By LOGAN HILL of Capital News Service ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Cat owners can be a particular breed. Take Ginny Boveington of Crofton, owner of two tortoise-shell cats adopted from a rescue center in Columbia. When one of her cats needed surgery for crystals building… Read More »Lawmakers Littered With Comments on Cat Declawing Ban Bill
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One of the most emotionally laden and difficult conversations a family can have involves what to do when an older relative can no longer live independently — at least not fully. Most of us want to keep our independence for as long as possible, while… Read More »Can a robot roommate help you care for your aging parent?
He was 84 years old. He was HIV positive. He was in a wheelchair. A year later, he was dead. But on the last day of June, 2019, Larry Kramer, Aids activist extraordinaire, took to the stage in Central Park at the conclusion of the… Read More »After two solid years, have we abandoned our ‘duty of opposition’ to Covid?