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  • Children's hospitals often lead the way on innovation

    Children's hospitals often lead the way on innovation
    In South Florida's hospitals, many innovations started in children's-only medical centers. Think calming colors and MRI machines designed for comfort. You can learn a lot from a child. Just ask South Florida's adult hospital industry. Some of the...
  • Deerfield man races for father, cancer research

    Deerfield man races for father, cancer research
    David Mutnick said when he crossed the finish line at a marathon last month, he ran into his father's arms and both men cried. "I just said, 'This is for you, Dad,'" said Mutnick, 37, of Deerfield. Never a long-distance runner, Mutnick laced up his...
  • NFL Week 14: San Francisco finds clear path to victory over Seattle

      On a snowy, blustery, miserable day elsewhere in the NFL, the San Francisco 49ers played in sunshine and basked in the relatively warm winds of change. They beat Seattle at home, 19-17, reversing the flow after lopsided losses to the Seahawks in...
  • Energy drinks speed heart contractions, MRIs show

    Energy drinks speed heart contractions, MRIs show
    This is your heart on an energy drink, and it’s contracting significantly faster than it was before you opened that can full of liquid stimulant. So says a team of cardiac radiologists who were concerned about adverse side effects from energy...
  • Back pain often overdiagnosed and overtreated

    Harvard Health Blog What doctors call "routine" back pain can really, really hurt. Surprisingly, the best treatment is usually quite conservative--over-the-counter pain relievers, ice and heat, and gentle exercise. Yet for decades, many doctors have been...
  • Mayo Clinic Medical Edge: MRI not intended to be used in place of a mammogram

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Why is a mammogram the standard screening tool used to look for breast cancer? Wouldn't MRI catch the disease earlier? ANSWER: For most women, mammograms work well as a screening test for breast cancer. Magnetic resonance imaging of the...
  • Injured UConn Safety Ty-Meer Brown Could Be Out Friday Night

    UConn junior strong safety Ty-Meer Brown is listed as day to day after being hurt during a head-to-head collision in practice Tuesday. The 6-foot, 201-pound Brown had a CT scan Tuesday that was negative. Brown had an MRI Wednesday in hopes of seeing...
  • Bioethics panel offers guidelines for 'incidental findings'

    The phrase "we've found something unexpected" is the kind of broadside a patient or research subject should never have to hear for the first time after the discovery is made. That is the overriding message of a report by a presidential panel on the ethics...
  • Problem Solver updates: Refund arrives, and so do good test results

    Problem Solver updates: Refund arrives, and so do good test results
    It took a little longer than he hoped, but Joe Molinare finally received his $2,868.59 refund. The Tinley Park resident, featured in the Nov. 7 column, purchased a cooktop range and double oven from the Sears store in Matteson in April 2012 but did...
  • The Valley Line: Party thanks retiring USC-Verdugo Hills hospital chief

    The Valley Line: Party thanks retiring USC-Verdugo Hills hospital chief
    I'm writing this column before Thanksgiving Day, but you will read it on turkey day or over the weekend. I hope you have a wonderful holiday. I'm excited to celebrate this Thanksgiving with my extended family — all 25 of them. I can provide...
  • Mayo Clinic Medical Edge: Spectrum of tests needed to diagnose multiple sclerosis

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My sister's doctor recently told her he suspects she may have MS, but she hasn't been definitively diagnosed with the disease. Isn't there a test that can tell if someone has MS? What are the common symptoms? Are some people at higher...
  • In the Pipeline: More than just a day at the beach

    In the Pipeline: More than just a day at the beach
    I first saw them last week at the beach while I was riding my bike, what appeared to be a father pushing his young son in a wheelchair along the bike path and then over the sand toward the ocean. The redheaded boy had a big smile, as did his dad. A...