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Published Date: 11/25/2014
Space: the final frontier … "Star Trek" has become one of the greatest franchises in television and movie history. Although the original series only ran for three seasons from 1966-1969, it developed a cult following in reruns and helped usher science fiction into the...
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Published Date: 6/28/2014
Rod Serling's seminal TV anthology series "The Twilight Zone" gave Americans nightmares, as well as something to think about. Using science fiction and horror, Serling held up a mirror to the most unflattering parts of American culture, taking on issues like racism,...
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Published Date: 6/11/2014
Before DeForest Kelley died June 11, 1999, at 79, the actor known best for his portrayal of Dr. Leonard McCoy on the television series Star Trek told an interviewer he hoped his character's catchphrase – "He's dead, Jim” – did not appear on his headstone.
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Published Date: 5/5/2014
If you're not sleeping well, you probably don't need anyone to tell you it's bad for you. Here are 10 science-proven secrets for getting deep sleep.
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Published Date: 5/1/2014
Soap opera legend Helen Wagner kicked off her 13-week contract for "As the World Turns" with her now-famous "good morning, dear." That contract was extended past its original 13 weeks, as Wagner went on to play Nancy Hughes for 54 years. Though she never won an Emmy...
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Published Date: 1/24/2014
If you were to do just one thing to reduce your odds of developing dementia, diabetes, heart disease or obesity, science increasingly says it should be: Move more! Caregiver bonus: Exercise offloads stress and boosts mood, too.
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