Health. Breakup Girl to the Rescue. Part 2

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Breakup Girl to the Rescue!, Harris’ latest endeavor is what she considers a, “collector’s edition of the Breakup Girl website.” While the book mirrors the themes and the format of the website, featuring comic strip pieces and letters which Harris answers with her usual witty tone, Harris points out that the material is unique to the book, not taken from the site.

Health. Breakup Girl to the Rescue. Part 1

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May
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Superhero, website guru, author, an animated series, a live TV spot and…stand up comedienne? Lynn Harris, Breakup Girl’s alter ego manages all this and took the time to talk to Alice about her new book Breakup Girl to the Rescue! and to fill us in on all the exciting opportunities that have come her way since launching Breakupgirl.com in November 1997, the website that started it all.

Sons and ‘Daughters’

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May
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I have seen the future and I really like it. My oldest son, Justin, has a lovely girlfriend named Stacey who has softened his edges in the way no mother ever can. Stacy can get him to join a group and fully participate. She can ask him to be kinder and gentler to his family. Even more importantly, she can show him how to be considerate of others.

Benign Brain Tumor Triggers Fits. Part 2

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May
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One woman, a 34-year-old whose daily “giggling attacks” began at age 4, described the symptom as a “tickling inside my head” that could be suppressed. By age 25, these episodes would sometimes be followed by a seizure. Drugs have reduced seizure frequency, but the woman still has 10- to 15-second bouts of suppressed giggling up to 10 times daily.

Benign Brain Tumor Triggers Fits. Part 1

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May
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While a growth on the brain is no laughing matter, one type of tumor-like mass may trigger mild epileptic seizures and also give patients the giggles, Australian doctors report.

Women and Heart Disease

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May
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Heart disease is not just a problem for men; it’s the No. 1 cause of death for women. It’s easy to misinterpret or ignore the symptoms, so pay attention to these early warning signs:

Learning about Stroke

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May
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The most important person in your health care is you. You can help protect yourself from stroke by learning all about it. Turn to the following resources for help: