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After surgeons removed the tumor from her breast last November, Karen Hajiaskari, of Hamburg, N.Y., was deemed cancer-free. But for the next five years she will take a drug called tamoxifen, a medication that's commonly used to prevent a breast cancer...
It's not very often that we get to talk about a “new” cattle disease in South Dakota - it seems like we've been dealing with the same old calf scours and pneumonia for years. But this fall has brought with it a cattle disease that we have not previously...
Staff ReporterStray cats have been turning up dead, baffling an Elmhurst man, who's been caring for them for years. "There used to be 12 or 13, now there are nine sometimes three," according to David Taylor, Vice President of Yoga Gupta Ashram. The feline caretaker...
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” That old English proverb was a recurring theme at least week’s Republican National Convention, where ideological leadership was...
With the extreme heat, and even in less extreme temperatures, those who spend any time outside must stay properly hydrated. Some drinks are better than others, and some people need more fluids than others, says Dr. Marc I. Leavey, an internist at Mercy...
Preseason has arrived as the first high school athletes hit the field today for the opening day of fall practice in the MIAA. Public schools start practice Saturday and the girls in the IAAM get back to work next Wednesday. With many athletes working...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCancer lends itself to the realms of myth. Siddhartha Mukherjee gave the disease some regal treatment in the title of his prize-winning book "The Emperor of All Maladies," but cancer's no emperor. It's a beast. Where actual mythological monsters are...
Pop quiz: How often should you floss? If you think twice a week sounds about right, you're like most Americans surveyed in the American Dental Association's first oral health quiz. And you'd be wrong, as they were, about that and many other dental...
KIAHWe've all experienced a 'not-so-pleaseant' trip to the dentist. One New Zealand lady, however, is half the patient she was before she went into the University of Otago Dental Hospital, and is now in serious need of a dental do-over. It seems some butter-...
Tags: Blood, Health, Cancer, Dentistry and Dental Health, Jaw
Suso Latino Basket 534 Middle Turnpike East, Manchester, (860) 281-2911 View Suso Latino Basket's restaurant page on CT.com Places You could easily overlook Suso Latino Basket, a new pan-Latin restaurant in Manchester. That would be a shame. I'm...
She enters the clinic on a walker, slow yet remarkably steady, and as Pauline Wood hails her host for the day, she gives him a bag of lemon tarts she rose early that morning to bake. With her white hair and glasses, Wood, 89, is every inch the lovable...
"Freud's Last Session" is no "King Lear." And there is nothing in the air to suggest that Mike Nussbaum is slowing down his busy slate of theatrical engagements. Perish the very thought. Still, the role of a dying Sigmund Freud in Mark St. Germain's...
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