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  • Build a bridge to better posture

    Build a bridge to better posture
    Whenever you feel tightness in your chest, shoulders and back, practice this variation of a backbend, or bridge pose. It will help release tension in your mid- and upper back as well as stretch and strengthen your hips and legs. 1. Lie back on a mat with...
  • How 'superbug' gained momentum

    How 'superbug' gained momentum
    During her years as a reporter covering the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Maryn McKenna grew accustomed to being called "Scary Disease Girl," the bearer of titillating tales of exotic ailments unlikely to...
  • Germaphobia; how clean are your hands?

    As a young mother I had the phone number to Poison Control memorized. I had a child who put pretty much everything he could get his hands on into his mouth. And since there was no Internet, I was on the phone to them constantly. I wasn't a germaphobe,...
  • Battle Creek Man Is Stabbed In Leg And Hands

    Battle Creek Man Is Stabbed In Leg And Hands
    A woman is in custody after a Battle Creek man suffered stab wounds to a leg and his hands early Saturday. At 4:40 a.m. Saturday, the Battle Creek Police Department responded to a report of a stabbing at 260 W. Manchester St. in Battle Creek. Upon...
  • Hospital employees sing for hand washing

    Hospital employees sing for hand washing
    The Northwestern Memorial Hospital's gospel choir want you to wash your hands...and they'll sing about it until you do. In an effort to get more people to wash their hands to prevent spreading germs, a group of vocally blessed hospital employees and some...
  • Tracking hospital infections

    Ten years ago, Dr. Bob Chase would have laughed if someone had told him common infections could be eliminated in hospitals' intensive care units. "I would have said that's ridiculous, not possible," he said. "As a physician, I was trained to believe...
  • Northampton quadruple homicide: 'Some people can't be fixed'

    Gloria Sieber still remembers the chilling coldness in admitted killer Michael Ballard's eyes. It was 1992, and a Lehigh County judge had asked Ballard if he had anything to say to the family of the man he stabbed to death. Ballard, then 19, had...
  • Experts Say Japanese Radiation Not Problem For Washington

    Experts Say Japanese Radiation Not  Problem For Washington
     US customs is tracking cargo from Japan, something they do all the time and it's normal to find some radiation at international ports and airports.  Officials won't say how much, if any, they've found at Sea-Tac but do say no harmful levels of...
  • Can knuckle cracking lead to arthritis?

    Can knuckle cracking lead to arthritis?
    Part of an ongoing series looking at the reality behind health claims. Claim: Over the years, renowned authorities--mothers, aunts and a mother-in-law--warned Dr. Donald Unger that knuckle cracking leads to arthritis of the fingers. Reality: For 50...
  • Local kids find a new way to fight

    Local kids find a new way to fight
    A group of local kids are taking the fight with cancer to a whole new level. With the help of a local kickboxing studio kids from Camp Quality Kansas got to knuckle up with some hands on, in-ring training. "Camp quality is all about letting kids with...
  • Chamber to host quarterly business seminar

    As the local market emerges from the recession, peer-to-peer seminars can help businesses begin to grow again, a Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce member said Wednesday. The chamber will host its next quarterly installment of the Business Solutions NOW...