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Word of the Day – Apr. 3 – Cadge

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Verb: Cadge  (KAJ) Definition: Beg, sponge. Sample sentence: Mike tried to cadge a stick of gum from Paula, but she told him the get his own pack.

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Health Tip – Apr. 3 – New Strategy to Prevent Cataracts

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The more antioxidants in women’s diets, the lower the risk of developing cataracts as they age. This news comes from a Swedish study that looked at the diets of more than 30,000 middle aged and older women, and found those with the highest total intake of antioxidant nutrients were 13 percent less likely to develop […]

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Word of the Day – Apr. 2 – Reverberate

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Verb: Reverberate  (rih-VER-buh-rayt) Definition: 1. To reflect or become reflected. 2. To continue in or as if in a series of echoes: resound. Sample sentence: I love to hear the bass notes of the massive pipe organ reverberate through the cathedral.

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Health Tip – Apr. 2 – Eating Slowly Cuts Calories

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Can you really cut daily calories by eating your meals more slowly? Researchers from Texas Christian University tackled this question by recruiting 70 men and women – half of them were of normal weight, and half were overweight or obese. In a research kitchen, the study participants were asked to eat an unlimited lunch slowly, […]

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Word of the Day – Apr. 1 – Hospitalist

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Noun:  Hospitalist  (HAH-spih-tuh-list) Definition: A physician who specializes in treating hospitalized patients of other physicians. Sample sentence:  George has been practicing medicine in the St. Louis area since 1998, including ten years of experience as a hospitalist.

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Health Tip – Apr. 1 – Farewell to Gluten-Free: Don’t Be Fooled By Pseudoscience or Marketing Gimmicks When It Comes to Food

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Gluten gives fresh bread its pull and chew. A complex protein, it is to baked goods as tannin is to wine, more a feel than a flavor, but a key part of the sensory magic. It makes cereals satisfying, pasta al dente and crackers crisp. Bagels bounce on springs of gluten. But gluten has lately […]

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Health Tip – Mar. 31 – How to Pick a Toothpaste

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There’s nothing better than a bright, beautiful smile to make you feel confident and happy. And there’s nothing better than the right toothpaste to help maintain your oral health and make sure you have the healthiest and best looking pearly whites possible. Toothpaste can do a lot more than simply clean your teeth. Depending on […]

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Word of the Day – Mar. 31 – Knackered

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Adjective: Knackered  (NAK-erd) Definition: Tired, exhausted. Sample sentence: Jane was knackered after a hard day at work and decided not to join us for an evening out.

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Word of the Day – Mar. 28 – Adscititious

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Adjective: Adscititious  (ad-suh-TISH-us) Definition: 1. Derived or acquired from something on the outside. 2. Supplemental, additional. Sample sentence: We should choose our books as we would our companions, for their sterling and intrinsic merit,  not for their adscititious or accidental advantages.

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Health Tip – Mar. 28 – Signs You Are Tired of Winter

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Winter seems to just keep hammering at us this year. Even the biggest fan of the snow and cold can get a wee bit of cabin fever at this point of the season. According to the calendar, it is already spring, but one look out the window tells us otherwise. Here are a few signs […]

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