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The Hartford CourantA diagnosis of breast cancer often leads to a treatment plan that includes surgery, chemotherapy and/or radiation and frequent check-ups. As the treatment takes place over time, a routine develops. But what happens — and what should a patient do...
Early menopause may mean a higher risk of heart disease and stroke, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins Medicine. The researchers say the risk can be twice as high, and doctors should help women avoid early menopause if possible. “If...
PolitiCalProponents of the tobacco tax initiative Proposition 29 conceded defeat Friday after weeks holding out hope that the measure would eke out a victory as elections officials across California tallied an estimated 1 million uncounted ballots....
Daily American Staff WriterHigh blood pressure is easy to diagnose, but many people who have it are unaware. More than two-thirds of the people who have hypertension, the medical term for high blood pressure, do not have it under control, according to a study by the...
Kicking the habit: a to-do list for people looking to quit smoking Penn State University professor Dr. Johnathan Foulds talks about treatment options and ways to stop smoking, focusing specifically on how to follow through on many of the ideas. Visit...
KIAHSmoking weed could be bad for the jewels. Young tokers may be twice as likely to get testicular cancer. yep...those are the jewels we`re talking about. A study published in the journal Cancer says there may be link between smoking pot and a...
Tags: Cancer, Medical Research, Testicular Cancer
As medical advances continue to deliver ever-more effective treatments for symptoms and diseases, some doctors say it's time to focus on keeping people from getting sick in the first place. In other words: Prevention needs to be the priority of the...
Dear Amy: Approximately three years ago I became very sick with an upper respiratory infection that essentially never went away. The illness was bad enough to damage my lungs, leaving an asthmatic condition that has me on a daily steroid inhaler and a...
Tags: Lungs and Airways, Asthma
25 years ago: Bridge walk marred by suicide MACKINAW CITY -- More than 51,000 people walked across the Mackinac Bridge during the annual bridge walk, led by Gov. James Blanchard. The walk was marred by a suicide jump. Petunia auction raises $14,...
Another cigarette tax proposal is coming our way — and I'm all for it. As a father, a clergyman and a member of the community, I wholeheartedly support the new Healthy Maryland Initiative proposal to discourage tobacco use through cigarette tax...
Tags: Prices, Towson, World War II (1939-1945), Family, Annapolis
CW33 NEWSFrank Rosner has a certain spring in his step these days--because he has a new lease on life. To say he used to smoke is an understatement. "Only for about 35, 45 years,” Frank said. “I tried to quit and could not do it." Not until last...
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