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The 33 NewsThose who have been through a Taser zap describe it has five seconds of pure pain, having 50-thousand volts of electricity pumped through the body. But, it isn't just the public or suspects who are Tasered. For some in law enforcement it is a required...
Six faculty members at Gilman School are participating in Swim Across America's "open swim" Sept. 18 to raise money for cancer research and to honor family members who are fighting or died of cancer. The faculty members are Carl Ahlgren, director of...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterAfter Imperial Valley Cancer Center invested about $2.5 million in new technology last December, cancer patients no longer have to drive to San Diego or Palm Springs to get cutting-edge radiation treatment. Patients treated with the new machine...
More people with non-healing wounds from diabetes or radiation treatment are turning to hyperbaric oxygen therapy to boost the amount of oxygen in their blood, allowing them to heal, according to Dr. Robert Sanders, medical director of the American...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, Health, Cancer, Diabetes
It’s that time of summer when gardening chores slow down. We get to go out and sit in our beautiful flower gardens with a good book and cold ice tea. If you are one of many homeowners who planted a vegetable garden this year, it’s harvest...
Tags: Hobbies, Tomatoes, Diseases and Illnesses, Human Body, Health
Peking duck Total time: 1 hour, 40 minutes, plus 1 1/2 days chilling time Servings: 4 to 6 Note: This recipe requires the use of a small pump (such as a bicycle pump); the duck can be inflated by hand using a bamboo straw or turkey baster, though...
Tags: Skin, Soups, Honey, Pancakes, Lifestyle and Leisure
Your dog smells like a pair of sweat socks that have been dunked in cabbage soup. Little Spanky needs a bath, now. Forget the pricey groomer and tackle this one yourself. It will be quicker and cheaper and can be a bonding experience for the two of you....
Tags: Personal Service
KTLA NewsVISTA, Calif. -- A former medical supply salesman has been sentenced to 26-years to life in prison for murdering his girlfriend after finding flirtatious text messages on her cell phone. Jonathan Scott French, 41, was convicted of first-degree murder...
McClatchy Tribune NewspapersEarlier this year, Laura Longueira locked herself in her bedroom for a week. No, it wasn't the stress of motherhood taking its toll—Longueira had just undergone radioactive iodine treatment for thyroid cancer, and posed a radiation risk to her...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesFor millions of people, the quietest room is never quiet enough. Even when surrounded by silence, they can hear a ringing or buzzing in their ears that drives them to distraction. The sound is called tinnitus, and sufferers — often people with...
Special to Tribune NewspapersHave you ever thought of using a folding chair when performing abdominal crunches? Try it. You'll find that it's a comfortable way to focus on contracting your abs without feeling pressure on your back. 1. Place an open-back chair or bench on a flat,...
Hiccups What they are: Involuntary, intermittent, spasmodic contractions of the diaphragm, followed by a sudden closure of the epiglottis (the cartilage protecting the vocal cords), which makes the hiccup sound. They have no known function, but they...
Tags: Lou Gehrig's Disease, Hemorrhaging, Physiology, Hiccups, Stress
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