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Henry

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By CAMILLE Henry the Basset Hound loved to bark. He thought his job was to let the whole street know he was on guard duty and he happily ruffed away every second he was outside….

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For Love and Comfort

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By KELLIE KAMRYN At the age of 12, I had to have an emergency appendectomy. It was a vulnerable time in my life for many reasons. As friends and family do, they brought me get well…

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Searching for Normal

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By ERIN JAMIESON The year I turned eighteen, I became obsessed with the word normal. It’s a word all of us use daily, discarding it the way we do our trash, without realizing its impact. Normal…

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The Dorito Effect

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The Dorito Effect: The Surprising New Truth About Food and Flavor By Mark Schatzker Simon and Schuster, 2016 272 pages, hardcover, $26.99 Reviewed by NANCY In The Dorito Effect: The Surprising New Truth About Food and…

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International Day for Yoga

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By TARA MANIAR The International Day for Yoga, often called World Yoga Day, was declared unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly [UNGA] on Dec 11, 2014 as a promotion for global health, harmony and peace. …

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Advice for 50-Somethings

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Four Practices for Free-Living and Mind-Blowing Success By MARTHA MOORE I remember the good old days when I was 25 years old, and my biggest concern about the future was that I would be successful…

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