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Snoring, sleep problems may signal heart riskupdated: Wed Dec 01 2010 09:13:00

People who snore loudly, have difficulty falling asleep, or often wake up feeling tired may have more to worry about than dozing off at work. A new study suggests they may also be at increased risk of developing heart disease and other health problems down the road.

SI.com: Jeff Pearlman: The harsh realities of sports are no laughing matterupdated: Wed Oct 20 2010 11:21:00

Tom Bosley died Tuesday, which got me to thinking about the athletic innocence of the greatest television show of all time.

People.com: Star Rutgers Football Player Paralyzed Below the Neck During Gameupdated: Mon Oct 18 2010 19:32:00

"He's a fighter," says Rutgers coach Greg Schiano as friends and family rally around Eric LeGrand

Is sex addiction real?updated: Tue Mar 02 2010 18:12:00

When Jack Rogers first heard media reports of Tiger Woods' multiple extramarital affairs, the first thing he did was say a little prayer for Woods and his wife. The second thing he did was tally up the number of women who claimed to have had sex with the famous golfer.

Swine flu a worry for summer campsupdated: Sun Jul 19 2009 08:47:00

Parents who send their children to summer camps have the added concern of swine flu this season.

Should your teen take melatonin for help with sleep?updated: Mon Dec 22 2008 13:03:00

Any parent with a teenager is familiar with how difficult it may be for them to get enough sleep. But some parents are finding help in a little pill: melatonin, a dietary supplement that helps regulate the body's sleep cycle. But should they?

SI.com: Kevin Armstrong: Sad, deadly return to the field for Ryne Doughertyupdated: Thu Oct 23 2008 14:33:00

RIDGEWOOD, N.J. -- Once the candle-light vigil burned down into a pep rally, the mother, who hadn't left her son's bedside while he was in the hospital, stepped to the fore and started chanting to the crowd outside Montclair High Friday night.

Search of woods finds no trace of missing New Jersey momupdated: Wed Aug 29 2007 02:39:00

A day after searching for the body of a woman missing since August 19, Emerson, New Jersey, police ended their efforts, saying Wednesday they're "reasonably certain" she wasn't in those areas.

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