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  • Around Town: Deadheads, the Internet and brain chemistry

    After a photographer caught him playing iPhone poker during a Senate committee hearing on Syria, Sen John McCain (R-Arizona) tried to pass the incident off as a joke.
  • Psychologists to discuss bullying at La Caņada Presbyterian Church

    The Growing Families ministry of La Caņada Presbyterian Church invites parents and grandparents of elementary to high school children to a presentation on the subject of bullying at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, in the church’s Fellowship Hall. The presenters...

    Bullies: Creation and prevention

    Part 1 What is bullying, and what are its causes, effects and prevention? According to the U.S. Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services, bullying is a form of abuse, harassment and violence created by: 1) A power imbalance in size, gender, strength,...

    Q & A: The eloquent conservative

    Q & A: The eloquent conservative
    Author and syndicated radio talk show host Dennis Prager is one of the better conversationalists you'd ever meet, but he pulls no punches for political correctness' sake. "Ask me anything," he invites during an afternoon meal at Ichiban Japanese...

    All Health's Breaking Loose: Sweeter without sugar

    Ah, the "olden days," a time when life was simpler, even food was simpler. We ate less processed, sweetened food, and sugar was a rare treat. Just before the turn of this century, the average American consumed about five pounds of sugar per year. Cut to...