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Ah, the holidays. Such a cozy time — filled with turkey and stuffing, cranberry sauce and bonhomie. And such a potential minefield for your health. For every delicious meal, there are pounds to pack on and food-borne creepy-crawlies to avoid;...
HealthA joint investigation released this week by the Daily Telegraph and the British Medical Journal shows that the agencies responsible for certifying the safety of new medical implants are more interested in pleasing manufacturers than in protecting...
For senior running back Jonathan Rigaud, the decision to attend Johns Hopkins was easy. Having first heard in his junior year of high school about the winning combination of strong football and pre-medical programs that Hopkins offered, Rigaud saw the...
Wearing a black pencil skirt revealing a 10-inch scar that goes through her knee Lorri Winter walks across the room with swagger showing what she playfully calls her "America's Next Top Model" walk. Three months following knee replacement surgery swagger...
Hazel Sanders depends on her Rottweiler, Jurnee, to get her out walking, which she needs for a disabling knee condition, and to help her up if she falls. Two doctors have written letters saying the dog is an important part of her treatment, and she...
Douglas Mark Reckner has been chosen by the Somerset Lions Club as the student of the month for November. Reckner, the son of Mark and Becky Reckner of Somerset, is a senior in the advanced placement and college preparatory course at Somerset Area...
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The Baltimore SunThree Saturdays ago, Randy Edsall walked from the sideline out to the field to find Perry Hills, his starting quarterback, being carefully lifted onto a cart, his eyes closed in pain after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. Last...
Naomi Morgan reached her limit when her doctor recommended a third surgery for chronic back pain. Tired of being cut open only to have the pain return, Morgan, a 65-year-old nursing assistant, began looking for a less invasive and hopefully more...
Holiday meal planning November is National Diabetes Month. The Diabetes and Endocrinology Center at Baltimore Washington Medical Center will offer a program on how to prepare healthy meals during the holidays. Participants will learn how to make...
After just one year of training, 17-year-old Casey Barlow is a part of an award-winning film crew. Barlow, along with 15 other students at Hub Area Technical School, produced, scripted, filmed and acted in a video that won first place in a competition...
I watched this episode of "Jersey Shore" at the ripe hour of 3 a.m. (thankfully, I recently ordered DVR) and was cracking up at a drunken Deena. As always, I was happy that the new episode picked up right where the last left off. Although she got...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Al Harrington’s recovery from offseason right-knee surgery and a subsequent staph infection in the same joint is nearing an end. The power forward told the Orlando Sentinel that he has a checkup scheduled for Nov. 12 with his...
Tags: Basketball, Orlando Magic, Dwight Howard, Al Harrington, Sports
Nov 20, 2012 |Story| Los Angeles Times
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