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Eating smaller meals and cutting calories is a more effective way to manage weight than intermittent fasting, when consumption is restricted to a narrow window of time. That’s the conclusion … more
Despite growing evidence of the harm caused by medical debt, hundreds of U.S. hospitals maintain policies to aggressively pursue patients for unpaid bills, using tactics such as lawsuits, selling … more
If you'd asked me in 2018 whether I was likely to be a victim of identity theft, I would have said no.I used free credit monitoring. I had unique passwords and two-factor authentication on all my … more
Money transfer apps are a convenient way to send and receive money, but scammers can use them to steal your funds.Bank of America customers earlier this month filed a class-action lawsuit against the … more
Librarians and their legislative allies are pushing publishers of electronic books to lower their prices and relax licensing terms, an effort that could make it easier for millions of library users … more
The FBI considers sovereign citizens an anti-government extremist movement. Sovereign citizens believe the U.S. government is illegitimate and actually a corporation that secretly sold bonds using … more
Arthur Brewer, representing the Alzheimer’s Association Capital of Texas Chapter, and manager of the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, considers this a family business. He is proud to announce … more
Texas residents will tell you “right quick” when you mispronounce landmarks across the state. Plenty of that correcting occurs in Central Texas, because some of our place names are a bit … more
A Leander native is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of the nation’s nuclear deterrence mission at Strategic Communications Wing One (STRATCOMMWING ONE). … more
With a cowboy hat atop her head and fresh flowers in hand, Rosalind Alexander-Kasparik walked from her family farm on a Tuesday afternoon this spring to the adjacent private cemetery where … more
Korra Elliott has tried to avoid seeing a doctor while waiting to get on Medicaid. She worries she can’t afford more bills without any insurance coverage. But in early March — five … more
The controversy began in September, more than a year into the pandemic, when the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners issued a warning to doctors in the state: Spreading misinformation about COVID-19 … more
Wylie James Prescott, 3, had to wait more than a year after his autism diagnosis to begin behavioral therapy, even though research shows early treatment of autism can be crucial for children’s … more
Most of the nation will rejoice when the Biden administration lifts the public health emergency that has been in force since March 2020. But when that moment comes — probably this summer, … more
For some counties and cities that share a public health agency with other local governments, differences over mask mandates, business restrictions and other COVID-19 preventive measures have strained … more
Fraudsters stand to siphon off $120 billion or more of the federal infrastructure money flowing to states and local governments for roads, bridges, broadband and other projects over the next five … more
It’s not exactly uncharted territory, any more. Nor is it any longer a realm occupied exclusively by polymaths.So, a Cedar Park kid is headed to the high frontier as a rocket scientist.“Anyone … more
What’s the difference between socialism and communism? How does global warming occur? What’s an economy of scale? Easily Google-able questions — and parents’ own unhappy … more
Imagine you connect a credit card to a game on your child’s phone for convenience. A few weeks later, you find out thousands in charges were processed to your card in a matter of … more
At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, people often relied on telemedicine for doctor visits. Now, insurers are betting that some patients liked it enough to embrace new types of health coverage … more
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