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World-class track athlete Tatyana McFadden is not a flashy person. Soft-spoken with a thin face, dark brown eyes and a deceptively muscular frame, she is not the type to speak of her accomplishments without some prompting. But when she does talk about her...
Mediators were dispatched to help keep the conversation civil at a health forum in Chicago last week — a clear sign of the passionate opinions elicited by the debate about whether the federal government should recommend that babies be vaccinated...
When psychiatrists diagnose mental illness, they turn to an unwieldy book called the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM for short. First published in 1952, the tome also is used as a standard by researchers, the health...
It had taken some years for Nicole McLean to embrace her God-given breasts, ample at size H cups. So when, at 39, she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer and told, despite her adamant protests, that mastectomy was the best option, McLean never...
It's a parent's worst nightmare. A father from Forest Hill accidentally backed his lawn mower into his five-year-old daughter, severing her feet. The accident happened at about 6:30 p.m. Monday when many in the neighborhood were out doing evening yard...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Health, Kensington
I wrote today about a 5-year-old Harford County girl who lost her feet after her father accidently backed into her with a lawn mower. It is an accident that could have been prevented, but one that is not all that uncommon in the summer months....
With so much health information readily available, it’s often hard for the nearly 26 million Americans living with diabetes to separate fact from fiction. Here are some facts you should know if you have diabetes. — Diabetes is a serious...
Each week a nutritionist from the University of Maryland Medical Center provides a guest post to The Baltimore Sun's health blog Picture of Health (baltimoresun.com/pictureofhealth), which is reprinted here. This week, Amanda Tauber weighs in on type 2...
Tags: Nutrition, Overweight, Human Body, Insulin, Heart Disease
The Chain Gang - Orlando SentinelFrom the Consumer Product Safety Commission, these alerts: Bridgeway Bicycles (91,000 units) The bicycle chain can break, causing a rider to lose control and fall. Trek 2012 FX and District bicycles (27,000 units) The bolt that secures the seat saddle...
ReporterAn update now on a story we first brought to you a couple of weeks ago. A 17-year-old boy from the African country of Zambia is getting life saving surgery Friday in one of our hometowns. Orphan Medical Network International and another organization...
Two Lighthouse Charter School students remained hospitalized at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health Monday evening, following a fatal bus crash that killed 5-year-old Donasty Smith and bus driver Thomas Spencer, 60. Ten of the 50 students on the...
Even in a great collection of Civil War artifacts, the gold pocket watch owned by legendary Confederate Maj. Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson would be ranked as a treasure. So would Southern cavalry commander J.E.B. Stuart's 6-shot, .36-caliber Navy...
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