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  • Peninsula residents, ignore flu shot at your own peril

    Peninsula residents, ignore flu shot at your own peril
    Peninsula residents have no excuse not to get the flu shot if they haven't already done so. Early this week, Dr. Nzinga Teule-Hekima, currently health director for both the Peninsula and Hampton health departments, announced that the district's...
  • Md. regulators hear arguments in BGE rate case

    Md. regulators hear arguments in BGE rate case
    State regulators are now deep into the details of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s request for higher rates, a case expected to wrap up by the end of the year — 10 months after the last increase went into effect. The Maryland Public Service...
  • Quarter of motorists report being drowsy behind the wheel

    Quarter of motorists report being drowsy behind the wheel
    More than a quarter of drivers reported "being so tired they had a difficult time keeping their eyes open" while recently behind the wheel, despite the fact that most consider the practice "somewhat or completely unacceptable," according to a new study by...
  • CMA Awards: George Strait nabs 3rd entertainer of the year honor

    CMA Awards: George Strait nabs 3rd entertainer of the year honor
    This post has been updated. See note below for details. Country music has never been short on sentimentality, the emotion that carried veteran singer George Strait to his thirdentertainer of the year honor at the 47th annual CMA Awards in Nashville....
  • Women report complications from Essure birth control

    Women report complications from Essure birth control
    Angie Derry knew that her Essure implants were designed to remain inside her body forever. But two years after a doctor inserted the tiny coils into her fallopian tubes to prevent pregnancy, the Rockford mother wants them removed. Derry, 35, isn't...
  • Rich Carole King story, told in the confines of a jukebox

    Rich Carole King story, told in the confines of a jukebox
    NEW YORK — Early in "Beautiful," the new Carole King musical on Broadway, the prodigious but perennially insecure title character is desperately trying to sell the song "It Might as Well Rain Until September" just by banging it out on the piano....
  • Do "energy boosters" really work?

    Harvard Health Blog Stroll the aisles of any pharmacy or "health food" store and you'll see a multitude of herbs and other supplements that claim to boost energy. Soft drinks and so-called energy drinks include these products. Yet there's little or no...
  • Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer wins Hart Soccer Showcase

    NEWHALL — Sameen Islam knew exactly where to go when he saw teammate Tony Royer out wide to his left in the second golden goal period of Crescenta Valley High's Hart Soccer Showcase championship match against host Hart. Inside the six-yard box,...
  • Ducks take 15-3-1 record on the road, and 'it could be a grind'

     Ducks take 15-3-1 record on the road, and 'it could be a grind'
    As much as was made about the difficulty of the Ducks' eight-game trip, the four-game stretch that starts Tuesday in Florida is potentially the real trap. "It could be a grind," Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau said. Though the Ducks' journey begins in rare...
  • A Closer Look At Hartford's 63-53 Victory Over Fairfield

    Newcomer Yasin Kolo, a sophomore transfer from East Carolina, had a career-high 20 points and Mark Nwakamma had 17 points and 11 rebounds as Hartford defeated Fairfield 63-53 Wednesday night in Bridgeport. Hartford's two big men also made three three-...
  • Cardiologists recommend wider use of statin drugs

    Dramatically escalating the fight against heart attacks and strokes, the nation's cardiologists have rewritten the guidebook on how Americans should be treated with statins and unveiled a plan that could double the number of patients taking the...