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firstname.lastname@example.orgAmy Rohrer is remembered for putting others first, always concerned about those in need. Her career choices of social work and nursing fit her personality and values well. “Always the first to see the good in others, Amy provided everyone the...
email@example.comFlesh-eating bacteria might sound like something from a science fiction movie or an episode of "The Twilight Zone." But it isn't make believe. Instead, it's a real-life horror story — one where a micro-organism enters the body through an open wound...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt might not be the subject of fundraisers and walk-a-thons. But make no mistake, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Like cancer, AIDS, heart disease and a host of other medical maladies, influenza can be a killer. On average, flu...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Dr. Kermit Gosnell proved a serene but solitary figure in the courtroom during his long murder trial, in contrast to the chaotic life he built as an inner-city doctor, abortion provider and father of six. Jurors who convicted...
An angler Dan Mishler knows built a fish shelter in the waters of Lake Charlevoix in front of his house. Over the winter, said Mishler, who is the president of the Lake Charlevoix Association, the man was ice fishing over that shelter. In the early...
William H. Hoffman, a retired U.S. Food and Drug Administration official, died Monday from septic shock after kidney transplant surgery at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The longtime Ellicott City resident was 81. William Harry Hoffman was...
After more than a year of suffering from Stage 5 kidney failure, Eddie Beatrice decided to look online for a kidney donor. "It was Jan. 1  and I said, 'Today is the day I'm going to take back control of my life,' " said Beatrice, 51, of North...
We hear the complaint often — that we don't tell enough stories about what good kids are doing, that you only hear about the negative things. Maybe that's one of the reasons why the story of Michael Stolzenberg and his brother, Harris, of Weston,...
When Michael Stolzenberg heard that at least 13 people would lose limbs as a result of the Boston Marathon bombing, he said he had a pretty good idea of the torment each would face. "First, they will be sad," said Stolzenberg, who spoke Monday with a...
Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of April 14 -20, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Fashion Star Im this new episode, the...
WSBT-TVThey're colorful and alluring, but Consumer Reports says there's a potential safety hazard with popular small toy balls and beads that expand dramatically in water. There's been one recall, but many more of these super-absorbent polymer balls are...
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Many Americans would be surprised to learn that chimpanzees are still being used in biomedical research and that millions of other animals are utilized in consumer product and toxicity testing. Others may find a sense of security in knowing that this...
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