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email@example.comWhen Rita Duke was diagnosed with breast cancer, she was terrified. She didn't think she would live to see another Christmas with her children let alone live to see her children marry or become parents. "I had four children and no children were married....
Tags: Health, Breast Cancer, Chemotherapy, Hodgkins Disease, Lymphoma
firstname.lastname@example.orgGarnet Stevens doesn't think of himself as a control freak. "I'm more of a 'Yes dear, no dear, whatever you want to do dear,'" the Waynesboro Pa. resident said. But last December, when doctors told Stevens he had two brain tumors, he found himself...
Tags: Health, Relay for Life, Diseases and Illnesses, Brain, Cancer
email@example.comLoved ones filled the hospital room at Meritus Medical Center to say goodbye to Michael Bell, who was on the verge of death. His long fight with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) was nearing an end. "I didn't know how to feel, how to think, because...
MCTC inmates group invites community to Walk-A-Thon To the editor: With the coming of spring the inmates at Maryland Correctional Training Center are involved in giving back to society. We appreciate acting Warden Wayne Webb of MCTC and the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen forensic investigator Linda Altizer isn't determining a cause of death, she's traveling the globe trying to help the living. Altizer recently returned from Liberia, a small country in West Africa. For nine days, she trained new nurses and...
Tags: Ceremonies, Health, Orthopedic Surgery, Liberia, Elections
Give bicyclists a break To the editor: The laws, if followed correctly, promote courtesy to all on the road. Most drivers today drive as if they are alone on the road. If a bicycle is climbing a hill and you pass that bicycle and a vehicle pops over...
email@example.comGreg Vincent remembers his grandfather's aching feet. It was hard not to notice, he said — especially when the elderly man spent hours soaking his toes in warm water, trying to relieve the pain from his bunions and calluses. Vincent thought of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith the national push to end childhood obesity— and campaigns targeted at "The Biggest Generation" — kids today have a heavy burden to bear. And Washington County youths are feeling the burden. The Herald-Mail is launching a monthly series...
Tags: Health, Heart Disease, Diabetes, Wii, Entertainment
Feb. 19 marked a significant date in world history To the editor: A pivotal moment in the war in the Pacific and the world, as we know it today, was Feb. 19, 1945, when the United States invaded the tiny island of Iwo Jima. It was after this battle...
email@example.comGrandma called it roughage. Some nutritionists call it bulk. Whatever name is used, everyone agrees that fiber is a key ingredient to good health. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, fiber intake can play a role in preventing diabetes,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMain Street Martinsburg is teaming up with organizers of Relay for Life to launch a "high heel" kickoff event for the annual American Cancer Society fundraiser this year. The first Paint the Town Purple weeklong awareness event from April 3 to 9 will...
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