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  • Antibiotic-resistant bacteria called CRE small in number but seen as deadly threat

     Antibiotic-resistant bacteria called CRE small in number but seen as deadly threat
    A family of drug-resistant bacteria that experts say kills up to 50 percent of people infected is spreading in Chicago and elsewhere, prompting doctors and public health officials to step up efforts to protect patients. Infections caused by these...
  • What's Lurking in Those Supplements?

    What's Lurking in Those Supplements?
    Do you really know what's in the dietary supplements you're taking? Consumer Reports tells what might be in those pills and powders in a new report. They focus on the less-than-desirable ingredients that could be lurking in the supplements people often...
  • Nonsurgical cosmetic treatments growing in popularity

    Nonsurgical cosmetic treatments growing in popularity
    Dr. W. Grant Stevens calls it his fire and ice room. Stocked with lasers, skin-tightening devices, fat-zapping machines and, on a recent Wednesday, a 65-year-old woman named Helen, the brightly lighted corner of the Marina del Rey medical facility is a...
  • E-cigarettes will get FDA oversight as tobacco products

    The Food and Drug Administration announced Monday that it will act to ensure the government's right to impose marketing, manufacturing and safety restrictions on "electronic cigarettes," a nicotine delivery device widely billed as an alternative to...
  • Dr. Max Harry Weil dies at 84: pioneer in critical care

    Dr. Max Harry Weil dies at 84: pioneer in critical care
    Dr. Max Harry Weil, an influential pioneer of critical-care medicine and the founding president of the Weil Institute of Critical Care Medicine in Rancho Mirage, has died. He was 84. Weil died of prostate cancer July 29 at his home in Rancho Mirage, said...
  • Adams, Brown, Mica, Nugent, Posey, Webster – What have they done?

     
    Sunday's column focused on all six of Central Florida's Congressional reps in the U.S. House. My question for them: ”What have you accomplished this year?” No what you wanted to accomplished, wished you'd accomplished or tried to accomplish....
  • CLC science building on track as Gov. Quinn approves funding

     
    More than $17 million in state funds were approved Tuesday for the College of Lake County's new science building. The college has been waiting for …...
  • Christine O'Donnell-Chris Coons debate: Full transcript

     
    Every debate word between Republican Christine O'Donnell and Democrat Chris Coons -- and there were a lot of them....
  • Pennsylvania Senate debate: Pat Toomey vs. Joe Sestak

     
    Full transcript. ABC News stages another U.S. Senate debate, this one in the Keystone state....
  • Warby Parker’s affordable, vintage-inspired eyewear

     
    If you’re one of the millions of people in America who wears some sort of corrective eyewear to drive, read, watch a movie or simply tie your own shoe, you know how expensive a pair of new frames and lenses......
  • Manufacturing report shows growth in production [Updated]

     
    Activity in U.S. manufacturing grew for the 17th straight month in December, according to a report out Monday. New orders, production and prices all grew in December, according to the Institute for Supply Management manufacturing report. "We saw...
  • The new Obama to the Chamber of Commerce: Government regulations can be your friend

     
    The Democrat begins his make-up makeover with the American business community, preparing for 2012 and the vast sum it will take to win....