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GRAND CANYON, Ariz. -- Eric York was obsessed with the big cats -- their health, temperaments and survival rates amid the park’s annual tourist invasion. For years, he wandered the area’s crags, gullies and woods, tracking and tagging the...
There would be no Willis Reed-like inspirational moment for the Chicago Bulls, as their star point guard, Derrick Rose, continued to wear a stylish business suit instead of his No. 1 red jersey for Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals Wednesday...
The number of flu-related deaths in South Dakota this past season has been the highest since 2004. There were 38 influenza-related deaths in the 2012-13 flu season as of April 27, the latest report, said state Epidemiologist Lon Kightlinger. In 2004,...
Apparently, Tom Thibodeau's definition of improvement is no longer vomiting. Moments after the Bulls coach called Luol Deng "day to day" and left Deng's Game 4 availability open because "hopefully, with another 24 hours he's better," Deng painted a...
Tags: Luol Deng, Meningitis, Tom Thibodeau
READER SUBMITTED: Doctors Express Danbury Urgent Care Center Uses Youtube Ad Online Services To ConnectDanburyOnly one month in, Doctors Express Danbury is setting the pace in the medical community on innovative ways to enhance relationships and to further connect with patients and the healthcare community. Instead of competing with the hospital emergency room,...
South Bend TribuneLori McCune had finished her breakfast and was peeling potatoes for Thanksgiving dinner when her husband, Rick, walked into the kitchen to help. This was a ritual for the two of them, to see who could peel the most potatoes the quickest. But Rick was...
PASADENA — In a de facto championship game in Olympic League softball, Maranatha High faced off against visiting Whittier Christian with the championship on the line for three schools. A Minutemen win would give them at least a share of the title. A...
Boogers, snot, puke, farts and B.O. — all things that make kids laugh and cause adults to squirm. Even the most unpleasant functions of our body are there for a reason. In "Grossology," opening May 18 at Allentown's Da Vinci Science Center, kids...
Tags: Science, Vomiting, Allentown, Mole (lesion), Human Body
An explosion of cheap generic substitutes for widely used prescription drugs last year helped drive the first decline in pharmaceutical spending in the U.S. in nearly six decades. Drug makers often lament what they call the patent cliff, which is when...
The Hartford CourantHe would be named Asaph. In January of 1987, Evelyn Schwapp found in the Old Testament the name of King David's chief musician, one appointed to raise the sounds of God's joy. She had been a member of the Glory Chapel choir in Hartford and more than...
(This selection is edited for clarity and length.) Tom Acitelli What do you think of when you think of Chicago? Oddly enough, the 1860 Republican convention that nominated Abraham Lincoln. Who is an author you'd like to meet, dead or alive?...
Sales of OraSure's new OraQuick in-home HIV test, which arrived on store shelves in October, are rising, but not quickly enough to wipe the red ink off the company's balance sheet. The Bethlehem company that makes diagnostic tests for conditions that...
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