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Hepatitis C has long been a problem with a low rate of cure. But new drug therapies are in use and others are on the horizon, according to Dr. Paul J. Thuluvath, chief of gastroenterology at Mercy Medical Center and the medical director of the Institute...
pix11.comA new Brooklyn restaurant is creating quite a stir with one particular dish on its menu. 'Do or Dine' on Bedford Avenue in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, is offering donuts stuffed with foie gras -- a very controversial French delicacy...
Come summer, mezze, those small dishes drawn from a vast Middle Eastern tradition, are just about the perfect food. The flavors are vivid. Many of them are served at room temperature. No rush. I love this way of eating, a bite here, a bite there, as the...
Tags: Restaurants, Morocco, Human Body, Pita Bread, California
Multi-media JournalistA man who had to fight to survive is now fighting for a cause. George Bollinger from Heidelberg Township in York County waited two years for a liver transplant after being diagnosed with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis, a chronic liver disease. He soon...
I am beginning to wonder if Casey Anthony and José Baez could pull off the impossible. Not exoneration from the jury but a death sentence from the judge. As satisfying as that may be to the multitudes who have posted comments on our coverage of this...
The Hub Area Gift of Life Transplant Group will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Zion Lutheran Church, 1732 S. Main St. This will be the group's annual summer picnic, and the location has changed because of a scheduling conflict at Plymouth Congregational...
Today is World Hepatitis Day, and physicians are applauding two new drugs they hope will make great strides in the treatment and eradication of hepatitis C, Bon Secours Hampton Roads said in a news release. Hepatitis C (HCV) is the most common chronic...
Is it the corporations or our personal laxity? “But we should be careful in heaping praise on corporations for simply reducing the scope of the problem they continue to create,” said Kelle Louaillier, executive director of Corporate Accountability...
Tags: Weight, Physical Conditions, Restaurants, Obesity, Vehicles
firstname.lastname@example.orgDeborah "Debbie" Shifler is remembered by her family for always putting others first. "She put herself at the bottom of the pole," said Steven "Steve" Shifler, her husband of almost 30 years. "She was last on the list for aspirin, last on the list for...
Volunteer connections Help during Day of Caring. This September marks the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, as well as the federally recognized National Day of Service and Remembrance. In observance of this important and historic milestone, you're...
WGN NewsWhen you think of sibling rivalry you think of brothers competing for their parents attention, for sports accolades. But these local boys were vying for a liver. And now that one has gotten the prize ... the other waits with hope for the life saving organ...
Tags: Human Body, WGN
On an early summer night, I'm enjoying sitting at a sidewalk table taking in the street action in front of the Spice Table, a 3-month-old Vietnamese-Singaporean restaurant in Little Tokyo. People are walking by, rushing past on their way inside or to some...
Tags: Ice Cream, Garlic, Limes, Tokyo (Japan), Bars and Clubs
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