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Referees Struggle Amid Growing Hostility

SPORTS | By Kurt Voigt | Nov 26
In a two-year span, referees in Utah and Michigan died after they were punched by angry players during games. In September, two San Antonio football players blindsided a referee on purpose.

Travel New and Now: Hanukkah, Cyber Monday, & Big Sky

By Beth J. Harpaz | Nov 26
An odd assortment of what's happening in the world of travel this holiday season.

6 Easy Tips to Gain Weight This Holiday Season!

Green Mountain at Fox Run offers EDGE readers some insider perspective on the real truths around holiday eating habits.

Surgery Could Give Transwomen Wombs Within Five Years

FAMILY | By EDGE | Nov 26
After the Cleveland Clinic announced last week that they are performing uterus transplant surgery on women born without a womb or whose uterus is diseased or malfunctioning, many have asked if transwomen or men will be able to give birth.

Ditch Thanksgiving Stress With These Tips

HEALTH | Nov 26
For most people, the holidays are a little bit stressful. And for those who are already struggling day-to-day with chronic pain or fibromyalgia, the added holiday stresses can actually trigger a flare of pain symptoms.

Older Workers Seeking Options for Reducing Hours on the Job

CORPORATE | By Adam Allington | Nov 26
Some workers just want a gradual transition, whether for financial reasons or just to keep working jobs where they can still contribute and help train the next generation.

Big Premium Increases Foreseen for Medicare Drug Plan

FINANCE | By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | Nov 26
With time running out on open enrollment season, many seniors are facing sharply higher premiums for Medicare's popular prescription drug program.

Nevada Issues Health Guidelines for Cryotherapy

SCIENCE | By Sally Ho | Nov 26
Nevada has created health guidelines for cryotherapy after a Las Vegas spa worker was found dead in a tank that subjects users to subzero temperatures.

After Years of Delays, Palestinians Get High-Speed Mobile

PERSONAL TECH | By Mohammed Daraghmeh and Daniella Cheslow | Nov 26
Political science lecturer Amjad Abu el-Ez lived in London and Dubai for 17 years before returning home in 2014 to teach in the northern West Bank city of Nablus.

Syrian Family Starts New Life in Texas Amid Refugee Tension

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is doubling down on his stance against accepting Syrian refugees after the Paris terror attacks.

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