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Dustin Hucks crossed his own personal finish line beat up and tired. The run from Burbank to Lubbock, Texas in 2009 was supposed to take a month, was supposed to raise $1 million for cancer research and was supposed to begin with a media sendoff in Johnny...
Tags: Lance Armstrong, New York, Chemotherapy, Arizona, Texas
Our son Josh has a cold. Again. In China, 2011 is the Year of the Rabbit, but in our house, it’s the Year of the Sick Child. Josh even got a jump start on it by missing the last three days of school before winter break. I guess I shouldn’t...
email@example.comA Hagerstown man indicted in December in the 2008 homicide of a woman in her Mitchell Avenue home lived across the street from her at the time of the killing, prosecutors said Thursday. "Forensic evidence puts him at the crime scene," Washington County...
SOUTH BEND — In addition to tons of snow, the blizzard that swept through the area this week left in its wake a blanket of cold arctic air stretching across much of the Midwest. According to National Weather Service Meteorologist Mark Steinwedel,...
Healthkey.com contributorIf "'Tis the season to be jolly'" isn't quite resonating with you, it's possible you're experiencing symptoms of a winter-related form of depression called seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Symptoms can appear as early as August and as late as January,...
A popular homeopathic flu remedy boasts that it comes with no side effects, no drug interactions and won't make you drowsy. But the product also lacks something most people expect to find in their medicine: active ingredients. Oscillococcinum (O-sill-o-...
Tags: Onions, Education, Pharmaceuticals, Flu, Julie Deardorff
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- As I walk through the double front doors to the parking lot of West Park Health Care, I bump into a middle-aged woman in front of me. "Excuse me," I say. "Oh, excuse me," she says, glancing around with a small smile. The woman is...
Tags: Government, Mental Health, Prisons, Pharmaceuticals, Medicaid
If you've seen the television ad for the anti-germ spray MyClyns, you no doubt remember the pivotal scene: A mom and her two kids sit at a dinner table, the little boy coughs on his sister and mom heroically grabs the spray bottle of MyClyns. Against...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIf you're one of many people who sneeze through allergy season or suffer bouts of clogged sinuses, you may wonder if your nasal passages are really worth the trouble. Sure, you get a few good smells every once in a while, but does that really justify...
It's frighteningly easy to drop a couple of hundred dollars on a holiday present. If you're considering spending big money on a health-related gift, you'll want to make sure that it will do something besides take up space in the gift bag. Unfortunately,...
Ear infections may be a common part of childhood, but "there are several strategies that can lessen the chance your child has to experience the pain and discomfort," says Phillip Snider, a family practice physician and registered dietitian in Norfolk, Va....
"Lost your essence after excessive lovemaking?" BioRay said it has a supplement for you. Autism? Allergies? Liver problems? BioRay said it can help. In fact, the supplement company established by Timothy and Stephanie Ray said it has products for just...
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