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Like all parents, John and Tammy Carver face daily challenges in trying to raise a large brood. But for the Manchester couple, who have adopted six youngsters from orphanages in Russia and Belarus between 1997 and 2004, those challenges also include...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Colts head coach Chuck Pagano can resume coaching whenever he's ready. On Thursday, Dr. Larry Cripe, told The Associated Press that Pagano had been cleared to return and that it was up to the coach and the Colts to determine...
Kristin Froehlich knew something was wrong with her mental abilities the moment she pulled into the parking lot of a sporting goods store last spring. “Driving to Dick's Sporting Goods in Naperville, I pulled into the parking lot, and just sat...
The Hartford CourantThe Hartford's CEO had a brain tumor surgically removed "over the holidays" and he will receive, the company said late Friday afternoon. The Hartford's CEO Liam E. McGee had a brain tumor surgically removed "over the holidays," and he will receive low-...
L.A. NOWOrange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens is undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer and will cut back on her public appearances while undergoing treatment. Hutchens revealed the recent medical diagnosis at a press conference Monday afternoon, and said that...
WGN NewsAn update on a story we reported back in May. A group of college engineering students altering the life of a doctor unable to perform surgery because he couldn't stand. Then, on the spot, he stood. This was the scene more than seven months ago. Five...
Reuters(Reuters) - Medical providers have begun to think more about cost, as well as safety and effectiveness, when they decide on cancer treatments. In the past, pharmaceutical companies could launch a high-priced drug with little push back. But now, there...
The Baltimore SunThe visiting locker room at Gillette Stadium following last year's AFC championship game was eerily silent when a sharply attired Chuck Pagano walked briskly toward the door, rolling a suitcase behind him. He stopped only briefly, embracing linebacker...
Tags: Chemotherapy, Sports, Lee Evans, Labor Legislation, Super Bowl
Cara G. Becker, a Towson University student and entrepreneur whose spirit of volunteering began in her childhood, died Monday of leukemia at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Towson resident was 21. "In her young life, Cara Becker touched so many people,...
AP Health WriterSalmon that's been genetically modified to grow twice as fast as normal could soon show up on your dinner plate. That is, if the company that makes the fish can stay afloat. After weathering concerns about everything from the safety of humans eating...
DEKALB — Every Thursday night during football season, the man Northern Illinois hired last February as offensive coordinator called his daughter to reveal the first play of Saturday's game. Wherever he has called plays, Mike Dunbar always shared...
Tags: Chemotherapy, Sports, Health Treatments, Orange Bowl, Football
SOUTH BEND -- RiverBend Cancer Services has announced January dates for the ongoing series "Living Well with Cancer." The educational series is free. Programs will be held at RiverBend Wellness Center at 919 E. Jefferson in South Bend; Michiana...
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