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Archive for March, 2011

SAN ANTONIO — Rajon Rondo had 22 points and 14 assists, Paul Pierce scored 21 and the Boston Celtics stopped slipping further from first in the Eastern Conference, beating the slumping San Antonio Spurs 107-97 on Thursday night. Kevin Garnett… Read more

BOSTON — Nazem Kadri scored the only shootout goal to help the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Boston Bruins 4-3 on Thursday night. With the point for reaching overtime, the Bruins clinched a tie for the Northeast Division title. The next Boston… Read more

by Dave Madsen SPRINGFIELD (WGGB) — Local students are coming together, making a difference to help build a caring community. It’s all thanks to Eileen Moore and Phoebe’s Messengers. Eileen developed the program to honor her niece, Phoebe Prince,… Read more

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(HealthDay News) — Eczema is the umbrella term for a host of conditions that lead to a red, itchy skin rash. People with a family history of eczema are more likely to develop the condition, which isn’t contagious. The American Academy of Family… Read more

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(HealthDay News) — The curious nature of young children pushes them to explore, but they may be unsteady on their feet, increasing the likelihood of falls. The U.S. Home Safety Council offers these preventive suggestions: Secure stairs with a… Read more

By By Michele C. HollowBy Michele C. Hollow From The Daily Cat   Whenever I pack for a road trip, my cat climbs into my suitcase. I look into those sweet big eyes and say, “Sorry, but you can’t come with me.” But with an increasing number of… Read more

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By Jenilee Matz, MPH, Staff Writer Content provided by  Drugs are powerful substances that can do anything from changing your brain chemistry to killing bacteria. So you must empower yourself with knowledge to stay safe. What can happen? One drug… Read more

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By Gregg Newby, Staff Writer   Content provided by  You might think it’s better for a stranger to get into your medical records than your bank account. But you’d be wrong. While traditional identity theft can leave you in a tight spot, the… Read more

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Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by the editors of HealthDay: Fewer U.S. Adult Diabetics Having Annual Tests The percentage of poor and middle-income adults age 40 and over with diabetes who are having… Read more

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(HealthDay News) — If you’re typically coughing, wheezing or feeling short of breath during exercise, experts say you could have a condition called exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB). The condition causes the tubes inside your lungs to… Read more

By Peg Rosen From Ideas That Spark    My dentist was a mother of two teen boys, and I hungered to know what kind of life might lie ahead of me. What I really needed to know was this: How did she keep her teen boys talking to her? Her curious… Read more

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By Geoff DuncanProvided by Mobile broadband fiends who hopped on the Motorola Atrix and HTC Inspire from AT&T hoping to revel in the glory of full HSUPA mobile broadband have experienced a rude shock. Although the phones are able to pull in… Read more

in partnership with Wedding nightmare #43: The dance floor stays totally empty. Don’t worry — just follow these tips and it won’t happen. Set The Mood Early The cocktail hour is a good time to get the party going. Consider hiring specialty… Read more

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By Aemon MaloneProvided by The New York Times erected a paywall around nytimes.com to encourage regular visitors to enroll in one of three paid subscription plans. While reactions to the paywall have tended towards the negative, it’s hard to… Read more

in partnership with Q. We live in Hawaii, where my fiance is currently stationed, but we’re planning a wedding back in our hometown in South Carolina. We can’t afford to ship all of the wedding gifts to Hawaii after the wedding, so I’m hoping we… Read more