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September 4, 2008 | 1:36 amOn my neck there's a large, upside-down L-shaped scar. One leg of the L runs from my right shoulder blade upward to just below my right ear; the other leg takes a 90-degree turn, following the jaw line to my chin. The right side of my neck -- the inside of the L -- looks as if it's...
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May 22, 2008 | 11:00 amDiet long enough and you're bound to reach a phase where weight loss levels off and the scale is stuck on the same three digits for weeks or more. In fact, researchers from Drexel University find that dieters tend to reach plateaus at Week 3, Week 10 and after six months. But...
March 7, 2008 | 5:00 pmThe music coming from Bob Dylan and his band at the indoor concert is awesome, but what I can hear of his vocals suggests that people backstage are strangling frogs and stepping on ducks.
Sure, Dylan's voice is throaty and growly, but he can articulate his songs as well as anyone. I...