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American Heart Association

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  • The Wednesday wrap-up: Jennifer Aniston ... strapless gowns ... Jane Fonda ... Natalie Wood

    "SOMETIMES I have trouble catching my breath. Maybe when God breathed life into all of us, he didn't breathe enough into me." That's Natalie Wood, in "This Property is Condemned," uttering a very Tennessee Williams-like line, to Robert Redford. In fact,...
  • Pizza Hut launches gluten-free pizzas this month

    Pizza Hut launches gluten-free pizzas this month
    Pizza Hut, the world’s largest pizza company, is jumping on the gluten-free bandwagon by launching two new gluten-free pizzas on Jan. 26.  Unlike Domino’s gluten-free pizza option, which the company does not guarantee to be completely,...
  • Roundup | Monday, Jan. 12

    Roundup | Monday, Jan. 12
    BOYS BASKETBALL Notes: Oswego shows heart to battle disease The beat goes on this week at Oswego, where basketball is more than a game. Friday’s home date with Minooka has been designated American Heart Association Red Out Game, with fans being...
  • Boys basketball notes: Oswego shows heart to battle disease

    The beat goes on this week at Oswego, where basketball is more than a game. Friday’s home date with Minooka has been designated American Heart Association Red Out Game, with fans being asked to wear red. T-shirts commemorating the event will be...
  • Too many people take aspirin to prevent heart attacks, stroke, study says

    Too many people take aspirin to prevent heart attacks, stroke, study says
    Aspirin is a popular drug for people who’ve never had a heart attack or stroke and would like to keep it that way. But for more than one in 10 people who do so, aspirin could do more harm than good, a new study suggests. Among 68,808 patients...
  • Delray Beach gives initial OK to indoor e-cigarette ban

    Delray Beach gives initial OK to indoor e-cigarette ban
    Folks who want to smoke an electronic cigarette in Delray Beach likely will have to light up outdoors. Commissioners have given preliminary approval to a new rule that would ban the use of e-cigarettes where smoking regular cigarettes is already...
  • Delray considers proposal banning indoor use of electronic cigarettes

    Delray considers proposal banning indoor use of electronic cigarettes
    100 NW 1st Avenue Delray Beach, FL 33444 It may not matter whether folks are lighting up to smoke with a match or electronically indoors in Delray Beach. Tuesday, commissioners will consider giving preliminary approval to a new rule that would ban the...
  • Simple test at Riverside Wellness and Fitness Center helps take guesswork out of dieting

    Simple test at Riverside Wellness and Fitness Center helps take guesswork out of dieting
    What if there were a way to take the guesswork out of dieting? If you could pinpoint exactly how many calories you need to maintain a healthy weight? What if you discovered you could eat more in order to lose pounds? Health professionals at Riverside...
  • All science is not equal

    All science is not equal
    Science has come a long way from the days when we believed the universe revolved around the Earth, lobotomies were the best treatment for depression and germs didn't exist. But while you probably won't read any studies of alchemy or bloodletting in...
  • Cancer, heart disease, stroke deaths down, life span stays put

    Heart disease and cancer, which cause of deaths of half of Americans who die each year, continued to loosen their deadly grip in 2013, while rates of deaths attributed to flu and pneumonia surged, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention said this...
  • The Year in Health: Key developments will have a lasting impact

    The year 2014 was filled with important health discoveries and developments. Here's what got our attention and will likely affect many of us in the future. IMPORTANT FINDINGS Two studies in 2014 took concepts we already knew about to a new level. One, a...