RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Adults

A collection of news and information related to Adults published by this site and its partners.

Top Adults Articles

Displaying items 23-33
  • Protection with a price

    Sunscreen can help prevent those painful episodes of childhood sunburn, a risk factor for skin cancer later in life. But although sunscreen is recommended for infants older than six months by everyone from the National Institutes of Health to the American...
  • Whooping cough still with us, still dangerous

    Whooping cough still with us, still dangerous
    Two days after her second son, Dylan, was born in 2005, Mariah Bianchi let out yet another deep-chested cough, this time in the hospital, where she was recovering from the delivery. She had been coughing for two weeks; she had coughed so badly that her...
  • Exercise lowers blood pressure in kids, adults

    Exercise lowers blood pressure in kids, adults
    More and more kids are being diagnosed with what was once thought to be an almost exclusively adult malady: high blood pressure. These children join the large contingent of American adults — estimated to be 25 percent of the population — who...
  • Get Fit Without Touching the Ground

    Get Fit Without Touching the Ground
    Jennifer McCarthy was one of the first people to sign up when Bumbershoot, an aerial arts studio, opened last October in the old Polar Wave Ice and Fuel Co. warehouse. The south St. Louis studio, full of high-flying apparatus, is also home to a bakery...
  • ‘Splash’ from PB&J Theatre Factory opens at UCF

     
    Ah, summer vacation. Time to pack up and hit the road. That's what comic acting troupe PB&J Theatre Factory is doing this summer with its new show, Splash, a summer beach-party romp. The show at University of Central Florida's small black-box theate...
  • Circumcision push starts in Africa

    Circumcision push starts in Africa
    Circumcision programs are slowly beginning to be rolled out in sub-Saharan Africa in hopes of reducing the toll of HIV infections in the area, researchers said at the International AIDS Conference in Vienna. Some predicted that more than 4 million new HIV...
  • Orlando Philharmonic’s Sounds of Summer Series starts Monday with Vienna Roast

     
    The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra kicks off its  Sounds of Summer Series at 7 p.m. Monday with a program titled Vienna Roast. The concert will be in the Margeson Theater in the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 E. Rollins St., Orlando. Vienna Roast...
  • Turner Broadcasting tries to make peace with Tyler Perry

     
    Turner Broadcasting is trying to avoid a house of pain with producer Tyler Perry. Perry, who has two shows on Turner's TBS cable channel ("House of Payne" and "Meet the Browns") was furious about a recent episode of the animated......
  • Half of adults experience work gaps or pay cuts during recession

     
    Although the country's unemployment rate has hovered around 10% during the economic slowdown, more than half of adults have suffered a spell of unemployment or a cut in pay since the recession began 30 months ago, according to a report......
  • L.A. County: Where the smokers are [Updated]

     
    When it comes to smoking in Los Angeles County, a new public health report released Tuesday found deep disparities depending on education, affluence, race and gender. Nearly a quarter of adults in Quartz Hill -- 21.9% -- are smokers, followed......
  • Fox's Tony Sella on 'Knight and Day': 'Blame me, not Tom Cruise'

     
    When it comes to surviving the nasty world of Washington politics, people have often said that if you want a friend, get a dog. The same goes in Hollywood, especially when your movie has crashed and burned at the box......