty of humor. "Oh, the joys of having veins like a heroin...
Arthritis made it difficult for Todd Painton to walk as a youth, but he battled through it and was a starter on the Elizabethtown High School basketball team his senior season. He was the first recruit for East Stroudsburg University head coach Sal...
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” That old English proverb was a recurring theme at least week’s Republican National Convention, where ideological leadership was...
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