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In light of Lance Armstrong’s Oprah interview and a kerfuffle over Ray Lewis and deer antler spray, the topic of performance-enhancing drugs has been in the news with renewed vigor. It has culminated with this overwrought, hyper-ventilating column...
SEATTLE -- The commanders at Joint Base Lewis-McChord have decided to refer the case against Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales for a general court-martial on charges that he murdered 16 civilians in a late-night shooting rampage outside a remote Army outpost...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - About five percent of middle and high school students have used anabolic steroids to put on muscle, according to a new study from Minnesota. In addition to steroid use, more than one-third of boys and one-fifth of girls in the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgScott Gordon, owner of River City Cycles, a bicycle shop in Williamsport, still has a picture of Lance Armstrong on his wall, and despite the cyclist’s recent confession that he used performance-enhancing drugs, Gordon has no plans to take it down....
Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, accused of killing 16 civilians in Afghanistan, will undergo a sanity review before a mental health defense can be presented, a military judge decided Thursday. Col. Jeffery Nance ordered the review, a step in the ongoing...
Tags: Afghanistan, Justice System, Robert Bales, Murder, Health
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Dennis O'Brien rubs his head as he details ailments triggered by the fungal meningitis he developed after a series of steroid shots in his neck: nausea, vomiting, dizziness, drowsiness, blurred vision, exhaustion and...
John C. "Jack" Millhausen, an 84-year-old Fallston resident, is at least the second Marylander to die of fungal meningitis in a national epidemic that experts say is slowing but about which many questions remain. Millhausen died Nov. 15 at Gilchrist...
Tribune reporterMedical tests have shown that Chicago's Cardinal Francis George appears to be free of cancer, he said in a wide-ranging interview, though doctors have advised the Roman Catholic archbishop to skip two Christmas Day traditions dear to him. Because months...
Roughly one in three college seniors nationwide has taken illegally obtained prescription amphetamines. And they don't feel bad about it. That's according to the Center on Young Adult Health and Development, a research institute at the University of...
If you can't judge a book by its cover, you certainly can't rely on casual observation when it comes to buying a horse. Once you've narrowed the field and found a horse that is a good match for you, it's time to schedule a pre-purchase exam. It may be...
WDBJ7 Anchor/ReporterWe've counting down our top 7 stories of 2012 this week. Coming in at number 3 is the story of a nationwide outbreak of fungal meningitis traced to tainted steroid shots. Several dozen cases were linked to medical facilities in Roanoke and...
CONSTANTINE, Mich. (AP) — Michigan health officials say the number of state residents infected during a national outbreak of fungal meningitis has risen by nine to 197, with 13 deaths. The Michigan Department of Community Health says that as of...
Tags: Meningitis, Back Pain
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