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  • Support of friends, family 'best medicine'

    Support of friends, family 'best medicine'
    Boys tossed around a baseball in the front yard at Theofanis Yianas' house in Palatine. Three little girls ran a lemonade stand in his driveway and other children were drawing brightly colored pictures with chalk. But this was no ordinary play date. This...
  • From Canyon To Cove: Fellow survivor offers his support to others

    Laguna Beach accountant Jeffrey Ross was a fit 54 when a sudden pain in his abdomen caused him to pass out and sent him down a course of medical investigation that led to a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer, a 12-hour surgery, and a grim prognosis that he...
  • Militares: estabilidad garantizada pese a enfermedad de Chávez

    <b>Militares:</b> estabilidad garantizada pese a enfermedad de Ch&#225;vez
    El jefe del comando estratégico operacional de las fuerzas armadas afirmó el viernes que la estabilidad del país "está garantizada" a pesar de la enfermedad del presidente Hugo Chávez, quien la víspera reconoció que padece cáncer. El general en jefe...
  • Part 2: 'You should come see him!'

    Part 2: 'You should come see him!'
    Second of four parts I didn't spot Clarence Hardin walking around downtown South Bend anymore, after he had apparently left his apartment there. But I had no idea where to look for him. A couple of years passed. Every once in a while, the publisher...
  • "I'm bald and I know it" says nine year old battling cancer

    "I'm bald and I know it" says nine year old battling cancer
    It's four words no parent wants to hear, your child has cancer.  But it's news a couple in Rose Hill have taken twice, as their nine-year-old son battles a rare type of cancer. But Charlie Futhey is using You-Tube to show his parents his strength to...
  • Mariners' Lee Could Miss First Start, Maybe More

    Mariners' Lee Could Miss First Start, Maybe More
    The Mariners are shutting Cliff Lee down for five days in hopes his strained abdomen heals, making it likely the 2008 AL Cy Young Award winner will begin his debut season in Seattle on the disabled list. Manager Don Wakamatsu said Friday that the team'...
  • Inside the botched recall of a dangerous toy

    Inside a gray government cubicle littered with colorful construction toys, Jonathan Midgett played with pieces from a Magnetix set, one of the year's hottest sellers. Midgett connected and disconnected them as a child would. Remembering that day, the...
  • Gut Busters

    Gut Busters
    Summer is just around the corner, guys. And nothing looks worse than a beer gut hanging over that new Speedo. But belly fat does more than spoil everyone's day at the beach. It's also associated with a variety of adverse health issues and can be a...
  • Don't be a Middle Man

    Don't be a Middle Man
    If you're carrying a few extra pounds, you're not alone. But this is one case where following the crowd isn't a good idea. Carrying extra weight - especially belly fat = can be risky. Michael Jensen, M.D., an endocrinology specialist at Mayo Clinic,...
  • Book Review: 'The 6-Week Cure for the Middle-Aged Middle' by Mary Dan Eades and Michael R. Eades

     
    The weight can creep up on you. One day you realize your waistline is not as trim as it once was. You’ve got a little belly going where you once were flat and firm. Or maybe it’s not so little.......
  • Southland doctor performs surgery on Haiti quake survivor aboard aircraft carrier

     
    Among Southland doctors and nurses aiding Haitian earthquake relief efforts today is Dr. Henri Ford. As chief of surgery at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, Ford helped Dr. Demetrios Demetriades organize a team of 10 trauma specialists from the Keck...
  • Routine cancer screening can be too much of a good thing

     
    Doctors and patients are still grappling with the notion that when it comes to cancer screening, more isn't always better. A reader from West Springfield, Mass., offered to share this cautionary tale of what happened to her when a routine......