More >> Updated: Tuesday, November 25 2014 6:13 PM EST2014-11-25 23:13:29 GMT USGS geologists with the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory say Puna lava flow breakouts are still active around the crack system near the abandoned geothermal well site. More >> USGS geologists with the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory say Puna lava flow breakouts are still active around the crack system near the abandoned geothermal well site. More >> Tuesday, November 25 2014 9:49 AM EST2014-11-25 14:49:48 GMT Windward Oahu resident Randy Wong says he's never met a family like his. More >> Windward Oahu resident Randy Wong says he's never met a family like his. More >> Updated: Tuesday, November 25 2014 3:53 PM EST2014-11-25 20:53:22 GMT Experts are keeping a close eye on the June 27th lava flow and its impact in Puna. For now, it is still not an immediate threat to residential areas. More >> Experts are keeping a close eye on the June 27th lava flow and its impact in Puna. For now, it is still not an immediate threat to residential areas. More >> Updated: Tuesday, November 25 2014 4:23 AM EST2014-11-25 09:23:04 GMT The UH Manoa Department of Public Safety is asking for the public's help in identifying a person of interest in connection with recent indecent exposure incidents. More >> The UH Manoa Department of Public Safety is asking for the public's help in identifying a person of interest in connection with recent indecent exposure incidents. More >> KALIHI (HawaiiNewsNow) - Investigators with the Attorney General's office carried out boxes of files, a cooler, and a computer from the Halau Lokahi Public Charter School, Tuesday morning.
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The whole world is fat! And that ends up costing $2 trillion a year | 89.3 KPCC
GLENN SMITH Candace Carman Candace is a published writer, author, photographer, artist and a participant in the R3C. She was represented by Carl Corey in his online gallery from 2001 until it closed its virtual doors. Her photographic work has been published in both online and print venues. Although Candace has been making photographs for many years, her day job left little time to develop herself as an artist. Recently, she retired from the private sector and is working to expand and promote her fine art and fine art photography. In 2014 she received eight awards in the Northern Gila County Fair Juried Advanced Photography competition and in 2013 she received second place in the State Park Section in the Arizona State Fairs Juried Advanced Photography competition. You can see her photographs at www.ceeceephotography.com.
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Carolyn Livengood: Veterans tell stories of life after service at County of San Mateo 2014 Veterans Summit - San Jose Mercury News
* 3,000 of Vietnam War veterans and 539 Gulf War veterans in our county are potentially affected by post-traumatic stress disorder. (Slocum stated that the National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is under construction in Menlo Park and is anticipated to open in December 2016.) * Some veterans in our county reported legal and criminal justice challengers; San Mateo County Veterans Treatment Court is one of only 11 veterans courts in California. It is obvious that San Mateo County faces the challenge of ending veterans' homelessness despite the 30 percent reduction in the total number of homeless veterans since 2011, as well as providing more behavioral and mental health services, housing assistance, employment opportunities, and easier access to benefits and services as indicated by the ASR report. Many veterans do know that they are eligible for benefits, and they are not always sure if they are even considered veterans. "What I haven't heard is that women veterans are being helped," one of the panelists said.
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Can DeMarco Murray survive 400 carries? - NFL.com
-THc H. Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) November 20, 2014 Garden Acupuncture in Park Slope, Brooklyn has added a new fertility consultation room to the office. The newly renovated room creates a spa-like feeling. From the knowledgeable, experienced practitioners, to the lovely rug, modern artwork and cozy couch, this room will make anyone comfortable to discuss their health concerns. Garden Acupuncture practitioner Alex Goldberg LAc has studied directly under Dr.
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Hinging a long-term game plan on those odds would be statistically irresponsible. Yet, sometimes it just happens, with a string of people crossing their fingers along the way. Saxon is speaking to add perspective. DeMarco Murray of the Dallas Cowboys is on pace for 390 carries, just 26 shy of Johnson's record. He would be the just the second running back in the past decade to crack the top 10. With four cold-weather outdoor games remaining in Dallas' final six, there's a long shot that he could actually break the record. It is highly unlikely that Dallas would be sitting atop the NFC East without him .
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Can traditional Chinese doctors really tell if you?re pregnant by touching your wrists? | GlobalPost
So far, Howe said, they have helped 195 couples not necessarily romantically involved and a recent contract with the states Behavioral Health Services Division will give them enough funding to serve 350 more. Jan DeMaggio of Albuquerque has spent the past three-and-a-half years helping children with life-threatening illnesses make a space where they can forget their troubles. The Albuquerque chapter of the national Special Spaces organization has redecorated 21 bedrooms for sick children and their siblings and relies on volunteer labor and donated funds. DeMaggio said she was inspired to start a local chapter as soon as she heard about the organization in other cities. They spend so much time going to doctors and getting tests, often times their rooms are just pretty neglected, DeMaggio said. We have air brushers, artists, painters and plumbers come in to fix it all up and make their room into their special space. Gov.
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Garden Acupuncture Announces New Fertility Consultation Room
[We want] to horde food and to horde fat." Programs to get individuals to eat right and exercise more must be a part of any weight loss effort. But the report makes it clear that focusing just on the eating habits of the morbidly obese in other words, blaming the victim won't solve anything. This growing global problem is result of social and economic changes that have swept the world over the last century. Food, for instance, is relatively far cheaper than it used to be. "In the United States, the share of average household income spent on food fell from 42 percent in 1900 to 30 percent in 1950 and to 13.5 percent in 2003," the report notes. McKinsey and Co suggests 74 interventions to combat the obesity crisis from simple things like requiring food labels to include calorie counts to plans to overhaul urban transportation systems to discourage cars.
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Governor recognizes first group of NM True Heroes | Albuquerque Journal News
Chinese medicine can be a minefield for officials, where science is wielded as a progressive term. To the students and intellectuals of the 1910s progressive New Culture Movement, Chinas backward culture was typified by values placed on its traditional medicine. In his preface to "Call to Arms," Lu Xun wrote that it was simply a lie, purposely or not. But even today, Lu a brilliant satirist who studied medicine in Japan is considered controversial. As educated liberals began celebrating Western science, the old methods survived both the Republic of China (1911-49) and the iconoclastic Cultural Revolution. This was partly due to medicines entrenched role within society. Practitioners were inheritors of secrets handed down through generations; while Mao waged civil war, barefoot doctors provided comfort and assistance when no alternative existed.
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