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IATSE and producers reach a new deal

23 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

The union representing Hollywood's technical workers has reached an agreement with the studios on a new three-year contract.

Villaraigosa: Democrats stuck in past, Clinton in tight race

23 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, a close ally of Hillary Clinton, voiced concern Friday that the Democratic Party was “kind of stuck in last year,” saying he expected the former secretary of state to face “a very close election” for president.

Needing More Than to Be Needed

As a mother who stays at home, works at home, wipes snotty faces and does everything else at home, on any given day, finding time to shower or go to the bathroom is a struggle. When I do, it's hurried or a spectator sport at best, a crying, massive, ridiculous meltdown in the making at worst. Show More Summary

Switzerland Releases Robot Who Bought Drugs Online

23 hours agoHealth / Addiction : The Fix

After three months in custody, Mediengruppe Bitnik's drug-buying robot has been freed.

Friday night frights

It’s Friday night and there’s 47 minutes until my Scary Blog Deadline. The post I’ve been working on today won’t come together in time so I’ll blurt an old fashioned update. I keep thinking of the lovely Jen’s comment on the Phoning It In post asking if there was any reluctance to blog stemming from unpleasant comments received in the weight loss Read More

Chemicals at work taking their breath away: work-related asthma

A Massachusetts company that manufacturers industrial floatation devices for the off-shore oil/gas industry exposed its workers to toxic dust. Nine cases of work-related asthma among its employees were reported to the state health department.

Man accused of holding woman hostage for 10 years ordered to stand trial

A Bell Gardens man accused of holding hostage a 15-year-old girl who was abducted a decade ago was ordered Friday to stand trial.

Agility, Speed, Balance and Power Start With Your Feet

Every athlete, whether you are a man or women, wants to be faster than a speeding built, more powerful than a locomotive and able to move with cat like reflexes. The quicker your feet move the greater chance you have for achieving success. Show More Summary

6 Surprising Things That Could Be Making You Depressed

Post by Stephanie Booth. Scientists research depression all the time and in most cases, their findings sound like this: Neurotransmitters blah blah blah brain chemistry blah blah. But all anyone who's ever struggled with depression really...Show More Summary

21 Subtle Shifts to Live Life in the Now

When we're not being mindful, life moves by in the blink of an eye. Tendencies to overstuff our schedules, to stay plugged in as slaves to technology all hours of the day, and to constantly strive for more can and will rob us of our precious presence. Show More Summary

One Word Could Hold the Key to Health and Happiness

By: Dr. Janxin Leu, director of product innovation at HopeLab Eudaimonia: If the word is new to you, it might sound like a style of electronic dance music or a pharmaceutical. No, eudaimonia can't be downloaded from the cloud or packaged in a pill. Show More Summary

Woman’s Risky Yoga Photo Shoot On Train Tracks Draws Internet Backlash

yesterdayFitness / Yoga : YogaDork

How far are you willing to go for your Instagram yoga photos? This image popped up on Twitter bringing with it one simple question…WHY?? In case it’s difficult for you to see, or you can’t believe your eyes, there is a woman doing aShow More Summary

The Incredible Value of Gratitude At Work

When you're the boss or in a supervisory position at work, gratitude for your employees can make a real impact -- not only to your workers, but also to your bottom line. Some businesses erroneously think they can make the most profits by squeezing everything they can from employees. Show More Summary

A Message From “Paul From The Pocono’s”.

Paul Boggia Mike Magee My brother-in-law, Paul, is visiting this weekend. He’s the director of the Main Street Counseling Center in Stroudsburg, PA. If you go to his site, you will find a Mission Statement which says, in part, “It is...Show More Summary

Researchers Discover Never-Before-Seen Tick-Borne Disease

Tick-borne diseases are a major public health problem around the world. Now, just in time for spring and the explosion of ticks in forests, lawns and trails, a new study by researchers from China and the University of Maryland School of Medicine has uncovered a never-before-seen illness transmitted by ticks. Show More Summary

Holding the Tension of the Opposites

Treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has traditionally been focused upon dealing with a patient's past, dealing with those sets of stressors (e.g., combat or otherwise) that have caused tremendous effects on people who...Show More Summary

How to Make Good Decisions

When uncertain or afraid, how do we free ourselves from delay, make good decisions, and take decisive action? Three strategies... 1. Make decisions sooner: It's easier to make decisions earlier than later. For example, if you hate your job, make a decision to leave sooner. Show More Summary

Why You Should Watch the Film Cancer: the Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer

Cancer is the most feared of all illnesses. It strikes one of every two men and one of every three women during their lives. So now we have an visual experience which helps us to understand what cancer is, how it has changed, what oncologists...Show More Summary

Treatment For Eating Disorders in the South Impeded by Regional Culture

yesterdayHealth / Addiction : The Fix

Regional and religious pressures prevent those suffering from eating disorders from seeking treatment.

"I Don't Think I'll Ever Feel Like I'm Cancer-Free," Shares Cobie Smulders

yesterdayHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

When Cobie Smulders was 25, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer... but until now, the world never knew. The actress had been filming How I Met Your Mother season three when doctors discovered her frightening condition, and she spent the next two years secretly fighting a battle for her health. Show More Summary

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