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Staff WriterDr. Christopher Marek quietly defies the stereotypes of plastic surgeons. He doesn’t assume his vision of beauty is best or feel comfortable when patients ask him “What do I need to have done?” He’s taken his medical and...
Some of us spend our entire lives looking for the kind of love that I seem to have garnered, and it happened without my really knowing or understanding why. You see, for whatever reason, I appear to be almost a mythical-type god to the insect universe. ...
Tags: Skin Rash, Nevada, Environmental Cleanup, Ecosystems, Politics
Maryland really began to turn in the roaster Thursday, joining much of the rest of the country, now deep in the summer's worst heat wave. The mercury reached 103 degrees in downtown Baltimore, with a heat index reading of 117 degrees. It was 100 at BWI-...
For most of my life, I’ve lived in places where summers were uncomfortable, and occasionally intolerable. Muggy heat makes me almost claustrophobic at times. The National Weather Service has given us an additional measuring tool, the heat index....
WARRENTON, Va. (AP) — Again and again, 12-year-old Brianna Bowens cautiously pokes the human eyeball. On purpose. The donated eye is tougher than you'd think. It takes a few slices with a sharp scalpel to pierce the white part — the sclera,...
Cue Simpsons-Comic-Book-Store-Guy voice: Best. Band. Ever! If you're a good drummer, it's a physically demanding job. To be the greatest, you must follow a training regimen that goes beyond the lighted stage. A recent reader's poll in Rolling Stone...
The following article was submitted by Lynne Groeger, a registered dietitian specializing in Oncology Nutrition. She works for Peninsula Cancer Institute in Newport News, Williamsburg and Gloucester. Many plant foods, especially vegetables and fruits,...
Many years ago I stood at a rest stop on Interstate 29, gazing at what looked like a newspaper in a standard vending machine. The headline read: "Don't let recent rains fool you, the long drought is still happening.” At least that's how I remember it....
Tags: South Dakota, Education, Science, Environmental Issues, Al Gore
Seeing a chance to stop one of the most deadly kinds of cancer before it forms, doctors at Johns Hopkins and at other hospitals around the nation are focusing on the common pancreatic cyst. Up to 20 percent of pancreatic cancer begins as one of these...
State health officials released an ambitious plan Tuesday to reduce cancer deaths, using the latest strategies to prevent, detect and treat the disease — and save the lives of an additional 1,200 Marylanders a year. "Our goal in Maryland is to have...
Tags: Healthcare Policies, Ice Hockey, Cancer, Death, Sports
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