| Apr 27, 2012
| 4:35 PM
By Susan J. WhiteNorthShore University HealthSystem Oral and head and neck cancers comprise some of the most common cancers in the United States and have …...
| Mar 15, 2012
| 12:47 PM
Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death and disease in the United States, killing more than 443,000 each year. Cigarette smoking costs the nation $96 billion in direct medical costs and $97 billion in lost productivity. More than 8 million...
| Mar 19, 2012
| 12:57 PM
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launched an ad campaign to show the damage done from smoking to smokers and their families.
The ads began March 19 on television, radio, online and billboards, as well as in theaters, magazines and...
| Mar 22, 2012
| 12:39 PM
Approaching medicine like preparing a meal. Getting the exact recipe for success and infusing alternative ingredients. A world-renowned chef gets world-class medical care, and now he's serving up a huge helping of philanthropy to say thank you!
| Mar 27, 2012
| 11:25 AM
"Freud's Last Session," the hit off-Broadway play now in commercial residence at the Mercury Theatre, replete with the original New York cast, imagines that a dying and exiled Sigmund Freud invites a young man to his study in London, on the very eve of...
| Apr 1, 2012
| 6:08 PM
Otis Smith stood outside the Magic's lockeroom 90 minutes before Sunday's game, wearing a motorcycle-themed T-shirt, ballcap and jeans.
A fan approached him, shook his hand and remarked that it looked like he had just hopped off his Harley. A suit and...
| Apr 15, 2012
Throughout his 40-plus-year career, actor Michael Douglas personified the modern male in film, as a sensitive youth rebelling against authority, as a middle-aged man grappling with problems of marriage, career and changing times, and as an older adult,...
| Dec 16, 2011
| 1:05 AM
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Black as night and 18 hands high, Clemente trotted up and down the pen as the auctioneer at Mike's Livestock rattled off bids machine-gun style.
The barnyard scents of alfalfa, leather and sweat wafted through the cavernous auction...
| Dec 29, 2011
| 1:03 PM
Richard P. Gangler, a paper salesman and sports coach, died of head and neck cancer Dec. 17 at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Towson resident was 61.
Born in Baltimore and raised on Chesterfield Avenue, he attended Shrine of the Little...
| Dec 31, 2011
| 1:14 PM
Editor's note: Each Sunday, The Herald-Mail runs "A Life Remembered." Each story in this continuing series takes a look back — through the eyes of family, friends, co-workers and others — at a member of the community who died recently. Today's...