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For ‘reformed’ shopaholic’ joy no small order

For the past six months, I have been meditating on being less of a consumer, spending money and buying things.

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Small steps lead to healthy lifestyle

 

Plop goes a cherry tomato into 9-year-old Malcolm Robins’s mouth. “I always thought this wouldn’t taste good, but now I find out that it has ‘nutrients’ my body needs … and it is very, very good.”

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The art of being a promoter

Our series – The Art of being a Promoter – this week features a conversation with Julius Lewis, who wrote and the recently released movie “N-Secure.”

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Will long lines sink photo ID law?

Getting a driver’s license in Tennessee is a test of skill and endurance, but I’m not talking about the road test or written exam, I’m talking about the crazy long lines.

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UTHSC lands nursing workforce diversity funds

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded the University of Tennessee Health Science Center $269,012 for nursing workforce diversity.

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