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By Sarah Kickler Kelber and The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2012
Occasionally my nearly-4-year-old son catches me flat-footed with unintentionally loaded questions. Especially right now, when his brain is going a mile a minute, and he wants explanations for just about everything he can think of. Yesterday morning was just another example. I told him we could go downstairs as soon as I got my makeup on. He wandered into the bathroom, looked up at me and said, “Mommy, what's makeup for?” My brain clogged with too many possible answers.
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By Sarah Kickler Kelber and The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2012
Occasionally my nearly-4-year-old son catches me flat-footed with unintentionally loaded questions. Especially right now, when his brain is going a mile a minute, and he wants explanations for just about everything he can think of. Yesterday morning was just another example. I told him we could go downstairs as soon as I got my makeup on. He wandered into the bathroom, looked up at me and said, “Mommy, what's makeup for?” My brain clogged with too many possible answers.
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By Maria Blackburn and By Maria Blackburn,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 14, 2004
LET IT RAIN, LET IT RAIN We know, we know -- when it rains you're supposed to let your smile be your umbrella. Nice idea ... if you like getting wet. No, when it rains we'd prefer to let our umbrella be our umbrella. That is, when we can find it, open it without getting soaked and remember to take it with us when we leave. Totes' new Clip-n-go 'brella is small and sleek and comes in a case that clips onto your handbag, gym bag or briefcase. Which means you have no excuse not to remember your umbrella.
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By Laura Vozzella, The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2010
Lisa Kurts works out five days a week, eats right and stays out of the sun. Her beauty regimen gets more complicated from there, with injections, creams and prescription medication — much of it aimed at enhancing the beauty of her eyes. "Your eyes stand out," said Kurts, 44, of Millers Island, a regular at BE Lifestyle Luxury Medspa in Towson who uses high-end eye creams and a prescription eyelash-growing medication and has had Botox and Juvederm injections around the eyes. "I try to make them look as young as possible.
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By JUDY FORMAN | October 28, 2005
How often can you safely whiten your teeth? It's not fully clear, but once or twice a year seems to cause no problems, said Dr. Dan Nathanson, chair of the department of restorative sciences and biomaterials at the Boston University School of Dental Medicine. "No one has shown categorically that there is a danger in doing it too much, but we are cautious. It's probably not good to be a whitening addict," he said. The basic ingredient in tooth-whitening gels, whether administered in a dentist's office or at home, is hydrogen peroxide, which penetrates both the porous enamel on the outside of the tooth and the inner layer of dentin, lightening the tooth as it goes.
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By JILL ROSEN and JILL ROSEN,SUN REPORTER | February 3, 2006
The man driving the attempt to outlaw gay marriage in Maryland is comfortable on the fringe and in the spotlight. Del. Donald H. Dwyer Jr., an Anne Arundel County Republican, barreled into the State House three years ago, in his words, throwing "grenades." He has tossed them strategically ever since. "You're either going to like me or you're not going to like me," he told The Sun a year into his first term. "You're not going to be unsure because you don't know who I am." The Glen Burnie resident has been as good as his word.
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By Laura Vozzella, The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2010
Lisa Kurts works out five days a week, eats right and stays out of the sun. Her beauty regimen gets more complicated from there, with injections, creams and prescription medication — much of it aimed at enhancing the beauty of her eyes. "Your eyes stand out," said Kurts, 44, of Millers Island, a regular at BE Lifestyle Luxury Medspa in Towson who uses high-end eye creams and a prescription eyelash-growing medication and has had Botox and Juvederm injections around the eyes. "I try to make them look as young as possible.
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By Ellen Gamerman and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | July 21, 2000
NEW YORK -- It took Paul Kothari 24 hours to become an official American capitalist. The online Wall Street publication he helped build, TheStreet.com, went public the morning of May 11, 1999, its stock value soaring in frenzied trading. That afternoon, a far-richer Kothari left the trading-floor excitement, climbed into a waiting car and arrived at a crowded immigration office in Newark, N.J., where the Indian immigrant promptly took an oath to become a U.S. citizen. Since his first weekend in the United States in 1976, when he watched the bicentennial fireworks over the Washington Monument, Kothari has been waiting for his wild ride on Wall Street.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | July 23, 2007
I had the opportunity to sit down with Cal Ripken Jr. on Saturday during his 5K run at Ripken Stadium. He found a tiny office inside the ballpark that, while hardly comfortable, provided a rare chance for him to relax. The man looks exhausted. He has dark circles under his eyes that would cut the glare from the sun while trying to catch a pop-up. But he keeps pushing forward. The demands on his time are unreal, but he's used to it. "I guess you could look at it in the context of working out and lifting and running doesn't compare from a physical standpoint, but it certainly feels like it," he said.
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By Barbara Abercrombie | October 30, 2002
SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- I recently came across a movie on television in which a very beautiful, classy actress looked really terrible because she wasn't wearing any makeup and had serious dark circles under her eyes. But she seemed pretty spunky as she told her children she was, well, ill. The minute an actress appears without makeup, has circles under her eyes and is acting spunky, you can bet one thing: She's going to die of cancer by the end of the movie. This is such a clichM-i that when I was told I had breast cancer five years ago it felt as if I'd stepped into a bad movie and would soon get dark circles under my eyes and have to act spunky about the whole thing.
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By JILL ROSEN and JILL ROSEN,SUN REPORTER | February 3, 2006
The man driving the attempt to outlaw gay marriage in Maryland is comfortable on the fringe and in the spotlight. Del. Donald H. Dwyer Jr., an Anne Arundel County Republican, barreled into the State House three years ago, in his words, throwing "grenades." He has tossed them strategically ever since. "You're either going to like me or you're not going to like me," he told The Sun a year into his first term. "You're not going to be unsure because you don't know who I am." The Glen Burnie resident has been as good as his word.
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By JUDY FORMAN | October 28, 2005
How often can you safely whiten your teeth? It's not fully clear, but once or twice a year seems to cause no problems, said Dr. Dan Nathanson, chair of the department of restorative sciences and biomaterials at the Boston University School of Dental Medicine. "No one has shown categorically that there is a danger in doing it too much, but we are cautious. It's probably not good to be a whitening addict," he said. The basic ingredient in tooth-whitening gels, whether administered in a dentist's office or at home, is hydrogen peroxide, which penetrates both the porous enamel on the outside of the tooth and the inner layer of dentin, lightening the tooth as it goes.
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By Maria Blackburn and By Maria Blackburn,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 14, 2004
LET IT RAIN, LET IT RAIN We know, we know -- when it rains you're supposed to let your smile be your umbrella. Nice idea ... if you like getting wet. No, when it rains we'd prefer to let our umbrella be our umbrella. That is, when we can find it, open it without getting soaked and remember to take it with us when we leave. Totes' new Clip-n-go 'brella is small and sleek and comes in a case that clips onto your handbag, gym bag or briefcase. Which means you have no excuse not to remember your umbrella.
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By Dr. Modena Wilson and Dr. Alain Joffe | September 17, 1991
Q: I have a 2-year-old daughter who scratches her nose a lot. She also wakes up with a bloody nose. Is it allergies? What should I do?A: An itchy nose can be a sign of nasal allergy, or allergic rhinitis. A child who is bothered by such allergies frequently rubs her nose often enough and vigorously enough to create a crease a little way up from the tip at the place the bony part of the nose begins. Bloody noses are also common with allergies, because the lining of the nose, which has many, many blood vessels very close to the surface, is constantly irritated.
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By New York Times News Service | October 21, 1992
BONN, Germany -- Police said yesterday that Petra Kelly, founder of the nation's Green Party and a leading figure in its peace and anti-nuclear movements, was shot and killed by her longtime companion, who then took his own life.The bodies of Miss Kelly, 44, and her companion, Gert Bastian, a 69-year-old former major general in the West German army, were found Monday night in the modest row house they rented in a working-class suburb of Bonn."We must assume, based on evidence and expert opinion, that Kelly was shot and Bastian shot himself afterward," said Harmut Otto, chief of the Bonn police.
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