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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt's a deceptively simple idea: What if doctors could recruit the body's own immune system to fight cancer? The complexities of the immune system have kept this from becoming reality, until now. Three cancer vaccines -- for prostate cancer, melanoma and...
Tags: Drugs and Medicines, Health, Donald Morton, Leukemia, Oncology
May 19, 2011 The boy approached the marble statue, gazing up — miles up, as he remembers it now — into the face of the benevolent figure it depicted. It was May 8, 1996, and Grayson Gilbert, 6, had a lot on his mind. A few months earlier,...
Animal bites can be serious. They can injure the skin and bones and joints, and the damage could have lasting impacts. Dr. Tanveer Giaibi, chief of emergency medicine at Northwest Hospitals, answers questions about the dangers of and treatments for all...
They call it The City of Sun and Sea, the Venice of America. Beautiful Sunny Isles Beach, Fla., is located on a barrier island surrounded by Miami, the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. The peach and white Ocean One building on Collins...
HealthKey contributorJust like women, men have breast tissue. Although male hormones do not stimulate the breast tissue to grow into full breasts, men can still develop breast cancer. Because men's risk of developing breast cancer is very low (fewer than 1% of all breast...
Closing of Main & Maple is sad To the editor, I am saddened to see that Main & Maple coffee house is closed. This really is a shame, as I am not alone in saying it was one of the very few places in downtown Nicholasville that I enjoyed visiting. I...
Eugene Fodor, a swashbuckling violin virtuoso who was a media darling of classical music in the 1970s but whose substance abuse fractured a fairytale career, has died. He was 60. Fodor died of liver disease Feb. 26 at his home in Arlington, Va., said his...
Tags: Health, Denver, Music Theater, Human Interest, Washington, DC
Question: I'm worried about nuclear fallout from Japan, not for our two children but our two dogs and two cats. In fact, at this moment I'm buying potassium iodide for my family online. Should I also give this to our pets? — B.D., Seattle Q: We...
Government personnel have been investigating a large mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) die-off located approximately 16 miles northwest of Pierre, South Dakota. A recent update by the U.S. Geological Survey's National Wildlife Health Center (NWHC) indicates...
A benefit for Paul Hansen will be Saturday at the Eagles, 316 S. Second St. Activities begin at 4 p.m. with an auction, raffles, a meal and door prizes. Donations will be accepted. Mark Remily will provide entertainment beginning at 9 p.m. Hansen,...
Church giving away winter coats Church the Head Missionary Church at 845 E. Main St., Danville, will provide warm coats for anyone needing one. The coats will be given away from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. every Monday at the church. Flu mist available at...
Tags: Health, Flu, Heart Disease, Thyme, Lungs and Airways
Q: My cat gets the hiccups and sometimes belches. I've always had a cat, but this is my first male, and he's a sweetheart. Do male cats in particular get hiccups? What should I do about it? — E.R., Cyberspace A: "In my 42-year career as a...
Tags: Health, David Letterman, Education, Human Interest, Politics
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