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firstname.lastname@example.orgSusan McCarney was a woman in motion. Her family said it was typical for her to have completed several loads of laundry and have the house cleaned by 7 a.m. “She was always busy. She loved to clean, anything in the house, anybody’s house,&...
Mickey Mantle was one of my favorite baseball heroes as I was growing up in Dargan. I still remember the exciting 1961 home run race between him and Roger Maris. As Mantle lay in his New York hospital bed dying from cancer of the liver, he famously said,...
Headlines for Wednesday, June 19, 2013 RAY MANZAREK: Last Recordings Out Today Less than a month after his death comes a new album from Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek. Twisted Tales is Manzarek's third album with slide guitar player Roy Rogers came...
Bits and pieces of "biological dirt" from inside people's colons are being left on three in 20 of the instruments inserted in people's rectums to examine their lower digestive tract, according to a study at five hospitals nationwide. "Three out of 20 is...
The New York Times looked at the varying costs of a colonoscopy at hospitals around the country to illustrate how simple medical procedures are driving up health care costs. The story that ran over the weekend found that the costs of medical...
Early detection of cancer is the best chance of cure, right? Maybe not. A growing body of counterintuitive evidence suggests that some cancer-screening tests — including those for breast, prostate, colon, lung and cervical cancer — may be...
Question: What does my son in college have in common with South Florida public officials? Answer: Both of them spend too much of my money. I know a lot of attention has been paid recently to how much officials are getting paid in pension and sick...
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SPRINGFIELD -- A man from Springfield whose fight against cancer inspired a benefit concert by singer Sheryl Crow has died. Drew Lewis passed away on Saturday at home surrounded by friends and family. Drew's battle against colon cancer brought local...
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There has been a lot of news about medical tests lately. Physicians are coming out against unnecessary testing and screenings to save patients time, money and health risks. As a senior, how do you know which tests or screenings you should have done, and...
Sofia Vergara appeared on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday to discuss her bout with thyroid cancer, freezing her eggs and her wedding plans. The "Modern Family" actress, who is a spokeswoman for the hypothyroidism campaign Follow the Script, revealed...
If someone took a notion to ask author Mary Roach to perform, say, stomach surgery, she would probably also remove much of the large intestine, the gall bladder and at least one kidney, all with the excuse that it was just so interesting. That's the...
What is it about the New Year that motivates us to take control of our health and our lives? After all, every month, every Monday, every day presents us with a new opportunity to cultivate more prudent habits. But there's something about Jan. 1 —...
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