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  • Ancient dragon boating gives cancer survivors a workout

    Ancient dragon boating gives cancer survivors a workout
    If you've been in Portage Lakes State Park in Ohio recently you just might have spotted some dragons. Not the long-toothed Loch Ness kind that live under the sea, but dragon boats that glide across the water. Members of the Dragon Dream Team, all wearing...
  • Stand Up To Cancer special returns Sept. 5

    Stand Up To Cancer special returns Sept. 5
    The Stand Up To Cancer special will be back for the fourth time in September. Previous fund-raising events in 2008, 2010 and 2012 added millions to the fight against cancer, and the specials offer updates on the latest in cancer research. This year,...
  • Cottage Cafe Adds A Healthy Layer To Its Menu

    Cottage Cafe Adds A Healthy Layer To Its Menu
    It was just about a year ago that famed chef Patty Queen was diagnosed with breast cancer, underwent a double mastectomy and chemotherapy. The treatment and recovery had her thinking more than ever about her passion, food. Queen, who, with her brother...
  • Gene Farris, more than 20 years later, still deep in the house

    Gene Farris, more than 20 years later, still deep in the house
    Gene Farris is a Chicago house music legend, and over the last two decades he's travelled the world DJing as well as producing his own music, featuring a sound that has continuously pushed house music forward. This week, Farris releases his latest album,...
  • UFC fighter Sonnen fails drug test

    UFC fighter Sonnen fails drug test
    UFC light heavyweight Chael Sonnen's fight with Vitor Velfort at UFC 175 was cancelled Tuesday after a failed drug test. Sonnen was subjected to a random test last month by the Nevada State Athletic Commission that found anastrozole and clomiphene,...
  • Phil Mickelson: family man, man of people ... and never boring

    Phil Mickelson: family man, man of people ... and never boring
    The most interesting man in the world may not be that guy in the TV beer ads. It may be Phil Mickelson. Even though he is instantly identifiable in the world of sports merely as "Phil," he is certainly not just plain Phil. There is nothing plain about...
  • Race for the Cure to leave Newport

    The next Race for the Cure could be the last in Newport Beach. Officials with the Orange County affiliate of Susan G. Komen told the Newport Beach City Council this week that they are frustrated with the city's misguided priorities and plan to move...
  • The U.S. healthcare system: worst in the developed world

    The U.S. healthcare system: worst in the developed world
    The U.S. healthcare system notched another dubious honor in a new comparison of its quality to the systems of 10 other developed countries: its rank was dead last.  The new study by the Commonwealth Fund ranks the U.S. against seven wealthy European...
  • Women's health issues versus choices

    I am tired of the complaints about the Supreme Court decision regarding employers covering the cost of birth control. No employer or anyone else can decide what you can or cannot do with your body.  Women can continue to make the same decisions as they...
  • Q&A: Nigel Lythgoe and Tom Bergeron on the State of Reality TV

    Nigel Lythgoe and Tom Bergeron have never worked together before, but they joke they keep bumping into each other in the hallways at work -- both dance shows record at the same studio. We caught up with the British judge of "So You Think You Can Dance"...
  • Relay For Life Has Successful 20th Anniversary Event

    Relay For Life Has Successful 20th Anniversary Event
    The South Windsor-Rockville Relay for Life held a successful 20th annual event at South Windsor High School on June 6 and 7. Hundreds of participants turned out to support cancer research at the fun and educational 21-hour event that featured...