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These Things Can Make You More Sensitive to the Sun
Sun sensitivity isn't exactly a pleasant thing. It can be incredibly uncomfortable to deal with a persistent sunburn. The sun can be a problem for things beyond just irritating burns as well. It can also be a big issue for people who have concerns about aging.

Prolonged exposure to the sun can make people more prone to early signs of aging such as wrinkles, sun spots and fine lines.

Taliban Announce Spring Offensive, Dismisses Peace Overtures


By James Mackenzie

KABUL (Reuters) - The Taliban announced the start of its annual spring offensive on Wednesday, dismissing an offer for peace talks by President Ashraf Ghani and saying it will focus on U.S. forces in Afghanistan.

The announcement of the Al Khandaq campaign, named after the so-called Battle of the Trench, fought by the Prophet Mohammad to defend the city of Medina in the early days of Islam, marks the symbolic start of the fighting season.

Former California Policeman Arrested in 'Golden State' Serial Killer Case


By Fred Greaves

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - An elderly ex-policeman has been arrested and charged with four murders attributed to the Golden State Killer, a serial criminal responsible for dozens of rapes and slayings that terrorized parts of California during the 1970s and 1980s, authorities said on Wednesday.

Friends or Not, France's Macron Challenges Trump in Congress Speech


By Patricia Zengerle and Marine Pennetier

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A day after flaunting his friendship with Donald Trump, French President Emmanuel Macron forcefully challenged many of the U.S. president's policies on Wednesday, urging the United States to engage more with the world, step up the fight against climate change and stay in the Iran nuclear pact for now.

Thursday Will See Rain and Storms Strike the Deep South and Southeast

The rain and storms which have been working their way across the Deep South over the last couple of days will make their way to the Southeast on Thursday with temperatures remaining above-average for much of the day for most of the nation.
Smaller bands of rain and storms will also be possible throughout the Midwest and Great Lakes region with a third area of rain pushing into the extreme northeast over the course of Thursday.

Managing Asthma: What to Know

Asthma afflicts about 25 million people in the United States. For many people it is a chronic disease, which means they live with it for years. Because of its chronic nature, asthma needs to be managed so that the patient can live as full a life as possible. Here are some ways to manage asthma:

Set Up an Action Plan

The asthma patient should set up an action plan with their doctor.

Millennials Turn to Parents to Navigate Money Milestones


By Andrea Januta

April 25 (Reuters) - - Amanda Farris got an ATM card from her father when she was about 13. Her dad told her to treat it like cash and taught her how to tap her allowance and the money she made working odd jobs.

Now, at 25, Farris and her husband are fully independent financially from their parents.

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