Imperial Valley News
Imperial, California - As the coaching hiring season gets underway, there always seems to be a lot of focus on the “flavor of the month” hot offensive or defensive coordinators from Power Five programs. Pretty much any coordinator whose team is in the hunt for a spot in the national playoff will get a lot of attention. Some are deserved, some not. My advice for ADs is to take a hard look at what I call “grinders”. These are coaches who have worked hard, kept their heads down and in many cases intentionally avoided the media spotlight.
Santa Clara, California - In professional wrestling, WrestleMania is the equivalent to the Super Bowl, World Series, NBA Finals, and Stanley Cup Championship. Each year, the event brings the biggest celebrities and the biggest stars to the ring for the greatest night of the year for wrestling fans. Over the years, some of the most legendary performers like The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Kurt Angle, Hulk Hogan, and Ric Flair have competed in the center of the ring, while celebrities like Pamela Anderson, Mr. T, Pete Rose, and more have taken part in the festivities.
New York, New York - Four-time World Heavyweight Boxing Champion Evander Holyfield is suiting up and getting back in the ring – this time to champion better sounding music downloads.
Dallas, Texas - Popular commercial diets can help you lose some weight in the short term, but keeping the weight off after the first year and the diet’s impact on heart health are unclear, according to a study published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, an American Heart Association journal.
Atlanta, Georgia - Half of all premature deaths from colorectal cancer (described as deaths in people ages 25 to 64) in the United States are linked to ethnic, socioeconomic, and geographic inequalities, and therefore could be prevented according to a new study by American Cancer Society researchers. The report, which appears in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, found more preventable deaths occur in southern states than in northern and western states, but that in virtually all states those with the least education had significantly higher colorectal cancer death rates.
Washington, DC - Certain sunscreen chemicals used to protect against ultraviolent rays may impair men’s ability to father children in a timely manner, according to a study by the National Institutes of Health and the New York state Department of Health’s Wadsworth Center. But the researchers caution that the results are preliminary and that additional studies are needed to confirm their findings.