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Lake Worth's Amanda Pagac was the youngest performer during the recent Level 8 state gymnastics competition in Lutz, but she didn't let that stop her from winning the all-around championship in her division. The 9-year-old Pagac, who competes for the...
This summer, teenagers will canvass in support of politicians, help nurses in hospitals or tweet as part of a company's social media effort. They're still in high school but they are working unpaid internships — sometimes even paying thousands of...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Boys who are diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in elementary school are more likely to grow up to be obese adults than those who don't have the condition, a new study suggests. Researchers surveyed...
The Columbus DispatchWhen most people listen to an orchestra, they hear the violins playing the melody. Not George Barrett, CEO of Cardinal Health. "When musicians listen to a piece of music, they hear the inner lines, they hear the viola supporting the harmony, the...
Miami HeraldSo you've just finished your workout at a very nice Miami Beach gym. You're in the shower. The curtain is drawn. It's a setting that comes with certain expectations. Like, say, privacy. Like, say, no gun play. You don't expect an armed thug decked out...
Reuters(Repeats with no change) By Joan Biskupic and David Ingram WASHINGTON, May 15 (Reuters) - He may have been the first African-American president of the Harvard Law Review and taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago. He may have written a...
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Portland Press Herald, MaineRoberta Zuckerman and her husband wanted badly to have a second child. After miscarrying, she went through fertility treatments. She got pregnant and was ecstatic. Then she learned that the fetus had trisomy 13, a chromosomal abnormality that meant...
Zoey Reager, daughter of Wyndham Reager and Nicole Belmonte of Petoskey, was recently selected as the 2013 recipient of the Bay View Woman's Council Petoskey High School Senior Girl Scholarship. The intent of the council's $1,000 scholarship is to...
If the horrific garment factory collapse last month in Bangladesh has any silver lining, it is the response from more than 30 of the world's leading apparel companies — including Benetton, PVH, Abercrombie & Fitch, H&M, Inditex (Zara), Marks &...
HealthNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is making headlines for his recent lap-band stomach surgery, which could help the overweight politician lose up to 100 pounds—if he changes his ways. The fact that his name features prominently on the news is good news...
New Haven Register, Conn.Yale-New Haven Hospital is among the highest-cost hospitals in Connecticut for a reason: The charges it sets for for procedures such as a hip replacement include other, unrelated costs the hospital incurs. Vincent Petrini, senior vice president for...
Herbert Blau, an influential theater director, theorist and scholar who helped shape CalArts during its early years, died at his home in Seattle on May 3, his 87th birthday. He had cancer, according to the Seattle Times. The Brooklyn, N.Y.-born...
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