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So the people got sick of it, all those criminals being coddled by all those bleeding heart liberal judges with all their soft-headed concern for rights and rehabilitation. And a wave swept this country in the Reagan years, a wave ridden by pundits and...
Another weekend, another PR crisis for the ACC. Another weekend, another chorus of tweets, blogs and columns forecasting the conference’s demise. All of which bring to mind the following lines. “Lighten up, Francis,” Sergeant Hulka...
"You know, back in my days, they used Bayer Aspirin for contraception. The gals put it between their knees..." -- Foster Friess, Feb. 16, 2012 Do you watch "Mad Men"? If so, you know that one of the things that drama about a 1960s advertising agency...
Maryland trainer Chris Grove knows all too well that racehorses sometimes take fatal missteps. It happened to one of his best horses last summer during a morning workout, and Grove likens the experience to losing a child. To Grove, the animals' broken...
World NowIn a solemn tribute, mourners remembered the late novelist Carlos Fuentes as a Mexican man of letters who helped open the eyes of the world to Mexico....
HealthPatients recruited through Lehigh Valley Hospital helped play a role in an important study published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine. The study took 10 years and was the largest double-blind comparison of aspirin and warfarin, a blood-...
According to studies published last week in The Lancet, taking a daily dose of aspirin can reduce the risk of cancer. The new studies, led by Peter Rothwell of Britain's Oxford University, found that low-dose aspirin has a short-term benefit in...
“It’s a Brave New World!” Aldous Huxley created this science fiction world in 1931, and it has remained a popular work since then. Now, it would seem from many appearances, we have actually entered the world that he described over...
Should you get a cardiac stress test as part of your annual checkup? A chest X-ray before outpatient surgery? A CT scan or antibiotics for chronic sinusitis? In most cases, no. But patients get these commonly used tests and procedures — and many...
Tags: Renal Failure, Asthma, Symptoms, Dialysis, University of Chicago
Time — as in hours spent writhing in pain, drawing labored breaths or trying to soothe a fevered child — is the latest front in the competitive battle among area hospitals. Given the notoriously long waits in the nation's emergency rooms,...
CNNA new report in the journal Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology suggests that we could be inching closer to using aspirin as part of clinical guidelines in cancer prevention. The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force encourages an aspirin regimen for some...
- Allergy Medication Whether you have seasonal allergies to pollen or environment allergies to pet dander and dust mites, it’s always a good idea to keep an over-the-counter allergy medication, like an antihistamine, in your medicine cabinet. ...
Tags: Benadryl (drug), Tylenol (drug), Diarrhea, Flu, Symptoms
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