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firstname.lastname@example.orgIt was with a sense of melancholy that Christina was attending her last Antietam Exchange Club Christmas party Saturday at the Masonic Lodge in Hagerstown. Since she was pregnant with the first of her three children, Christina has been enrolled in the...
Maybe something good will come from the Shakespearean tragedy that is the Jesse Jackson Jr. saga: A deeper understanding of mental illness and more empathy for those afflicted with it. Or maybe not. The level of cynicism in these parts is so high that...
Dozens of brand-name prescription drugs are losing their patent protection, allowing generic versions to enter the market and consumers to save 30 to 80 percent on those medications, said David Belian, director of media relations for the Generic...
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Former Montgomery County Executive Doug Duncan is preparing a run for his old job in 2014, potentially setting up a high-stakes political battle in Maryland's largest county. Duncan, who led Montgomery County from 1994 until he ran for governor in 2006,...
Tribune reporterAld. Sandi Jackson said Thursday that doctors have yet to figure out the proper mix of medications for ailing U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., leaving uncertain the timing of his return to Congress. Jackson took medical leave June 10 and within days had...
Looking dapper with his slicked-back hair and gray vest, Sawyer Stahl was all the part of George Bailey, the well-meaning banker of Bedford Falls whose frustrations nearly end him before he realizes that his is a wonderful life indeed. But while some...
It's the season of merriment and joy — or at least that's what every TV commercial, magazine ad and thousands of other messages will keep telling us over the next month. But what if you don't feel buoyant and twinkly? If you've lost a loved one in...
What is the most significant loss you can remember? For some, the answer may come immediately to mind. Others may have to ponder a bit to figure the answer out. Mine is fresh on my memory…my grandmother. She passed Oct. 21, six days short of...
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Walnut Street Community Health Center Rhonda G. McMillian and Anthony D. Dicello recently were hired by the Walnut Street Community Health Center. McMillian is serving as a psychiatrist in the integrated mental health program. Her expertise covers a...
Sadness. That is all. Just sadness. Hollow, hopeless, heartbreaking sadness. That is what it feels like to be a Magic fan right now. Not anger. Not blame. Not even relief. Not now. Not when you are forced to say goodbye to Dwight Howard, the...
LUDINGTON, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan couple hopes for good weather and water conditions when they set out on a 50-mile swim across Lake Michigan to raise awareness about postpartum depression. Sara and Jeff Tow plan to set out Monday from Two Rivers,...
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