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Dave’s Diary:Study Shows – Post in Anger & Feel Anger Longer

University of Wisconsin researchers say getting it off your chest and getting it on line may be counterproductive.  They report that both reading rant sites and posting on them can bring on negative mood shifts.

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Dave’s Diary: Six Tips For a Great Night’s Sleep

Wake up!  It’s time to celebrate National Sleep Awareness Week -- March 3-10. For me that means a tip of the hat to our friends at Sleep Country USA.  You can find information on how to sleep better online from the National Sleep Foundation. http://www.sleepfoundation.org/

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YVCC to Offer Free Tech Training Opportunities

 

Yakima Valley Community College is offering technology workshops in March. The classes will be student led and are free and open to the public.

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Brian’s Blog: Taking a Break From Facebook Is Understandable

 

A recent Pew survey tells us that 61% of Facebook users having been taking a break from the social networking site. I have continued to use it as usual, but I can understand why some are checking out.

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Taliking About Yakima Magazine on KIT’s Mike Bastinelli Show [AUDIO]

Yakima Magazine is a special publication of the Yakima Herald Republic that’s 100 percent locally written .

Here's how it's described on its website:
Yakima Magazine focuses on the people and places that make the Yakima Valley unique, featuring original stories about local homes and gardens, local entertainment, going out on the town, local food and wine, the outdoors, fun daytrips and interesting places to spend a weekend that aren’t that far away

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Dave’s Diary: Video Vixen has Unfair Lefthanded Advantage

(Netscape) Violent video games are in the news again over concern they may influence the more unstable among us to take up violence ourselves.  What’s a worse threat is a left handed video game player!  Left-handed people are able to think much more quickly when playing computer games and any athletic sport than are their right-handed friends, according to new research from Australia. The BBC News reports that it seems that connections between the left and right sides of the brain are faster in lefties and that makes them more efficient when dealing with multiple stimuli. Which at last provides an excuse for me as to why my wife thrashes me in every video game we have ever played!  We don't play violent games so it is even more embarrassing for something soft and fuzzy to destroy me.

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Dave’s Diary: Smartest Cities List Includes Seattle & Vancouver

 

I get to Seattle maybe every other month so I can’t say I claim Ito be an expert on the Emerald City but I must say I never get the sense that as I coming through the tunnel I am entering the presence of brilliance…and yet, that’s what a new survey would seem to indicate. 

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Brian’s Blog: No iPads in my Kids’ Christmas Stockings

A recent survey reported that 48% of kids ages 6 to 12 would like an iPad in the next 6 months. It's not going to happen at my house.

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Brian’s Blog: Can You Pick a Powerball Winner?

The latest Powerball Jackpot is expected to hit at least $425 million. Can you pick the winner?

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Dave’s Diary-Sniffle & Sneeze Coming On? Pass the Carrots

 

 

Cold and Flu season is here.  Pay attention to your body and as some experts say, the minute you suspect a cold or virus  – check your diet.   While  you can’t eat your way out a cold, what you eat from here on in could help determine the severity and length of your symptoms.

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