With a growing concern about the use of opioids, I recalled a Chronicle program from a few years ago in which Dr. Carolyn Bernstein explains other types of therapies that can help mitigate the pain and distress of migraine headaches. Here's the link to this short segment.
zic squeaked. And got promoted. So allow me to re-introduce myself. I'm zic (or maybe rzic), and I've joined the team. The powers that be (that would be Tod) assure me it's not an affirmative action promotion. I'll write, you decide...
Shakeups on the offensive line led to a slow start for the New England Patriots offense in 2014, and it appears the Patriots will be going through some more growing pains in the 2015 season. Tackles Nate Solder and Sebastian VollmerShow More Summary
Active Child’s first single off his new album Mercy is the fragile “1999.” Accordingly it deals in memory, nostalgia and all the sweet pain that accompanies growing up. His next, “Stranger,” occupies a completely different realm. It bears all of Pat Grossi’s fingerprints — pillowy synths, gorgeous falsetto, unexpected swathes of harp — but it […]
While the big club continues its hot play—winners of eight of its past 11 ballgames—the lower levels are delivering mixed results. The Los Angeles Angels' top 10 prospects have had growing pains, as expected. They've also battled through a few stints on the disabled list this month and changing tides at the plate. Show More Summary
(Jim Benton) If you think this is what it would be like, make sure that you never vocalize those thoughts. The pains of childbirth will be the least of your rapidly growing collection. Just be patient and complain about being bored while waiting for the baby to be born.
I think we all remember Alan Thicke fondly as Dr. Jason Seaver, consummate sitcom dad on 1980's TV hit Growing Pains. Well, that innocent memory is about to be tarnished forever as you will now only see him as a gross, old dude getting his bone on while listening to his son croon sexily in the background. Show More Summary
Sounds like someone's got some "growing pains" in his pants.
Post by Jacqueline Burt Cote. I'm sorry to have to tell you this, because it will probably ruin any good memories you have of Growing Pains (and quite possibly your entire day), but former TV dad Alan Thicke has made a shocking revelation...Show More Summary
In an interview with Us magazine, Tanya Callau, the 40-year-old wife of Alan Thicke -- the star of Growing Pains and born game-show host -- admitted that when she and her husband make the sex, they like to listen to...
It's hard to feel sorry for Robin Thicke, but no child should have to think about his parents getting it on, let alone doing it to his own music. While visiting Us Weekly's offices in New York City, former "Growing Pains" star Alan Thicke...Show More Summary
In drought-ridden California, 80% of managed water supplies are used for agriculture.You might think that California must consider severe cuts in agricultural production to conserve water. That would be painful, because agriculture is important to California. Show More Summary
The multi-million dollar “Blurred Lines” lawsuit left most of the music industry spinning, and plenty of people have given their two cents on the matter. Unsurprisingly, former Growing Pains star and Robin Thicke’s dad Alan Thicke disagrees with the ruling against his son. In an interview about his new show Unusually Thicke, Alan said of […]
Alan Thicke calls his "Growing Pains" co-star Joanna Kerns, "one of my great wives," but the leading lady only got the chance to fill that role onscreen, despite a flirtation between the actors off set. "When 'Growing Pains' started, she had just been cancelled from a show and divorced. Show More Summary
Categories: Cloud, Guest Post Tags: Guest Posts, NPI, Technology Spend Matters welcomes another guest post by Jeff Muscarella, Partner, IT and Telecommunications at NPI, a spend management consultancy, focused on eliminating overspending on IT, telecom and shipping. Show More Summary
Short answer, YES. It can’t and won’t happen overnight, and there will be some growing pains. And no, a degree doesn’t make you a better clinical provider. But it does raise the bar for entry into our profession, which will hopefully lead to better seed corn for future crops of medics. It lends us legitimacy...
Hearthstone is going through the growing pains of a collectible card game. Unlike established CCGs like Magic: The Gathering, Hearthstone still has relatively few cards (566 to MTG’s 14,963) and thus few (competitive) deck possibilities. That’s…
The Tennessee Titans had a rough year in 2014. The team was bogged down by injury, had some growing pains transitioning to a new offense and defense and just didn't pull through when it needed to. After all, you don't get the secondShow More Summary
Just in time for the newest Emoji update, the #RichKids of Beverly Hills are back with more growing pains within life-long friendships, jaw-dropping travels with no need for a filter, Instagramable fashions,
Ben Kaufman, the brash young founder of crowdsourced-products company Quirky, is facing the first major test of his tenure as an entrepreneur.