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A large meal can trigger your body to release more insulin, causing blood sugar (glucose) levels to drop and leaving you in a fatigue-inducing slump. Skipping meals only deprives your body of needed calories, and sets you up for energy-draining overeating at your next meal. Instead, eat smaller meals or healthy snacks throughout the day, […]

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Marquette – 01/24/12 – Afternoon Classic Films presents a screening of the film “Goodbye Mr. Chips” on Monday, February 6 at 1:30 pm in the Peter White Public Library Community Room. Robert Donat plays an aging teacher and former headmaster of a boarding school recalling his career and personal life over the decades. This romantic drama […]

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Negaunee Township – Yesterday I was resting in my easy chair watching big, jumbo snow flakes float to the ground. It’s prime-time winter in Negaunee Township and everybody seems to be in a better mood. I watched a foot of snow come down and gather on the deck outside the window where my lazy chair […]

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In addition to seeing a therapist and following your doctor’s recommendations, there are some natural ways to treat depression. For rapid benefits in alleviating depression, there is no better method than regular aerobic exercise. I recommend 30 minutes of continuous physical activity, at least five days a week for best results. Check out all your […]

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Noun: Yegg (YEG) Definition: A safecracker; also a robber. Sample sentence: The police grabbed Bob and another yegg for a convenience store burglary.

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MOVIE: Wayne’s World ANSWER: “I Have An Extensive Collection of  Name Tags & Hair Nets!” WINNER: Courtney Wayne is still living at home. He has a world class collection of name tags from jobs he’s tried, but he does have his own public access TV show. A local station decides to hire him and his […]

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The U.S. military is always asking business and industry for new designs and new concepts for our troops. So bring on some new tire designs. In South Carolina, they have been testing these for several years now. Resilient Tech was developing them for the military application. Amazing new tires… Michelin Tires… Absolutely SCARY looking… Look […]

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Noun: Crucible (KROO-suh-bul) Definition: 1. A vessel in which metals or other substances are heated to a very high temperature or melted. 2. A severe test. 3. A place or situation in which concentrated forces interact to cause or influence change or development. Sample sentence: Living in Paris in the late 60’s was like living […]

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Cardiovascular disease isn’t generally much of a worry for young women, but the amount of fish they eat growing up appears to have a powerful role in keeping their hearts healthy. A new study from Denmark shows that women of childbearing age (between 15-49) who rarely or never ate fish had 50 percent more cardiovascular […]

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