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Artery Blockage One More Reason To Quit Smoking

September 9, 2014 DEAR DR. ROACH: I would like to comment on your column regarding blood-pressure differences between the arms. more »»

Rehab Facilities And What You Need To Know About Them

September 8, 2014 Q: My mother was in the emergency room, and they couldn’t find out exactly what was wrong. The doctor recommended her staying at the hospital for observation. more »»

Can Adults Be Diagnosed With Autism?

September 8, 2014 DEAR DR. ROACH: I am writing about a lifelong problem I’ve had with food. An article in my local newspaper spelled out exactly what I’ve lived through for 55 years. more »»

Woman Traumatized By Sister’s Murder Feels Need For Closure

September 8, 2014 DEAR ABBY: I lost my sister in a brutal murder several years ago. I was too emotionally upset to view her body or go to the trial. more »»

Depression Is No Laughing Matter: What Robin Williams’ Death Can Teach Us

September 7, 2014 On Aug. 12, we heard the sad news of the passing of the legendary comedian/actor, Robin Williams. Preliminary findings stated that he took his own life. more »»

Sadness In Its Departure ... Happiness In Its Memories

September 7, 2014 The recent announcement of the departure of the Jamestown Jammers has been described by some as comparable to a punch in the gut. more »»

Grills: From The Simple To The Top Of The Line

September 7, 2014 Do you like to grill? Do you have a grill of some sort? As we celebrated this last official weekend of summer I thought about the grills that I have used through the years. more »»

Artistic Expression

September 6, 2014 In 1960, novelist Harper Lee published a book in which she proclaimed, ‘‘It’s a sin to kill a mockingbird. more »»

For Dinner, A Guinea Pig

September 6, 2014 Today I visited a house where a few dozen guinea pigs were scampering around on a dirt floor and where the skulls of the occupant’s ancestors took a proud place over the fireplace. more »»

Editor's Note

September 6, 2014 What was meant to be a nice, relaxing Labor Day drive turned into something reminiscent of a horror film’s opening scene. The necessary plot points were there. more »»

Time With Kids: More Chuckles, Less Crabbiness

September 3, 2014 The relaxation factor makes a huge difference in how I approach being a grandparent vs. what I did as a parent. more »»

Deciphering The Code: Understanding Medicare And How To Use It

September 1, 2014 Q: I am reading all that I get from Medicare and so many insurance companies. I can’t seem to understand what they are saying. more »»

Stamps For Shoes

August 31, 2014 When my neighbor and I got to talking about first cameras I realized that I had a whole lot of memories associated not only with my first camera, but shoes of the era. more »»

It’s Not Just Celebrities Who Suffer

August 31, 2014 Depression, cancer/leukemia, Alzheimer’s, ALS, diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, Parkinson’s and accidents have resulted in, or been a part of, the shortening of so many lives, and we have... more »»

Editor's Note

August 30, 2014 My fiancee and I traveled to Buffalo on Wednesday for her grandmother’s funeral. With heavy hearts, we arrived at the funeral home early, bringing Sarah’s mother along with us. more »»

The Pentagon’s Power ... And Its Subway

August 27, 2014 Say “Pentagon” out loud. What comes to mind? Power. Strength. Military maneuvers. Decisions that can mean life or death for millions. And a Subway. No, not a belowground transit system. more »»

Sharing With Our Children: When To, And When Not To, Include Them In Decision-Making

August 24, 2014 What do we share/not share with our children? In my parents’ generation, children as an unwritten rule were kept detached from ‘‘big people’s problems.’’ We were essentially protected. more »»

The ‘Rag Man’

August 24, 2014 By Ann R. Swanson hickoryheights1@verizon.net Do any of you remember “the rag man”? When I lived with my grandmother I remember gathering up newspapers and rags and putting them aside. more »»

‘If It Wasn’t Hard, Everyone Would Be Doing It’

August 24, 2014 “It’s supposed to be hard. If it wasn’t hard, everyone would be doing it. The hard is what makes it great. more »»

Russell Headlines Two Staged Readings At Chautauqua

August 24, 2014 CHAUTAUQUA — Television, nightclub and journalism star Mark Russell headlined the cast of two staged readings Saturday morning in what has become a tradition on the last Saturday of a Chautauqua... more »»

 
 
 

 

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