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On a beautiful May 3rd of 2013, while surrounded by family, Rodney Robert Millar did succumb to heart disease after a long and courageous battle. The son of Fred and Gladys (Jones) Millar, Rodney was born in Martin, SD on June 19, 1940. One of the...
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Frances “Mignon” (Smith) Thorson, age 99, of Sundance, Wyoming passed from this earth on Thursday, January 24, 2013 at Crook County Memorial Hospital in Sundance, Wyoming. Mignon was the fourth child of 13, born June 12, 1913, in...
The Holidays are here! With all of the cheer comes lots of extra activities and spending. Add to the mix rising food and fuel prices, layoffs and cutbacks, plunging home values, and general economic uncertainty and what we have is a recipe for a stress...
We're heading into the sweet season and soon we'll be twitching from all the sugar pumping through our veins from Halloween treats. “Sugar consumption soars in November and December,” says nutrition expert Doug Ingoldsby. “It’s...
Tags: B Vitamins, Health, Holidays, Halloween, Vitamin C
Channel Guide MagazineThe life story of Johnny Cash’s long-suffering, steel magnolia wife June Carter takes the spotlight in Monday night’s Lifetime original movie, Ring of Fire. Culled from a biography written by the couple’s son John Carter Cash and named...
Lucky Charles Ramsey! Ramsey is the Ohio man who helped free the three women and child held captive for a decade in Cleveland. Fifteen generous restaurants are offering him a free hamburger, whenever he wants, for the rest of his life. Fortunately for...
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Hearing loss is the third most common physical condition after heart disease and arthritis. Hearing aids used to be the only option for those with moderate to severe hearing loss, but now an invisible device is giving patients a new choice. Doctors...
Tags: Hearing Impairment, Arthritis
"Prolonged sitting is not what nature intended for us," says Dr. Camelia Davtyan, clinical professor of medicine and director of women's health at the UCLA Comprehensive Health Program. "The chair is out to kill us," says James Levine, an...
A man at the center of a videotaped altercation with Kern County sheriff's deputies earlier this month died from heart disease, not baton blows, authorities said Thursday. The county coroner's office labeled David Sal Silva's death accidental, adding...
Wearing pint-sized chef hats and aprons, a gaggle of elementary-schoolers looks up expectantly from picked-clean plates. "Did you guys enjoy?" their instructor asks. "Yes!" comes back a chorus of voices. "Who wants seconds?" Eyes widen and...
To hear Republicans — and some Democrats — in Congress talk, you'd think food-stamp dollars just disappear into a black hole. The prevailing debate in the Senate and House versions of the farm bill, which contains funding for food stamps...
Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood said Thursday that a man at the center of a videotaped altercation with deputies died from heart disease -- not baton blows. The county coroner’s office labeled David Sal Silva’s death accidental,...
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