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Contributing columnistDuring the Nov. 12 Republican debate, several candidates channeled George W. Bush and Dick Cheney in reply to a question about waterboarding suspected terrorists. Michelle Bachmann announced to an applauding audience that “If I were president, I...
When I first married, I thought I would officially join the big-girls club after I got pregnant. A few years later, waddling and swollen, I was a big girl, but realized that club membership began after the labor pains took over. But with my newborn in...
It's July, and fall athletes are — or will soon be — beginning their pre-season conditioning. To maximize their performance and stay healthy, I'd like to share some important tips to help them dominate this fall. There are a three critical...
In 1960, Americans averaged 81/2 hours of sleep a night, and our obesity rate was around 12 percent. Today we're averaging 6 1/2 to seven hours, and our obesity rate has climbed to around 30 percent. Coincidence? No, say sleep experts. They point out...
Tags: Asthma, Health, Heart Disease, Weight, Sleep Apnea
"Is it time to Occupy Miami Beach?" a shivering Max Richmond asked another New York protester as she waited to get Vitamin C near the makeshift medical tent. They laughed and hugged for warmth. Since hundreds of anti-greed protesters descended on a park...
Q. My ninth-grader puts off and puts off doing her homework. I push her to get started all night long. However, she never starts it until almost bedtime and then I have to let her stay up late to finish it. - Homework Battle A. Homework battles are...
Q. I gave birth to our second child a few weeks ago so I'm sleep-deprived and running low on patience. In the meantime, my 3-year-old son has become another person. He has regressed with potty training; he isn't cooperating with me about anything; and...
Tags: Indianapolis, Breastfeeding
RedEye"UP ALL NIGHT" Reagan Brinkley almost had it all—a great career, fun boss, all-access to the best parties in L.A.—and a work-from-home husband, Chris, who stayed up all night partying with her. The only thing missing from Reagan's life was a...
I swear the coffee cup was nearly as big as her head. It was one of those convenience store deals. My friend had picked it up on the way to our evening meeting. Though she'd worked and taken care of her kids and home that day, she knew that when she...
When a high school student recently entered my classroom softly singing “Joy to the World,” her pleasant countenance made me smile. There’s something about fall that turns our hearts toward the home, the hearth and the holidays. Yes,...
WGNO NewsChocolate can stimulate the brain in much the same way that drugs like cocaine and amphetamines do – it’s the combination of sugar, fat, and salt that activates certain parts of the brain, increasing our desire to eat more. Some say that...
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