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  • Pregnancy chic

    Pregnancy chic
    I USED to look forward to getting knocked up. To me, pregnancy sounded like a mini-retirement. You could walk around in slippers with food stains down your front and groan when you stood up too fast. Greasy hair? Blame those bumptious hormones. Thunderous belches? Ditto. Sure, I have always thought being a mom would be a supreme blessing and all that jazz. But the freedom to act like a frat boy for a few months? Priceless.
  • Yoga advice from Christine Burke, Candace Morano and Anthony Benenati

    Yoga advice from Christine Burke, Candace Morano and Anthony Benenati
    A few simple techniques can make the difference between a sore back (or other body part) and a strong, healthy one. CHRISTINE BURKE Co-owner and director of Liberation Yoga, Los Angeles Downward-facing dog: The body bends at the hips in an upside-...

    Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf awaits MRI on left ankle, still hopeful about Olympics

    The Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf had yet to have an MRI of his sprained left ankle but said Tuesday morning he remained hopeful he can play for Canada in the Olympics. "We're far from ruling that out, that’s for sure,” he...

    Aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease: In one patient group, it may not work well

    For cardiovascular disease, the best time to intervene would ideally be before a heart attack or stroke ever happened. In at least one group of people, this doesn't seem to work very well, according to a study just published in...

    A reality check on skis

    A reality check on skis
    "I really want to try cross-country skiing!" pleaded my daughter as we headed toward the airport ladies' room to change clothes so we could hike to the "M" behind the University of Montana and reward ourselves with sweet potato fries on the "hip strip" in...