University of Miami Hospital sent a team to Panama with the special Impella heart pump to help save an NCIS agent’s life.
The retirement crisis is deepening, with recent generations of Americans less financially prepared for their golden years than their parents or grandparents, according to a new study.
NEW YORK It's the narcissist rally.
Attention swimmers: More than half of the public pools tested in a new study contained bacterial evidence that someone may have pooped in the pool.
DETROIT It is the kind of tree house that a kid could spend all day and all night inside.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. Little Carter Silveira was sound asleep in the Sutter Memorial Hospital neonatal intensive care unit.
CHICAGO An outraged Janet Agranoff watched in 1996 as "60 Minutes" aired a report about "dying rooms" in Chinese orphanages, where infants and toddlers - most of them girls - were left to starve. When the report ended, the obstetrician-turned-stay-at-home-mom looked at her husband and said, "We're going to China."
The Urban League of Greater Miami and Concerned African Women are hosting a public conversation to discuss the broad impact of the legalization of marijuana, particularly in inner-city communities.
This is the first installment of three excerpts from the new book "Modern Dating: A Field Guide," by Chiara Atik, published in May by Harlequin. The next two excerpts will move May 23 and 30.
This is the 3rd in a 4 part series on "the mates of marriage." First we looked at the cell-mate marriage, the worst one to be in. Then we looked at the roommate marriage, the most common one. Today we are looking at the life-mate marriage.
We got wedding bands and DJs across the country to let us in on the biggest mistakes couples make at their weddings. Here's what they said.
For many couples, their only time together is in the evening, when they plop down in front of the TV. And argue. Over control of the remote, over what to watch, over the volume, for crying out loud.
KENNEWICK, Wash. - A Pasco, Wash., baby is being treated to prevent rabies after she was bitten twice by a rabid bat last weekend while on her grandparents' deck.
Most kids (and plenty of parents) like to build - forts, castles, towers, model airplanes, and more - which explains why there are so many products out there designed to help us do just that. They range from simple wooden blocks and kits that show us how to construct all sorts of cool things using objects that we have around the house, to the most complex building sets. There's a wonderful sense of accomplishment that one gets from stepping back and looking at a completed project. Most of the time, though, that's about all you can do with it. But there's a special thrill that comes from seeing whatever you've built come to life: electrical projects that turn lights on and off, radio kits that receive real broadcasts, and, of course, anything that moves. This week we're taking a look at two very different construction sets that will provide hours of parent-child entertainment, both during the actual assembly process and afterwards, when it starts to move.
Q: My husband and I got married two years ago. I thought we did everything right. We went to the courthouse and got a license. After the ceremony, the rabbi gave me the pink copy of the license. He also told me that he was going to file his copy at the courthouse in the next few days.
Monday, May 20 ï¿½ Sunday, May 26, 2013
Trust me, I know how busy your life as a married couples can be.
Wedding anniversaries from May 19-25
Love is in the air for spring 2013 bridal fashion, where each dreamy gown echoes the sweet love story of the woman who wears it. "This season is all about romance, delicateness and sensuality. Girls are looking to bring in tradition, with modern flair," says Cristina DeMarco, vice president of the wedding salon Bridal Reflections in Carle Place, Massapequa, N.Y., and Manhattan. Designers are infusing classics - the glamorous ball gown, elegant embroidery, demure lace details, a detailed back - with a fresh, contemporary take.
Unless you're living in some weird all-female city that I've somehow managed to never hear of, not all your friends will be women. Probably you'll have guy friends, too, who are great for serving as plus-ones when you need them, giving you the male perspective on your dating life, desperately trying to get you to see the genius in "Blade Runner," and occasionally helping you lug home an air-conditioning unit. However, they are not good for sleeping with. Do not sleep with your guy friends.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Five years ago, Nick Moeder and his friends counted themselves lucky. In the dark heart of the Great Recession, they were starting college rather than trying to start a career.
CHICAGO On a typical June day last year, 3-year-old Jolan Jackson was sitting at the dining room table in his booster chair waiting for his meal.
At some point - Mother's Day or Father's Day, Christmas Day or birthday - we've all given and received the equivalent of the pink bunny suit that Ralphie is forced into in "A Christmas Story."
NEW YORK Scientists have finally recovered stem cells from cloned human embryos, a longstanding goal that could lead to new treatments for such illnesses as Parkinson's disease and diabetes.
Beach Bliss: Enjoy light yoga, Pilates, walking, stretching and meditation. Be gently guided through a relaxing, yet invigorating exercise class. Free fitness classes for Bal Harbour hotel guests and residents; 8 a.m. May 18; Bal Harbour Beach, Bal Harbour.