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Richard Paul Seligman, 68, of Charlevoix, died Monday, March 11, 2013, at his home. He was born on Nov. 21, 1944, in Detroit, to Louis and Helia (Aho) Seligman and was raised in Dearborn, graduating from Edsel Ford High School. In 1967, Richard...
After doctors, patients and employees got their first extended looks at the expanded Glenbrook Hospital, positive reviews have come in for the multi-million-dollar, three-year project. The final stage of expansion—a $150-million project begun in...
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New research has found that the Mediterranean diet is linked to a healthy heart. The diet is rich in vegetables, fish, olive oil and nuts. Thinking of switching or adopting some of the principals of the diet? Here is a Mediterranean diet recipe from...
WDBJ-TV Anchor/ReporterWhen you think of allergies you probably think of sneezing and wheezing, but there's another type of allergy that's relatively new. It can make it painful to swallow. This allergy can affect your esophagus which is the tube that transports food to the...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Nearly a third of people diagnosed as children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) still have the condition in adulthood, according to a large new study that also found they're more likely to develop other...
A number of factors can create difficulty in a couple’s efforts to conceive. In general, though, the causes of infertility can be broken down into several categories. In many cases, identifying the problem doesn’t take long. Once that is done,...
Q: We have just come back from Kathy's Gazebo Restaurant in Boca Raton. All four of us had the Dover sole. It's the best. Could you get me the recipe? — Janet Blake, Highland Beach/Michigan A: For the last 14 years, owners Gerard Hascoat and...
If you think that Jesse Jackson Jr.'s mental illness explains away all his bad behavior, you may need treatment for an excessively mushy heart. If you think his mental illness explains absolutely nothing, you are suffering from a heart made of nails....
Even by the jaded standards of Illinois politics, former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s spending spree with his campaign cash sounds breathtakingly shameless, partly because it sounds so senseless. Back in the early 1980s, his father, the Rev. Jesse L....
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Most people who exercise find a way to work it into their lives. Robert Silvers of Marshfield, Mass., organizes his life around his exercise. When Silvers recently told his wife that, sorry, he didn't have time to help fix her computer, she reminded him...
Tags: Psychologists, Psychology, Addiction, Anorexia, Mental Health
Jesse Jackson Jr.'s final act as a public official was to send a Thanksgiving eve resignation letter to the speaker of the House in which he declared that "for 17 years I have given 100 percent of my time, energy and life to public service." But...
Palos Hills wants state legislation requiring food sellers to label genetically engineered food so consumers know what they're eating. The City Council recently voted for a resolution that urges Gov. Pat Quinn and the state legislature to make...
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