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  • Charlie Crist sweeps through So. Fla. to sign autism insurance bill

     
    Gov. Charlie Crist will come to South Florida Tuesday for a statewide, three-stop tour to promote his signing of a bill to mandate coverage for treatments of autistic children. He'll be at Mailman Segal Institute for Early Childhood Studies at......
  • The Skinny interview: Half-Assed author Jennette Fulda

     
    We sat down and talked with (OK, e-mailed) blogger/author Jennette Fulda about her new book Half-Assed: A Weight-Loss Memoir, which spun off from her writings on her blog Half of Me: How did you get the book deal? Is it......
  • Weigh to Go Wednesday: Sissy dropped 215 pounds

     
    Every Monday, Joy Bauer inducts another person into her Joy Fit Club on the Today show. The only requirement is that the person lost the weight without surgery. And this week Sissy Lusk showed how she lost 215 pounds with......
  • McCain releases medical records today

     
    by Jill Zuckman and updated with health records On last weekend's season finale of "Saturday Night Live," Sen. John McCain, the presumptive Republican nominee, asked and answered a question with mock solemnity. "What should we be looking for in our......
  • The key to happiness and weight loss is the same

     
    Quote, heard on Tuesday, on my favorite radio feature of all time, the Writer's Almanac, read by Garrison Keillor. "All happiness depends on courage and work." So said the novelist and short-story writer Honor?? de Balzac, whose birthday was Tuesday.........
  • The Skinny cookout

     
    So you've got your healthy lean protein to throw on the grill -- chicken breasts, fish steaks, buffalo, veggie burgers -- now, what else do you do? We've got some ideas: Dilly Baby Red Potato Salad is from Prevention magazine......
  • Huge spike in troops diagnosed with PTSD

     
    by Aamer Madhani Nearly 14,000 U.S. service members who had previously served in Iraq and Afghanistan were newly diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder last year, according to statistics released today by Army Surgeon General Eric Schoomaker. The...
  • Memorial Day: Allied honor, apart on war

     
    by Mark Silva Finally, something that all the candidates can agree upon: Memorial Day. Their salutes today to those who have served and sacrificed for the nation, and to those who are serving today, follow a common thread. Yet Republican......
  • 6 diet experts in 1 magazine

     
    The June issue of Allure is all about sexy bodies, the best self tanners, Jessica Alba, and hot bikinis worn with 4-inch heels. Why do I purchase these magazines? But, hey, they also have a packed-with-smart-info three-page article (that's a......
  • Obama health: Nicorette and jogging

     
    What a difference a quarter century (and a stint as a prisoner of war) makes! On Friday, McCain released his health records -- all 1137 pages of them, detailing a history of various cancerous melanomas, arthritis, prostate problems and......
  • Obama releases doctor's letter

     
    by John McCormick In a letter released today by his campaign, Sen. Barack Obama's primary care physician said the presidential candidate has been in "excellent health" during the 21 years that he has been a patient. "Sen. Barack Obama is......