Lions have no answer for 'little things' hurting team
Detroit Lions defensive back Quandre Diggs is tired of answering questions about arbitrary moral victories.
Why do paper cuts hurt so much?
Physically, paper cuts hurt as much as they do for a variety of reasons. Here's why:
For the dying, how to encourage your partner to find love again
Mar 5, 2017 Posted by In Health Tagged Health News iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Encouraging your partner to find love after you pass away can be a tough subject to broach, but a recent New York Times column reminded us just how common and heartwarming it can be Author Amy Krouse Rosenthal, who has terminal ovarian cancer, recently penned a dating profile for her husband of 26 years, Jason Rosenthal. In her “Modern Love” essay titled “You may want to marry my husband,” Rosenthal…
Anthony Ruptak: Why Death Isn't So Bad
"The most useful thing we can do as humans is to die, be put in the forest and let the forest floor eat us away and later create new life."
How Stephanie Szostak Found the Heart Within ‘A Million Little Things’
As she stars on ABC’s “A Million Little Things” as Delilah, the widow of a man who dies by suicide, Stephanie Szostak remembers what it’s like to move past moments of nervousness and self-consciousness.
Just how bad Patrick Mahomes is hurting as dream season dies
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Bill Belichick has made a career out of chewing up young quarterbacks and spitting them out, checkmating them in a game of football chess. But Patrick Mahomes (16-for-31, 295 yar…
What makes a good father? It's the little things that matter most
Remembering one great dad while watching another in the making
Amazing Teacher series: 'Success in the little things'
Patience might be Renata Sargent’s most important job skill. Sargent, a special education teacher, teaches six older teenage students at Upstate
What Will Happen On Season 2 Of ‘A Million Little Things?’
Here’s what fans can expect on Season 2 of “A Million Little Things.”
Mullane: How little we know about the little things of those closest to us
What’s your mother’s favorite song? Your father’s favorite book? What song did your parents dance to at their wedding?When it comes
Mets needed just two innings to remind us how things got so bad
June was bustin’ out all over at Citi Field on Sunday. You remember June, don’t you, the month in which the Mets went 5-21 while twice losing seven straight and enduring stretches in which they fir…
Morning Word: What you don't know can hurt you
Pacifica Senior Living in Santa Fe is facing a wrongful death lawsuit ($) regarding the alleged months-long neglect of Julian Gaul, 83, nearly one year ago; the man fell multiple times, and during care for his injuries, it became clear he had not been properly bathed in months. He eventually succumbed to injuries related to two falls in two days. The lawsuit is the second of its kind against Pacifica in as many years. The facility's director declined to discuss either case with…
What to do when a loved one with dementia goes missing
When a person goes missing, seconds count, even more so if the person has dementia.
Why Being ‘So Busy’ May Be Hurting Your Career
Much like we reflexively say, “Fine” when someone asks “How are you?” we may say, “I’m so busy” as a reflex that encourages people to back off.
Legal-Ease: I lost a loved one; now what?
My deepest pain comes when I must say goodbye to family, friends and other loved
Will ‘A Million Little Things’ Answer Barbara Morgan Question In Season Finale?
Here’s what to expect on the season finale of “A Million Little Things”
THUNDERNOTES: Adams believes it's the very little things OKC must fix
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City center Steven Adams said the difference between winning and losing to Portland may be imperceptible to most watching.
What I Didn't Know Didn't Hurt Them
What I Didn't Know Didn't Hurt Them Since I get so much news-worthy parenting information in my office every day, I've decided to write about everything I've done wrong as a parent over the years. Let's start with SpongeBob SquarePants. According to a University of Virginia study, children who watch SpongeBob may have resulting inability to pay attention, solve problems and moderate behavior. Ouch. How am…
Why was flooding so bad near the Susquehanna? There's a geological explanation
When I saw the photographs from Wildcat Falls and Accomac, I was overwhelmed. How could the stream at Accomac raise so high to do all that damage?
EXPLAINED: Why Jared’s Russia Back Channel Is So Bad
The FBI is looking into Jared Kushner’s meetings with Russian officials. Such meetings can be standard operating procedure — but these were different.