Dodge to celebrate the Daytona's 50th anniversary
The 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona was built for speed, sporting aero elements like a wedge front and giant rear wing. Several hundred where built for dealership sale to qualify the car for NASCAR racing. Today, these "wing cars" are sought-after by collectors.
How animals can go from pets to pests when released in the wildNaturalist Valerie Blaine takes a look at why releasing pets like snakes, turtles or even goldfish into the wild is not a good idea.
How Sox broadcaster's Benetti's 'Awkward Moments' promotes understanding of disabilitiesChicago White Sox TV announcer Jason Benetti is sharing the "Awkward Moments" of his life as a person with cerebral palsy.
Wife moved for husband's exciting career, but her own new job is uninspiringHow much time do you have to give a job before deciding it won't get better and bailing?
One-third of toddlers exposed to Zika in the womb suffer developmental problems, study saysA new study of toddlers exposed to the Zika virus during their mothers' pregnancies found that nearly a third suffered developmental delays and other problems -- even if they were born without the abnormally small heads and underdeveloped brains often associated with the virus.
Can't sleep? You probably need to make these changesBrain research has shown how relevant sleep is to health, so it's more important than ever to get a good night's sleep. In the bedroom, that means not just decorating in calming colors but also minimizing stressors and optimizing conditions for a restful night.
Programs help patients with Parkinson's diseaseIf you or someone you love is dealing with Parkinson's disease at any stage, it may be time to get BIG and LOUD. These two innovative programs can help improve the quality of life for patients with Parkinson's.
Strength training guidelines for kids and teensEnd of summer means fall sports training is gearing up and for some kids, that means strength training. Dr. Rebecca Carl outlines whether or not it is healthy for kids to strength train and shares preventive safety tips during conditioning.
Your turf lawn may need some summer helpFrom mid-August through mid-September, add seed to bare spots in your lawn. Choose a seed mix that is appropriate for the amount of sun at your site.
15 things patients do that drive their doctors crazyAs a patient, you undoubtedly have a list of pet peeves concerning your doctors, such as when they make you wait for appointments or won't spend as much time as you'd like. But has it occurred to you that doctors have pet peeves about patients, too?
5 suburban orchards where you can pick your own applesA tough winter and rough spring dealt a blow, but orchard operators in the suburbs are ready for a good season of apple picking and other activities -- starting this weekend.
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