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Expressing a positive attitude toward aging may make the difference in whether you can bounce back from disability. A study from the Yale School of Public Health found that seniors who accentuate the positive stereotypes of age and aging are more likely to recover from a health setback than those who view aging negatively. Over […]

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Today’s Answer: You’ve Got Mail Winner: Marla Today’s winner is Marla! She wins two movie passes from Carmike Cinemas here in Marquette! You can visit Carmike Cinemas online at Carmike.com for upcoming releases and movie ti

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Would you exercise longer and more effectively if competition were part of the experience? A study from Michigan State suggests that the best approach to developing a longer, better workout may be exercising with a partner who is stronger than you. Researcher Brandon Irwin, assistant professor of kinesiology at Kansas State University, noted that most […]

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Adjective: Companionable  (kum-PAN-yuh-nuh-bul) Definition: Marked by conducive to, or suggestive of companionship: sociable. Sample sentence: I have come to enjoy sharing an office with Mike; he’s a companionable associate and we get along well together.

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Today’s Answer: Knocked Up Winner: Kayla Today’s winner is Kayla! She wins two movie passes from Carmike Cinemas here in Marquette! You can visit Carmike Cinemas online at Carmike.com for upcoming releases and movie times.

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Noun: Aegis  (EE-jus) Definition: 1. A shield or breastplate 2. Protection 3. Controlling or conditioning influence 4. Control or guidance, especially by an individual, group or system Sample sentence: The studies were conducted under the aegis of the National Institutes of Health.

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We know that kids need vitamin D to help them grow strong bones, but the question of whether “D” is also important for healthy teeth has never been settled. However, a new review of studies going back to the 1920s suggests that getting adequate “D” may help reduce the incidence of tooth decay by as […]

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The news about the EAS hack has been going around since last night when it aired on TV here in the area.  I found out about it last night and I ended up watching it as soon as I could just to actually witness it. I’m glad I don’t own a TV because even though […]

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Today’s Answer: Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story Winner: Jerry Today’s winner is Jerry! He wins two movie passes from Carmike Cinemas here in Marquette! You can visit Carmike Cinemas online at Carmike.com for upcoming releases and movie times.

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Working memory – for example, the ability to recall street addresses or phone numbers – is in top form when we’re in our teens and early twenties, and then gradually declines. The good news? A recent study suggests that increasing omega-3 intake can improve on even the high level of working memory typical of young […]

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