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Sun-SentinelSept. 18: Envelopes containing letters and granular substances are sent to NBC News in New York and the New York Post. Both are mailed from Trenton, N.J. Sept. 22: Editorial page assistant at New York Post who opens letters to the editor notices...
Tags: Health, Politics, Anthrax, Diseases and Illnesses, Children
When VJ Sleight’s breast cancer returned last year, she wondered if the unusual recurrence – 23 years after her original diagnosis -- had anything to do with the controversial hCG diet that she had repeatedly followed. The near-starvation...
WGN NewsKilling tumors while sparing healthy tissue. It's the goal of doctors treating cancer patients around the world. Closer to home, a new weapon to fight the disease. It zaps away cancer cells much like traditional radiation, but this treatment's promise...
If asked, most real estate agents will tell you that one of the most commonly asked questions is about the quality and location of the local schools — an important question, to be sure. Don Abrams, of Abrams Coastal Properties on Balboa Island,...
When Stan Long's doctor told him he needed prostate surgery, the unpleasant procedure bothered him less than the part of the price tag he'd be on the hook for: $15,000 for the hospital stay his Medicare plan didn't cover. So Long, who lives in Washington...
I'm cancer-free. At least that's what my last "tumor marker" test showed after a few weeks of intensive treatment with radiation and chemotherapy. The test result caused my oncologist to smile — a rare sight. Call me a skeptic, but I wanted to...
TRAVERSE CITY — Apple growers in the eastern U.S. have a despised enemy known as apple scab — a disease caused by a fungus that forms ugly brown or greenish-black pockmarks on the fruit's skin. A scabby apple is unfit for grocery stores...
email@example.comLindsay Pinieski said she was devastated a little more than a year ago when her husband, Zack, was diagnosed with cancer. But things started to look brighter after chemotherapy treatments drove the disease into remission. The Hagerstown family’...
Tags: Lymphatic System, Health, Health Treatments, Meningitis, Cancer
WGN NewsHiding the scar! Swapping one incision for another. It's a robotic surgery that leaves a scar but not where people can see it. Jennifer Panaro, Robotic Thyroidectomy Patient: "I never felt anything. My primary care physician found it during a general...
Seeing a chance to stop one of the most deadly kinds of cancer before it forms, doctors at Johns Hopkins and at other hospitals around the nation are focusing on the common pancreatic cyst. Up to 20 percent of pancreatic cancer begins as one of these...
Three area hospitals were recognized in a new nationwide survey for their treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender patients. The Human Rights Campaign's Healthcare Equality Index 2011, released last week, cited Advocate Illinois Masonic...
Despite a report that cellphones are possibly carcinogenic, a Dakotas doctor said a link between cellphones and cancer is tenuous at best. In late May, a World Health Organization agency said cellphones are possible cancer-causing agents, putting them...
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