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Erin Michael ran the relay race in the Baltimore Running Festival last year and saw a few disabled racers — but thought there could be more. The 29-year-old therapist at Kennedy Krieger Institute encouraged and then helped train nine patients who...
The Baltimore SunOrioles left fielder Nolan Reimold can describe in one word what the last few months have been like for him, watching his teammates win while he recovers from neck surgery: Bittersweet. “It’s hard to be away, especially when the team is...
New Under Armour product launches -- the Armour Bra and Spine running shoes -- should help boost the company's financial results in the second quarter and beyond, a report out today by analyst Sam Poser of Sterne Agee says. Baltimore-based Under Armour,...
A foot and half separated Marc Burleson from the buried bomb he was trying to defuse last December in a narrow alleyway of a small Afghanistan village. The bomb exploded, mutilating the Marine's face, ripping off part of his right arm, paralyzing his...
Tags: Pain, Hospitals and Clinics, Cancer, Afghanistan, Explosions
Orioles left fielder Nolan Reimold will have surgery to remove a bulging disk in his neck and have his spine fused Monday morning. And although he holds out hope he could return by the end of the season, Reimold likely will be out for the rest of the...
Jim Calhoun should be on the sidelines of a basketball court, coaching the University of Connecticut men's team. Instead, he's been on medical leave for a painful arthritic condition. Calhoun's pain is caused by spinal stenosis, a medical condition that...
Knee and hip replacements have been common for decades, offering patients who suffered from degeneration a full range of pain-free movement. But spines and backs have been more problematic. Spinal fusions, the gold standard, have meant a limited range...
Blood Drive Baltimore Washington Medical Center will host an American Red Cross blood drive from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 31, at the hospital, 301 Hospital Drive. The bloodmobile will be outside the Discharge Lobby. Information: 410-787-4367....
Tags: Prescription Drugs, Flu, Report Cards, Suboxone (drug), Stroke
Dr. Leisha Emens dreads the calls she has been getting lately. The news is rarely good. "A lot of people are dying right now. It's to be expected. These people have an incurable disease," Emens says in late August, as she wraps up her early work running...
Sun StaffThis is what Helen McKay remembers the morning after: Her boyfriend Peter drove her, fast, from the ballroom at Leisure World to Montgomery General Hospital. He held her up as she limped from the car, stayed with her on the blood-repellent plastic chairs...
Tags: Dance, Television, Percocet (drug), Pain, Hemorrhaging
Sun Pop Music CriticThey are free. As artists, John Linnell and John Flansburgh, the quirky alternative pop duo better known as They Might Be Giants, savor doing things just as they want them done, producing smartly crafted music whose influences range from polka and country...
Melissa and Chris Erickson move around their Yorktown kitchen in easy harmony as they prepare dinner for their three children. She readies the pot roast while he demonstrates expert skill in mincing garlic and chopping vegetables. "This wouldn't have...
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