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CW33 NewsCody Champaign has been edgy for a couple of days--his wife Amber just gave birth to Alex--oh and by the way--the hospital is probably the last place he wants to be. "I mean i am terrified of hospitals,” Cody said with a smile. “I...
FARGO, N.D. - “Remember that time when we were on a family vacation?” my teenage son began. He grinned at his sister. My teenage daughter immediately knew where he was headed with this conversation. She became a bit embarrassed and retorted: “I was...
Multi-Media SpecialistA Dauphin County firefighter is seeking to raise awareness about living organ donations, as he waits for a kidney transplant. Richard Slusser has lived with a rare genetic kidney disorder his entire life, receiving his first transplanted kidney in...
“I’d like to respond to an article in Sunday’s paper, Oct. 7, titled ‘Halfway church responds to Chick-fil-A.’ This is now still a free country, and free speech. Christians do not hate gays; it’s their lifestyle. Also,...
NEW YORK (AP) — ABC's Robin Roberts has come home from the hospital three weeks after undergoing a bone marrow transplant. After thanking her doctors and nurses and singing "Amen," the "Good Morning America" host began the next stage of recovery...
Soap, toothpaste and mouthwash may fight germs, but it also could make your child prone to allergies, new research has found. Common antibacterial chemicals in these products may affect development of the immune system making children more likely to...
COSTA MESA — Carlos Vazquez was always one of the smallest players on the football field. He made up for his lack of size by playing his heart out every down for Costa Mesa High. On a day to pay respect to Vazquez, it was fitting small candles...
Tags: Sports, Leukemia, Pneumonia, Football, Chemotherapy
Overview Alexion is a biopharmaceutical company focused on serving patients with severe and ultra-rare disorders through the innovation, development and commercialization of life-transforming therapeutic products. Our marketed product Soliris®...
Much of Johns Hopkins epidemiologist Jason Farley's recent research has focused on an evolving medical crisis: How to stop the spread of bacteria that have adapted immunity to most antibiotics. To stop it the medical community needs to track it. He's...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn the diet world, there are a few vocabulary words that are generally considered as bad words. All too often, "calorie" is one of them. But that's too bad, because, according to Brittany Smith, clinical dietitian at Meritus Medical Center, calories...
A fascinating, if disconcerting, fact: More than 100 trillion so-called good bacteria thrive in or on the human body. A sizable chunk of them maintain residence in the human digestive tract. Probiotics, live microorganisms that benefit their human host,...
Staff WriterCancer. It’s a powerful word that strikes fear in many. It can kill twice: first by crippling a sufferer’s quality of life and draining away his will to live, and secondly, when it takes his life. Some people, like Imperial Valley native...
Tags: Health Treatments, Meningitis, Chemotherapy, Cancer
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