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Orioles legend Cal Ripken Jr. got fans -- and at least one sports blogger -- all worked up when he told The Baltimore Sun that he had an "itch" to get back in the game in some sort of management capacity. But on Wednesday, the Ironman threw a bucket of...
Staff reporterFrom peanuts to milk and even chocolate, people can be allergic to just about anything. Susan Gratza is raising two children with severe food allergies. She says getting proper treatment and knowing more about the condition has helped her to raise her...
When I¿was a youngster growing up in the 1970s and 80s, allergies were almost unheard of. Certainly, if one of your classmates in school had allergies, they were considered to be very unusual. Even then, their allergies were not considered to be serious....
On a September evening, in a large tent pitched outside his bank in downtown Lake Forest, Ed Wehmer took the microphone and addressed 350 people celebrating the 20th anniversary of what is now Wintrust Financial Corp. The jocular 57-year-old is known...
While a U.S. bid for the 2020 Summer Olympics still seems very unlikely, USOC chief executive Scott Blackmun didn't completely rule it out in responding to a question during the teleconference after Tuesday's USOC board meeting. Blackmun's point was...
How to identify poison ivy: -- The old adage is true: Leaves of three, let it be -- Green, shiny leaves (that turn reddish in the fall) -- Small white flowers, small pearlescent berries -- Low growing plant or a vine that can grow up trees (According to...
Summertime in Northern Michigan offers plenty of opportunity for outdoor recreation. But whether hiking, biking, camping, fishing or swimming, outdoor enthusiasts run the risk of picking up some of the season's itchiest inconveniences, such as poison...
Tags: Science, Hydrocortisone, Botany, Skin, Science and Technology
The 33 NewsNorth Texas is on a hot streak of the worst kind--26 consecutive days of 100 degree temperatures. When the heat is on like it is something has to give--and lately it's been the skin. Dr. Melissa Rubenstein said she's seen a spike in patients at North...
Tags: Hydrocortisone, Skin, Skin Conditions, Health, Skin Rash
Backward reels the bad guy, pummeled and stunned. Round goes the good guy's granite fist, finishing its gorgeous orbit after connecting with the villain's smirking mug. Up jump hope and inspiration, fortified by daring fictional heroes on the page and on...
Hall of Fame former Oriole Cal Ripken Jr. acknowledged again Tuesday having an "itch to come back to the big league scene" now that his son is closer to heading off to college. Ryan Ripken will start his senior year at Gilman next month. Asked whether...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA few cases of head lice have been found in Aberdeen Public School students, but that's typical of every year, the district's nurse told the school board at Monday's meeting. The district officials said about 60 elementary and middle school students...
It didn't start with Twitter — and it won't end with Weiner. For centuries, the theme of sexual sins committed by the powerful has been scintillating source material for the arts. In poems and plays, in novels and films and TV series, artists...
Tags: Entertainment, Mark Sanford, Bill Clinton, New York, Wetlands
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