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RI Hospital Cardiologist Heads Bariatric Surgery Study

Thursday, July 21, 2011

A new study by researchers from Rhode Island Hospital has found that a standard test utilized as a pre-op workup for weight reduction surgery may not be necessary. The research on stress testing with myocardial perfusion imaging is published in the Journal of Nuclear Cardiology.

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Good is Good: How to Stay Loose (In Tight Situations)

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Since I was a kid, I have always been fascinated with the concept of poise—the paradox of relaxation under great duress. How does one learn to relax when every instinct in your body tells you to tighten up? Does relaxation in this case really mean relaxation? Or is it some altered state where your body is loose, but your mind is in a heightened state of awareness?

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Your Weekly Group Buy: Wooly Fair

Thursday, July 21, 2011

It is the craziest, coolest day and night of food, games, live music, and spontaneous theater. From the heart and soul of Providence's art community, it's Wooly Fair at Providence's Steel Yard, and this year's theme, To the Moon!, is set to be a wild spectacle of galactic proportions.

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Marshon Brooks Impresses At Nike Pro-City League In NYC

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Former PC Friar Marshon Brooks showed basketball fans in the Big Apple what he is capable of at the Nike Pro-City League giving New Jersey Nets fans hope for their first round draft pick.

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Red Sox Report: Ellsbury Has Last Laugh!

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Where are all of the nitwits who criticized Jacoby Ellsbury now?  And the Sox are reportedly among the leaders in the Carlos Beltran sweepstakes meaning JD Drew may be gone soon.

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NEW: PGA.com Names RI Golf Course in Top 10

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Rhode Island's Newport National Golf Club has been named by editors at PGA.com as one of the Top 9 (get it?) links-style courses in the US.

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BREAKING: Myra Kraft Passes

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Myra Kraft, wife of New England Patriots and Revolution owner Robert Kraft, passed away Wednesday morning following a battle with cancer.

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Providence’s Youth Leadership Academy: New Initiative for Local Teens

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Stephen O'Rourke thinks some good, old-fashioned manners and social skills are in order for Providence youth, and BankRI agrees. BankRI has joined with the Providence Housing Authority (PHA), where O'Rourke is Executive Director, to collaborate with the North American Family Institute (NAFI) to establish a Youth Leadership Academy in Providence. The goal? Mentor urban teens in the skills they can employ to further their aspirations.

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Seen: Eric Clapton, James Woods, & More

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Block Island continues to take the lowest low-key of attitudes even during peak season, so why wouldn't rock superstar Eric Clapton pick it for some quiet summer hang-out time? Word on the island is that Clapton was hanging out on one of the larger boats moored in the Great Salt Pond, and may have come ashore at Payne's Dock. He's got us on our knees, no matter what...

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Local Experts on National Sex Study: Men Want to Cuddle

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Despite the stereotypes or clichés gleaned from a romantic comedy, men need cuddling in order to find satisfaction in marriage. This from an international study by the Kinsey Institute at Indiana, recently published in the journal, Archives of Sexual Behavior.

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