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By Library December 26, 2001
The holidays are a time of hope, peace and joy but can also be a time of overindulgence, at the tail end of a less-than-highly disciplined year, hence the quaint custom of New Year's Resolutions. ...
By pharmacist December 21, 2001
Supplementation with folic acid during pregnancy may reduce the risk of the most common form of leukemia in children. A new study, published Saturday in Lancet, found a protective association between maternal folic acid supplementation ...
By estateplanning December 20, 2001
Attorneys concentrating in elder law know that in order to effectively represent their elderly clients and their families, intimate knowledge of government benefits is not only required, it's crucial. When faced with the possibility of ...
By movies December 17, 2001
by Ben Kenigsberg The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring -- the first part in Heavenly Creatures -director Peter Jackson's much-hyped adaptation of J.R.R. ...
By foodandwine December 15, 2001
When you're heading to that next holiday party how about bringing a bottle of port that will arouse the interest of your friends and family! We recommend a Long Island Duck Walk Vineyards 2000 Blueberry ...
By movies December 09, 2001
by Ben Kenigsberg It's tempting to say that Steven Soderbergh's remake of Ocean's 11 could not possibly have been worse than the original, but it could have been. The ...
By Library December 07, 2001
Before you actually plunk down hard-earned cash or plastic for your holiday gifts, check them out beforehand, via your local library's many consumer information resources. You probably already know that almost every public library subscribes ...
By Robin Frank December 05, 2001
Record numbers of people are opting for cosmetic surgery with the goal of enhancing the way they look and feeling better about themselves. The number of cosmetic procedures performed last year rose to 5.7 million--up ...