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Aug 31,2007
If you love to cook and love to eat, the renowned Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., has an event planned for the weekend of Oct. 25-28 that you won't want to miss.   FOOD GETAWAY - Special speakers and chefs will be sharing their cooking expertise at the renowned Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., from Oct. 25-28. CNS Photo. Special speakers and chefs will be sharing their knowledge in cooking classes and demonstrations ... [full story]
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Aug 31,2007
Q: Our daughter has been complaining that her three children - all younger than 16 - are not getting along. She says their attitude is driving her crazy. We've tried to help with advice based on our experiences, but it doesn't seem to be working. What can we suggest that might be beneficial? A: Competition and jealousy are normal in all families. Issues such as brother versus sister, who makes better grades, parents paying more ... [full story]
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Aug 31,2007
Carol and Bert Breithofer thought they had finally found a way to gently push their reluctant 20-something son out of the nest. They moved. Bert, who was living in Washington, got a new job in Philadelphia. But their son, Sam, a University of Maryland graduate who moved back home shortly after graduation, announced that, guess what, he was moving to Philly so he could continue to live with beloved Mom and Dad. In fact, about ... [full story]
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Aug 24,2007
Q: Some of our well-meaning friends have scared us about the possibility that our three cats might cause our unborn baby to be abnormal because of a parasitic disease called toxoplasmosis. My physician has not mentioned this disease and has not even asked whether or not we have pets. Are we worrying overtime? We dearly love our cats; however, we would never knowingly do anything that might cause risk to our unborn baby. A: You ... [full story]
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Aug 24,2007
When we realized Mom's end was near, I asked her if she'd send me a sign from the next world to say she was OK. She promised she'd try. Now, on the anniversary of her death, I think I've received that sign. This semester I'm teaching a course on Writing Your Life Story for San Diego Community College Continuing Ed. At my first session, I asked the students to share something interesting about themselves. One ... [full story]
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Aug 24,2007
Jo Frost comes across as one tough cookie when she's laying down the law for children - and their parents - on ABC's hit series "Supernanny." Off camera, she literally lets her hair down from that British bun. That's what she's doing right now, strolling barefoot in the sand of a Southern California beach with her hair let down.   SUPER NANNY - Jo Frost enjoys a walk in the surf at Carlsbad, Calif., during a ... [full story]
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Aug 24,2007
Eighty-six miles east of Aruba, the Dutch Caribbean island Bonaire sits in year-round sunshine, surrounded by beautiful coral reefs, and swarms of fish swimming in the clear, calm water.   PERFECT PLACE FOR A STROLL - The Kralendijk waterfront is lined with shopping malls, supermarkets, and restaurants that offer many options for the wandering visitor on an evening stroll. CNS Photo.    BEAUTIFUL BONAIR - Boats mooring on Bonaire's waterfront set a beautiful background. Tourists have their choice ... [full story]
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Aug 24,2007
Q: As a 72-year-old lively widow I realize I am slipping a little mentally. Some mornings when I awake I don't remember what day it is and what my schedule is, if any. I never share my confusion with my family because I don't want them to learn I am going a little "gaga." They would probably threaten to take my car keys. How do others mask their aging? A: We all try to hide, ... [full story]
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Aug 23,2007
I suppose I could call myself a pioneer purveyor of sensationalism, having spent my salad days as a young reporter in the 1970s writing for a long-since departed tabloid, the Washington Daily News. Those were the days when newspapers didn't have to worry about being out-sensationalized by the Internet or bloggers or even by TV, just beginning to plunge into gossip. The Daily News, whose motto was "Give light and the people will find the ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
Living on Social Security is difficult.   It requires fiscal restraint.  It requires budgeting.  “It’s been tough,” said a 78-year-old Oregon man who called the senior legal helpline.  “Our sole income is Social Security, which is $890 per month.  We’ve always prided ourselves in being self-reliant.  But now the hospital bill collectors are after us.  “I told the hospital before the surgery that we could only pay $42 per month on my Medicare deductible and if ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
Q: We have three outdoor cats that live in our barn with our other critters. They are great "mousers" and seem to generally be in good health most of the time. They are very tame and enjoy being around people. These three cats have recurring problems with ear infections. The ears contain a lot of bad smelling dark stuff and the cats scratch a lot at their ears. It seems like the cats are passing ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
If you have teens or preteens in your house, it probably comes as no surprise that summer means more time to spend online. What may come as a surprise is how they spend some of that time.   CYBERBULLYING - According to one survey, about one-third of all teenagers who use the Internet say they have been targets of a range of annoying and potentially menacing online activities. CNS Photo courtesy of Virginia Beutler. "About one-third of ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
White sandy beaches, warm water and sunny skies begin to call vacationers to the Caribbean as the fall arrives and temperatures cool in North America. St. Kitts is a pristine island with all the attractions of a luxurious Caribbean paradise without the crowds and pollution. This year new package deals called "Fall in Love with St. Kitts" are being offered to prospective guests. Stay four nights in a beachfront hotel or a beautiful plantation home ... [full story]
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