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This month you will likely see a lot of pink ribbons in celebration of breast cancer awareness month. Those ribbons are more than just decorations. Behind each one is a woman who has had to face the frightening diagnosis of breast cancer… and the...
When people think of gun violence, they typically think of a masked robber or a disturbed young man with an assault rifle and hundreds of rounds of ammunition. In truth, the most common victim of fatal gun violence is a distraught man who, alone in a...
For cornerback D.J. Hayden, the ability to thrive in one-on-one situations sets him apart. It was teamwork, though, that saved his life. Hayden, drafted 12th overall by the Oakland Raiders last month, nearly died on the University of Houston...
As more people get their health information from TV and the Internet, it becomes crucial to have experts on the small screen who can provide accurate information. That's where Travis Stork, co-host of the TV show "The Doctors," comes in. Stork, an...
After months of controversy, the owner of St. John's Health Center said it plans to sell the landmark Santa Monica hospital to Catholic chain Providence Health & Services. The hospital has been at the center of an intense competition that featured...
Indiana University Health released the following on Friday: LA PORTE, Ind.–During the entire month of May, several Indiana University Health locations throughout Northern Indiana are offering mammograms at an exclusive $95 discounted rate to...
ReutersSPRINGFIELD, Illinois (Reuters) - The Illinois Senate on Friday voted to approve the use of marijuana for medical purposes, which if signed into law would make it the second-most-populous state in the nation after California to allow the drug's use for...
The Hartford CourantUntil it happened to him, Itzhak Brook, a pediatric infectious disease specialist at Georgetown University School of Medicine, didn't think much about the problem of misdiagnosis. That was before doctors at a Maryland hospital repeatedly told Brook his...
Mental-health medicines This is in response to "Psychologists seek prescription power; Health professionals split over contentious bill now up to House" (News, May 12) and "Rx: Slow down; Psychologists and mental health medicines" (Editorial, May 13)....
Nittany LinesAs his nearly 30-minute session Wednesday with reporters dragged on, Bill O'Brien went from angry to impatient. "How many more questions?" he asked the conference call's moderator. "Six," was the response. "Six?' O'Brien asked. "How about three." That was...
Little girls as young as 4 attacked, brutalized, even killed. A female college student gangraped on a moving bus. Women of all ages ravaged and disfigured by relatives and strangers alike. In India, women have increasingly become targets of unbridled...
I read with interest Del. Samuel I. "Sandy" Rosenberg's critique of Marta Mossburg's interpretation of abortion law ("Mossburg wrong on Md. abortion law," May 9). Though the lawyer-politician has great knowledge and experience in many areas of Maryland...
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