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Tamara Habib, 26, of Chicago, has made a career out of planning for and responding to disasters. "Anyone who's in my field of work, whether they're a paramedic or a fireman or whether they're more of an administrative person doing coordination behind the...
Tags: Human Body, Cancer, Breast Cancer, Health, Health Treatments
Births A daughter, Caydence Mary-Ann Baker, was born to Ashley Ferris and Clark Raymond D. Baker Jr. of Charlevoix June 26, 2011, at Charlevoix Area Hospital. Caydence weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces at birth. Her siblings are Grace Baker, Liberty Baker,...
firstname.lastname@example.org“You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream” or at least that’s what Caroline Holmes is hoping Greencastle folks will chant later this month. There are hundreds of different flavors of ice cream, but the 11-year-old Greencastle...
FARGO, N.D. - When I was young, sun tanning was a popular pastime among my peers during the warm summer months. My friends had a golden glow. However, I couldn't stand the heat, and I thought lying in the sun was boring. I stayed in the cool shade and...
Diagnostic Imaging Services (DIS) was designated a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology (ACR) earlier this year. By awarding facilities the status of Breast Imaging Center of Excellence, ACR recognizes breast...
ReutersThe estrogen-blocker Aromasin was found to reduce the risk of developing breast cancer by 65 percent in post-menopausal women at high risk for breast cancer, researchers said on Saturday. A late-stage trial of 4,560 post-menopausal women who were at...
email@example.comThere were doctors and patients, about 1,000 patients. But there were no stethoscopes or white lab coats. Instead, there were smiles, laughter, hugs, fried chicken and giveaways as approximately 1,000 cancer survivors attended the John R. Marsh Cancer...
Determined to save lives and end breast cancer forever, the Greater Kansas City Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the CureŽ has awarded 22 grants totaling nearly $917,000 to programs providing breast cancer services in the Greater Kansas City area. “...
Tags: Human Body, Breast Cancer, Local Government, Health, Mammogram
Their goal was to "hit it out of the park." The 2011 Pink Tie Ball, produced by the Orange County affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, recently took place at Angel Stadium. The benefit event drew nearly 400 guests and netted $310,000, earmarked...
Tags: John Miller, Human Body, White House, Allergan Inc., Health
Beverly Howey and her identical twin sister, Karen Duncan-Sherman, each found a breast lump in 2007. Howey's was cancer. Duncan-Sherman's was benign. The two women, now 45, couldn't have more similar genetics, and they live in the same place, Wall, N.J....
State regulators waited nearly six years after Timothy Johnson was convicted of battery of a teenage patient to place the chiropractor on professional probation. Johnson, who allegedly fondled the girl in his office, is now required to have a chaperone...
Tags: Assault, Internists, Criminals, Health, Chiropractors
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