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  • Set yourself up for success with mindful eating

    We all complain of not having enough time — even for sitting down to a quiet meal. Instead, we often find ourselves eating in the car, at the computer, or while working. These distractions create an environment for making poor food choices, such...
  • Enjoy a cup of java at the Emmaus Library

    You arrive at the Emmaus Public Library with your morning cup of coffee and are just about to toss it in the trash outside when you see the sign: Drinks are welcome. Say what? It's true. In an effort to make the library more of a comfortable gathering...
  • What's the deal with vaccine for FIP (feline infectious peritonitis)?

    Feline heart disease (HCM) and a fatal illness called feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) are two of the most devastating diseases in cats. Either diagnosis can spiral a cat owner into a serious funk, as the outcome may not be good. Both were featured...
  • Three attorneys vying for open Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Group 30 seat

    Three attorneys vying for open Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Group 30 seat
    Three attorneys are vying for the Palm Beach County Circuit Court seat being vacated by retiring Judge Lucy Chernow Brown. Jaimie Goodman, Maxine Cheesman and Peggy Rowe-Linn are on the ballot for the Group 30 seat. Each of the three has previously tried...
  • Researchers learning more about FIP, heart disease in cats

    Researchers learning more about FIP, heart disease in cats
    Feline heart disease (HCM) and a fatal illness called feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) are two of the most devastating diseases in cats. Either diagnosis can spiral a cat owner into a serious funk, as the outcome may not be good. Both were featured...
  • After Supreme Court ruling, fewer state workers to organize

    WASHINGTON The U.S. Supreme Court's recent ruling in a case brought by home health care aides in Illinois casts doubt on labor agreements between such workers and state governments in nine other states. It also closes off or at least complicates one of...
  • Hamas drone injects new element into Arab-Israeli conflict

    Hamas drone injects new element into Arab-Israeli conflict
    The exchange of rocket fire from Palestinian militants and Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip took a new turn this week when the military wing of Hamas said it had launched drones into Israel -- one of them downed by an Israeli Patriot missile. The...
  • Five ways restaurants may be tricking you into spending more money

    Five ways restaurants may be tricking you into spending more money
    Restaurants put a lot of effort into serving you a meal, and not all of it happens back in the kitchen. According to a new list of restaurant tricks by Business Insider, from the music to the way a menu is presented, it's all part of a ploy to get...
  • In Broward Circuit Judge Group 17 race, two bring distinct experiences

    In Broward Circuit Judge Group 17 race, two bring distinct experiences
    Voters will decide on Aug. 26 whether the job, which pays about $142,000 a year, will go to Stacey Schulman, 36, of Cooper City, or Julie Shapiro-Harris, 54, of Tamarac. The two women seeking to replace retiring Broward Circuit Judge Jeffrey...
  • Is exercise work or play? Weight gain or loss depends on your answer

    Is exercise work or play? Weight gain or loss depends on your answer
    It's a common rookie mistake, but plenty of diet-and-exercise veterans make it, too: With an act of will, you muster yourself to the gym or the track, and you gut your way through an arduous workout. When you sit down to dinner or go to the break room...
  • John H. "Jack" Zink Jr., mechanical contractor

    John H. "Jack" Zink Jr., mechanical contractor
    John H. Zink Jr., a retired mechanical engineer and contractor who enjoyed playing gin rummy going to the beach, died July 3 of an apparent heart attack. He was 95. Mr. Zink was lunching and playing cards with friends at the Green Spring Club when he was...