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Between 200 and 300 young people die each year while playing sports. In many cases, the underlying health condition that led to death could have been identified by a pre-sports medical exam. Some of the sudden deaths are caused by injury, heat stroke,...
Teri Arnold of the American Heart Association asks: "How much do you know about your heart's health? It's easy to be fooled by misconceptions. After all, heart disease only happens to your elderly neighbor or to your fried food-loving uncle, right? Or...
As a music icon, no one knows the value of being in rhythm more than Barry Manilow. With worldwide record sales of more than 80 million, Manilow has always kept his music and his career in rhythm: not only is he an award-winning singer, songwriter,...
UCF coach George O'Leary defended his actions during football player Ereck Plancher's final workout, testifying Thursday that he never ordered athletic trainers and water be removed from the building. O'Leary and his staff supervised Plancher's final...
Three UCF football team physicians testified Tuesday they did not know Ereck Plancher tested positive for sickle cell trait and never counseled him about the condition. Orange County medical examiner Joshua D. Stephany also told the jury on day seven...
Tags: Blood, Medical Research, Rhabdomyolysis, Judges, Heart Problems
Our daughter is three, and despite the involuntary hand-wringing and mild heart palpitations I experience when I think about one day being the parent of a female adolescent, I don't think about the differences between the sexes all that much. When I do,...
Nothing is more awkward than watching a gaggle of models try to pronouce medical jargon, and that's what made it all the more fun. This week, CBS (CW parent company) shamelessly plugged "CSI" (which I haven't watched since Grissom left), Express beat...
Tribune staff reporterMen with cardiovascular disease often wonder whether sexual activity might be dangerous for them, potentially triggering a heart attack in the midst of the excitement, or whether the exercise might actually be good for the heart. A new review by the...
A new study led by a Johns Hopkins researcher says the popular anti-smoking drug Chantix significantly increases the risk for a heart attack or other serious heart problem in healthy, middle-aged smokers. Dr. Sonal Singh, the study's lead author, is...
It was 1985, and Gordon Tomaselli had graduated from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed his residency at the University of California at San Francisco. He was at a Boston hospital, interviewing for a possible fellowship, when he got the...
It's at times like this that I remember why I left Los Angeles for Newport Beach. This weekend our neighbors to the north are living through the freeway-widening project commonly referred to as "Carmageddon." It's one of those "only-in-L.A." moments when...
Tags: Elections, Education, Schools, Travel, 2016 Olympic Games
Temperatures in the mid-90s on Monday drove Marilyn Ramirez to the beach at Rocky Point Park, where her children splashed in the Chesapeake Bay. But they probably won't be back at week's end. With temperatures forecast to rise to 102 degrees by Friday,...
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