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Focus your planning by getting clear on just three things: the WHAT, the HOW, and the WHY.

Suzanne George, MD, highlights the available therapies for patients with uterine sarcomas and what novel options are on the horizon.

Clever trim work, extra storage, and fresh paint transform a basic bathroom into a clutter-curbing prep zone for two teenage girls

A portfolio created with your long-term objectives in mind is crucial as you pursue your dream retirement.

One teen recalls the first time he distinctly heard God’s voice—and how it saved his life.

She thought a life of partying would be so much more satisfying than being a “naïve” Christian Scientist. Several years later, lost and depressed, she began asking the question: Could God be there after all? And could He help her out of this mess?

Vascular access survey documents prevalence of often unrecognized patient safety issue HARTWELL, Georgia. – Accidental dislodgement of intravenous devices is a common occurrence that has a significant impact on patient safety, according to a clinical survey of nurses and vascular access specialists. Results of the survey are published in the latest issue of the Journal …

A study of about 240,000 cancer patients in Australia from 2006 to 2015 found that any type of cancer was associated with a 40 percent increased risk of developing shingles, compared with not having cancer.

Learn how a revolutionary therapy uses the body’s own immune system to fight cancer, offering patients and clinicians hope.

Some tasks a landlord has to make a unit ready to rent are mandated by habitability requirements. Other tasks may or may not be essential.

Every second year since 2007, Seager Gray Gallery has been honored to be part of the Codex Book Fair and Symposium, bringing together the best of the best book artists and fine press printers from around the world to share their work, explore new and old concepts, and to start an on-going conversati

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This short vocal warm-up led by Jeannette Nelson offers actors techniques to prepare their voice ahead of rehearsals and performances, featuring exercises on...

News, reviews, and event information for How I Learned What I Learned at Marin Theatre Company on Jan 10, 2019, on Datebook from the San Francisco Chronicle.

The following nominees received the most reader votes in round one of our 2017 Best Of Alameda contest. Now it is time to select one ultimate winner in each category. You may vote in as many or as few categories as you like.
Only one vote per person or IP address. Voting ends on May 1. Results will be published in our June issue.

In August 2017 we announced that Moments would render as timelines instead of grids. Today, we’re announcing the end of our support for grid-style embedded collections. We want to focus on widget types which are more widely adopted, such as embedded Tweets and timelines. We’ll continue to support embedded grids for 30 days, and after that point, all grid-style collections will render as timelines. This change…

When it comes to our income and standard of living, many of us think in terms of “making ends meet.” Yet if we go to the Bible, it records Jesus as saying: “I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly” ( John 10:10 ). This isn’t a promise of material prosperity, nor does it resign us to just getting by. It is a promise of spiritual ideas, which in turn give us our daily supplies…