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Orlando Sentinel ColumnistUniversity of Central Florida trustees decided on Thursday to spend $15.1 million on 25 acres -- just more than $600,000 an acre -- in Lake Nona's Medical City. By one longtime land developer and investor's estimate, that's 25-33 percent more than it...
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyrod Taylor, is challenging individuals in Hampton Roads, where he grew up, to raise at least $212 each in 2012 to help the American Cancer Society save more lives through Relay For Life. Hampton Roads locals who sign up for...
Tags: Tyrod Taylor, Health Organizations, Cancer, Football, Health
The following are the remarks of President Barack Obama, as prepared for delivery. Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, members of Congress, distinguished guests, and fellow Americans: Last month, I went to Andrews Air Force Base and welcomed home some of...
It has been a year since Delores Slezak noticed something unusual with her body. "I woke up one morning with my teeth chattering like I was cold," said Slezak, 66, a nurse at a middle school who lives in Champaign. "All the while, I was nice, warm and...
Wylie W. Vale Jr., a professor at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla and an internationally renowned expert on brain hormones who led a team of Salk researchers that discovered the brain hormone that triggers the body's reaction to...
Recent federal court rulings on genetically modified foods have left Connecticut activists more than a bit baffled about what sort of legislation they can propose to ensure that consumers know whether their food has been altered through genetic...
He gets around, that George Washington. Spit crisp and slick from the ATM, he slides in and out of wallets, waiters' aprons, beggars' coffee cups, deli cash registers, the pockets of teens' jeans. Countless anonymous fingers have fondled that buck of...
CW33 NewsBen Raef may have gotten married at just the right time--about a year-and-a-half ago he noticed a lump along his jaw-line and was diagnosed withHodgkin's Lymphoma. While he likes to think he stays on top of his health--he has some single buddies don't....
Tags: Health Treatments, Lymphoma, Health, Cancer, Death
Peyton "Pete" Dralle wasted little time after he learned doctors could do no more to treat his throat cancer. He took spur-of-the-moment trips, got his affairs in order and, when he finally agreed to care at San Diego Hospice, he documented his life...
i-Lipo™ (FDA Certified) is the latest in laser lipolysis, offering you a way to achieve inch loss and body contouring with no anesthesia, no pain, no needles and no down time! i-Lipo uses photobiomodulation to trigger the body’s natural...
Dr. Richard Fessler leaned over his patient's back and sliced through skin, muscle and bone until he exposed the man's spinal cord, crushed just days earlier in a motorcycle crash. He then inserted a syringe into the cable of nerves and injected about...
New statistics from the American Cancer Society show a slight decline in cancer death rates between 2004 and 2008, but a few types of cancer are on the rise. Figures released last week, in Jan. 2012, show a drop in cancer death rates of 1.8 percent...
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