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As the doors of Riverside Doctors' Hospital opened at 6 a.m. Monday, maintenance personnel used a cherry-picker to reach and flip the light switch beneath the Emergency sign. The main action, though, was on the second floor, where two surgery patients...
Until recently, I didn't know that I could use stem cells to help heal my bum shoulder. Perhaps that's because I don't use said shoulder for hurling baseballs or footballs at speeds approaching the sound barrier for obscene amounts of money. I can see...
Tuesday, May 7 I truly hope you were able to catch "Susan's Story," either last night at 6 or today on WDBJ 7 Mornin'. Susan Bahorich bravely shared her personal struggle with ovarian cancer. I am so proud of her for being open and honest with what she is...
Gigantic Roy Halladay banners hanging over the concourse at Citizens Bank Park may be irrelevant. His warm-up music — "Mad World" by Tears for Fears — might never again blare throughout the stadium. The end of an era may have arrived....
Tags: Brandon Webb, Michael Pineda, Sports, Baseball, New York Yankees
HOUSTON — A visit to Dr. James Andrews, the orthopedic surgeon who performs more than 200 Tommy John surgeries per year, can cause great consternation for big league pitchers and their teams, but Sean Burnett actually got some good news after...
Tags: Ryan Madson, Sports, Baseball, Barack Obama, Sean Burnett
The Baltimore SunDeparting Maryland center Alex Len underwent surgery for a partial stress fracture in his left ankle that was diagnosed after he declared for the NBA draft, according to his agent. The injury -- and subsequent surgery performed by orthopedic surgeon Dr....
UNIVERSITY PARK (MCT) — As Penn State seniors are days away from turning their tassels, the members of the board of trustees are poised to bring the university into a new chapter of its life, too. The trustees are convening today and Friday for a...
TALLAHASSEE — Former Florida State cornerback Greg Reid's string of bad luck took another unfortunate turn late last week. Reid learned found out he will have to undergo a second surgery to fix a torn anterior cruciate ligament. The NFL hopeful...
Tags: Robert Griffin III, Sports, Baseball, Free Agency, NFL Draft
Jacques Rogge told a German newspaper last week that future International Olympic Committee presidents no longer should be volunteers but paid employees. He is right. But only under this condition: If he or she is to be paid, the president who...
With everything finally going so well for him, both on and off the field, former Menchville High pitcher Ethan Carter has torn the ulnar collateral ligament in his right (pitching) elbow and will undergo Tommy John surgery next week. Carter is done for...
The Baltimore SunBuck Showalter had initially said that top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy was seeing renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews on Tuesday, but the manager told reporters after Wednesday’s game that he misspoke about Bundy’s schedule....
Dr. Paul S. Lietman, a retired Johns Hopkins professor of medicine, pharmacology, molecular sciences and pediatrics, died of congestive heart failure April 20 at his Ruxton home. He was 79. "He was a gifted educator and was beloved by generations of...
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