Columns about family, health and science, home, food, recipes edited by Lisa Ruth

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According to Jay Walker, the greatest moment in the history of human imagination entailed nothing less than a complete rejection of our senses.

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In an effort to determine a simple way of describing how ALS becomes a human parasite, I thought of technology and I managed to put the description in terms for tech Lilliputians like myself.

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SAN FRANCISCO, January 11, 2017 -- While cooking sous-vide (French for “under vacuum”) is nothing new, doing so more affordably is one of the...

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The fight is tough enough but it appears our leaders are more eager to assist outsiders than citizens

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Walking has many benefits, some of which might even surprise you.

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It was only as I was attempting to eat dinner one night that I realized my previous incarnations were inaccurate. I have now come to the realization that the inability to stretch my arms outward or to lift them properly is not a human quality but that of a prehistoric animal.

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One of the most effective ways to set the resolutions and help make them work for everyone’s benefit is to keep them simple but meaningful.

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Here are some on how to accomplish your resolutions.

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Carefully and sincerely examine what your resolutions mean to you and just how seriously you respect your commitments to yourself.

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It may be impossible to completely eliminate the bad guys. But, we can certainly make it more difficult for them to do harm.

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The Georgia Tech swim team had their weekend canceled due to winter's white stuff, and this is the result (video)