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On behalf of many Illinoisans suffering from terminal illnesses, debilitating medical conditions and incapacitating pain, I ask Gov. Pat Quinn to sign House Bill 1, the Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Pilot Program Act, into law. I’m a...
VernonJessica Rowley grew up in Vernon, a small municipality but hometown to notables like four-time Super Bowl champion Bill Romanowski, Senator and onetime governor of Virginia Mark Warner, and African American still life painter, Charles Ethan Porter. Raised...
Nerve disease caused by type-2 diabetes accounts for half of all amputations in the United States. But a new treatment is helping patients keep their limbs and it comes from pregnant women. Diabetic sores on Rocco Lobosco's left foot robbed him...
A multiple sclerosis patient at a Fort Lauderdale halfway house was killed Monday by another resident, police said. Alicia Jahalal, 37, was in a Broward County jail Tuesday, facing a murder charge. She and Janice D'Elia were both residents for just...
Tags: Fort Lauderdale, Broward County
In 1974, Jack Wilson did something many people only dream about: He quit his job making industrial fermenting equipment and started his own business. "The parent company was becoming quite controlling and I don't control well," said Wilson, 88, of...
The Illinois legislature lifted a tremendous weight from my shoulders last week by passing a comprehensive medical cannabis bill (“Illinois Senate approves medical marijuana bill,” News, May 17). After nearly a decade of work, relief is on the...
Richard Pryor died in 2005 at the age of 65 from a heart attack related to multiple sclerosis. The unexpected thing, given his life and habits and health, was not that he died so young but that he lived so long. Marina Zenovich's enlightening...
Dr. Ruth H. Singer, a retired physician who was a state health administrator and later worked in AIDS and HIV treatment at Chase Brexton Health Services, died of pancreatic cancer May 27 at her North Baltimore home. She was 69. "What one loved about Ruth...
Irreverent and often raucous, the 41st American Film Institute Life Achievement Award gala Thursday evening at the Dolby Theatre honored the king of comedy, Mel Brooks, in a full-on laugh fest. Martin Short got the evening off to a flying start by...
Ultramarathons are to running what the Marquis de Sade was to romance. Not sure I support such extremism. When one of the sport's stars, a frantic rabbit by the name of Shannon Farar-Griefer, runs the infamous Badwater, she races on desert roads so hot...
Tags: Running, Sports, Road Running
The Hartford CourantAvi Szapiro was living in Brooklyn, working as a restaurant and food consultant, when New Haven beckoned. A colleague, who was consulting on a restaurant concept for some street-level space in the old Taft Hotel building, asked Szapiro to travel to the...
Tags: Ayurvedic Medicine, China, Pasta, Wines, Tomatoes
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