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  • Try this, not that: substitutions to stay healthy

     
    I grew up in the South, and like any true Southerner, I like to eat fried chicken and barbeque, dress my sandwiches with mayonnaise, dip a lot of things in ranch and I cook with butter – lots of butter. I grew up eating the tastiest food, the kind...
  • Opening Day lineup minus Utley wouldn't be a surprise

     
    If the Phillies would have been honest from the beginning, maybe this wouldn't be such a big deal right now to fans and the media. But because they called it general soreness in the days leading up to Chase Utley......
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield members can visit Mayo Clinic, starting in April

     
    Are you insured by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida's PPO plan? If so, then — starting on April 1 — you may¬†visit the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville as an in-network provider. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida¬† and Mayo Clinic in Florida...
  • RPOF chair diagnosed with ALS

     
    Republican Party of Florida Chairman David Bitner has been diagnosed with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, he announced Friday. Bitner, who took the helm of the RPOF in January, formally announced the diagnosis at a press conference at party...
  • Brock Lesnar forced out of UFC 131 because of diverticulitis

     
    Brock Lesnar is suffering from diverticulitis again and has withdrawn from his fight against Junior dos Santos at UFC 131 on June 11. "I dodged a bullet about two years ago with diverticulitis by not having the surgery," Lesnar said......
  • Circumcision debate: The medical and religious arguments against the anti-circumcision measure

     
    Both the editorial and Op-Ed pages have weighed in on the measure that would ban male circumcision in San Francisco if passed in November. Here are excerpts from two arguments against the proposition: The religious perspective: Still, there's something...
  • Despite surgery, Brock Lesnar is prepared for his 2012 return to UFC

     
    Former Ultimate Fighting Championship heavyweight champ Brock Lesnar could've given the organization one of its richest pay-per-views to date Saturday in Vancouver. Not only is the ex-WWE star the UFC's biggest draw, he spent a full season hyping the...
  • Lindsay Lohan: It was Kombucha tea, not cocktails

     
    Lindsay Lohan is saying Kombucha tea, not booze, was behind a positive test for alcohol use that sent her to court but didn't send her to jail. Lindsay Lohan invoked Kombucha tea earlier this year when her probation report was rumored to contain mention...
  • U.S. Open: Venus Williams reveals she has an autoimmune disease

     
    Venus Williams as Sjogren's Syndrome....
  • A little germ-fighting reminder

     
    The health news wires brought us this lovely bit of news about doorknobs being "reservoirs" of drug resistant staph bacteria earlier this week. (Don't go crashing through your doors -- you need a person with the infection living there.) And over the...
  • Teenagers and sleep: Another thing parents do wrong

     
    It's a new school year, so the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is fretting about ... flu? Alcohol abuse? Nope, this time the agency is worried about lack of sleep among teenagers. About 70% aren't getting the recommended......