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In these tough economic times, books offer a great return on a gift-giver's investment. Relatively inexpensive, they provide hours of enjoyment for the recipient — if you make the right choice. Never fear: the Book Bag is here to help. Lovers of...
An Ellicott City obstetrician is accused of botching a woman's surgery last year, removing a healthy ovary and fallopian tube on the patient's right side when the doctor was supposed to excise a cyst on the left, according to a complaint filed in...
A Howard County physician is being sued for at least $30,000 by a former patient who says the doctor was supposed to remove a cyst from her left ovary but instead removed her right ovary and fallopian tube. Nadege Neim and her husband, Jean, both of...
The Baltimore SunI am plural. My husband and I are expecting a baby boy in mid-June, but because it took us so long to get to this point, for a while it didn't seem real. Several bloggers I read frequently have noted that when you get pregnant after a struggle with...
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FarmingtonSald Primary Care & Integrative Medicine opened in May 1 with a treatment center in Farmington that offers patients access to a primary care physician, naturopathic physician, acupuncture and nutritional counseling. In addition, all support staff...
Boston HeraldActress Elisabeth Rohm wrote "Baby Steps" to chronicle her struggle with infertility. So it's no surprise the much--desired result -- daughter Easton -- would never- be far from her reach. "If I'm not shooting, I'm pretty much at her beck and call. Right,...
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Channel 2 NewsLeah Campbell's life has been quite the emotional roller coaster. When she was 25 years old, she decided to start a new life in Alaska. She wanted to start a family, so she drove up solo from San Diego. Doctors told her she'd be able to have children, but...
Hearing the words “you have cancer” was a life altering experience. Hearing it twice was devastating. For anyone, a cancer diagnosis is difficult to bear. For me, as an actress and singer, the effects of my diagnosis were amplified as I...
Magee-Womens nurse to donate at least $450,000 in retirement savings to hospital for infertility researchThe Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewThe anguished faces of couples desperate to conceive children move Sylvia Bernassoli. "Your heart goes out to them, because they're just beside themselves because they can't have a baby," said Bernassoli, 79, of McMurray. She cares so much that...
The Kansas City StarAt the convenience store, my 5-year-old agonized over his choices: the miniature Reese's cup or the mini-Tootsie Roll? He looked so cute. (Yes, I'm biased.) Seeing life through his eyes, there's no room to be worried about bad things in the world. He...
Apparently Steve Chapman (“Science, sex and birth control,” Columns, April 10) left one party out of his “We have two anti-science parties” theory: himself. Plan B and other morning after drugs have documented medical risks....
About 10% of married couples suffer from infertility – the inability to conceive a child naturally. Through the better part of the 20th century, physicians considered this a minor and perhaps irrelevant problem, one that contributed overall to...
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