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Dear Short Answers: A friend bought me an expensive micro-dermabrasion device for my birthday that she saw on TV. I tried it and my whole face broke out in a rash. My face cleared up by the time I saw my friend next and she asked me if I "loved" my … more
Q: The year was 1917, the place Halifax, Nova Scotia, the event perhaps "the largest man-made accidental explosion in history," killing 2,000 people and injuring 9,000 more. What happened?A: Just before 8:45 a.m. on Dec. 6, two ships collided in … more
Dwain Livengood can save money on his home renovation project by doing the work himself. But he also knows that do-it-yourself projects in historic homes like his 100-year-old farmhouse require extra planning and research, and that mistakes can be … more
Cows, pigs, goats and chickens don't care that we gained an hour of daylight on Sunday — they just want to be fed on time. And for farmers like Zach Bantle, general manager of Burnett Farm in Adams, there is still the same amount of chores to … more
A bear. A bat. A butterfly.Images seen in Rorschach inkblots reveal the viewer's unconscious mind, including any serious mental disorders. Or do they? Is the Rorschach test a brilliant diagnostic tool, or a glorified parlor trick?"The Inkblots: … more
Ex-Army investigator Peter Rena was in the Special Forces, but now he is a fixer at a consulting firm in Washington, D.C., "with a quiet and vaguely menacing quality about him." And he's not your typical problem-solver in the nation's capital but … more
"Mandala-365: A Daily Workbook of Holistic Healing" by Lenox-based physician and naturopathic doctor, Dr. Mehernosh Khan, is a breakthrough and a practical invitation to patients, doctors, and those health-conscious people who embrace the … more
When we talk about "television," we're increasingly unlikely to mean the actual objects mounted to our walls or sitting on top of our consoles; instead, we mean the hour- or half-hour-long visual stories we watch on those devices, our computers, or … more
In this column, staff at the Center for EcoTechnology offer advice on easy ways for people and businesses to introduce green changes in their daily lives. Q: I keep hearing about "stretch code"? What is it and what does it mean for me?A: The Stretch … more
Dear Short Answers: My friend and I were shopping last week at the mall and when we got home I found out that she had stolen a bra from one of the stores we were at. I was shocked, but she explained to me she bought a lot of clothes there and they … more
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