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  • Check your child's vaccination record

    http://www.kidsdr.com It's important to remember that not only infants and young children need vaccines. Older children (and even adults) continue to need vaccinations, and some vaccines are not given until a child is in his or her 'tween and teen years....
  • Your YouTube degree is in what?

    Business jargon can be a killer. Credits, debits and all that other big banker talk. Debentures, leveraged buyouts -- it's the language of Wall Street. Business buzzwords come and go. Indeed, it seems we've now progressed to a whole new way of...
  • Ask the Builder turns 20: My 1,000th column

    Ask the Builder turns 20: My 1,000th column
    Call the fire department and notify the EPA! There's going to be lots of smoke when we blow out the 1,000 candles on top of the Ask the Builder cake. This is the 1,000th column I've written for my syndication partners. My editor recommended that I take...
  • Treatment for rib fracture limited, but first rule out other underlying injuries

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My husband, 71, slipped on the stairs and now has a painful area on his rib cage. He has fractured a rib before and says there's no way to treat it, so he has not gone to the doctor. Is it true that nothing can be done? Does he need to...
  • Fake girlfriends, real damages

    It is with a heavy heart that I dedicate this column to my dead, fake girlfriend. Had she existed, Drucilda's dying words would have been, "Go into that office (wheeze) and write (cough, cough) like you've never written before (gurrgh)." My editors...
  • Are you short of breath?

    It may be a simple case of asthma or a serious heart condition. Here's when to report it. You take a brief walk up some stairs and find yourself straining to catch your breath. Are you developing bronchitis, or an even more serious health problem?...
  • Too many antibiotics are being prescribed!

    Are you enjoying the sounds of the holiday season? I am, but I'm also hearing coughing, sneezing and wheezing. It's also upper respiratory distress season and I'm seeing a lot of viral illnesses. At this festive time, no one wants to be sick, so...
  • The Kid's Doctor: Update all immunizations

    http://www.kidsdr.com With all of the news surrounding pertussis (whooping cough) outbreaks across the country, along with cases of measles in several states, the importance of vaccinating is paramount. Vaccines have been proven to prevent disease,...
  • TheaterWorks Explores The Elegance Of Etiquette With 'Mrs. Mannerly'

     TheaterWorks Explores The Elegance Of Etiquette With 'Mrs. Mannerly'
    Ah, if only Mrs. Mannerly were around today — and stationed at every theater lobby in America. She would not tolerate a cell phone going off, or texting or talking, or a myriad of other audience sins that have the potential of ruining a night in...
  • Week 3: Dolphins 27, Falcons 23 (W)

    Week 3: Dolphins 27, Falcons 23 (W)
    DAVIE - There is something different about this year's Miami Dolphins team, but I haven't been able to put my finger on it. It could be second-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill's steady development, or rookie kicker Caleb Sturgis' stellar consistency,...
  • Zimmerman verdict can’t give no satisfaction

     
    From Sunday's print column A Pew Research Center poll taken last weekend showed a nation divided over the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial, with 42 percent “dissatisfied” with the not guilty verdict, 39 percent “satisfied” and...