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It's home-stretch time at Magooby's Joke House, as the Baltimore area's most exhausted comics prepare for the last few hours of their 81-hour comedy marathon. "Things have all worked out," comic Jim Meyer said Thursday afternoon, just minutes after...
Tags: Comedy (genre), Sports, Entertainment, Dr. Seuss, Marathon
There's something inexplicable about our relationship with coffee. It percolates through our day from the moment we wake, enlivening our senses and galvanizing us into action. It's an affair that has been going on for more than 500 years, since the...
Tags: Physiology, Science, Cancer, Health, Human Interest
firstname.lastname@example.orgEverybody remembers their first love. But behind every warm memory, there was a worried Mom or Dad dealing with the fallout — teenage breakups, makeups and making out. Teen dating can be a squeamish topic for parents, a reminder that Daddy's little...
The 33 NewsIf you're not getting enough sleep, you're not alone--a recent study found Americans are getting a little more than six hours of sleep a night. Now a new study finds that sleep deprivation can increase your appetite. Scientists at Columbia University'...
Tags: Weight, New York, Physical Conditions, Health, McDonald's
I grew up in a culture that devalued sleep. It was common to hear my parents say, “Nothing comes to a sleeper but a dream.” Sleep in our culture is treated as a manifestation of laziness. Many of us have internalized contempt for sleep and those who...
Most people remembered to set their clocks ahead last night so they could spring forward today into daylight saving time, the harbinger of spring and summertime. But for some, it can cause headaches, irritability, tiredness and poor concentration....
Tags: Energy Saving, Insomnia, Heart Attack, Human Interest, Health
KTUU.com(10:23 p.m.) Team 31 Potter-Harrison has returned to Galena with mechanical problems. And that's my last update for tonight. Still no update on whether Teams 30 and 27 will continue on. Other than that, it looks like everyone else is either laying over,...
Tags: Health, Alaska, Injuries and Wounds, Facebook
KTLA NewsToo much texting could be bad for your teen's health. Doctors and psychologists have begun raising red flags about the effects of non-stop texting, according to The New York Times. American teenagers send and receive dozens, perhaps hundreds, of texts a...
Tags: Stress, Teen-agers, Anxiety, The New York Times, KTLA
For 10-year-old Jacob Krause, getting ready for the new school year wasn't a simple matter of back-to-school shopping. It also involved working out logistics for getting to the bathroom as many as 20 times during a single school day. The Clarksville...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt's a universal truth: When you're in your 20s, you can stay out all night and look fresh the next morning. Unfortunately, as we age, lack of sleep affects us more deeply and shows more prominently on our faces - lackluster complexions, dark circles,...
Tags: Skin Rash, Los Angeles Times, Immune System
Sleep deprivation makes the day drag and appears to put a drag on metabolism, causing the body to use less energy, European researchers found in a small study. The results, which appear in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, add to evidence that...
Tags: Science, Physiology, Health, Obesity, Hydrocortisone
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