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Two months after resuming her duties on "Good Morning America," Robin Roberts revealed she was hospitalized last week. Roberts offered the news on her Facebook page Thursday morning in addressing her absence from covering the Boston bombings. While...
Robin Roberts, host of "Good Morning America" and one of the first female anchors for ESPN, will receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the 2013 ESPYs on July 17 in Los Angeles. Roberts has twice been stricken by serious illness in recent years and...
Dr. Helen M. Ranney, a pioneering female physician who was among the first to explore the genetics of sickle cell disease and scored a number of firsts for women in her profession, including being the first to head a department of medicine at a U.S....
Kenny Edwards, a founding member of the Stone Poneys country-rock band that launched Linda Ronstadt's career and a valued supporting guitarist and singer for Stevie Nicks, Don Henley and numerous others, died Wednesday after battling cancer and a blood...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe announcement Thursday of a surprise gift to the USC/Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center was straight out of a Frank Capra movie. Our unassuming hero performs a good deed in the natural course of events and is rewarded many years later. The story...
In the early hours of July 15, 2006, Crystal Marshall, 17, cried out for her mother. A nurse at Psychiatric Solution Inc.'s Cumberland Hospital in New Kent, Va., rushed to the girl's side as she began vomiting. Her head snapped to the right. Her legs...
Ihave leukemia. Those must be among the most frightening words in the English language. My particular form of the disease, called acute myeloid leukemia, was diagnosed a few weeks ago. It was a shock but not a complete surprise. About a year ago, I was...
Stroke Center medical director, The Hospital of Central ConnecticutNearly 800,000 Americans suffer a stroke each year, and more than 137,000 people die from a stroke. It is the leading cause of disability in the United States. This unfortunate situation could be improved if people knew more about stroke warning signs and...
St. Paul Pioneer PressI have two folders in my work computer. One is titled "lack of common sense." The other is "your government at work." There's no question that the stories sent to the folders will overlap quite often, considering the tale I'm about to tell you. By age...
email@example.comFranklin County (Pa.) Commissioner Robert L. Thomas, who has been a commissioner since 1995, announced Friday that he will be able to continue serving in the post even as he undergoes treatment for the blood and bone marrow disease myelodysplastic...
The Times-News, Twin Falls, IdahoAs a little boy deals with physical and emotional pain, he uses his artistic talents and imagination as a way to escape. "The Yellow Boat," a play based on the true story of Benjamin Saar, tells the story of a boy and the struggles he faces. He was...
Milwaukee Journal SentinelBrett Doucette will celebrate his 40th birthday Tuesday, the same day that "An Evening with Aaron Rodgers" at the Hyatt Regency Milwaukee will raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the MACC Fund. It's a happy coincidence, considering Doucette's...
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