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The Baltimore SunAs Hurricane Irene approaches, it's important to keep pets in mind while planning for the storm -- or any other potential disasters. Maryland Emergency Management Agency is urging people to plan ahead for this weekend's potentially extreme weather event...
CNNPresident Barack Obama is crafting his own laws of political physics these days, insisting that inaction by a divided Congress requires White House action in order to get something done. A campaign labeled "We Can't Wait" pushes unilateral directives and...
The Baltimore SunVodka is down, red velvet is up and did Twinings pull a New Coke with Earl Grey? > Vodka is down (or is it) -- the vanguard of expert bartenders are sneering at customers who order vodka. Is a dirty martini the worst drink ever? Toronto restaurateur...
Tribune reporterThe soda wars (aka sugar sweetened beverage debates) are erupting in so many different directions, it's hard to know where to start in our update. So we'll give you little sips of them all. First: Today the Illinois Alliance to Prevent Obesity released a...
An innovative UCF scientist has helped land two NIH grants totaling $5.5 million, the University of Central Florida announced Friday. The National Institutes of Health funding will be used to research a better treatment for hemophilia, the life-...
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email@example.comJenny Menzel spent almost the first decade of adulthood feeling sick without knowing why. The symptoms first began just after high school graduation for then 18-year-old Menzel of Aberdeen. The years that followed included numerous doctor visits...
Fewer American adults are smoking cigarettes and those who still smoke have cut back, but the rate of decline has begun to slow, U.S. health experts said Tuesday. Smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke are the leading cause of preventable deaths and...
Thanks are due to the Boyle County Chamber of Commerce for bringing our junior Kentucky senator, Rand Paul, to its Chamber/AT&T Public Policy Series last Wednesday, and to Sen. Paul for working Boyle County into his tight schedule. During the question...
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A review by the Joint Commission found several problems at Carlisle Regional Medical Center. The Commission gathers information about accredited medical centers through direct observations by employees and other interviews. This comes after an...
REUTERSA federal judge blocked a rule requiring tobacco companies to display graphic images on cigarette packs, such as a man exhaling cigarette smoke through a hole in his throat. District Judge Richard Leon sided on Monday with tobacco companies and granted a...
When a series of whooping cough cases spread through a northwest suburban high school this fall, school officials knew they had to act quickly to try to stem the outbreak. Cleaning crews at Cary-Grove High School scrubbed down and repeatedly sanitized...
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