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I took off my gloves the other day and laid them on the kitchen cabinet. I had been outside watching the sun rise, as is my habit, even though the temperature was in the teens. I have had these gloves a long time, several years.

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Chosen Ones Outreach Ministries of Galveston will have a clothing giveaway from 11 a.m. to noon Friday at Compton Memorial Church of God in Christ, 2628 Ball Ave., in Galveston. A complimentary lunch also will be provided. For information, call the Rev. Edward Lawson, 409-497-2138.

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Author’s note: While colleges and seminaries may do a good job of preparing clergy to teach their congregations, these schools can’t possibly include every topic that working faith leaders will actually need. Hence, this series on the practical aspects of retirement planning, tax management …

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Wrinkles and hair loss are inevitable consequences of aging. Store aisles, TV commercials, and internet ads are full of products and services to help people deal with our aging bodies. These solutions can only hold off or cover up aging for so long. But what if two aspects of aging, wrinkled…

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David A. Brown will join The University of Texas Medical Branch as the senior vice president and dean for the School of Health Professions, effective March 1. Brown, known for his expertise in leadership, innovation and excellence in education, his commitment to research and his success as a…

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Alzheimer’s disease. The very term makes most of us shudder with images of an old age spent in confusion, memory loss, incontinence, disability, unable to even recognize our own family. Yet, I want to share some good news about it. Recent research and clinical studies by Dr. Dale Bredesen, a…

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The Galveston Arts Center (GAC) will present new exhibitions opening during its ArtWalk event from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, with artist talks beginning at 6:30 p.m. at 2127 Strand St. in Galveston.

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The American Academy of Pediatrics has an educational website, healthychildren.org, and has information on how to prevent tooth decay and improve oral health in babies.

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Our winters tend to be relatively mild and that’s considered a blessing by most folks. Nevertheless, temperatures can occasionally dip low enough to be able to inflict a significant toll on many landscape plants in the Galveston County area.

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No one wants to see their best work end up in the trash, but that’s what happens to far too many vegetables. Their leaves and peels are often discarded instead of being an integral part of a nutritious meal.