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Bryan Pearson's back was acting up last month at practice, so Bangor co-coach Mark Hopstetter had a simple suggestion: Stop. "He doesn't understand the word rest," Hopstetter said. Pearson would dismiss Hopstetter's plea and unload another 10 to 20...
Tags: Track and Field
Turns out "stand up straight" isn't just good advice from your mother. Aging experts increasingly believe posture is, in some cases, an indicator of how well you will age. They suggest seniors in particular, who sometimes begin to stoop or shuffle as...
Daily American Staff WriterNick Lorson is still optimistic despite almost three years of cancer treatment. "You have to stay upbeat," he said in a telephone interview. "I do so mainly by staying active in the community. I'm doing well but still catching up from the past three...
It was a shore dinner in Maine a decade ago that transformed Robert Gentile, an aging, unremarkable wise guy from Hartford, into the best lead in years in one of the world's most baffling crime mysteries, the unsolved robbery of half a billion dollars...
WDBJ-TV Anchor/ReporterOn the last day of School, one Cave Spring High School sophomore isn't in class but at a Food Lion grocery store in Roanoke County signing his name on cereal boxes. The 16 year old is one of six children nationwide featured on Kellogg's products...
Tags: Meningitis, Hospitals and Clinics
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — An aspiring half-marathon runner in Minnesota attributed her unbearable back pain to a two-hour training session. A day later, she was cradling a newborn. Trish Staine, 33, says she had no idea she was pregnant before Monday's...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Road Running, Running
Save yourself a world of hurt. Back and shoulder hurt, I mean. Get yourself a cross-body bag. These smallish purses that you drape — where else? — across your body have a lot going for them. For one thing, they're generally cheaper than...
The Hartford CourantHARTFORD, Conn. It was a shore dinner in Maine a decade ago that transformed Robert Gentile, an aging, unremarkable wise guy from Hartford, into the best lead in years in one of the world's most baffling crime mysteries, the unsolved robbery of half a...
Premium Health News ServiceBERRIES MIGHT LOWER HEART RISKS A recent study in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association offers more evidence to bolster berries' health benefits. The study included 93,000 women (ages 25-42) who were enrolled in the Nurses' Health...
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Kim Strong was 41 and seemed like the picture of health. She had a muscular and athletic build, low blood pressure, low cholesterol and a healthy diet. In her first four decades of life, she'd never had any serious medical issues. Then, one day last...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBarbara “Barb” Myers was a mother to many beyond her own family. When girls at Girls Inc. of Washington County, where she was a cook, found out she had pancreatic cancer, they flooded her mailbox with get-well cards. She was buried with...
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