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Bella English

English is a feature writer for the Globe, and writes a column for the Globe South section. She joined the Globe in 1985. A graduate of the University of North Carolina and Columbia Journalism School, English also worked at the Miami Herald and the New York Daily News.

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A quieter, calmer ‘Lion King’ thrills autistic audience

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The “autism-friendly” performance in Boston is among a growing number of such theater productions nationwide.

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A disease where progress is marked by nods and blinks

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Miller Fisher syndrome is characterized by abnormal muscle coordination, paralysis of the eye muscles, and absence of tendon reflexes.

Happier ending for dying pets and their owners

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New England hospice provides care for ailing animals and comfort for owners amid a rise in pet services.

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In Weymouth, parishioners celebrate vigil’s 10th anniversary

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Could it really be 10 years since parishioners at St. Albert the Great refused to leave the church after the archdiocese pronounced it closed?