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NFL.comThe football world says goodbye to a legend of the sport on Tuesday. Steve Sabol, President of NFL Films, has died at the age of 69 years old after an 18 month battle with brain cancer. Sabol took over the mantle of NFL Films President in 1985 from his...
SOUTH BEND — In a statement issued through a family friend Tuesday, the family of Corwin Brown thanked friends, former teammates, coaches and police who helped save his life. "Corwin inflicted the most serious harm to himself and his family with...
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, Calif. (AP) — A 12-year-old Southern California girl who started a blog and a Facebook page to raise awareness about child cancer has died of a brain tumor. Jessica Joy Rees was diagnosed in March. Her family says her 10-...
Tags: Cancer, Health, Orange County Register, Human Body, Facebook
POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — Jenni Lake gave birth to a baby boy the month before her 18th birthday, though she was not destined to become just another teenage mother. That much, she knew. While being admitted to the hospital, she pulled her nurse down...
South Bend Tribune Staff Writer(First of two parts) They crash together with ferocity. Helmets collide. Teeth clench. Feet pound. It is practice day for the Granger Rocket Football league, and the gathered boys - ages 9, 10, 11, 12 - are going through the standard tackling and...
MEDIA, Pa. (AP) — Testing is under way to determine if a brain tumor contributed to a Pennsylvania ex-convict's deadly shooting rampage before he was killed by police. A spokeswoman for the Delaware County medical examiner says the pituitary...
PARIS (AP) — A big study in older veterans raises fresh concern about mild brain injuries that hundreds of thousands of American troops have suffered from explosions in recent wars. Researchers say even concussions seem to raise the risk of...
Tags: Skull Fracture, Injuries and Wounds, Defense, Health, Human Body
LONDON (AP) — Heavy cellphone users worried that they might be setting themselves up for cancer can breathe easier. The biggest study to look for any connection has found no link. It followed more than 350,000 people for about a decade and says...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A European study concludes a few years of cellphone use did not raise children's risks of brain cancer. Repeated studies in adults have been reassuring, too, although an arm of the World Health Organization said this spring that...
Tags: Health Organizations, Cancer, Health, Human Body, Family
NEW YORK (AP) — Scientists are reporting the first clear success with a new approach for treating leukemia. It involves turning the patients' own blood cells into assassins that hunt and destroy cancer cells. It's only been done in three...
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are hearing from parents, health care providers and others in New Hampshire as it starts exploring whether infants should be vaccinated against meningitis, a rare but...
HOUSTON (AP) — Rep. Gabrielle Giffords returned home to her astronaut husband on Wednesday, leaving behind a Houston hospital where she began to rebuild her life after a gunman shot her in the head five months ago. Giffords' release marks a new...
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