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Although more than 20 years have passed since Lois Knoke's first traumatic break, her voice cracked and her eyes watered as she described her darkest days living with a mental illness. "Picture a heart monitor going flat. Now picture that as my mind,"...
Associated PressNEW DELHI (AP) — The Indian government announced Tuesday the development of a new low-cost vaccine proven effective against a diarrhea-causing virus that is one of the leading causes of childhood deaths across the developing world. The Indian...
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: As his caregiver, how can I tell if my father's memory loss is just a natural part of aging, or if it's the early stages of Alzheimer's disease? At what point should I take him to be seen by a physician? ANSWER: In many people, memory...
One person can have a big impact on the lives of others. In the case of Janet Agranoff and Todd Ochs -- a married couple who live in Ravenswood -- the effect has been multiplied by four. Back in 1996, Janet watched in outrage as “60 minutes”...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, Chemical Industry, China
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — A 65-year-old man with a long history of threatening public officials and plotting to blow up the nation's largest mosque in Dearborn, Mich., could soon be living in a community facility in Vermont for people with serious...
Missouri lawmakers have sent to the governor legislation requiring doctors be present for the initial dose of an abortion-inducing drug. Supporters say the requirement protects a woman's health and safety by ensuring the prescribing physician is present....
Tags: Chemical Industry, Social Issues, Abortion
Week in and week out for the last five years, Marlin Hoover has boarded a plane for New Mexico, where he sees patients Monday through Wednesday. Then, the psychologist flies home Thursday to treat patients at his southwest suburban office in Tinley Park....
Tags: Hinsdale, Physiology, Psychiatrists, Springfield, Don Harmon
AP Business WriterFRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Higher prices for its multiple sclerosis drug Rebif helped German pharmaceutical and high-tech materials company Merck KGaA post a 54 percent rise in first-quarter profit. Merck also saw stronger sales of materials for...
At Broward Health System's hospitals, Dr. Jean-Jacques Rajter uses his iPad on rounds, his laptop in his hospital office and his iPhone "in a pinch." "Information is accessible just about anywhere I happen to be," said Rajter, who specializes in...
Reuters* Defensive stocks unusually leading Europe stock rally * Healthcare price/earnings ratios at five-year highs * Fund managers still favour defensives -BofA ML survey By Tricia Wright LONDON, May 14 (Reuters) - Defensive stocks such as healthcare...
Dear Pharmacist: After years of hiking without many problems, I began experiencing pain near my ankle and heel. My doctor diagnosed Achilles tendinitis and prescribed medicine, which did reduce pain and swelling. Which natural remedies keep this at bay?...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri lawmakers have given final approval to legislation that would require doctors to be present for the initial dose of an abortion-inducing drug. The House sent the bill to Gov. Jay Nixon on a vote of 115-39 Monday. It...
Tags: Jay Nixon, Chemical Industry, Social Issues, Abortion
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