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Potatoes have taken a mashing lately, being blamed over other foods for people's long-term weight gain and possibly being limited in favor of other vegetables for school lunches. The very crop seen as essential to feed the hungry in developing...
PIX11.com / @shelleyng08A teenager is under arrest in connection to the beating death of a Brooklyn toddler, who he was babysitting Saturday while the child's mother was at work. Tyree Wright, 19, was arrested Sunday and has so far been charged with first-degree assault and act...
Tags: Health, Juvenile Delinquency, Police Arrests
Tribune reporterTwo years ago, Leonardo Ocampo’s life almost ended at 15 when someone shot him in the back. He had been flirting with gangs in his Little Village neighborhood and hanging out on street corners. One day, a bullet struck him from behind, exiting...
Diabetes Mellitus. The data is startling, and it’s getting worse. According to the Centers for Disease Control, diabetes affects more than 25 million people in the U.S., or 8.3 percent of the population. It’s the seventh leading cause of...
The 19-year-old Allentown woman who was shot in the back Tuesday in Whitehall Township fought her robbers because the $500 in her purse represented her hard-earned future, her boyfriend said Wednesday. "We've been living with my mother and we were...
White House, religious groups in fight over doctrine, religious freedom and contraception The Obama administration's decision requiring church-affiliated employers to cover birth control was bound to cause an uproar among Roman Catholics and members of...
Reuters/KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs refused potentially life-saving cancer surgery for nine months, shrugging off protests from his family and opting instead for alternative medicine, according to the tech visionary's biographer. When...
Staff reporterPHL17 "IN FOCUS": JUVENILE DIABETES PHILADELPHIA Saturday, October 22, 2011 6:30-7:00am 5 to 10 percent of Diabetics suffer from Type 1 Diabetes, which can be the most damaging of all types of Diabetes. Better known as Juvenile Diabetes for its...
Tags: Research, Media Industry, Diseases and Illnesses, WGN, Diabetes
A man said to have healing powers with just his look returned to Indy for a third time. Curiousity draws people to see Braco, the Croatian man who some claim have healing powers. This trip, Braco visited The Fountains in Carmel Tuesday and Wednesday for...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics
Tribune reporterAn eighth-grader waiting for football practice to begin was wounded, along with a man, as they stood at a corner in theSouth Shore neighborhood this afternoon. The boy, identified by family as Deonta Brown, 14, and the man, 31, were shot at about 3:45 p....
NEWPORT BEACH — Some see beauty pageants as demeaning to women. But not Heather Shields, 20. She finds the experience empowering. "I figured if I could get on stage in front of lots of people in a bathing suit, I could do just about anything," she...
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