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  • Natural cures for those holiday headaches

    Natural cures for those holiday headaches
    Dear Pharmacist: I'm prone to tension headaches. But during the holidays, they're constant. I take ibuprofen and sometimes hydrocodone. Can you help me? — J.R., San Jose, Calif. Dear J.R.: Tension headaches are the most common type of headache....
  • Al Michaels, Bears go way back

    Al Michaels, Bears go way back
    If circumstances play out, Al Michaels could find himself on the call for three straight Bears games. Michaels and his NBC colleagues will work the Bears-Eagles game Sunday night. There's a strong possibility NBC will be at Soldier Field on the...
  • Wells Fargo's pressure-cooker sales culture comes at a cost

    Wells Fargo branch manager Rita Murillo came to dread the phone calls. Regional bosses required hourly conferences on her Florida branch's progress toward daily quotas for opening accounts and selling customers extras such as overdraft protection....
  • If you take bone-building meds and diuretics, read this

    If you take bone-building meds and diuretics, read this
    Dear Pharmacist: I take a water pill (diuretic) for blood pressure. Now, I have to take Boniva for osteopenia. Is there a connection? What's next for me?— H.J., Ocala Dear H.J.: Oh, yes, definitely connected! Your diuretic makes you lose water...
  • 'Thor' star Chris Hemsworth's wife is pregnant with baby No. 2

    Behold, it's "Thor 2"! Well, sort of: Chris Hemsworth is expecting his second child. The "Thor: The Dark World" star — older brother to "Hunger Games" star Liam Hemsworth — and wife Elsa Pataky have another baby on the way, Us Weekly...
  • Black Girls RUN! hopes to chase away obesity

     Black Girls RUN! hopes to chase away  obesity
    Two years ago, while competing in a 5K run in Clermont, Danielle Frazier noticed a handful of runners a few paces ahead sporting T-shirts with an eye-catching catchphrase: Black Girls RUN! And that's exactly what she did, running after the ladies to...
  • Prosecutors cite heart issue in Tyrone West's cause of death

    Prosecutors cite heart issue in Tyrone West's cause of death
    Baltimore prosecutors on Tuesday said a heart condition and dehydration were factors in the death of a man being restrained by police during a July traffic stop. But the state medical examiner could not determine the degree to which the officers’...
  • Life Skill #21: Keeping a home safe for pets

    Life Skill #21:  Keeping a home safe for pets
    With the holiday season approaching comes its attendant tree trimmings of glimmering glass ornaments and tinsel so shiny it looks good enough to eat. That is, from a cat's perspective. "I've had to remove tinsel from more than one animal, and that's...
  • You can lower your risk of stroke

    Strokes don't usually come out of the blue. True, nobody can predict the precise time when a stroke will strike, and more than two dozen factors make it more likely a person will suffer a stroke. But even when family history or an underlying medical...
  • Whoa, Nellie! Keith Jackson talks Cosell, college football and cotton

    Whoa, Nellie! Keith Jackson talks Cosell, college football and cotton
    Keith Jackson has some stories, all right. Of riding his horse four miles to his rural Georgia high school. Of nights carousing with Paul "Bear" Bryant. Of the time Howard Cosell, smelling like a Russian distillery, set Jackson's pants on fire during a...
  • Mayo Clinic Medical Edge: There are different factors to consider before resuming sexual activity after a heart attack

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: How long after a heart attack do I need to wait to resume sexual activity? ANSWER: For men and women with cardiovascular disease -- no matter how young or old -- sexual activity is important to quality of life. But after a heart attack,...