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Varsity Times InsiderBill Redell never loses his sense of humor. On Saturday morning, the former Oaks Christian football coach was laying in his hospital bed with tubes in his nose and arm after 2 1/2 hours of surgery on Friday for a......
Meat Loaf has cited illness for the cancellation of another concert during his "Last at Bat" tour. The 65-year-old rocker pulled out of a Nottingham concert at Capital FM Arena during the farewell tour just 30 minutes before doors were scheduled to open...
Tags: Music, Concerts, Nottingham, George W. Bush, Entertainment
An average day in a U.S. hospital cost $4,287 last year. It was less than $1,000 in New Zealand, France, South Africa and Spain. That's one of several cost comparisons reported Tuesday in an annual report by the International Federation of Health Plans,...
Andrew Fabella, are you out there? Please report to post-op at Keck Hospital of USC early Monday morning. I'm coming back to have the other knee done. That's right, folks, I'm kicking off the new year by getting a partial right knee replacement...
It's an award that any NFL player would be proud of, but none would choose to endure. Comeback player of the year. The field is especially crowded this season, with an inordinate number of standout players returning from season-ending injuries, the...
We hear about players playing hurt, but as Mike D'Antoni walks down the hallway for his first pregame media briefing as Lakers head coach, I'm telling him he looks like a wreck. And he's not disagreeing, pulling a coat around himself because, as he...
As I begin this column, it is Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 22. I have been alive 20,873 days, if my math is correct, and I hope to add to the tally. But the knees I was born with will not be joining me for the rest of the trip. The clock ticks. The surgeon...
Edward Vincent was a year away from making history in 1983 as Inglewood's first black mayor when he heard a woman screaming on a city street that her purse had been snatched and decided "to practice what I've been preaching." At the time, he was a city...
Orthopedic surgeons are doctors, but they are also artisans, sculpting bone so that it fits snugly with artificial hips and knees. But even the best artists make mistakes, says Dr. William Bargar, an orthopedic surgeon at Sutter General Hospital in...
Hip and knee replacement surgery is supposed to alleviate pain and allow people to move better and lead a more active lifestyle. A new study published recently in the journal Orthopedics shows that could be the case, because weight loss may be one side...
Tags: Science and Technology, Weight Loss, Obesity, Knees, Mount Sinai
WE count on them to be strong and supportive, flexible and accommodating, willing to go the extra mile even when we load them down more than we should. Our knees. We put them through their paces, so to speak, every day. No wonder that, every now and...
Goshen News, Ind."I'm Bill Walton, and I'm the luckiest man in the world," the former NBA great told a rapt audience at the Lerner Theatre Friday night as he took the stage. And after listening to Walton share his compelling life story for 90 minutes, one is hard-...
Tags: Depression, Basketball, Behavioral Conditions, Sports
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