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VERMILION, Ohio (AP) — A man who lost 63 pounds in less than four months to join the Army has died, in part, of diet-related causes. The mother of 20-year-old Glenni "Glenn" Wilsey V, of Vermilion in northeast Ohio, says her son told her he was...
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New details in the weekend death of a LaPorte County Jail inmate were released late Monday night by Sheriff Michael Mollenhauer. Dead is Roy E. Young, 37, of Michigan City. He was pronounced dead at 7:42 a.m. Saturday at Indiana University Health...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal health officials are warning doctors and patients that a recently-launched heart drug from Sanofi-Aventis SA has been linked to liver damage in a handful of patients. The Food and Drug Administration said it has...
CHICAGO (AP) — Energy drinks are under-studied, overused and can be dangerous for children and teens, warns a report by doctors who say kids shouldn't use the popular products. The potential harms, caused mostly by too much caffeine or similar...
Chief, Division of Cardiology, The Hospital of Central ConnecticutHas your heart ever skipped a beat? If you have experienced an uncomfortable awareness of your own heartbeat, you could have an arrhythmia. An arrhythmia is any change in your heart rhythm. The heart may beat too fast, too slow or beat irregularly....
Cardiologist and Hospital of Central Connecticut medical staff memberWhether you go for a physical or already see a cardiologist, chances are your doctor may order a test to check how well your heart is working. Among the most common cardiac tests are electrocardiogram, echocardiogram and stress test. Each test helps to...
KEENE, N.H. (AP) — The city of Keene, N.H., has sued a group that feeds change into parking meters that are about to expire, saying members are harassing enforcement officers. The group calls itself "Robin Hood of Keene." Members walk city streets...
ReutersBy Jason McLure LITTLETON, N.H., May 15 (Reuters) - In December James Cleaveland made an unusual New Year's resolution: to do all he could to keep police in the city of Keene, New Hampshire, from issuing parking tickets. Cleaveland and a group of...
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The terrorist bombings and subsequent manhunt in Boston last month left four innocent people dead and many more injured. But the stress caused by these tragic events could adversely affect the health of a much wider population. The citywide shutdown, the...
Harbor East is moving farther east with baker-cum-developer John Paterakis Sr.'s announcement Friday that he will break ground this summer on a new, mega-Whole Foods and later on a new residential/retail building across Central Avenue from the...
For the first half of the 20th century, the cell was a mysterious, unfathomable entity. Nutrients went in and hormones, wastes and other products came out. But what happened in between was anybody's guess. Light microscopes could reveal the rough...
Ever since the drug warfarin was discovered to be a highly effective anti-clotting agent as well as a good rat poison in the early 1950s, it has been the frontline weapon in preventing stroke among those with atrial fibrillation. But its growing use has...
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