| Nov 1, 2009
Some houses are heart-stopping perfect. But John Boyd's ticker skipped a beat a few years ago for another reason when he was previewing a house on behalf of a client.
It was a "pretty expensive house," said Boyd of Home Buyer's Agent in Ann Arbor, Mich....
| Dec 1, 2009
| 2:38 PM
Between the crisp, cool air and shortened days, autumn weekends seem to be made for sleeping late, followed by long, leisurely breakfasts that fill your home with the aromas of brewed coffee, fresh baked sweet breads and sizzling sausages.
| Dec 2, 2009
| 1:01 PM
Whoever said the life of a sommelier is glamorous probably had a corkscrew loose. Just ask Haley Guild Moore.
The svelte sommelier for San Francisco's upscale Spruce restaurant looks like a polished Drew Barrymore as she works the floor with a warm...
| Jul 31, 2009
| 11:44 AM
By the time a teenager graduates high school, about one out of nine of his or her peers has attempted suicide. Suicide is the third leading cause of death among young people, behind car accidents and homicide, and 10% to 12% of teens ponder suicide...
| Sep 10, 2009
Think of it as retirement reinvented. As Americans live longer and in better health, all those old retirement cliches seem evermore removed from reality. Long walks on the beach? Hitting the links? Fiddling around the house? Nope, modern retirement can be...
| Feb 15, 2010
You can practically track Steve Barkley's stress by the level of activity in his temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, the hinge joint that connects the lower jaw to the temporal bone of the skull and helps people chew, talk and yawn.
Although he didn't...
| Jan 6, 2010
| 10:53 AM
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. -- It was nine years ago that Al Courchesne took a fall trip to Tuscany and fell in love with the region's olive oil, a zesty, pungent nectar so revered that locals knock it back like vodka. Courchesne worked the harvest, plucking...
| Mar 28, 2009
Irving R. Levine, who pioneered network television coverage of economic issues during his more than 40-year career as a correspondent for NBC News, died Friday. He was 86.
Levine died of prostate cancer at a hospice in Washington, D.C., according to...
| Feb 28, 2010
| 10:22 PM
Gun owners are exercising and advertising their rights to pack heat while ordering a Frappuccino in Starbucks.
One man, Dale Welch, recently walked into a Starbucks in Virginia with a handgun holstered at his hip, and while some customers gave him looks,...