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Weekday Sportsbeat co-host and Irish football beat reporter for the South Bend Tribune Eric Hansen is reporting that Notre Dame tight end Mike Ragone was taken to a local hospital Wednesday after suffering "a heat illness" during practice. Hansen says...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDENNY CRANE calls it "mad cow," but viewers of "Boston Legal" know William Shatner's character is in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. Another character on the show, Jerry Espenson (played by Christian Clemenson), has strange tics, can't keep his...
Tags: William Shatner, Justice System, Family, Tony Shalhoub, Lawyers
After years of research, professional infighting and maneuvering from various interest groups, the nation's psychiatrists Tuesday unveiled proposed changes to the manual used to diagnose and treat mental disorders around the world. The draft document,...
The federal government and virtually all public health agencies oppose consumption of raw milk because it can carry dangerous bacteria such as E. coli 0157:H7, listeria and campylobacter. In March, 13 people in Michigan were sickened by campylobacter in...
Tags: Death, Clubs and Associations, Animals, Addison, Politics
(Click on "What we found" to read the original Tribune investigation.) Lake County's DNA doubts What we found: In December 2008, the Tribune detailed how Lake County prosecutors were pressing ahead on three cases, including one against Jerry Hobbs,...
Tags: Michael Hawthorne, Eyes and Vision, DNA, Pies and Tarts, Finance
On a rainy afternoon in a cramped trailer, the five homemakers listened as state officials with clipboards asked personal questions: Did they or their husbands smoke, drink or take illicit drugs? Had they been exposed to pesticides or other toxic...
Inside Chicago's Maxwell Manor nursing home, Dr. Michael Reinstein's patients suffered from side effects so severe that they trembled, hallucinated or lost control of their bladders. Staffers told state investigators that so many patients were...
Tags: Prosecution, Finance, Long Term Care, Gaming, Pharmaceuticals
Chicago TribuneThere is now a partial answer to one of the most controversial questions in medicine: whether men should get blood tests that screen for prostate cancer. Experts say a new study shows that for men likely to die within 10 years - whether due to age or...
HealthKey.com contributorYour employer cannot discriminate against you on the basis of your diabetes. Learn why, and what to do if you believe you're a victim of workplace discrimination. Employment Protection for Diabetics Some employers assume that people with chronic...
Tags: Occupations, Labor Legislation, Gaming, Employers, Laws
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterYou know them. I know them. And, increasingly, psychiatrists know them. People who feel they have been wronged by someone and are so bitter they can barely function other than to ruminate about their circumstances. This behavior is so common -- and so...
Attention pregnant women: No, you cannot spring the baby early because you're tired of swelling, heartburn and frequent trips to the bathroom. Yet another study shows that being born even a few weeks early is not healthy for the baby. In the new study,...
Tags: Health, Medical Research, Internists, Lungs and Airways, Infants
• Providers collaborate to emphasize preventive care for all and the reduction of complications in cases of major chronic illnesses like diabetes and heart disease. • A non-profit hospice emphasizes comfort for the dying over futile...
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