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Archive for February, 2011

OAKLAND, Calif. — So much for an All-Star hangover. Kevin Garnett and Rajon Rondo each came close to a triple-double, and the Boston Celtics picked up right where they left off before the break with an easy 115-93 victory over the Golden State… Read more

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(HealthDay News) — Yoga may be a great way to exercise, relax and even relieve pain. But the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons says you can do more harm than good if you practice yoga incorrectly. The academy offers these… Read more

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WEDNESDAY, Feb. 23 (HealthDay News) — People’s emotional response to challenges may affect how their body reacts to stress, according to a new study. To reach that conclusion, researchers from the University of Pittsburgh had individuals make a… Read more

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By Eve GlicksmanContent provided by  Influenza can strike anyone, regardless of age or health. But certain people are more likely to get the flu – and to suffer more problems from it if they do. If you’re very young or very old, your risk of dying… Read more

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By Nick MokeyProvided by The era of Blockbuster is dead. Even as we’re shoveling DVDs and VHS cassettes into a blue-and-yellow coffin, the battle to see who will replace the physical media dinosaur with a digital cinema pipeline straight into… Read more

in partnership with  Real brides share their wedding night stories (and they’re not what you think). Just me and my TV “We had an evening garden wedding that happened to fall on the day of a 75-year record high . . . a whopping 106 degrees. We… Read more

in partnership with Q. My mother has taken over our wedding guest list. It wouldn’t be that big of a deal (she is footing the bill, after all), except that the wedding chapel we’ve chosen for the wedding ceremony isn’t exactly enormous — it holds… Read more

By: Jenna Hagist HUNTINGTON, Mass. (WGGB) — Kathleen Toomey’s passion is singing, but it’s her leadership and academic excellence that are hitting high notes. She is the show choir president at Gateway Regional High School. “I love it! I wouldn’t… Read more

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(HealthDay News) — A muscle cramp occurs when a muscle involuntarily contracts. It often occurs during a sport or other exercise, but a muscle can spasm even during sleep. The ADAM Encyclopedia offers these suggestions for alleviating or… Read more

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By Jenifer GoodwinHealthDay ReporterTUESDAY, Feb. 22 (HealthDay News) — By analyzing patterns in the brain’s electrical activity, researchers say they’ve been able to assess autism risk in children as young as 6 months of age. Researchers hooked… Read more

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By Jenifer GoodwinHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Feb. 21 (HealthDay News) — The YouTube videos are disturbing — images of teens with their arms bleeding and scarred where they sliced into themselves with a razor blade or other sharp object; poetry… Read more

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In today’s highly competitive job market, it is imperative for candidates to be fully prepared for an interview. This includes choosing the appropriate interview attire. The idea is to project an image to a future employer that conveys a… Read more

By By Jennifer ViegasBy Jennifer Viegas   For small dogs like these and their discriminating owners, only the most specialized care will do. To meet their needs, a number of day care and boarding facilities exclusive to tiny dogs have emerged in… Read more

By By Todd Wasserman for IT InsiderBy Todd Wasserman for IT Insider Aside from a few niches, including publishing, Apple hasn’t been a huge player in the business market. For the past 20 years or so, small businesses have mostly chosen… Read more

From The University of New Hampshire via Newswise Decorated with numerous prestigious awards, including a Golden Globe and two Screen Actors Guild awards and 12 Oscar nominations, “The King’s Speech” is based on the true story of Britain’s King… Read more