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Reality CheckFor the first group performance tonight, before we learn who is out on American Idol, Stefano, Jacob, Lauren and Haley sing Train's "Hey Soul Sister." I'm pretty over that song, but you know ... these small-group performances this season have......
Reality CheckSorry, folks, that this is so late. Between the snow earlier this week and an eye doctor's appointment that left me unable to see for a couple of hours. (But, yay, my retinas are OK. /TMI) Anyway, at long last,......
The Swampby Mark Silva Here's a poignant note from an ailing senator who has served for nearly five decades: Asking that lawmakers back home reconsider, and expedite, their means of replacing him. Sen. Edward Kennedy, the Massachusetts senator first elected in.......
Tags: Democratic Party, Cancer, Upper House, White House, New York
Palm Beach Politics - Sun-Sentinel BlogsState Rep. Kevin Rader, D-Boynton Beach, is introducing legislation Thursday to eliminate the property taxes for homeowners whose property has been declared a cancer cluster. This is aimed at the Acreage in Palm Beach County. Rader plans to introduce an.....
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Neuroscientist Jill Bolte Taylor has always loved the brain’s complex beauty. But she developed an unexpectedly deep appreciation for her own in 1996 after a blood vessel ruptured and she suffered a massive stroke. The life-changing moment destroyed...
Harley Christopher Andrews died of a brain tumor Sept. 2. He was only 23, dying before he had a chance to really begin living. Twelve days later, his mother, Wendy Andrews Smith, opened this cheerful note from the Social Security Administration addressed...
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Just hours before the 2012 NFL season kicked off, a new study suggested that professional football players were three times more likely to have neurodegenerative diseases than the general population. When researchers specifically looked at Alzheimer's...
Indiana's first neuroscience center will soon open. A special ceremony was held Friday at the new Indiana University Health Neuroscience Center on West 16th Street. Beginning Monday, the center will treat Alzheimer's disease, brain tumors, epilepsy,...
An experimental treatment is offering new hope to patients fighting one of the most aggressive forms of brain cancer. Researchers at Indiana University Health Neuroscience and the IU Simon Cancer Center are recruiting participants for a clinical study...
Not everyone would laugh in the face of the kind of adversity facing Vanessa Pippenger. Five years ago when Vanessa was a student at IU, she suffered a seizure. An MRI revealed a walnut-sized, grade three malignant brain tumor. It’s not the...
Tags: Walnuts, Health Treatments, Chemotherapy, Health
"The sky is falling! The sky is falling!" cried Chicken Little. Such is the case, it seems, when it comes to the reporting of news, especially that which concerns food. First it was the infamous "pink slime" and now it's the disease with a scary name...
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