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The Medicine CabinetQ: My 42-year-old husband suddenly lost hearing in one ear. They did some blood tests and he was given steroids. But he has not improved. Is there anything else that can be done? A: There are two basic types of hearing loss: conductive and sensorineural....
McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceBILL PLASCHKE, Los Angeles Times, on BASEBALL BRAWLS: LOS ANGELES In the wake of Tuesday night's street fight at Chavez Ravine, longtime fan Janet Ochoa sent the Los Angeles Dodgers an email. "You should be ashamed of yourself for your bench-clearing...
Bryan Piperno was just 9 years old when he began keeping his secret. The Simi Valley youngster tossed out lunches or claimed he ate elsewhere. As he grew older, he started purging after eating. Even after his vomiting landed him in the emergency room...
Apathy is a far more dangerous emotion than anger, and I fear that's where many in the general public have landed in this marathon conversation about performance enhancing drugs. News broke last week that at least 20 Major League Baseball players,...
Bud Selig, baseball's commissioner, declared the game's steroid era "clearly a thing of the past" and the use of banned performance-enhancing substances "virtually nonexistent." It was January 2010, and former home run champion Mark McGwire had just...
My Pet WorldQ: Our 10-year old Australian Shepherd-mix has been treated for four years for seizures. She became overweight, largely due to all the medications: potassium bromide and phenobarbital for seizures, as well as thyroid medication and steroids for allergies....
Major League Baseball has gone to great pains to move past its so-called steroid era, which gripped the game for more than a decade and stained the reputations of many of its greatest players. But nearly six years after the release of the Mitchell...
SEATTLE — Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales has agreed to plead guilty to the killing of 16 Afghan civilians who were shot to death in their homes outside a U.S. Army outpost in a violent rampage his lawyers have said was brought on by stress fueled with...
Over the past several years, I have had my share of stomach cramps, lack of appetite and sleepless nights due to Crohn’s disease. I am thrilled the Illinois legislature passed a bill that can bring me relief in the form of medical marijuana. My...
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I was recently diagnosed with Parsonage-Turner syndrome following a rotator cuff repair. There's not much information out there. Can you tell me more about it? I'm currently going through weekly steroid infusion treatment. I have pain in...
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My Pet WorldQ: Our dog was attacked in our own driveway by another dog, and now she's afraid to set foot in the driveway to take a walk. She's excited to see the leash, but won't go out the front door. As a result, she's gaining weight. What should I do? -- M.S.,...
Outside the court house, former Virginia State Police Sergeant Matthew Brannock said he is satisfied with the ruling handed down to Jonathan Agee on Wednesday. Agee was sentenced to serve three life sentences in prison for killing his ex-wife, and...
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