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Orthopedic Surgery (INACTIVE)

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  • Orioles' Scott sidelined again, hopes to return this season

    Orioles' Scott sidelined again, hopes to return this season
    With his right shoulder not improving as much as he would like, Orioles left fielder Luke Scott will be shut down for a couple of days, but he still hasn't abandoned hope of playing again this season. "Hopefully, it'll just be a couple more days. That'...
  • Orioles notebook: Arrieta likely shut down for season

    Orioles notebook: Arrieta likely shut down for season
    Jake Arrieta, the Orioles' leader in wins, has decided to have his right elbow examined in California next week and will be shut down for at least a start and likely the rest of the season. Arrieta, 25, has been dealing with a fibrous mass in his right...
  • Baltimore inventor gave hope to those with hip problems

    While the name John Gilbert Collison Sr. has been largely forgotten today, his invention of the artificial steel hip ball more than 60 years ago has given him orthopedic immortality. His invention, manufactured in Baltimore in his Falls Road facility,...
  • The wrong fix for Medicare

    The wrong fix for Medicare
    Medicare is in desperate need of reform. Program costs are spiraling out of control and threatening to bankrupt the country. Here in Maryland, on average, each Medicare enrollee costs about $11,400 per year — that's a thousand dollars higher than...
  • Dr. James Burch Brooks

    Dr. James Burch Brooks
    Dr. James Burch Brooks, a retired orthopedic surgeon who spent his more than four-decade career with the Four East Madison Orthopedic Association, died Sunday of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at Union Memorial Hospital. The Cross Keys resident...
  • First 'Port Palooza' coming to town May 5

    The first "Port Palooza" of the season (May through October) is right around the corner. Mark your calendars for the first Saturday in May, the 5th, and plan to stop by Port's Town Square that afternoon for live music, food, crafters and vendors. Several...
  • UMMS in expansion mode

    UMMS in expansion mode
    Since becoming a part of the University of Maryland Medical System three years ago, Upper Chesapeake Health has attracted new doctors, broken ground on a new $60 million cancer center and won over patients who once left Harford County for care. Upper...
  • Q&A // Joanna Catalano, Aberdeen, basketball

    Aberdeen senior Joanna Catalano has plenty to keep her busy. She is the Aberdeen student government association president and also serves as the school's representative for larger student government organizations. She's a member of the National and...
  • For Poly star, giving up football wasn't easy, but it was right

    For Poly star, giving up football wasn't easy, but it was right
    Giving up football was not easy for Tim Frazier. After a fine career as a quarterback at Poly and at Hampton University, Frazier had an opportunity to play in the Arena Football League, but he decided it was time to move on to a new passion - medicine....
  • Dr. Frank Jobe, best known for Tommy John surgery, dies at 88

    Dr. Frank Jobe, best known for Tommy John surgery, dies at 88
    In the summer of 1974, Dodger pitcher Tommy John heard his arm snap like a guitar string after delivering a pitch. The torn ligament was the type of injury that commonly ended athletic careers, but John, then a 31-year-old star, pushed team doctors "to...
  • Solis friend testified before federal grand jury, she says

    A federal grand jury in Washington took testimony last year about then-U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis' role in a 2012 fundraiser for President Obama's reelection, according to a woman who said she appeared before the panel. Whittier resident Rebecca...
  • Dr. Frank Jobe, best-known for Tommy John surgery, dies at 88

    Dr. Frank Jobe, best-known for Tommy John surgery, dies at 88
    In the fall of 1974, Dodger pitcher Tommy John heard his arm snap like a guitar string after delivering a pitch. The torn ligament was the type of injury that commonly ended athletic careers, but John, then a 31-year-old star, pushed team doctors "to...