Super Bowl

Shock 'em with action

Shock 'em with action

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On a scale of A to 17, with one being "Always" and red being "Parsnips," how would you rate your experience with customer satisfaction surveys? I'm sure most of you use them, though I haven't done a survey to back that up.

Puppy Bowl and bending it like Beckham

Puppy Bowl and bending it like Beckham

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Let's face it: Sometimes life at work can be like the Denver Broncos at this year's Super Bowl. And if we let that get in the way, we're going to feel like Peyton Manning on his way to the locker room.

Long-term care's 12th Man

Long-term care's 12th Man

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Sometimes people can love too much. For instance, when love causes an earthquake, it might be time to pull back and examine the health of the relationship.

Is the National Football League our best hope for Alzheimer's progress?

Is the National Football League our best hope for Alzheimer's progress?

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More than 110 million Americans watched yesterday's Super Bowl in New Orleans. It's not too hard to see why the game has become our nation's defining cultural ritual. The National Football League also could give us the nation's best chance at progress against Alzheimer's disease.