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South Bend TribuneA lucky streak. Arnie Horowitz, of South Bend, was very lucky around the end of December. On Dec. 26, he won $134,000 in the Hoosier Lottery Cash 5. He picked some birthday dates, 4-6-20-26 and 29. And the numbers fell into place for him. But it doesn&...
Recently, someone was telling me that when you get to middle age, no matter how much you try, things just change. You really have to watch what you eat. You wake up one day with saggy arms. Your fat pants become your everyday pants. When she finished...
Jen Matlack's husband teases her about buying organic. It's not worth the extra money, he says, but she insists. A new study promises to add fuel to their marital quarrel. Published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine, it finds that organic produce...
Starting in the fall of 2013, 60 lucky students out of a pool of about 3,000 will be chosen to be the first class at Central Michigan University's new medical school -- and Northern Michigan will be the better for it. One of the goals of the new...
After several decades of living on this planet, I believe that I may truly have found the very essence of life. Brace yourself, because this discovery is probably not going to be what you thought. But to me, it feels like the proverbial brass ring....
It's every woman's dream: could chocolate, the substance that cures everything from PMS to heartbreak, also make you skinnier? If true, there's got to be a catch, right? Here's the skinny: Dr. Beatrice Golomb, associate professor of medicine at...
Living in a South Florida condominium community on or near a golf course is generally considered a good thing, bringing higher real estate values and peaceful views of hills, sand and greens. But living with a golf course comes with downsides, such as...
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Dear Pharmacist: I read your "Diabetes Without Drugs" book, and I am on Step 3 feeling better, and have lost 18 pounds. I was surprised to see such positive remarks about coffee; you really seem to approve of that for diabetics. Why? Everything I hear...
HealthSome discussions just don't end. Designated hitter or let the pitcher bat? Is the stuff you put on spaghetti sauce or gravy? Obama or Romney? (Well, at least that one will end in a few months.) But then you get to the real meat-and-potatoes conundrum of...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelGOP U.S. Senate candidate Dave Weldon, still a long shot in next month's primary, announced another significant endorsement from a Christian political organization, The United Christians of Florida's Political Action Committee. The group picked Weldon...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelWhile U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV has attracted dozens of establishment Republican endorsements for the U.S. Senate, his primary opponent Dave Weldon continues to peel away endorsements from the Christian conservative wing. Today Weldon's campaign...
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