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  • Breast cancer survivors can and should exercise

    Are there exercises specific to breast cancer survivors? Karen Downey Exercise in all forms is beneficial to breast cancer survivors, helping to improve quality of life as well as increasing survival rates. "Exercise promotes better blood flow...
  • Kathleen Norris battles 'the demon of acedia'

    Kathleen Norris battles 'the demon of acedia'
    We have a vast palette of words that attempt to express our downcast moods -- "a funk," "the blues," "the doldrums." All of them abstractions, euphemisms we employ in an effort to pinpoint something elusive -- a sensation that might be a shade less than...
  • Michael Eastman captures the eternal present at DNJ Gallery

    Michael Eastman captures the eternal present at DNJ Gallery
    Photographs keep a subject alive and at the same time mark its passing. The friction between a photograph's perpetual now and its memorial then can saturate an image with poignancy -- the reprieve of preservation tempering a wrenching sense of loss. This...
  • The gender line

    The gender line
    Say what you will about Mars and Venus, but anatomically, male and female hearts look the same. When healthy, both should be about the size of a fist. Both have three main coronary arteries, the large blood vessels that wrap around the outside of the...
  • Virus discovery called breakthrough in fight against chronic fatigue syndrome

    In what may prove to be the first major breakthrough in the fight against the mysterious and controversial disorder known as chronic fatigue syndrome, researchers reported Thursday that they had found traces of a virus in the vast majority of affected...
  • Essentials for the tool shed

    GARDENING books are great at telling us what to do. Occasionally they tell us how. Rarely do they descend to specific information on the subject of tools: which, where, why, when. Gardeners could cripple themselves carrying sacks of manure and compost...
  • Do Trail Leash Rules Go Too Far?

    Do Trail Leash Rules Go Too Far?
    A dog's nose, of course, is where the trouble all begins. Homer and Chase are running through Solstice Creek in the Santa Monica Mountains on a warm Sunday afternoon. They are splashing in shin-deep water, darting past salamanders and frogs and jumping...
  • From the archives: New-Style Election Altering Soviet Political Landscape

    MOSCOW -- Profound political changes are under way in the Soviet Union as the country prepares this month for its first contested parliamentary elections since the earliest days of the Soviet state. A dramatic upsurge in political activism at the grass-...