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Andrew Ingley wanted to improve his focus and his creativity. So Ingley, a manager of a chiropractor's office, turned to a creative method that he says helped him in both areas: He examined and learned to control his brain waves. Ingley, 39, recently...
NORFOLK — He moves more slowly and speaks more quietly than folks remember, but there's nothing wrong with C.J. Woollum's mind, or his appetite, as he wages the most difficult battle of his life. Woollum, the longtime face of Christopher Newport...
Harry Dill is no stranger to miracles. Less than nine months ago he defied the odds and overcame adversity in the form of a brain tumor. So when he stepped to the plate with the score tied, a runner on and two out in the final inning, he was ready to...
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KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES, Calif. (KTLA) -- The death of British filmmaker Tony Scott has been formally ruled a suicide. The coroner's report cites the cause of death as multiple blunt force injuries and evidence of drowning after jumping from the Vincent Thomas...
Concurrent with my duties as a weekly columnist for the Daily Pilot, I provide business development guidance to physicians and dentists. Since 1998, this work has taken me behind the scenes at countless medical and dental offices, clinics and hospitals....
Harley Christopher Andrews died of a brain tumor Sept. 2. He was only 23, dying before he had a chance to really begin living. Twelve days later, his mother, Wendy Andrews Smith, opened this cheerful note from the Social Security Administration addressed...
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WDBJ7 Sports DirectorA host of players are currently in the hunt during the second round of the Greenbrier Classic, including J.B. Holmes. The fact that Holmes is even on the course, is a minor miracle. J.B. Holmes looks like any other PGA Tour player. But last summer,...
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email@example.comWhen Liz Burchett discovered she had a brain tumor, she determined to fight it. “It became my personal fight, I didn’t want cancer to define me,” she said. The baseball-sized tumor was discovered in 2010. Burchett had been...
The Baltimore SunI did not think I’d ever see a better medical documentary series than the Emmy-Award-winning “Hopkins 24/7” that aired in 2000 or its sequel, “Hopkins,” which won a Peabody Award in 2008. The backstage access, immediacy and...
The family of a Newport Harbor High School student who is struggling to recover from a brain tumor is looking for community support. Shelby Benjamin should be getting excited to start her senior year, but instead she is fighting to recover from her...
L.A. NOWLos Angeles police are interviewing witnesses as well as family and friends of director Tony Scott as the investigation into his death continued Tuesday. Both police and the L.A. County coroner's office believe Scott took his own life when he......
It used to be that the cancer doctor’s toolbox contained three essential tools — a scalpel to cut out the disease, chemo to poison it and radiation to zap it. But today that toolbox is bulging with new and better weapons. “We’re...
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