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New add-on charges appearing on medical bills
Has anyone else encountered those pesky add-on charges that have emerged for doctor's visits? A facilities fee here; a "medical diagnosis" co-pay for a visit to get your eyes checked (that's in...
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Theater review | ‘City of Angels’: Ohio State up ...
Theater review | ‘City of Angels’: Ohio State up to challenge of demanding musical ‘CITY OF ANGELS’ The Ohio State University Department of Theatre and School of Music will present City of Angels at...
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Rogers: Taking full advantage of a free day
I would pass by it on my way out the door. Day-after-day my wonderful empty space remained. It beckoned me to take action. After much thought, a little nervous anticipation, and a lot of wishful...
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Five Open-World Game Essentials
Open-world games are here to stay. This new generation has already embraced this genre with titles Watch Dogs, Infamous: Second Son, and Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. Even more of these games are...
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SilverFast Ai Studio 8
In many ways, LaserSoft Imaging's SilverFast Ai Studio 8 ($299 to $449, depending on the scanner model) is the Photoshop of scan utilities. I mean that in both a good and a bad way. The bad part is...
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Shades of Gray
Pick up the November issue of Velo magazine to read the complete article, "
Shades of Gray
." That guy’s a doper. A cheater. A liar. Can’t stand him. That guy seems...
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Wentworth Miller on Bringing Captain Cold to The ...
What brought the Prison Break star back to TV. Speaking about the dynamic between hero and villain, Grant Gustin (“Barry Allen” / “The Flash”) told a group of visiting journalists, “It’s not fun for...
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At 86, 'Dr. Ruth' remains a sex-talking machine
Q. What do you see as the most critical challenge regarding reproductive health and rights? A. To make sure that women have the right to have contraception and abortion. It’s very, very sad that we...
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Kate Middleton Shows Off Her Baby Bump from Kate ...
Kate Middleton Shows Off Her Baby Bump Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the Action on Addiction Autumn Gala evening at L'Anima on Oct. 23, 2014 in London, England. Kate Middleton Shows Off...
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Turning Dialect Into Data
U.K-based company Relative Insight analyzes language and turns it into a data file. Originally developed to help law enforcement to catch cyber criminals, the technology has recently expanded into the...
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Columbiana plans to enlist police in battle again...
On Tuesday, city council gave first reading to an ordinance enforcing the fines that start at a minimum of $150, the typical amount for minor misdemeanors. The ordinance allows up to $500 for frequent...
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Retailers go pink to support women during Breast ...
Retailers go pink to support women during Breast Cancer Awareness Month October 22, 2014 National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is once again upon the country as millions of people across the United...
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'Death Becomes Her:' British royalty headlines NY...
The Oscar-winning Hollywood comedy "Death Becomes Her" has lent its name to a New York exhibition that reveals nothing was more becoming to a 19th century widow than black crepe. With dozens of...
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Why Is Employee Recognition Always a Problem?
Lacking satisfactory answers myself, I asked readers (from both Psychology Today and Forbes, to which I also contribute). Not surprisingly, they responded abundantly and thoughtfully, as they often...
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Consumer Reports: Five hot kitchen trends that ar...
Gray walls and counters, beverage centers, distressed wood and appliances in orange, turquoise and other cheery colors are big design trends in kitchens, according to ShopSmart magazine. Check out...
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Women Against Abortion
As president of the Susan B. Anthony List, Marjorie Dannenfelser wants to change how politicians talk about abortion.Credit Photograph by Lauren Lancaster One afternoon in May, Lindsey Graham, the...
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LHB covers the bases with major product launch
From light platinum to deep charcoal grays, this "new neutral" is a favorite color not only in upholstery fabric but also wood finishes and, in the case of Lexington Home Brands' Carrera collection,...
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The Walking Dead
Season 5: Walking Faste...
The Walking Dead has never been a show that embraced speed. Every unwieldy season, always broken into two parts so AMC can use its hit show year-round, has shambled around like its titular zombies,...
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A section filled with hope, inspiration
I smiled. I teared. I laughed. I did all of the above in a span of 10 minutes after sitting down and reading this year's version of Hope and Heroes found inside today's newspaper. Warning - this...
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'Fury' director battles World War II genre stereo...
Their vehicle, named Fury, has seen combat in northern Africa and is rolling through Germany as the war winds down. But unlike the school textbook accounts - which condense a war's conclusion to a few...
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