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If snake venom holds the secret to a long life, then Bill Haast had the magic. The man who mesmerized generations of paying customers from 1947 to 1984 by extracting venom at his spine-tingling Miami Serpentarium attraction died of natural causes...
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Money & CompanyResponding to patient demand, growing numbers of U.S. hospitals are integrating acupuncture, massage therapy and other alternative services into their conventional medical care, according to a national survey. Forty-two percent of hospitals in the...
Leon Wittman tweaked his shoulder in 1994 while attempting to keep his basement from flooding during a thunderstorm by scooping water out of a window well with a bucket. His left arm began to ache. He realized about a year later that he rarely used it...
I was deeply saddened with the Institute of Medicine report that we are a healthy nation in regard to our calcium and vitamin D intakes ["Sweeping Away the Hype About Vitamin D," Dec. 6]. As a physician keenly interested in my patients' nutrition status...
Dr. Thomas C. Peebles, a World War II bomber pilot who isolated the measles virus, setting the stage for development of the vaccine that freed the world from the deadly scourge, died July 8 at his home in Port Charlotte, Fla. He was 89. Peebles also...
Of the countless painful decisions surrounding a loved one's end-of-life care, among the trickiest is how to provide physical comfort in a way that also provides a dignified ending. "For end of life, the opioids are very important for pain management,...
As the world around us continues to speed up, people are finding it harder and harder to slow down. Even when we need to slow down, just to stay healthy. Square One Theatre's new production Distracted, written by Lisa Loomer, examines the problems that...
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H. Margaret Moore, passed away Oct. 31, 2012, in Sedona, Ariz., following a stroke suffered five months earlier. Born on July 23, 1924, in Onawa, Iowa, to Allen Woodruff and Marguerite Bentley Moore. She has one sister, Mary Ellen Black, who resides in...
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1. Music for charity A benefit concert for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital will be from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, July 7, and Sunday, July 8, at 400 American Legion Drive, Williamsport. Music by Trailer Park Cowboys, Silvertung, A Sound of...
The Top Five Contemporary American Theater Festival This year’s plays are “Gidions Knot” by Johnna Adams; “The Exceptionals” by Bob Clyman; “In a Forest, Dark and Deep” by Neil LaBute; “Captors” by...
National Kitchen Garden Day Learn about the uses of herbs and vegetables by people in the 19th century for cooking and homeopathy. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. Pry House Field Hospital, Antietam National Battlefield, 18906 Shepherdstown Pike, Sharpsburg. Call...
1) Dr. Tina Zigo (The Center For Natural Healing) Dr. Tina Zigo is a Naturopathic Physician who was educated locally, earning her Bachelor's at Southern Connecticut State University and her Doctorate at the University of Bridgeport's College of...
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