Hours after California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law one of the strictest vaccination laws in the country, the backlash began. Comedian Jim Carrey unleashed a screed on Twitter denouncing the governor as a “corporate fascist,” and anti-vaccination groups began to scheme about how to take down the law.
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SEATTLE — The little boy in a bright-green shirt tightly clenches a sandwich bag and asks, “Can you open this for me?” He thrusts the bag at the elderly man seated to his right.
I wrenched my neck a few days ago and wondered whether there was something else I could take for the pain instead of ibuprofen. Based on what I’d read in magazines, I searched for the answer in my fridge, which happened to contain more than 40 pounds of tart cherries I had just picked.
Getting caught in the rain on a bike ride is one thing.
With the 4th of July holiday upon us, experts at Mayo Clinic are offering up some injury prevention tips on some of the most common reasons that send people to the emergency department this time of year.
LOS ANGELES _ Measles is commonly thought to be a one-time deal: Get it once, survive and you’re immune for life.
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The words “wine country” conjure thoughts of Napa and Sonoma — or maybe Burgundy and Tuscany if you’re headed abroad. But any oenophile worth their stemware knows various wine regions exist throughout the world, some in the least expected places. Not only will you find delectable wine with more reasonable price tags in the six off-the-radar locales we’re highlighting here, but you’ll also discover winery tours and accommodations that are far from the crowds — and far more affordable. Bonus: These wines aren’t as easy to find in your corner shop, making any bottles you sample on your trip all the more special.
Youngsters will be showing their talents and their giving spirits on Aug. 15 during the seventh annual Kids Entertaining Kids fundraiser for the Early Childhood Intervention program, a part of the Texoma Community Center. The popular event will be held from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. at the Sherman Municipal Ballroom.
New officers were installed last week during the regular Grayson County Rotary Club meeting. Outgoing club president, Lisa Hebert, performed the ceremony.