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firstname.lastname@example.orgTo understand where Mackenzie Keplin's life is at now, you have to go back to February, when doctors discovered a football-sized tumor growing in her stomach and pressing against her organs. Keplin, who was then a 17-year-old senior at Central High...
If you've been near social media or on the Internet, you may be aware of the buzz over posts claiming a teenage boy took a home pregnancy test as a joke, received a positive result, and wound up being diagnosed with testicular cancer. CNN interviewed a...
A Greenwood woman said she had almost given up hope, when she received a life-changing phone call. Julie Miranda needed a kidney and pancreas transplant, but it felt like she had been waiting forever. She said with one phone call, her prayers were...
I am a firm believer in recycling whenever possible, so today I'm recycling a bit of writing I did, thus preserving the earth's precious dwindling supply of my brain cells. I spoke last week at a senior-citizen event co-sponsored by the Daily Press,...
Editor: Have you or your family ever considered the possibility of organ donation? It is not a subject that is easily discussed, but it is a very important issue and one that should be shared with all members of your family. There are 115,662 people...
Daily American Staff WriterA dream came true for 5-year-old Ariah Rogers when she met Mickey Mouse at Disney World in September. “It was fantastic,” said her father, Jesse Rogers. “It was great.” This was an experience he never thought she’d...
The whispers started right away: Was Patrick Soon-Shiong, a Los Angeles billionaire-doctor-philanthropist-businessman, on the shortlist of potential buyers for entertainment giant AEG? Soon after the company put itself on the block Tuesday, Soon-Shiong...
WDBJ-TV Anchor/ReporterPeople with Type One Diabetes have to manage their disease every day. They're tied to insulin pumps and blood sugar monitors. But one local woman is taking part in clinical research she hopes will one day give more freedom to people with diabetes. "I...
Days after undergoing gastric bypass surgery, Brenda Maker's diabetes was gone — her body producing enough of the hormone insulin to turn sugar into fuel. It's a phenomenon seen in recent years by doctors who increasingly are using the operation...
Quiet. Intense. Hard-hitting. Bruton High football coach Tracy Harrod's description of Panthers senior Kajoun Johnson is also a perfect fit for Poquoson junior Austin Turner. They do, in fact, have a lot in common. In addition to the aforementioned...
Burleigh is a Bernese mountain dog who is more mountain than dog. At 120 pounds, the 16-month-old bounds into the examining room at a Des Plaines doggy fitness center like an animal a quarter of his size. Burleigh is Katie Mehrtens' youngest client and...
Tags: Diabetes, Diseases and Illnesses, Golf, Blindness, Sports
SAN DIEGO -- A Mountain View woman who abused her 9-year-old daughter over a 17-month period, culminating with a fatal punch and kick to the child's stomach, pleaded guilty Tuesday to second-degree murder. Crystal Cardenas, 27, will be sentenced to 15...
Tags: Abusive Behavior, Punishment, Trials
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