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Earlier this month, Coca-Cola announced it would discontinue Tab, the pioneering diet soda that was first launched in 1963. Since soda was first introduced, there have been a variety of flavors … more
The skin that covers the top and back of the head and is usually covered with hair, is termed the scalp. The scalp is the same as the skin on other parts of the body except, it is some of the … more
Recently, I returned home after from spending the better part of two weeks in Wyoming and Colorado. I had been planning this trip for several months. I also had a pass to visit Yosemite National … more
Radiology, also known as diagnostic imaging, is a type of medicine in which different modalities take images of the inside of your body for diagnosis of a disease. Memorial Community Hospital and … more
From the very scary to cute and comedies, there are plenty of movies that will delight Halloween aficionados every year. So which do you choose? What is your favorite Halloween-themed … more
Every area of science has had those special individuals whose contributions were critical to the future development of the discipline. For the science of chemistry, the famous Frenchman … more
Being critical is something that I think all of us do from time to time. I certainly know that I have had moments where I couldn’t believe what a coach was thinking or that there was “no … more
On the surface, small-town America is as harmless and innocent as the day is young. In “The Devil All the Time,” though, the film peels back the layers of secrets, lies and harrowing … more
Harvest season can be a stressful time of year as famers work against the clock and Mother Nature. One thing that often gets put on the back burner during stressful times is our health. Eating … more
The octopus is an invertebrate lacking a backbone which enables it to crawl through tiny cracks and crevices. It also allows them to hide in very small places where they like to spend the majority of … more
Most people have certain holidays that they really look forward to. For some, it’s the Fourth of July. Fireworks, parades (maybe next year), paid day off. For others, it might be Christmas or … more
As the world slowly creeps back to “normal,” many have started to debate whether or not now is the time to travel. Some see this is a time to snatch up great deals, and get away after … more
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