Rev. Robert Pace, a rector who serves in Fort Worth, beat the coronavirus after two weeks. Pace said he feels inspired by the health care workers who helped him remain healthy.
Dear Heloise: With planting season here, in some parts of the country a common problem is slugs and snails. One way to kill them is to bury a pie plate until its level with the ground. Fill the pie plate with beer and wait. Slugs and snails are attracted to the smell and are killed by the alcohol.
Dear Annie: A few months ago, my husband was laid off from his job. When that happened, he asked if he could just stay home and work on his own personal projects and interests. I work a corporate 9 to 5 job and can barely cover our bills without his salary, but I said yes because I wanted hi…
One bright spot is emerging from self-quarantine and mandatory working from home: In this nation that so often dines out or gobbles processed food on the run, Americans are suddenly cooking a whole lot more.
Dear Annie: My son is in his 40s and throws temper tantrums! Any little thing can set him off. It’s so bad that his son asks him if he’s mad, fearing that something has set him off. He is going to marriage counseling and admits he has a temper, but nothing changes.
Got a worrisome rash? You can still see a doctor if you can’t leave home during the coronavirus outbreak. U.S. public health officials, hospitals and insurance companies are pushing people to try telemedicine.
Autism has grown slightly more common in the U.S., but a gap in diagnosis of white and black kids has disappeared, according to a government report released March 26.
Several students and biology faculty members from Temple College recently attended the 2020 Texas Academy of Science meeting, which was held at Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches. The students and faculty members gave four presentations at the meeting. Pictured are, front row from l…