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Every woman will experience menopause, some in the normal course of aging and some before. It can bring on a host of symptoms in addition to hot flashes. But there are things that women can do, from improving their diet and exercising to finding the right...
Many people pick quitting smoking as their New Year's resolution. But if quitting smoking was easy, most smokers would have already done it. Tobacco is highly addictive and the process isn't easy, but quitting is possible for those who really are ready...
Tribune reportersCook County prosecutors said today that they would not retry four men who won new trials late last year in a brutal 1994 murder in the Englewood neighborhood after DNA evidence from the crime linked a convicted murderer who has since died to the crime....
Tags: Chemical Industry, Lawyers, Judges, Human Body, Murder
Beyond what we eat, what we're born with and what we do, our environment contributes in major — and mostly unnoticed — ways to our health and our weight. All have conspired to make two-thirds of adult Americans and one-third of American...
Tags: Politics, Chemical Industry, Marketing, Overweight, Government
Despite popular belief, a surge of laziness and gluttony is not what's making Americans fat, says science writer and fat researcher Gary Taubes, author of "Why We Get Fat." In looking at the past 30 years, during which time obesity rates have soared,...
FOX 5 San Diego StaffWINTER GARDENS, Calif. -- Family members of a 12-year-old boy who was stabbed to death by a playmate released a photo of the victim Tuesday. Authorities did not release the deceased boy's name, but his family identified him to reporters as Ryan Carter, a...
Forgive my absence from these pages, but I recently suffered a dislocated fracture of my ankle while saving a kitten from a speeding car. The bad news is, it required reconstructive surgery and I have to spend the next six weeks on my butt. The good news...
MISHAWAKA — The investigation into the death of 84-year-old Lois Hickey of Mishawaka appears to have received another blow recently. Blood found at the scene of the homicide believed to have belonged to the killer did not bring back any matches...
Hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. -- many of them children -- were coming down with whooping cough each year when vaccines against "this menace," as one newspaper called it, were introduced in the 1930s and 1940s. "Childhood Cough Is Given...
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is looking for a few good men and women to volunteer for a battle it's waging at home — against disease. Actually, more than a few are needed. Officials overseeing health care for the nation's veterans are...
For years, Baltimore County police were convinced that 24-year-old Heidi Bernadzikowski was killed in 2000 by her boyfriend. Stephen M. Cooke Jr. had taken out a lucrative life-insurance policy on Bernadzikowski just a month before her death. The...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Dundalk, Human Body, Baltimore County, Murder
Wheat Growers had a profitable 2011, despite lower-than-expected grain totals due to flooding, say Wheat Growers officials. The cooperative had $17 million in earnings and $9 million in profits according to figures. "Financially, we had a solid year,"...
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