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Getting enough sleep might help lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. The link to sleep hasn’t been entirely proved yet, but a new study suggests that amyloid beta, a marker for Alzheimer’s disease measured in spinal fluid, rises and falls with the sleep cycle. Researchers at Washington University’s Sleep Medicine Center found that in healthy […]

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MOVIE: THE WATERBOY FINISH THE SENTENCE: “BECAUSE LITTLE GIRLS ARE THE DEVIL” WINNER:MARK 31-year-old waterboy, Bobby Boucher is constantly tormented by the team he works for until he is fired by the coach. He then finds a new coach to work for. Here he finds a new talent, tackling people by pretending they’re making fun […]

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    Recently, I ran into a friend at the grocery store.  She was lamenting the fact that she was bored with eating healthy and was at a loss as what she needed to do for dinner.  I shared with her what I’m sharing with you here, a quick – low calorie; high energy dish […]

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Adjective: Tramontane (truh-MAHN-tayn) Definition: 1. Situated on the north side of the Alps. 2. Lying on or coming from the other side of a mountain range. Sample sentence: Tom kept a journal on his journey to the tramontane region of the country.

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An intriguing study in mice suggests that the aches and pains of arthritis might ease with exercise despite excess weight. It has long been believed that being overweight puts a strain on joints leading to the pain of osteoarthritis. A new study from Duke University Medical Center suggests that may not be the whole story. […]

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MOVIE: ESCANABA IN DA MOONLIGHT FINISH THE SENTENCE: “FOR DOSE OF YA DAT DON’T KNOW NUTTIN” WINNER:CONNIE A macho man in a family on the eve of deer-hunting season must deal with the eldest son’s curse of never having bagged a buck.

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Poster made by Joanna Papaleo On Saturday night this weekend The Terminal Orchestra will be playing at The DeVos Art Museum as part of the closing for the John Lautner Exbit.  The band is known for its epic pieces of music (think soundtracks) and large size of the band (there will probably be 10 to […]

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FRIDAY’S MOVIE: A CHIRSTMAS STORY FINISH THE SENTENCE: “YOU’LL SHOOT YOUR EYE OUT KID DAILY WINNER:PAULETTE WEEKLY WINNER: CONNIE Ralphie, a young boy growing up in the ’40’s, dreams of owning a Red Rider BB gun. He sets out to convince the world this is the perfect gift. But along the way, he runs into […]

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Verb: Cumulate (KYOO-myuh-layt) Definition: 1. To gather or pile or become gathered or piled in a heap. 2. a: To combine into one. b: To increase gradually in quantity or number. 3. To build up by addition of new material. Sample sentence: I am not sure how it happens, but shoes seem to cumulate in […]

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This evening there is a free show going on at Northern Michigan University.  The Bingers, from Chicago are headlining the show along with special guests Windmill, and El Tigre Ultimo.  You can check out the facebook page here. The show was organized by Last Resort, who are a group of students who are dedicated to […]

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