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If ever there were a matter of public policy that exemplifies the hypocritical and disjointed state of Maryland's legislative processes, it is gambling, in general, and the legislative inaction on gambling legislation in the General Assembly in the...
Human tears are thought to be unique in the animal kingdom, in that they're often tied to our emotional state — but that's not the only special property they possess. Proteins in tears can protect against harmful bacteria, and now a team of UC...
It's the season to feel fluish. Help may come from something Jewish. Long called Jewish penicillin, chicken soup's power to heal has mainly been viewed as folklore but recent scientific studies have proven that it has genuine health benefits, so much so...
Tags: Health, Hemorrhoids, Limes, Judaism, Drugs and Medicines
After Eileen Smith was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes four years ago, she went in search of a medical ID bracelet to wear in case she suffered a hypoglycemic episode away from home. She bought a standard bracelet at the drug store, but it broke....
Tags: Insulin, Health, Autism, Heart Problems, Human Body
After taking a call from a client recently about two dead dairy heifers, the logical first step in my investigation was to perform a couple of necropsy examinations. (Necropsy is the term analogous to autopsy when it's performed on an animal.) I had...
Last of two parts THE STORY SO FAR: Donald E. Miller bails out of a stricken B-24 over the Austria-Hungary border in March 1945. He and two others from the crew walk to an Austrian town as German troops are retreating from the Red Army. The fliers decide...
OF THE MORNING CALLIn the aftermath of Wednesday night's cataclysmic explosion on N. 13th Street in Allentown, UGI crews tore up the street in a desperate effort to stanch the flow of natural gas through a cast-iron pipe that was installed in 1928, the year penicillin was...
Of The Morning CallFlorence B. Michaels grew up on a Wisconsin farm, graduated from Marquette University's nursing school and worked at a hospital in Los Angeles. After America entered World War II, she became a second lieutenant in the Army Nurse Corps. She was 25 in...
Of The Morning CallEvangeline R. Coeyman graduated from Emmaus High School in 1939 and St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing in Fountain Hill three years later. With World War II raging, she joined the Army Nurse Corps and became a second lieutenant assigned to the 59th...
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