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  • 'He fought the battle well'

    'He fought the battle well'
    William McMurray's friends and family took note of the many nonhuman attendees — whales, dolphins and deer — at his celebration of life last week. It was fitting for a boy who loved animals so much. William, 12, died Aug. 7 from the...
  • Some Women With Early Signs Of Cancer Feel Pushed Into Surgery

    Some Women With Early Signs Of Cancer Feel Pushed Into Surgery
    Jackie Fox and Peggy MacDonald share a diagnosis. Both were told by doctors they had a cluster of abnormal cells in one of their breasts that may turn into cancer. Each reacted in a vastly different way to the bad news. Fox, 57, diagnosed five years...
  • Caution: Cancer risk elevated in women with dense breasts

    But new research offers reassurance that dense breasts don't raise risk of cancer death. Dense breast tissue can make it harder to see breast cancer on a mammogram. Dense breasts have more glandular and fibrous tissue and less fatty tissue. Past research...
  • Could your joint pain be bursitis?

    The tip-off may be swelling near, but not in, the joints. Joint pain is a common complaint as we age, but the cause isn't always arthritis. Sometimes another condition can result in pain, stiffness, swelling, and tenderness around the joints. It's called...
  • A shift in how healthcare is paid for

    A shift in how healthcare is paid for
    CHELMSFORD, Mass. — It's hard work being one of Dr. Damian Folch's diabetic patients. If a lab test shows high cholesterol, Folch is quick to call or email. No patient can leave the office without scheduling an annual eye exam, a key preventive...
  • Multiple sclerosis cases hit 2.3 million worldwide

    Multiple sclerosis cases hit 2.3 million worldwide
    LONDON (Reuters) - The number of people living with multiple sclerosis around the world has increased by 10 percent in the past five years to 2.3 million, according to the most extensive survey of the disease to date. The debilitating neurological...
  • Q&A: Ask the pediatrician! Dr. Diana Blythe answers your questions about kids' health

    <b>Q&A:</b> Ask the pediatrician! Dr. Diana Blythe answers your questions about kids' health
    Have a question for Dr. Blythe? Write to her at AskThePediatrician@tribune.com. For more information on Dr. Blythe, go to pediatricassociates.com. April 29, 2013 Q: My 5-year-old daughter just had her adenoids and tonsils removed because of snoring...
  • In medicine, more care may not be better

     In medicine, more care may not be better
    The dull whir of the computer running in the background seemed to have gotten louder as the patient fell quiet. She was a young woman, a primary-care patient of mine, seeking a referral to yet another gastroenterologist. Her abdominal pain had already...
  • Concussion settlement highlights difficulty of proving brain damage

    Thursday's $765-million settlement between the National Football League and 4,500 retired NFL players underscores two key facts about traumatic brain injury: that it is difficult to prove and measure -- especially many years after the fact -- and that its...
  • News of the Weird: Haute Couture

    News of the Weird: Haute Couture
    A few “still-primitive” cultures inexplicably celebrate such female adornments as the stacking of metal neck rings and the inserting of saucer-size disks into pierced earlobes. For “civilized” society, there is the annual Paris...
  • Putting Up Football Scores, And The Red Sox Are Doing The Tackling

    Putting Up Football Scores, And The Red Sox Are Doing The Tackling
    Huff. Miller. Marshall. No, not Sam Huff, Dennis Miller and Jim Marshall. David Huff. Jim Miller. Brett Marshall. Clinging desperately to the shreds known as their wild-card hopes, the Yankees and Joe Girardi did only what Phil Hughes, Joba...
  • The Doctor's Corner: Love your tattoo? Make sure you do

    Ouch! Yeoww! Sizzle ... Yikes! Eeeck! Whiff … Dang! Why did I ever think I wanted that tat there forever? Tattoo removal is a sort of oxymoron, an expression of opposite concepts. Taking the plunge into inking one's skin has something in common...