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With the advance of years comes occasional replacement of body parts. And we spend more time in doctor's offices and pharmacies. Just part of aging. Mary Ann has been bothered by a long-lasting bout with hip pain. Consultation with her doctor...
firstname.lastname@example.org"Just call me Liza." That's how Liza Minnelli set the tone for her interview as this reporter thrust formality upon her. After insisting to be on a first-name basis, she then punctuates her point with her trademark cackle. Sure, she's known as the...
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Look good, feel better The free program teaches beauty techniques to women with cancer to help them combat appearance-related side effects of treatment. Participants receive a bag of cosmetics donated by major manufacturers as well as instruction and...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, Hips, HIV, Arthritis, Charity
Shannon Duick brushed away tears as a technician fixed electrodes onto the head of her infant son, but as a machine sent beeps and clicks into his ears, the baby slept in her arms, unaware. He slept as the machine came up empty, as it showed his brain...
REDACCION EL SENTINELuNA fundación para combatir la artritis celebrará una caminata este sábado en Davie para crear conciencia sobre esta enfermedad que afecta a millones de personas en todo el país. A continuación, un comunicado de prensa de la firma, Team Makoplasty: ...
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TribLocal - EvanstonThink officiating at the Super Bowl would be a bit more daunting than having a routine orthopedic procedure? Just ask legendary National Football League (NFL) …...
Chicago Tribune reporterAfter two short-term stays in the rehabilitative unit of a nursing home, Norton Wasserman isn't exactly ready for a third visit if it isn't necessary. But, he says, all in all, the experience isn't so bad. It's also the right thing to do if you're...
Kevin Walsh became a ring leader in one day's work. In the his first boxing match, the longtime Laguna Beach resident made the most of his chance at the Ringside Masters World Championships, held March 30 and 31 at Kansas City, Mo. The newly minted...
Tags: Hips, Ricky Gutierrez, Human Body, U.S. Marine Corps, Boxing
Nearly 300,000 hip replacement surgeries are performed in the U.S. every year, and some of those patients have to head back into the operating room due to complications. But now, robotic 3D technology is making the process more reliable. This high-tech...
A Newport Beach nursing home is contesting a state citation relating to a patient's death, company officials said Tuesday. The California Department of Public Health this week issued its heaviest possible fine — $100,000 — and most severe...
More than 11 years ago, at age 89, Mary Cipolla, of Roselle, went through surgery for a rare type of pancreatic cancer, a "Hail Mary" procedure that removed parts of her stomach, pancreas, bile duct, gallbladder and small intestine — and saved her...
The Downswing Golf BlogPeter Jacobsen keeps his goals modest these days. And he’s had the same one for the past three years. “I’m just hoping this will be my first year as a Champions Tour player without having to go under the knife,” he quipped...
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