Researchers at Princeton University have the technology - they can't make you stronger or faster, but they can print out what they call a 'bionic ear.'
- Some weird and wonderful gift ideas Tis the season that all the newsrooms around the nation are getting inundated with a flurry of press releases offering great gift ideas.
Idioms highlighted at Project 308's first photo exhibit
In more than a year of operation at the small gallery space on Oliver Street, the Project 308 Gallery hasn't played host to solo exhibit entirely comprised of photographs. All of that will change Saturday when Buffalo State College photography student Kristen Snyder takes over the gallery's walls with 20 of her "quirky," perhaps humorous, photographs are part of her senior thesis show, "Don't Take Things So Literally."
- What to get the book-lover on your holiday list But here's a great suggestion: books! Books are cost-effective. They're like taking a trip without going anywhere. They give and give again, and they're share-able. What more could you want to give?
- DOUBLE TROUBLE: The awesome power of words -- sort of I'm sure this comes as no surprise -- look at what I do for a living, after all -- but I'm a firm believer in the power of words. Their power to illuminate. To make people feel. To make them think.
- SIMPLY GLUTEN-FREE: Try these kid-friendly gluten-free tips This recipe for gluten free crispy chicken wings uses many of these tips. Choose a gluten-free barbecue sauce that is not too spicy for the kids and I think you will find this recipe is a winner for everyone.
- MUSIC NOTES: The day Lennon died not to be forgotten
- PINSPIRED: Don't eat the yellow snow (dough) Cloud dough is a Pinterest favorite. I see it a lot in the "kids" category, in every scent from "cotton candy" to "eucalyptus" (really), purporting to be like the commercial Moon Dough, but cheaper and easy to make at home.
- Three local nurses share memories of nursing school. They'll never forget nursing school. They consider themselves lucky to have survived it.â€©â€©But, they have always delighted in remembering the stories, such as struggling to give a bed bath to an unresponsive patient who, it turned out, had already died. Then there was the cadaver dropped by several young nurses-to-be as they tried to carry it down stairs during a power outage. Then there was the problem with the mislaid girdle ...
- FIT FOR LIFE: Strategies to help avoid common holiday pitfalls During the last month of the year it's easy to fall victim to the sweet treats and rich, fatty foods made available to celebrate the upcoming holidays. Here are some ideas on how to avoid putting on the pounds this season:
- CRITTER COMPANIONS: Train birds? Get certified At this time 23 trainers have been awarded the CPBT-KA credential. The organization looks forward to that number increasing over the next year or two as the program becomes better known. Currently two facilities have included the IATCB examinations in their staff professional development programs one of which being the San Diego Zoo.
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