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Sometimes unfortunate events transpire without anyone actually knowing who is at fault. Pet care is no different. Certainly, many times irresponsible individuals cause much harm by not doing the right thing. Unfortunately, pet care is not immune to...
At a time when physicians and policymakers alike are being asked to reduce health care costs without sacrificing quality care, it's crucial that we unleash the enormous potential for savings that could come from exciting new advances in health information...
State employees, retirees and their dependents could no longer fill their prescriptions at Walgreens under a contract being considered by Maryland's Board of Public Works. The panel agreed Wednesday to defer action on the $2.4 billion five-year...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsWesley Medical Center diagnosed its first case of Influenza A this past weekend. Lois Rahal, R.N., an infection prevention nurse, said that it is not unusual to see cases this early but that February and March are the peak months for the flu. Common...
Tags: Flu Vaccine, Symptoms, Health, Diseases and Illnesses, Vaccines
This letter is in response to The Sun's editorial on medical marijuana ("Go slow," Jan. 3). Recently, a medical marijuana panel commissioned by the Maryland legislature recommended two divergent proposals. One recommends dispensaries allow doctors to...
My wife is disabled. She is 58 years old, as am I. At one time, she was a wonderful teacher, sales associate for a large telecom and later a vibrant pharmacy technician and caregiver for her disabled father and mother-in-law. She has fibromyalgia and...
Your recent editorial on medical marijuana was yet another attempt to frame the legalization debate in terms of public safety, which is nothing more than a convenient smoke screen ("Go slow on marijuana," Jan. 3). If our leaders cared one wit about...
A year ago, the tea party movement looked like an irresistible wave sweeping through the Republican Party. Anyone who hoped to win this year's GOP presidential nomination, it seemed, would need to embrace tea party activists' stringent demands for smaller...
Tags: Republican Party, Health, Voting, Elections, Newt Gingrich
Prep Editor, Wichita Trinity AcademyWichita Trinity girl’s basketball earned their fourth straight win at the hands of rival Wichita Independent 42-26 last Friday. The 16-point difference in the score wasn’t evident through the entire game. Until near the end of the game the...
CatchItKansas.comThe basketball season rolls along with the races for league titles and sub-state seeding heating up. With the winter break a speck in the rearview mirror, the ladies take the court to tip off the fifth week of hoops. See how your team did in the Tuesday...
FloriDUHHere's the real dope on the jailhouse drug scene. Psychologist Holli Bodner, 51, of Bradenton, allegedly agreed to hook-up an inmate with Oxycodone and Lorazepam during visits at the Sarasota County jail, reports the Bradenton Herald. Detectives...
Rick Santorum took on Mitt Romney for his embrace of a universal healthcare mandate in Massachusetts, saying Romney would be an ineffective opponent against President Obama because both had backed "government-run, top-down medicine." "Those are not the...
Tags: Ron Paul, Barack Obama, Health, Rick Santorum, Health Insurance
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