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The debate over appropriate diagnostic screenings for prostate cancer has not abated. Last year, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, which consists of government-appointed physicians, issued new guidelines that recommended against PSA (prostate...
Phil Jackson doesn't want to lie to himself, he's done coaching. "Sometimes I feel I can still get out there and do it but the reality is I'm kidding myself," Jackson said at a "Live Talks Los Angeles" event at the Alex Theatre in Glendale on Wednesday....
SOUTH BEND -- The 26th annual Cancer Survivors' Day gathering will take place June 29 at Stanley Coveleski Regional Stadium. Those who attend will enjoy live music, games, a picnic dinner, a South Bend Silver Hawks baseball game and much more. Cancer...
Andrew Lloyd Webber said Sunday that health problems have forced him to cancel his scheduled appearance at the Tony Awards ceremony in New York. Lloyd Webber was expected to appear at Sunday's ceremony at Radio City Music Hall as part of a tribute to "The...
Tags: Awards and Prizes, Radio, Culture, Tony Awards, Music
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - After being diagnosed with prostate cancer, men who eat a diet high in vegetable fats, such as those in nuts and olive oil, may be less likely to have their disease spread, a new study suggests. Researchers found that...
Channel Guide MagazineOnce again, Dance Moms nation, we have ourselves an episode that had a splendid opportunity to leave viewers with something positive and lovely for a badly needed change … and blew it resoundingly. We had support for patients and families living...
Tribune reporterSitting a mere 15 rows from the ice at the United Center, National Guard recruiters and friends David Klotz and Nick Rose were thanking their wives -- and a bit of luck -- for their prime seats. Three days ago, their wives purchased two seats in the...
A fraudster who preyed on the Wilton Manors gay community is set to be sentenced Wednesday for orchestrating a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme that propped up his lavish lifestyle. George Elia, 69, pretended for years to be a successful investment...
Tags: Investments, Trials, Prisons, Punishment, Wilton Manors
After finding a lump in her breast, Laura Wells had to wait nearly six months before getting a confirmed diagnosis of cancer. The 46-year-old Costa Mesa woman was uninsured and working part-time when she discovered the lump in 2007. She worked for...
The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionProstate screening tests detect prostate cancer early, but questions about whether the tests do more harm than good have made them one of the most hotly debated areas of medicine. Some doctors and researchers believe testing for PSA, which stands for...
Charlie Hill has turned his prostate cancer diagnosis and surgery in 2002 into an ongoing community wide campaign to raise awareness about a disease that affects more than 240,000 men in the U.S. annually. Of those, about 28,000 men die each year....
They came by the dozens to raise money for cancer research. But these folks weren't walking. They were diving. It was Relay for Life with a twist, with seven scuba teams taking turns diving from 6 a.m. Saturday to midnight off the coast of Lauderdale-...
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