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Girls in India battle for education, work opportunities

Ragini Yadav works quickly, her hands a whirl of fingers and thread and baby powder. She’s twisting a doubled-over string across her client’s brow to pluck out hairs by the roots, a process known as threading, and she’s doing it at blinding speed.

July 27, 2015 | Allison Pond Deseret News | National

Here’s why you have a sweet tooth when others may not

PHILADELPHIA — It may not be lack of self-discipline that keeps you from saying no to that second doughnut.

July 27, 2015 | Jessica Ivins KSL | National

Restaurant meals just as bad for your health as fast food, study reveals

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Attention all foodies: Despite what you may think, you may be better off eating at McDonalds than that new four-star restaurant downtown.

July 27, 2015 | Jessica Ivins KSL | National

For women who want a home birth, wealth matters

Every parent faces myriad choices during their time caring for a child. What’s the best preschool? How late should I let them stay out with friends? What’s the most appropriate age to let them start dating?

July 27, 2015 | JJ Feinauer Deseret News | National

This class just made their teacher cry, but for a good reason

Students at Staten Island’s Public School 22 decided it was time to honor one of their “unsung” heroes.

July 27, 2015 | JJ Feinauer Deseret News | National

Restaurant meals just as bad for your health as fast food, study reveals

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Attention all foodies: Despite what you may think, you may be better off eating at McDonalds than that new four-star restaurant downtown.

July 27, 2015 | Jessica Ivins KSL | National

Boy’s poolside pep talk charms the Internet

THE POOL — You never know where inspiration will come from, but today it may come from a little boy who needs to give himself a pep talk before jumping into the pool.

July 27, 2015 | Martha Ostergar KSL | National

10 most dangerous jobs in America

When it comes to choosing a career, there are plenty of things to consider. Location, pay and work-life balance are often thought to be the prime priorities in the modern job market.

July 27, 2015 | JJ Feinauer Deseret News | National

Disgusting images can dissuade dessert desires, new study suggests

Looking to cut back on dessert and shed a few pounds? The University of Colorado School of Medicine suggests cockroaches — or pictures of the little buggers, at least.

July 27, 2015 | Chandra Johnson Deseret News | National

The one surprising reason teens may be choosing to delay sex

The Internet may be to blame for selfies and misinformation, but it might also be a reason teens are becoming more responsible when it comes to their health.

July 27, 2015 | Shelby Slade Deseret News | National

'Gender indifference' appears to have stalled as parents ponder sons and daughters

In the mid-1980s to mid-1990s, American parents seemed less inclined to wish for at least one son and one daughter than in the past. Some experts believed that was because gender roles were becoming less pronounced and predicted that such gender preference would continue to wane.

July 27, 2015 | Lois M. Collins Deseret News | National

6 ways to calm your husband's soul when he's had the worst day ever

Stay-at-home moms and working moms have a lot on their plates. Even with today’s gender equality tendencies, the mom still tends to be the primary care giver for the kids and the home.

July 27, 2015 | Megan Shauri FamilyShare | National

Have You Seen This? Drive safe



DAD JOKINGTON — There are a few things you inherit the moment you become a father.

July 27, 2015 | John Clyde KSL | National

Why can't Americans save, and what they can do about it

Americans are among the best at many things — but saving money isn’t one of them.

July 27, 2015 | Jeff Wuorio Deseret News | National

Murphy qualifies for U.S. Women's Amateur

Auburn rising sophomore golfer and 2014 Lugoff-Elgin High School graduate Kelli Murphy was one of nine players to advance from the U.S. Women's Amateur sectional qualifier Tuesday in Lexington, N.C.

July 27, 2015 | | Sports

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October 16, 2013 | | Ariail

American Party

History hasn't been kind to third-party movements in this country, but that's not deterring two South Carolinians -- one with Democratic roots and the other with a Republican background -- from trying to launch the American Party, which they contend can be a viable alternative to the two majority parties. Jim Rex, who was superintendent of education in this state, and Oscar Loveless, a physician who once ran for governor, think voters need another option. In light of the gridlock in which our Congress has become mired, that's not a bad idea. The odds are long against the success ...

October 16, 2013 | | Editorials

Open up to possibilities

It's time for us to expand our mindsets about the political situation in Washington. In a recent New York Times article, Russ Douthat said that politics is hard business and failure is normal enough, but that sensible people, "Republicans included," should have seen that shut down fever would blow up in the Party's face. Why? Because they had no method in place to deal with what could arguably be seen as basically a worthy objective.

October 16, 2013 | Nancy Larson Lugoff | Letters

Yesteryear - Oct. 16, 2013

Field Days to re-create Revolution

October 16, 2013 | | Yesteryear

The miracle baby

October is National Down Syndrome Awareness Month and families across the state and nation will be celebrating individuals with Down Syndrome at the Buddy Walk. The Buddy Walk was established in 1995 by the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) to promote acceptance and inclusion of people with Down Syndrome and to celebrate Down Syndrome Awareness Month.

October 16, 2013 | | People & Places

What holiday would you want to have twice a year?

October 16, 2013 | | Sidewalk Survey

Belton "Boo" Mickle

Funeral service for Mr. Belton "Boo" Mickle, 61, of Camden will be held Friday, October 18, 2013, 11:00 A.M. at Good Hope AME Zion Church with burial in the Ft. Jackson National Cemetery. Friends may visit at 1494 John G. Richards Road in Camden. He died Monday, October 14, 2013. Collins Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

October 16, 2013 | | Obituaries

John B. Peebles

John B. Peebles, age 79, died Saturday, October 12, 2013 at Norman Regional Hospital, due to complications from injuries suffered 3 weeks earlier in an auto accident. He was born November 7, 1933 in Camden, SC to David Peter (Pete) and Helen C. (Baker) Peebles. He grew up in Camden and was a graduate of Camden High School. In early adulthood, he worked a short while for DuPont Chemical Co. before working in the textile industry at Jaclyn Hosiery Mill. He then sold insurance and later pursued his passion as a master cabinet maker. In 1963 he moved his family ...

October 16, 2013 | | Obituaries

Temporary meal benefits available for affected families

Kershaw County School District (KCSD) families that temporarily have been affected by the federal government furloughs may apply for free/reduced meal benefits for their children.

October 16, 2013 | | Education

First annual KCSD Cat Fight Blood Drive

The Leslie M. Stover Middle School Tiger mascot and the Lugoff-Elgin Middle Leopard mascot are helping their schools battle it out in the KCSD Cat Fight Blood Drive. Interested persons can donate blood at their favorite school.

October 16, 2013 | | Education

A fair to remember

The 2013 Camden Antiques Fair will open Thursday with a preview party and continue Friday through Sunday. This signature event benefits the National Steeplechase Museum and S.C. Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation. In its third year, the fair has brought hundreds of visitors to Camden while greatly promoting our area as a destination for antiquing, equine sports, visiting historical places and a dose of real Southern hospitality at our local stores and restaurants.

October 16, 2013 | | Camden

LWA: lake area needs more cell phone towers

The Lake Wateree Association (LWA) urged its members and other concerned citizens in an email to attend a Kershaw County Planning and Zoning Commission meeting Monday to let commissioners know more cell phone towers are needed on the lake and in other rural areas of the county.

October 16, 2013 | Haley Atkinson | Kershaw County

Judge Cooper presents life of Mendel L. Smith

The Kershaw County Historical Society will host a special program on the life and career of Medel L. Smith (1870-1934), Camden attorney, Kershaw County legislator, Speaker of the South Carolina House of Representatives and 5th Judicial Circuit Judge. The public is invited to a presentation by G. Thomas Cooper Jr. on Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. at the historic Mills Courthouse at 607 Broad St., in Camden.

October 16, 2013 | | People & Places

Eckford, Holmstrom are new KH board chair, vice chair

Karen Eckford and Dr. Tallulah Holmstrom are the new chair and vice chair, respectively, of the KershawHealth Board of Trustees. Eckford, a vice president of NBSC in Camden, recently completed her first year as a KershawHealth trustee. Holmstrom is an internal medicine physician with Sentinel Health Partners and has served on the board for four years of a six-year term.

October 16, 2013 | Martin L. Cahn | Healthcare

Kershaw County survey currently underway

As part of an effort for Kershaw County Council to better understand what residents are thinking, the county is currently conducting a countywide survey. County Administrator Vic Carpenter said the survey will include phone surveys as well as an online component.

October 16, 2013 | Haley Atkinson | Kershaw County

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