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  • Biblioracle: Bring 'Geek Love' to the big screen

    Biblioracle: Bring 'Geek Love' to the big screen
    In general, I like to keep my books and my movies separate. When I finish a book and clutch it to my breast in a final loving embrace, I am not fantasizing about how the characters and conflict will play out on screen, since I've already had it play out...
  • View from Ohio: Only Hall of Shame for Modell

    The Browns were born in 1946, the year after the end of World War II. Veterans were returning home, and what did the Browns do but play for a championship 10 years in a row — four in the All-American Conference and six in the NFL. This was...
  • Eating your way to heart health

    Eating your way to heart health
    Famed heart surgeon Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. has long rallied against the overuse of stents, cholesterol drugs and other conventional heart disease treatments. His solution? A diet rich in green, leafy vegetables. Doctors generally agree that a healthy diet...
  • Frankel uses break from Congress to explore constituents' concerns

    Frankel uses break from Congress to explore constituents' concerns
    An hour for a crash course on hospital economics. Another hour learning what South Florida's ports and the tourism industry need to thrive. The time to listen to a high school freshman describe how he was harassed because of his sexual orientation. Name...
  • Months after victory, Lois Frankel back on campaign style marathon

    Months after victory, Lois Frankel back on campaign style marathon
    An hour for a crash course on hospital economics. Another hour learning what South Florida’s ports and the tourism industry need to thrive. The time to listen to a high school freshman describe how he was harassed because of his sexual orientation....
  • Health & Fitness Guide 2013: How to Stop Overeating

    Health & Fitness Guide 2013: How to Stop Overeating
    You've had a bad day at work. Or maybe someone cut you off in traffic. Or perhaps you found a handful of bills in the mailbox. Whatever the case, you walk through the front door and head straight for the freezer and devour a carton of frozen goodies to...
  • Daylight savings tied to bump in heart attack rates

    Daylight savings tied to bump in heart attack rates
    (Reuters) - Setting the clock ahead for daylight savings time may set the scene for a small increase in heart attacks the next day, according to a U.S. study - which suggests that sleep deprivation may be to blame. Researchers at two hospitals in the U....
  • The skinny on diet sodas

    The skinny on diet sodas
    If sugary sodas are as bad for you as nutritionists and, increasingly, local officials nationwide insist, it stands to reason a drink containing a sugar substitute might be better for you, right? Not so fast! Studies of diet soda's health impact are...
  • The Doctor's Corner: An early start on treating menopause

    This is the first of a two-part series updating women of all ages on the use of hormones. It is a pleasure to be back putting pencil to paper with good news for women going through "the change." A Global Consensus Statement, hot off the press in the...
  • Paper perfect: Fort Lauderdale artist puts knife to paper for her creations

    Paper perfect: Fort Lauderdale artist puts knife to paper for her creations
    Christina Lihan builds South Florida hotels, houses and skyscrapers without ever having to break ground. She uses thick watercolor paper and Exacto knives to create multidimensional, cut paper sculptures of cityscapes and European buildings —...
  • Dr. Paul Lietman

    Dr. Paul Lietman
    Dr. Paul S. Lietman, a retired Johns Hopkins professor of medicine, pharmacology, molecular sciences and pediatrics, died of congestive heart failure April 20 at his Ruxton home. He was 79. "He was a gifted educator and was beloved by generations of...