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  • Got a Thumb Sucker? A CT Mom Has Solution!

    Got a Thumb Sucker?  A CT Mom Has Solution!
    Does your child suck his thumb?  It's very common:  15% of kids in the United States between the ages of 5 and 9 years partake in this habit.  Are you worried about his teeth?  Do you want him to STOP?  Well, Dr. Susan Braun, a mom and orthodontist, has...
  • Miss Winthrop Harbor talks of overcoming hurdles of speech impediment

    Miss Winthrop Harbor talks of overcoming hurdles of speech impediment
    Kelsi Goshinsky wasn't nervous about speaking in front of an audience Saturday at an event she initiated to help others overcome speech impediments. She has spent much of the past year in the public eye as Miss Winthrop Harbor 2014, but more...
  • New York marks 150th anniversary of Lincoln funeral train

    One hundred and fifty years ago Saturday, the body of President Abraham Lincoln arrived in Albany during its long trip from Washington to Illinois. The casket was taken to the old state Capitol building where mourners paid their respects through the...
  • Bulletproof opening butter coffee cafe in Santa Monica

    If you were wearing a blindfold while trying your first cup of Bulletproof Coffee, you might have trouble figuring out what makes it so different. There's a faint nuttiness to the taste, redolent of coconut. And an impossible richness that makes you...
  • NYC goal: Lift 10% out of poverty

    NYC goal: Lift 10% out of poverty
    NEW YORK — New York City aims to lift 800,000 people out of poverty's clutches within a decade — more than the total living in Charlotte, N.C., the 16th biggest city in the United States — by launching a program that has drawn both...
  • Applause, skepticism greet NYC mayor's anti-poverty plan

    New York City aims to lift 800,000 people out of poverty's clutches within a decade — nearly as many people who live in San Francisco — by launching a program that has drawn both applause for its ambition and skepticism about its feasibility....
  • For ballpark design, it could be different game in future

     For ballpark design, it could be different game in future
    Picture this. It's Opening Day 2050 and you are at Tomorrow Park cheering on your favorite team against the dreaded Cubs as they begin yet another championship defense. You peer out toward the giant video board to catch a replay of a dazzling catch,...
  • Food Babe blogger Vani Hari taking heat over health science

    As truth wars go, Vani Hari of the Food Babe blog has produced a doozy. The former management consultant turned healthy-living activist has a best-selling book and an army of supporters. And with the help of her fans, she's led numerous successful online...
  • Japanese brewery says new collagen beer will make drinker more attractive

    Japanese brewery says new collagen beer will make drinker more attractive
    A Japanese Brewery has come out with a new collagen-infused beer aimed toward women, promising them if they drink it they will become so attractive, according to Forbes. Problem is, there are so many things wrong with this claim and this beer as a...
  • UF asks: Does medical marijuana work?

    UF asks: Does medical marijuana work?
    As the state's efforts to get a non-euphoric medical marijuana oil to severely epileptic children move forward, the University of Florida is proposing a study to answer a key question: Does it even work? Dr. Paul Carney, professor at the UF Department of...
  • Pulitzer-winning music a tribute to Pennsylvania coal miners

    Julia Wolfe descended hundreds of feet underground, into a dank, dark cavern with gleaming black walls: a Pennsylvania coal mine. "You can't believe people spent all day there," Wolfe recalled Tuesday. "It was spooky, a little bit, but so fascinating,...