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PALUMBO POINTS: Vitamin B12 slows brain aging
Thursday, October 20, 2016
An important study appeared in the JAMA Psychiatry (a Journal of the American Medical Association) in June 2016, providing additional evidence that high blood levels of vitamin B12 can slow the shrinking of the brain that commonly occurs after age 60. Previous studies have shown that B12 and other B vitamins (folic acid and vitamin B6) can slow the rate of
Durham author debuts novel
Thursday, October 20, 2016
That Church Life By Teresa B. Howell Walking in Victory International The journal Howell kept to grieve her grandmother’s death uncovered a passion for writing she poured into her thought-provoking debut novel, “That Church Life,” which has gained the new author early recognition in the genre of Christian fiction. The novel chronicles
DLC ‘leaves table wide open’ for students’ future
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
DURHAM – Christopher’s last name sounds like the word “contour” but is spelled “Couture.” The brown-haired 22-year-old, clad in slacks and a deep blue button-down, smiled and looked away shyly as he explained the difficulty people have over spelling his last name. Couture is a student at the Durham Literacy Center and has
Roland Martin to speak at Shaw convocation
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
SHAW UNIVERSITY Acclaimed TV Journalist Roland Martin will keynote Shaw’s Founder's Day convocation Oct. 28, 10:45 a.m. at the Duke Energy Center for Performing Arts. Martin, host and managing editor of TV One’s daily news program, ‘NewsOne Now,’ is a highly sought-after pundit on political, social and cultural issues important to
JV football: Millbrook defeats Wakefield
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Millbrook freshman quarterback Sam Hood threw for three touchdowns to lead the Wildcats to a 54-13 victory over Wakefield in junior varsity action. Hood hit Junior Corona for 69 yards, Drew Johnson for 16 and Ben Williard for 2 yards. Also getting in on the scoring act was Benton Primm, who scored on a 40-yard reverse from Corona, Nathan Roeback (14 yards)
Turn yard waste into compost
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Save time and money by turning landscape trimmings into a valuable soil amendment. The idea is simple: just collect disease- and insect-free plant debris into a heap and let it decompose into a fine, nutrient rich material that helps improve the soil. Don’t add meat, dairy, invasive plants, weeds that have gone to seed or perennial weeds that can
States seek to reassure voters, tighten poll security
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Facing unprecedented warnings of a "rigged" election from Donald Trump, state officials around the country are rushing to reassure the public, and some are taking subtle steps to boost security at polling places because of the passions whipped up by the race. "This election the environment is unlike any before," South Carolina Election Commission spokesman
Kevin Hart kills in new stand-up film
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Has success spoiled Kevin Hart? Forbes magazine lists him as 2016’s highest-paid comedian with an annual income of $87.5 million. Unlike many of his cohorts (Jerry Seinfeld, etc.) Hart makes most of his income from live performances in large stadiums where he can earn $1 million a pop. So, it’s fitting that his latest live concert film was shot
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Democrats show strength in key battlegrounds

WASHINGTON – Hillary Clinton appears to be displaying strength in the crucial battleground

Study examines black, Latino student movements

A new study by three major universities has found that female students on college campuses are

Matthew recovery continues in NC

RALEIGH – More than two weeks after Hurricane Matthew hit North Carolina, some areas are