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Recently, Dr. Barbara Howard had a column in Pediatric News in which she discusses the crying infant. Crying is a natural way that babies were made to get the attention of their adult caregivers, but that doesn’t mean it’s not stressful. Learning to handle crying can be tense, frustrating an…

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Is there any more welcome sign of spring than seeing little green sprouts? Not the botanical kind, but girls selling boxes—and cases—of Girl Scout cookies.

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Childhood sexual abuse victims carry the scars of that abuse for the rest of their lives. A study has found that regions of DNA are “marked” in abuse victims, potentially opening the door for tests that could be used to identify victims. These marks could also be passed on to children of abu…

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Is the diet your on actually healthy? Is what’s on your plate really a super food? There’s a lot of information about nutrition, but how do you know if it’s a fact or fad?

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If you like the movies — and you like watching them outside — then make sure you bundle up the family, significant other, or friends and get ready to enjoy Movie Nite on The Strand, which kicks off Saturday.

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Q. The Great Symphony is great in many ways, including length. There are so many moments of lovely melody. It seems like this piece presents a challenge in that there is so much to manage — just as stage or movie directors have to work to make some plays seem like one dramatic work, rather t…

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It’s usually a bad sign when half of Hollywood’s A-list actors circle a project and then drop out. Everyone from Tom Hanks, Will Smith, Casey Affleck, and Mahershala Ali were at once attached to “Triple Frontier.” Writer/director J.C. Chandor has made 4 movies, 3 of them have been about corr…

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An interesting thing happened at the state competition recently in the Colorado state wrestling tournament. Brendon Johnson, an 18-year-old senior at the Classical Academy in Colorado forfeited in the first round rather than wrestle a girl. He later forfeited again in the third round of the …