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Send your Valentines to Loveland

Now that we've rounded the new year's corner, Valentine's Day will soon be here.

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Cowboy hat could be official headgear of Texas

While official state mottoes, birds, flowers, and trees are common, Texas would be the first with an official hat.

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Middle aged? The CDC says you’re most likely to die from drinking

It's not college students, but rather middle-aged Americans, who are most likely to die from drinking too much.

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DASH named best diet for fifth straight year

Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig, and the Mayo Clinic Diet all earned high marks as well.

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Girl Scouts start new year with new cookies, technology

Girl Scouts is launching three new cookie flavors, including two that are Gluten-free!

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Strangers flock to Facebook ‘Doggies’ event

An online call for pet photos has gone viral, helping an Arizona teen keep his spirits up while battling cancer.

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Zuckerberg putting more ‘books’ in Facebook

The Facebook founder has vowed to read a book every other week in 2015.

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Standup desks coax office workers back on their feet

Advocates of workplace wellness hope 2015 will be the year that standup desks will reconfigure the modern cubicle.

National Institutes of Health’s National Cancer Institute Director Harold Varmus, testifies before a Senate Special Committee on Aging hearing to examine the fight against cancer, focusing on challenges, progress, and promise, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 7, 2014.

U.S. cancer deaths fell 22 percent since 1991

More than 1.5 million Americans avoided death from cancer since 1991 thanks to falling smoking rates and better cancer prevention, detection and treatments.

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Hangover ‘cure’ elusive but symptom relief fizzles and flows

There are drinks, tablets, and home-made remedies, but a quick hangover cure remains elusive.

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New Year’s resolutions more procrastination than motivation

Losing weight is among the top five resolutions each year, but most of winter’s great expectations wither by spring.

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In-store pickup isn’t a time saver

It turns out that picking up online purchases inside a brick-and-mortar store isn't really convenient.

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Yoga may be as heart-healthy as aerobics

Those downward dogs could be as good for the heart as cycling, according to a new review of existing research.

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Southern Maine Could See 2 Feet of Snow, 50 MPH Gusts

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Parts of southern Maine will see 2 feet of snow as wind gusts up to 50 mph and frigid temperatures make for a dangerous winter storm.

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Maine's utility companies are preparing to deploy their forces in case the powerful snowstorm knocks out power to homes and businesses.

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Harvard Faculty Member Named Bowdoin College President

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A faculty member at the Harvard Business School will become the new president of Maine's Bowdoin College.

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UMaine System to Consolidate Administrators

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The chancellor of the University of Maine system is launching a campaign to streamline its seven-campus system by consolidating administrative functions.

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Maine Looking to License Elver Exporters

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Maine fisheries regulators say the state should license elver exporters as part of the state's effort to tighten oversight of the fishery.

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