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Chicago Tribune reportersIn New York state, lawmakers are moving to ban a cancer-causing flame retardant from children's products. At the U.S. Capitol, more than 100 nurses, mothers and cancer survivors marched for tougher federal regulation of the chemicals. And in Washington...
The Petoskey News-Review has several new faces this summer with four interns and a part-time employee. Alexandra Crouse, 18, graduated from Petoskey High School this month and started a photography internship at the News-Review. Crouse, originally...
Authorities say one patient has been killed and three employees injured in a fire at a long-term care unit at a North Carolina hospital. Firefighters received a report of an explosion at the care facility in Durham Regional Hospital about 2:15 a.m....
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics
Tribune Media ServicesA Chicago hospital is taking a leading role in the nation's efforts to train more nurses and meet the growing demand for primary and preventative care. Rush University Medical Center is one of five hospitals nationwide recently chosen to take part in...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A drug approved to prevent seizures may also help obese people lose a few pounds when it's added to therapy and nutritional guidance, a new small trial suggests. But people who took zonisamide also reported more side effects,...
TALLAHASSEE -- The ACC on Monday announced that Florida State's Oct. 27 home game against Duke will have a 3:30 p.m. kickoff time and will be shown on ESPNU. The early afternoon kickoff will only be the second the Seminoles have had all season. On Sept....
Two American scientists won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work revealing protein receptors on the surface of cells that tell them what is going on in the human body. The achievements have allowed drug makers to develop medication with fewer side...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Men who love their tomatoes may have lowered odds of suffering a stroke, a study out Monday suggests. Finnish researchers found that of more than 1,000 older men they followed, those with relatively high blood levels of the...
Pauline Stief Reedy, 84, was born in Lebanon, Pa., to Robert and Helen Stief. She grew up in Sinking Spring, Pa., and graduated from Sinking Spring High School in 1946. She worked as a telephone operator for Bell Telephone in Reading, Pa., for six...
Pauline Stief Reedy, 84, was born in Lebanon, Pa., to Robert and Helen Stief. She grew up in Sinking Spring, Pa., and graduated from Sinking Spring High School in 1946. She worked as a telephone operator for Bell Telephone in Reading, Pa., for six years....
Claude E. (Spin) Duppstadt, 75, of Hubert, N.C., formerly of Stonycreek Township, died Sept. 9, 2012. in N.C. Born June 21, 1937, near Shanksville. Preceded in death by parents Elwood Sr. and Freda Mae (King) Duppstadt, sisters: Ellen Custer and Lois...
Tags: Friedens, Alzheimer's Disease
Reuters(Reuters) - People who drink heavily - at least four drinks a day - may be at risk of suffering a brain hemorrhage at a relatively early age, according to a French study. Researchers whose findings were published in the journal Neurology focused on...
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