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Q: I had trouble with my sciatic nerve. After cortisone shots and medication, it feels better, but I don't know what caused it. What exercises can I do to prevent it from happening again? A: Stanley, the presence of pain or symptoms down the leg might be...
Folic acid is one of those great public health success stories. In the decade that followed the fortification of cereal grains and other foods, along with educational campaigns, the rate of certain birth defects dropped dramatically. As studies beginning...
Times Staff WriterAlone at his computer, drool sliding down his chin, Tom Hill searched the Internet for anything that could save him. His 55-year-old body was gradually shutting down. His muscles twitched uncontrollably. He could no longer talk, so he scribbled notes...
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Sun StaffThis is what Helen McKay remembers the morning after: Her boyfriend Peter drove her, fast, from the ballroom at Leisure World to Montgomery General Hospital. He held her up as she limped from the car, stayed with her on the blood-repellent plastic chairs...
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Total time: 1 hour, 15 minutes Servings: 6 Note: From Michael Cimarusti of Water Grill. 6 tablespoons olive oil, divided 2 slices prosciutto, cut in shreds 1 onion, sliced thin 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 pound plum tomatoes, peeled, seeded and...
Tribune staff reporterThe tower will soar above the skyline, but right now there is only an open space by the Chicago River, a home to construction equipment and a matter of fascination to neighbors. Construction of the Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago will offer a...
Sun Pop Music CriticThey are free. As artists, John Linnell and John Flansburgh, the quirky alternative pop duo better known as They Might Be Giants, savor doing things just as they want them done, producing smartly crafted music whose influences range from polka and country...
Sun-SentinelKathleen Mallon-Stone’s apartment was brimming with bottles of prescription drugs. She used them to fight unrelenting pain from a congenital back deformity and the surgeries she endured to try to cure it. When the drugs weren’t enough, she often curled...
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