Jeff Regan was born with underdeveloped optic nerves and had spent most of his life in a blur. Then four years ago, he donned an unwieldy headset made by a Toronto company called eSight.
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Babies who get homemade food may learn to like a wider variety of food types and be leaner than infants who eat store-bought products, a recent study suggests.
What’s next? There’s been a change in White House administration and those health care business owners who rely on insurance reimbursement wait with bated breath for a sign of what’s to come.
As columnist Paul Harasim lay in his hospital bed recently, he realized how little he had really told his kids about his life.
The native of Switzerland laughs as she remembers how she left Europe at age 22 to travel the world. Though she had a degree in business management, she wasn’t sure what she’d do with it.
Jeanne Laubscher went from Bonanza High School in 1982 to the world famous “Les Folies Bergere,” which had a nearly half century run at the Tropicana. She also worked with magician Lance Burton for years.
It isn’t a surprise Las Vegas can be louder than most cities. It is harder to minimize the noise when it is constantly changing as it might at a casino or in a restaurant or nightclub. Custom ear plugs can help.
Data recently analyzed and reported by The Washington Post show a growing number of middle-age white women in the U.S. whose likelihood of drinking heavily is far higher than those who are black, Hispanic and Asian.
Businesswoman Elaine Wynn plans to donate $1 million to Planned Parenthood amid calls by Republican leaders in the U.S. Congress to “defund” the organization.
In his book “True Love,” Dr. Fred Nour explores the history of love and the chemical processes that occur in the brain as individuals fall in and out of love. He postulates that falling out of love is just an expected part of the “true love” process.
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