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Dear Dietitian, My boyfriend is a big believer in taking dietary supplements. He has type 2 diabetes, and he takes medication for this. He eats right most of the time and exercises three times a … more
Banana peels are a mainstay of slapstick comedy. Why? Well, Danny DeVito says it’s because “you have to give people permission to laugh. That’s why they would always cut to the … more
Thank you to our brave law enforcement to make Pampa’s biggest drug bust and round-up to rid Pampa of a bad problem: assorted hard drugs, $500,000 in cash, stolen guns and illegal … more
BREATHE! Breathe in and breathe out deeply. Be present! Do not be past. Do not be future. BE NOW! Where are you living your life? Are you living in your past, your present, or your future? Has … more
Hey Taylor: I’ve never invested in gold or silver before and I think it’s because I have no idea how it works. Any advice for a newbie? - Mark Hey Mark: Absolutely. Metals are a nice … more
Morning, Toni: I read your recent article about the cost of nursing homes nationwide and I am concerned that I may wipeout my 401K or savings if a long-term care need arises. I am a … more
The two-minute warning sounds in NFL games at the end of the second and fourth quarters -- ostensibly to alert teams to how much time they have left to execute a series of plays before the clock runs … more
Dear Dietitian, I’ve been working hard on eating healthy this year, and I read your column regularly. I have been surprised at how much sugar is in foods that I thought were good for me. Do … more
I suppose you read my last column called This and That. If you did, you will recall I pointed out that Clifton McNeely was also a great pitcher and a great basketball player and was the first to be … more
Halloween is the second most celebrated holiday of the year in the United States. Most cities have some fun and exciting ways to celebrate the season. New York City East Village district holds one of … more
My aged Uncle Mort can take a side road into yesteryear quickern’ most people can start an argument over vaccines. Now, he’s on a mission to learn more about Indian Summer. He’s … more
From their earliest inception, universities in the United States have burned bright with fires fueled, thoughtful opportunity fanned into flames, creating a stronger, more robust, free society. These … more
It has been said that the sweetest sound a person can hear is the sound of his or her name. Your name is unique. It is the very identifier for each of us. When someone says, “How are you … more
Dear Readers, Food allergies are on the rise in the United States, and it is estimated that as many as 8% of children suffer from at least one food allergy. A food allergy occurs when your … more
It’s Spooky Season again, and it wouldn’t be autumn without some haunted houses to visit.  Here are a few of the more popular ones across our great state. Houston Terror Dome … more
Hi Taylor: Feels like stocks have been surging for a while. Any indication that’s going to slow down soon? Will investors start dialing back and prepping for a market that’s less bullish? … more
2 Weeks until Friday, October 15-Medicare’s Annual Enrollment- Dear Toni: What is the difference between a “Medicare Supplement” and a “Medicare Advantage PPO” plan? … more
As seniors in high school contemplate graduation at the end of the school year, their possibilities are nearly endless—no matter a student’s class rank or personal opportunities and … more
What is the minimum necessary for you to do to get by in this world? If you sat down with a sheet of paper and wrote out the least you could do to get by in your family, what would it be? What if you … more
12. Coach Mac and Ben Hogan (pro golfer) oversaw P.T. (Physical training) at the Ft. Worth Army Base during WWll. They were roommates in the barracks and remained friends even after the end of the … more
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