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Worried about your forgetfulness? This Harvard-trained neuroscientist may put you at ease.


What, you lost your glasses — again? And you have no idea where you parked your car? And the name of your favorite sitcom — it's on the tip of your tongue, but you just can't quite remember it? Fear not. Such minor forgetfulness is pretty normal, neuroscientist Lisa...

Tony Hawk: On pulling off his last Ollie 540, showing off mistakes and the truth about 'Gleaming the Cube'

Geoff Edgers (top) and Tony Hawk on Edgers's weekly Instagram Live show,

"One of the silver linings of the craziness of the last year is that I've been mostly in one place and able to skate more regularly than ever. That has kind of fine-tuned my style."

If you're afraid of reentering the world, exposure therapy may help

Now that more people are getting vaccinated, many of my patients are fretting about how they will reenter public life after having avoided it for a year.

How the pandemic has changed cleaning

As senior vice president and chief spokesperson at the American Cleaning Institute, Brian Sansoni has been on top of the changes in the way America cleans because of the coronavirus pandemic. (American Cleaning Institute)

Brian Sansoni has had a very busy year. As senior vice president and chief spokesperson at the American Cleaning Institute, he has been on top of the changes in the way America cleans because of the coronavirus pandemic. Among the institute's 140-plus member companies are the manufacturers...

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Whistler's father

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