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Due to the very nature of our line of work in veterinary medicine, we are exposed to pain and suffering many times every day in our furry friends. From trauma, elective surgery, non-elective surgery, tumors, fractures, periodontal disease, abdominal...
The emails from Kim Reno, the chief financial officer at The Herald-Mail Co., contained good news and bad news. The good news: the hideously old carpet in our building is being replaced. The bad news: all employees need to pack the contents of their desk...
Tags: Career and Workplace, Employees
Ok, if you are playing a NCAA bracket and it is perfect, I want to shake your hand and have you buy me a lottery ticket or two. For all of those experts who had either Duke or Missouri going deep into the tournament; uh, sorry about your luck their buddy,...
Taking a low-dose of aspirin each day could help you fight-off cancer. Researchers found patients who took low doses of aspirin daily, for at least three years, had a more than 20-percent lower risk of developing cancer. Patients who took the drug for...
Tags: Health, Drugs and Medicines, Cancer
Crime is not supposed to be amusing, and an aspirin allegation in Lower Macungie Township would not ordinarily make one think of a multimillion-dollar caper on the other side of the state. Still, Thursday's story in The Morning Call — about a man...
"Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition" 10 p.m. June 13, ABC Episode: "Dana" The premise Dana Baker is a 44-year-old gospel singer who weighs 498 pounds. He freely admits to a regular diet of cookies, Hawaiian Punch and donuts. He sweats when...
HealthYears ago, when I was a student at Penn State, a NORML activist cornered me and tried to talk me into supporting the “legalize marijuana” cause. Keep in mind that this was many years before the state of California approved the use of medical...
Daily DishFood FYI: Sweet news about sour cherries...
World NowIn a solemn tribute, mourners remembered the late novelist Carlos Fuentes as a Mexican man of letters who helped open the eyes of the world to Mexico....
HealthPatients recruited through Lehigh Valley Hospital helped play a role in an important study published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine. The study took 10 years and was the largest double-blind comparison of aspirin and warfarin, a blood-...
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