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  • #JoeStrong memorial: Amanda Evans invites public

    #JoeStrong memorial: Amanda Evans invites public
    Former News 13 reporter Amanda Evans invites the public to a memorial for her husband, Joe Clark, this Sunday. Doors at the Enzian in Maitland open at noon, and the event will go to 2 p.m. Clark died in November at age 31 after a long battle with...
  • Anne Arundel County health briefs

    Walk for better health Walking is the most popular form of physical activity. A Web page sponsored by the Department of Health, aahealth.org/walk, features information about walking programs, trails and tracks. Heart health February is American Heart...
  • Vegetarians who ate fish had lowest colorectal cancer risk, study says

    Vegetarians who ate fish had lowest colorectal cancer risk, study says
    Colorectal cancers kill more Americans than any other cancer except lung cancer, but a new study suggests you can reduce your risk of the disease by laying off the cheeseburgers and pastramis and opting for a large salad or broiled salmon instead. After...
  • Sam Simon dies at 59; Emmy-winning co-creator of 'The Simpsons'

    Sam Simon dies at 59; Emmy-winning co-creator of 'The Simpsons'
    Sam Simon, the acclaimed writer, director and producer who with James L. Brooks and Matt Groening developed the groundbreaking Fox TV series "The Simpsons," has died. He was 59. His death Sunday at his home in Pacific Palisades was confirmed by his...
  • 'An Honest Liar' lifts the curtain on some Amazing Randi secrets

     'An Honest Liar' lifts the curtain on some Amazing Randi secrets
    No sirens were blaring. No guns were drawn. Nobody was screaming or shouting. But in the blink of an eye, the love of the Amazing Randi's life — the man he had shared a home with for two dozen years — vanished. In 2011, federal agents...
  • The State Stole My Identity And I Want It Back

    The State Stole My Identity And I Want It Back
    My own "slight madness" (to quote playwright Eve Ensler) was birthed on Nov. 28, 1960, as a result of an event that was, as it happens, intimately connected to my birth. That day, I was adopted and the state stole my identity. That day, the Hartford...
  • Surry County boys basketball team carries on Joe Ellis' legacy 10 years after historic state championship

     Surry County boys basketball team carries on Joe Ellis' legacy 10 years after historic state championship
    The take on teenagers today is that history is what was posted to their Twitter account an hour ago. In Surry County, though, basketball players grow up with the legacy of Joe Ellis. Ten years ago this month, Ellis, Surry's longtime boys basketball...
  • Colon Cancer Alliance participating in National Dress in Blue Day

    Employees with the Florida Department of Health in Lake County hope to help raise public awareness of colon cancer by participating in the wearing of blue on Friday, while also urging others in the community to do the same. Friday is the Colon Cancer...
  • The stigma of lung cancer

    The stigma of lung cancer
    My mother has lung cancer. She never smoked. I recall the moment I heard the news. I was at work, and I immediately left my office in tears and aimlessly wandered nearby neighborhoods, unable to make sense of this new reality or my own complex range...
  • Commentary: Monitored exercise program can save life, limb

    This is the time of year when everyone takes a hard look in the mirror (or at the scale) and promises, "I'm going to begin exercising." One of the easiest ways to begin is simply by putting one foot in front of the other. Research has shown that the...
  • Is it smart to skip your annual physical?

    Is it smart to skip your annual physical?
    The poorly told truth may be the most misleading falsehood. Last year, Ezekiel Emanuel, a leading American physician, provoked national debate by suggesting that most people should not live past age 75. This month he sparked further controversy,...