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For many years, we have been told to avoid prolonged exposure to the sun because of health risks like sunburn and, more seriously, skin cancer. Now a new study found that getting too little sun can cause problems as well. According to recent research, women who consistently avoided direct sunlight had a greater mortality risk from all causes, including skin cancer, than their counterparts with higher sun exposure.
Community Events, July 2014
The new map of Washington 2014 | Cartoon for July 21
Highway construction stories sometimes use the term “carmageddon” to describe the impact on motorists. This time the moniker may be for real.
There is a rule at home during the summer that my kids can stay up as late as they want, as long as they are in bed reading.
Freshman Democratic U.S. Rep. Suzan DelBene spent a couple of her millions to get into Congress.