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  • In favor of food trucks, random acts of flowers

    Welcome to the lazy hazy days of summer. It's July, nothing but a continued docket of swimming, sunning, playing and sleeping in for the next few weeks. That's why today we'll take the lazy approach also, keeping it simple by discussing a few Loose Ends....
  • Growing herbs, for a healthy body, mind and spirit

    Growing herbs, for a healthy body, mind and spirit
    Herbs are fun and easy to grow, and not only can gardening keep you happy, but the herbs can help keep you healthy too. When you think about growing herbs, you might imagine a basil Caprese salad or rosemary sprinkled on roasted potatoes. But did you...
  • Fitness trackers are hot, but do they really help?

    Fitness trackers are hot, but do they really help?
    Sales of fitness trackers are climbing, and the biggest maker of the gadgets, Fitbit, made a splashy debut on the stock market Thursday. But will the devices really help you get healthier? Experts agree that getting people to set goals — and then...
  • Ohio teenager stricken with cancer cherishes prom night with Cavs cult hero Dellavedova

    When the Cavaliers' Matthew Dellavedova was accused of dirty tactics in the NBA playoffs, 17-year-old Jackie Custer of Canton, Ohio, took it personally. Because she knew better. The Cavs' new cult hero was her escort on March 28 at "A Prom to Remember,"...
  • Newport News family practitioner launches personalized medical practice

    Newport News family practitioner launches personalized medical practice
    After almost 30 years at Oyster Point Family Practice in Newport News, board-certified family practitioner J. Drew O'Neal knows what's important to him and his patients. "Time is what matters. Doctors don't have the time to do what they want. They...
  • Marla Ridenour: Cavs owner Gilbert needs to end chatter about Blatt's future as coach

    INDEPENDENCE, Ohio I want the speculation about David Blatt's future to be over. I want Blatt's declaration Thursday that he "absolutely" intends to stay and coach the Cavaliers next season and general manger David Griffin's continued support of Blatt to...
  • Cavs coach says bond with LeBron 'more than meets the eye'

    Even after guiding a team wrecked by injuries to the NBA Finals in his first season, Cleveland Cavaliers coach David Blatt can't escape a narrative that's shadowed him for months. His relationship with superstar LeBron James remains a trendy, touchy...
  • How to breathe: Physician and yoga teacher on getting it right

    How to breathe: Physician and yoga teacher on getting it right
    Breathing is simple, right? We all do it, a dozen times a minute, at least. Even a newborn baby can do it. But that most basic of human processes can be improved upon, so we get more out of it. "Breathing well, in my view, is using your lungs to their...
  • Cavs guard Dellavedova set for Game 4 after hospitalization

    Cavaliers guard Matthew Dellavedova says he's recovered after being hospitalized for dehydration and will not have his minutes restricted in Game 4 of the NBA Finals. Dellavedova has been stretching, adding fluids, eating properly and getting massages...
  • Elise's corner: Parents seek hope for daughter, 3, a victim of Alexander disease

    AKRON, Ohio With her bright blue eyes and infectious smile, Elise Bonsky seems like a typical, playful 3-year-old little girl. But her parents saw subtle, troubling signs from the time she was a baby. When Elise woke up from naps, she'd often stare with...
  • Adult diseases can strike children because of poor diet and obesity

    Adult diseases can strike children because of poor diet and obesity
    Once seen only among an older population, adult diseases such as fatty liver disease, hypertension and osteoporosis are being diagnosed more and more in children. And you can add to that sleep apnea, Type 2 diabetes and high cholesterol levels. The...