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Searching for a vaccine for decades, a new immunization shows progress in stopping HIV. The possible vaccine is considered a "mosaic," attacking the many varying strains that develop in different people. Although researchers are cautious, early results at least show progress for the long-needed vaccine.

When you think of using promotional products to help market your business, most often you think of using them for tradeshows, conventions and in and around the holiday season/New Years. In fact, th…

With the best of intentions, many parents get into the habit of repressing what they are feeling - bottling up their annoyance and frustration in an attempt to indulge their children's needs, energy, and enthusiasm, or to handle their bad behaviour with grace.

How to help young children develop strong social skills- detailed tips from Dr. Tali Shenfield on developing social skills.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A Superior Court Judge on Friday ordered embattled East Providence Councilman Brian J. Faria to return more than 250 documents

On July 16, 2018, the U.S. Treasury Department released Revenue Procedure 2018-38, which no longer requires certain tax-exempt organizations formed...

Lois Conley of St. Louis grew up in Mill Creek Valley, where everything was in walking distance, and neighbors kept a close eye on each others’ children.

The U.S. Department of Treasury recently published the names of individuals who renounced their U.S. citizenship or terminated their long-term U.S. residency during the third quarter of 2017.

HANOVER, Mass. — Joseph Comperchio said his brother-in-law Sgt. Michael Chesna worshiped Boston sports teams, and he had tattoos proving his

With the Trump administration set to weaken Obama-era fuel economy standards for passenger cars and trucks, a chasm is opening between red and blue states.

By: Liz Tufts Email: BLOCK ISLAND, RI (WLNE) - A brave girl on Block Island was caught on camera rescuing a stranded baby shark. Ali Twachtman carefully tip-toed over the rocks ...

Jim Bachor (previously) has been filling potholes with mosaics in Chicago and beyond for the last five years, combining his art practice with public service to create popsicles, flowers, and the Chicago city flag. The cheeky creations are one part beautification, one part nudge to city infrastructur

It’s notoriously tricky to untangle symptoms of ADHD from symptoms of another condition like anxiety or depression – especially in people who have both ADHD and the other condition. From the outside, some symptoms of these conditions can appear similar....

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Head to Bowen's or Bannister's Wharf for shopping, book a sail on a schooner, enjoy a relaxing lunch and, of course, tour a mansion.

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code has got cracking on the bad loans problem of the Indian banking system, but can it clean up the mess?

Elite Physical Therapy celebrates its 16th Anniversary this year! We invite you to call and schedule a complimentary Healthy Check-up for a Musculoskeletal Assessment Screening, healthy advice, and a new home exercise program.

Rhode Island can only thrive if its elected officials grasp that the state needs an economy. Jobs not only give citizens a means to provide for themselves

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"There's no doubt that our biggest problem right now is that we can't meet the pent-up demand for housing," association president Joe Luca said.

For the youth of Providence who sport a fashionable tab on their library cards, all is forgiven- come back to the library.On Monday, Providence Community Library announced they will eliminate overdue fines on all children and young adult materials in the h

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By: News Staff Email: WARWICK, RI (WLNE) – A Woonsocket woman has been arrested for the second time, for drunk driving, erratic driving, with children in the car. Police say 41-yea...

PROVIDENCE, RI (WLNE) – Local union nurses plan on walking out Monday afternoon as part of a strike...The United Nurses and Allied Professionals (UNAP) have denied a final contract offer from Lifes...

Debbie Guhl on March 18, 2017 14:14 Radio today from 1-4 pm. Salvation and momentary relief from the angst of The Orange Menace. We will...
Steve Di Costanzo on March 16, 2017 16:57 The President’s budget proposes eliminating public media funding. Without this critical seed fund...

Here's how to clean your dryer vent from the pros at Consumer Reports. A neglected clothes dryer might work inefficiently and, worse yet, can pose a fire danger.

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We know that immune systems weaken as we age, but a common disease appears to change that problem. Cytomegalovirus, or CMV, increase the white blood cells in a person as they get older, according to a recent study. Researchers hope that the new information about CMV could also help us improve vaccines.

"Over the last three, three-and-a-half weeks, I've snap trapped and killed 13 of them," he said. "The largest ones I caught were probably 12- to 14-inches long."