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I signed another sympathy card last week for the family of a wonderful female golden retriever that died from mammary adenocarcinoma (breast cancer). This type of cancer would most certainly have been prevented if she had been spayed at an appropriate...
BALTIMORE — Days after undergoing gastric bypass surgery, Brenda Maker’s diabetes was gone — her body producing enough of the hormone insulin to turn sugar into fuel. It’s a phenomenon seen in recent years by doctors who...
South Bend TribuneGreg Gaver is sitting at his family's dining room table in Granger, speaking congenially about his high hopes for his future, when his attention abruptly shifts and his head swivels toward his mother. “Can I have dinner?” the 21-year-old asks...
WASHINGTON (AP) — For the first time, women's death rates from lung cancer are dropping, possibly a turning point in the smoking-fueled epidemic. It's a small decline, says the nation's annual report on cancer — just under 1 percent a year....
Tags: Brain, Prostate, Physical Conditions, Human Interest, Tumors
Energy drinks give you a boost. Now, there are new products on the other end of the spectrum that help you wind down. This snack does much more than satisfy your sweet tooth. "A lot of adults would pick these up, not even aware of what chemicals or...
DETROIT (AP) — A small herd of cattle from Michigan State University was recently slaughtered with two goals: boosting the amount of locally produced food on campus and creating a system of tracking beef from the farm to the plate. Animal...
NEW YORK (AP) — Among the great spectacles of winter, along with the northern lights and frozen lakes, are coatless kids. No coat, no gloves? No prob! These teens and tweens are chillin' out, literally and figuratively, in their sweatshirts...
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the state of Alaska on behalf of a transgender woman, alleging that it denied her a driver's license listing her gender as female unless she provided proof that she'd undergone a...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Veterans Health Administration is telling its hospitals and clinics that transgender veterans are eligible for hormones, care before and after gender surgery, and mental health counseling as part of their regular benefits....
DILLWYN, Va. (AP) — Crouched in her cell, Ophelia De'lonta hoped three green disposable razors from the prison commissary would give her what the Virginia Department of Corrections will not — a sex change. It had been several years since...
Tags: Judges, Physiology, Colorado, Salt, Prisons
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAs a nation, we are obviously getting fatter and fatter. Not only are we ever more confused about how to lose weight, we're particularly fuzzy on the question of how big a role exercise plays and whether we just have to count calories. So, here's the...
Tribune staff reporterAcross the nation, and especially in the Sunshine State, the free-love generation is continuing to enjoy an active — if not always healthy — sex life. At a stage in life when many would expect sexually transmitted diseases to be waning,...
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