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Top Chef in the House

When I tell people that I “still” live with my parents, I kind of get this look. Like I am a dependent child who needs to leech off of my parents. 484 more words


Roughriders look to continue late-season surge against Alouettes

The Saskatchewan Roughriders and Montreal Alouettes have similar records, but their recent play shows two teams going in different directions heading into Saturday’s match at Mosaic Stadium. 694 more words


Stem cell stories that caught our eye: Blood stem cells on a diet, Bladder control after spinal cord injuries, new ALS insights

Putting blood stem cells on a diet. (Karen Ring)

Scientists from Stanford and the University of Tokyo have figured out a new way to potentially make bone marrow transplants more safe. 933 more words

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Take a little trip back with....

Why call it that? That’s just doom. A simple day out is better.

Unfortunately, I did have a bit of trip this week. I fell over in, of all places, WH Smith! 1,327 more words


Sand erosion forces Train concert to move indoors

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) – It’s been two weeks since Hurricane Matthew came through and we’re still feeling its effects.

Because of the storm, the JT Walk and Beach Party, sponsored by WAVY-TV 10 and FOX 43, has moved its concert indoors. 304 more words

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