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email@example.comMillard “Sam” Rock raised four daughters and was a father figure to many over the years. His sunny disposition reflected his boundless faith, which he was eager to talk about with everyone he met. “He influenced so many people’s...
Associated PressFormer President Nelson Mandela’s condition remained serious but stable on Monday, his third day in a Pretoria hospital, the South African government said. “His condition is unchanged,” the office of President Jacob Zuma said in a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSeeking 500 Washington County enrollees to participate in a 20- to 30-year study aimed at finding cancer cures, the American Cancer Society on Thursday hosted an enrollment kick off with the plan to start collecting information and local blood samples...
email@example.comIona Quillen was proud of her roots. She spent a lot of time researching and could trace the family tree beyond her growing-up years in West Virginia, back to the McDonalds in Ireland. She was an only child, but her parents adopted a male cousin after...
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has named Dr. Josef Coresh the inaugural recipient of the George W. Comstock Professorship in Epidemiology. The professorship honors the legacy of Dr. George Comstock, a physician and professor...
firstname.lastname@example.orgShirley Fout Miller was a walking medical miracle. She contracted tuberculosis at age 12 from her mother, about seven years after Shirley’s younger sister and only sibling, Joan, died of diphtheria at age 5 in 1931. Shirley was not expected to...
Shirley Hylton Fout Miller, 86, died Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012, in Hagerstown, Md. She was born at historic "Richfield" in Frederick, Md., on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28, 1925, to Hollis Steaver Fout and Margaret (Maggie) Lou Cox. Her younger sister, Joan,...
I won't hang a picture in my house unless it somehow connects with my life. An oil painting of my Keedysville farmhouse — by my late father-in-law — holds court above my kitchen table. My friend, Neale, rendered my Hagerstown home in...
email@example.comUp to 200 students at Chambersburg Area Senior High School will be tested for pulmonary tuberculosis on Friday because a case of the bacterial infection has been confirmed in someone at the school. Parents of the school’s 2,600 students received...
A reported case of tuberculosis at an area high school has made headlines. Tuberculosis, or TB, bacteria are spread through the air. When a person with active TB disease of the lungs or throat coughs, sneezes, or speaks, people nearby might breathe in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPennsylvania Department of Health officials discussed tuberculosis and answered questions about the bacterial infection for an hour Thursday, but some parents said they left the educational forum with questions. “I felt the answers were very...
email@example.comThe one case of tuberculosis confirmed at Chambersburg Area Senior High School remains the only active diagnosis in the wake of 200 preliminary tests, Pennsylvania’s acting physician general said Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Stephen Ostroff explained...
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