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HEALTH & SCIENCE
Overcoming any of life's many crises with resiliency
The world can be a wonderful place. It can also be wildly unpredictable. In the midst of what seems to be a steady and happy period in life, an event suddenly happens that feels like a catastrophe. Full Story
Strange but True: Are cell phones making us less smart?
07/30/2015 01:26 PM EDT - A: With smartphones, multi-tasking becomes pretty much the order of the day, reports Rob Asghar on www. Full Story
Raising kids: Expert urges a return to parental intuition
07/30/2015 01:25 PM EDT - Parents should lose the flash cards, learning apps and other educational gadgets and strategies de jour, advises Stephen Camarata, a child development researcher and professor who thinks they need to rediscover their inner "parenting voice" instead. Full Story
Book review: 'Who Let the Dog Out?' satisfies to very end
07/23/2015 02:03 PM EDT - With his sharp wit and skillful courtroom tactics, lawyer Andy Carpenter continues to shine in "Who Let the Dog Out? Full Story
Landmark New York hotel can't get bike-sharing rack removed
NEW YORK (AP) — A landmark New York City hotel's bid to get rid of a bicycle-sharing rack from a space across from its entrance has been rejected. Full Story
New disc matches Elvis Presley with Royal Philharmonic
NEW YORK (AP) — A new CD scheduled for release in November will unite the music of Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on songs like "Burning Love" and "Love Me Tender. Full Story
One Direction's Louis Tomlinson forced to admit impending fatherhood
A day after band member Liam Payne confirms the news, Tomlinson acknowledges for the first time that he's going to be a dad -- after getting blindsided by question on 'Good Morning America.'