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  • Cashew Chicken Salad

    Cashew Chicken Salad
    Cashew Chicken Salad Richard E. Collins, MD THE COOKING CARDIOLOGIST® South Denver Cardiology Associates 1000 SouthPark Drive Littleton, CO 80120 303-74-HEART This is a very fast chicken salad to make especially for ladies lunch. The secret in cutting...
  • Drew University board resigns and appoints new members

    The board of the beleaguered Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science resigned Friday, at the same time leaders of universities, hospitals and a foundation stepped in to try to rescue the South Los Angeles area campus from financial disaster....
  • Online Dish: Police Pepper Spray 8-Year-Old After Classroom Outburst

    Online Dish: Police Pepper Spray 8-Year-Old After Classroom Outburst
    Colorado police had to pepper spray an eight-year-old boy after he went into a rage in the classroom. The teachers said they had to barricade themselves in a storage closet after the second grader, Aidan, threw a violent temper tantrum on February 22nd....
  • Offensive outburst leads to pair of wins

    Sportsworld hitters shifted into high gear this week by scoring 26 runs and bringing home two big wins in Laguna Beach Little League AAA Division action. On Saturday, Sportsworld rallied to score a 12-11 comeback win over UPS Store. UPS Store rocketed...
  • 'Ho Hum Bandit' suspect arrested in Denver

    'Ho Hum Bandit' suspect arrested in Denver
    SAN DIEGO -- A man suspected of robbing seven banks in San Diego County has been arrested in Denver, FBI agents announced Wednesday. The FBI's Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force in Denver arrested 34-year-old Adam Lynch Monday evening. Agents said...
  • Mammography Screening Down Among Younger Women

    Mammography Screening Down Among Younger Women
    Guideline recommendations by the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force in 2009 that proposed that physicians no longer needed to recommend to women ages 40 to 49 that they get a screening mammography have begun to impact the number of yearly mammograms...
  • Local breweries go for gold at Colorado beer festival

    Local breweries go for gold at Colorado beer festival
    San Diego breweries prepared Wednesday to put their best beers forward in hopes to claim top honors at the Great American Beer Festival this weekend. Over 29,000 attendees are expected to pack Denver's event to drink beers from all over the United...
  • PA Hospitals - Mortality Rates Down

    PA Hospitals - Mortality Rates Down
    The Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP) today said that the Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment Council's (PHC4) latest Hospital Performance Report demonstrates that Pennsylvania hospitals' commitment to high-quality patient...
  • The Bell Curve: Citizens and their interests are out-muscled

    My youngest daughter, Debby, lives in Boulder, Colo., and I've made a fair number of trips via Denver International Airport to visit her. And one of the satisfactions is the drive to and from that airport. I've never failed to admire the beauty of the...
  • All But 2 of 33 Chilean Miners Out of the Hospital

    All But 2 of 33 Chilean Miners Out of the Hospital
    Copiapo, Chile (CNN) -- All but two of the 33 miners rescued this week in Chile after more than two months underground have been released from the Copiapo Regional Hospital, officials there told reporters Friday. Two of the men are still in the hospital,...
  • Mary Katherine Jordan

    Mary Katherine Jordan
    Mary Katherine “Kathy” Jordan left this world on January 18, 2011 after a courageous battle with a long term illness.  She passed peacefully and was surrounded by her five children and Gary Jordan; her devoted husband of nearly 41 years....
  • These students are on a mission

    These students are on a mission
    On Christmas Day, Zachary Wetzel walked 20 miles through the mountains and jungles of Paraguay to a hotel that could receive phone calls from the United States. He made the journey to receive a call from his parents in La Cañada. Wetzel is one of 28...