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OK, beauty might be in the eye of the beholder, because bullheads might be one of the homeliest fish in fresh water. But there are a lot of reasons to think they're attractive. First, bullheads look wonderful when fried to a golden brown color. And when...
If the French Open has you thinking about taking your own tennis game up several notches this summer, you might want to have Loyola University Medical Center's new tennis medicine program on speed dial. Those who only dust off the racket a few times...
Chronic pain can bring on depression, problems of memory and concentration, and general brain fog-- a fact well known to many of the 50 million American adults who live with pain that has settled in for a long stay. But a study published Wednesday finds...
A fractured back kept Mason Case out of action for most of his sophomore season at Corona del Mar High. A bad back only kept Case out of practice for most of his junior season. Who says you need to practice to perform at a high level in boys' soccer...
The 33 NewsBess Rangel admits she comes from a family of slouchers and has slouched since she was seven years old. "I have, yes because they have been telling me since I was young, since I was a little girl." And Bess hasn't stopped--her job requires her to sit in...
Fox59Of the three bullets that entered and exited Officer Moore's body, two went through his face and came out of the back of his neck. Doctors at Wishard say the bullets hit the boney part of his spine but not his spinal cord. They also missed his brainstem:...
Tags: Behavioral Conditions, Human Body, Spine, Health
FOX 5 San Diego SportsSAN DIEGO -- The supercross motorcycles roar into Qualcomm Stadium this week, yet one of the most interesting riders won't twist a throttle. Instead, Jimmy Button will use pedal power to fight off his own paralysis. "I'm more than a miracle, that's for...
Tags: KSWB, Motorcycling, Spine, Qualcomm Inc., Sports
Opinion L.A.The envelopes, please -- or at least the quick sketches on the back of them. Hard to beat Ted Rall's unemployably unemployed for best animated shortchange. And though the Hollywood guilded might disagree, Nate Beeler's beleaguered taxpayer surely deserves...
Show TrackerA drill instructor puts his young charges through their paces at a disciplinary camp for youths, in a driving rain. One teen, Landon, seems ready to drop and begs Sarge not to force him to finish. Sarge is in â€œFull......
Hartford CourantIt can happen while you're hauling boxes to the attic, gardening in the yard or even sitting in front of a computer too long. Back pain: It's one of the most common medical problems in the United States, according to the National Institutes of Health....
We've all seen the kids in their skinny jeans and baggy plaids slouching their way to school, nearly collapsing from the weight of those insanely giant backpacks. How many moms and dads on any given school day lift those jammed school bags and say, "What...
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