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'Sharing Miracles' Television Program to Feature Four-Time World Series Champ Darryl Strawberry

...-of-Famer and Super Bowl Champion Len Dawson, who survived prostate cancer. The new episode debuts August 2. Sharing Miracles airs on Sunday mornings on the following network-affiliated stations: WDCA-TV, Washington, DC, 9 am-9:30 am; WPHL-TV, Philadelphia, PA, 11 am-11:30 am; WUTB-TV, Baltimore, MD...

'Sharing Miracles' Television Program to Feature Legendary Rapper and Popular Actor Ice-T

...Hall-of-Famer and Super Bowl Champion Len Dawson, who survived prostate cancer. The new episode debuts July 5. Sharing Miracles airs on Sunday mornings on the following network-affiliated stations: WDCA-TV (MyTV), Washington, DC, 9 am-9:30 am WPHL-TV (MyTV), Philadelphia, P...

'Sharing Miracles' Television Program to Feature Super Bowl Winner, Hall-of-Famer Mike Ditka

...Hall-of-Famer and Super Bowl Champion Len Dawson, who survived prostate cancer. The new episode debuts June 7. Sharing Miracles airs on Sunday mornings on the following network-affiliated stations: WDCA-TV (MyTV), Washington, DC, 9 am-9:30 am WPHL-TV (MyTV), Philadelphia, PA, 1...

'Sharing Miracles' Television Program Now Airs on More Than 300 Stations

...xiety attacks and Pro Football Hall-of-Famer and Super Bowl Champion Len Dawson, who survived prostate cancer. Sharing Miracles airs on Sunday mornings on the following network-affiliated stations: WDCA-TV (MyTV), Washington, DC, 9 am -9:30 am WPHL-TV (MyTV), Philadelphia, ...

'Sharing Miracles' Television Program to Feature NBA Hall-of-Famer, Scoring Champ Dominique Wilkins

... Hall-of-Famer and Super Bowl Champion Len Dawson, who survived prostate cancer. The new episode debuts May 3. Sharing Miracles airs on Sunday mornings on the following network-affiliated stations: WDCA-TV (MyTV), Washington, DC, 9 am -9:30 am WPHL-TV (MyTV), Philadelphia, ...

Weston United Celebrates Mental Health Month on May 19th

...Board member and co-host Dr. Jennifer Walden, known largely in her role as a Manhattan plastic surgeon and regular guest on Fox News Channel's weekday mornings on the America's Newsroom Health Desk, is an ardent supporter of housing New York's most disenfranchised. States Walden, "Being stripped of hous...

'Sharing Miracles' Television Program to Feature Boston Red Sox Star Pitcher Jon Lester

...all-of-Famer and Super Bowl Champion Len Dawson, who survived prostate cancer. The new episode debuts April 5. Sharing Miracles airs on Sunday mornings on the following network-affiliated stations: WDCA-TV (MyTV), Washington, DC, 9 am-9:30 am WBZ-TV (CBS), Boston, MA, 11:30 am-...

Veteran Health Reporter Named Supervising Producer of Health Corner Television Series

...ly on health. She will serve as supervising producer of the Health Corner Television Series, a Walgreens-sponsored health program which airs on Sunday mornings on Lifetime Network. "It's a pleasure and privilege to bring families valuable information about how they can lead healthier lives," Feldman says...

School-based intervention is a promising model for improving adolescent sleep habits

...t hours on school nights, and 78 percent of students reported a discrepancy of more than two hours in the time when they get out of bed on school-week mornings compared with weekend mornings. These two criteria identified 36 adolescents with delayed sleep timing. The authors report that researchers in o...

'Sharing Miracles' Television Program to Feature UConn Huskies Basketball Coach Jim Calhoun

...all-of-Famer and Super Bowl Champion Len Dawson, who survived prostate cancer. The new episode debuts March 1. Sharing Miracles airs on Sunday mornings on the following network-affiliated stations: WDCA-TV (MyTV), Washington, DC, 9 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. WPHL-TV (MyTV), Philadelphia,...
Mornings in Biological News

UCLA scientists discover ultrasonic communication among frogs

...h a roof and three walls, with one side open. They slept on a wood floor, protected by mosquito nets. Narins was bitten by leeches and woke up several mornings soaked in blood. They ate noodles and peanut butter. "It was a huge adventure, and so exciting to study the animals in their habitat," Arch said. ...

Smoke smudges Mexico City's air, chemists identify sources

... you live nearby, you still breathe air with concentrated pollutants. Aerosols with the chemical signature of incinerated waste peaked most weekday mornings during the 20-day study period, the team reports in the early online edition of Environmental Science and Technology . From the top of a building in ...

Marines land at UO, leave with plans to wear Oregon-made training suits

...nipulated to mimic two common training periods: either cool and humid early mornings (45 degrees Fahrenheit and 70-80 percent relative humidity) or warm and humid late mornings (55 degrees and 40-65 percent relative humidity). The UO's state-of-the-...

Birds found to plan for the future

...re slim pickings. The researchers at the University of Cambridge believe this is the first known example of future planning in animals. On alternate mornings eight jays were given breakfast in one compartment or refused breakfast in another, before being allowed free access to food the rest of the day. On t...
Mornings in Biological Technology

The Changing Face of Work (and Play)

...happen when they need to happen, too. Take the kids to school and stay for show-and-tell. Schedule a dentist appointment mid-afternoon. Spend Thursday mornings helping an elderly parent. Certainly, work schedules will need accommodating, and so, too, will vacations, errands, kids, and partners. There's no tim...

Midwest Investment Bank Piper Jaffray Resurges in New York City

...IPO season initiated last week with the successful IPO of Eyetech Pharmaceuticals, a New York-based ophthalmology biotech company. According to Monday mornings Wall Street Journal, the Eyetech IPO was strong enough that underwriters Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley were able to price the deal higher than anti...

Women in technology confab comes to Wisconsin

...rts and tee shirts" alternative to the traditional conference Camp WorldWIT , starting Thursday afternoon and lasting until Sunday, with yoga in the mornings and two full days of seminars and workshops. "Everybody has fond memories of summer camp. ... Your physical surroundings and the things that you're...

'Blawg' use in law firms is on the rise

... Chewning would agree that blogging could become a time-consuming activity, with little or no financial reward. And despite this, he spends the early mornings checking the newspapers, case law updates, and emails and posting to his blog. "It's an outlet more than anything, Chewning says. "The only reason...

Health-care eyes focus on San Francisco, war of the stents

...s for its own growing cardiovascular stent business. According to Monday mornings Wall Street Journal , Abbott offered $3.8 billion as an upfront payment wi...s. First of all, 16 of the Dows 30 stocks fell in 2005, according to Monday mornings Chicago Tribune . Leading the downward charge and having a great impact on...

Rocket docket speeds patent infringement suits

...early as 6:30 a.m. in Shabaz's courtroom and 7:30 a.m. in Crabb's. Participants who appear before either judge would do well to eat hearty breakfasts. mornings are long, with lunch breaks often postponed, some as late as 2:30 p.m. Never slaves to the 9 to 5 hours kept in some courts, Shabaz and Crabb abhor...
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