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Wearing a black pencil skirt revealing a 10-inch scar that goes through her knee Lorri Winter walks across the room with swagger showing what she playfully calls her "America's Next Top Model" walk. Three months following knee replacement surgery swagger...
They’re in 80% of the food we eat: genetically modified organisms. Some say they pose serious health risks. Some believe those risks to be so serious, they’re willing to break the law in order to notify their fellow consumers that products...
Tags: Trials, Health, Food and Drug Administration, Laws, Lawyers
A former Joliet surgeon who reinvented himself as a "Lyme-literate" physician after Iowa medical authorities charged him with professional incompetence is now facing allegations of misconduct related to his new practice. The Iowa Board of Medicine is...
Tags: Sexual Misconduct, Trials, Joliet, Lyme Disease, Back Pain
The Baltimore SunThree Saturdays ago, Randy Edsall walked from the sideline out to the field to find Perry Hills, his starting quarterback, being carefully lifted onto a cart, his eyes closed in pain after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. Last...
CNNSome patients who developed fungal meningitis in an outbreak linked to a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy are experiencing more health woes, officials said. Patients are not only developing meningitis, inflammation of the thin tissue surrounding the...
Kate Moskowitz was still in diapers when she diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that would change her life. Not many people have heard of Crohn’s disease, and there’s no one-size-fits-all method of treatment. Kate, now 5, has already been...
Holiday meal planning November is National Diabetes Month. The Diabetes and Endocrinology Center at Baltimore Washington Medical Center will offer a program on how to prepare healthy meals during the holidays. Participants will learn how to make...
The best way to reduce risk for osteoporosis — a thinning and weakening of the bones — seems to be the subject of ongoing debate. This month brought a fresh round of questions after a report published in the New England Journal of Medicine...
firstname.lastname@example.orgEileen Hope Rindone, the 84-year-old woman who fell through a second-story floor at a Boonsboro-area assisted living center last week, underwent surgery Tuesday morning at R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, according to her daughter....
Medical Edge from Mayo ClinicDEAR MAYO CLINIC: I broke my collarbone in a car accident four months ago. It's healing very slowly and hurts somewhat on the break, but even more when I move my shoulder. Is this normal for a collarbone break? Is there a chance I'll need surgery if the...
Casselton Veterinary Service, Inc. has recently diagnosed our first equine case of Anaplasmosis in May, and now another in June. Both locally kept horses returned to normal shortly after starting antibiotic therapy. We have found a fair number of dogs...
Tags: Drugs and Medicines, Blood, Anaplasmosis , Lyme Disease, Health
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsA 16-year-old boy is in custody after police say he beat a man and stole his new X-Box 360. It happened in the 1300 block of S. Emporia around 6:15 Monday evening. Police say a 20-year-old man was carrying an X-Box 360, which he just purchased from the...
Tags: Theft, Emporia (Emporia, Virginia)
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