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Special to the TribuneWhen Mary Ann Bernal's fatigue and shortness of breath were diagnosed as a leaky mitral valve in her heart, the Niles, Illinois, woman volunteered for a trial at NorthShore Evanston Hospital of a new, less invasive way to treat the debilitating and...
The Fitness CenterÂ» Orlando Sentinel â The Fitness CenterI subscribe to the thinking that breathing is a vital part of a workout. Iâve had teachers and trainers beat this into my head since I was young. Breathing during a workout helps maintaining the correct balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in our blood....
There's nothing like an injury to hinder your fitness progress — or stop it in its tracks. As everyone embraces the warmer weather and new activity, it's important to couple enthusiasm for whatever activities you choose with safe execution. First...
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wpix.comAnother intense heat wave has descended upon the Tri-State area and according to the National Weather Service, temperatures could hit 110 degrees in areas in New Jersey and are expected to be in the mid to high 90's in New York City. Cooling centers will...
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Baltimore Sun reportersDestinee Alicia Parker was an aspiring artist who loved animals, Lil Wayne and scary movies. She and her two sisters were known as the "Parker Posse" at Montebello Elementary/Middle School. And although she was healthy, she died of swine flu Tuesday...
Sentinel Staff WriterWhen it comes to a heart attack, what you don't know can kill you. While most Americans recognize crushing chest pain as a sign of a heart attack, many don't realize that heart-attack victims are just as likely to feel dizzy, break out into a sweat or...
Sentinel Medical WriterThe average person takes more than 20,000 breaths on any given day. Imagine fighting for every one of them. That's the reality for millions of Americans with emphysema, bronchitis, asthma and other lung diseases. Though better treatments have improved...
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Tribune Media ServicesWhen I started skating seriously, we did all of our skating outdoors: on the lake in front of my grandparents' house, at the place near Milwaukee where we trained, even at the ovals where we competed. Living in Park City, Utah, I still prefer...
Background Information Dr. Angela Oostema Spectrum Health Medical Group Campus Towne Family Practice WXMI TV "What's Going Around?" Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2009 Factors that contribute to heart attacks - Smoking - high blood pressure -...
Tags: Family, Symptoms, Fatigue, Low Fat Diet, Heart Attack
Sun ReporterThey were the first words that presaged a changed America, an America that could no longer think of itself as invulnerable, as beyond the reach of those who hated us. They were spoken by Betty Ong, a flight attendant on American Airlines Flight 11, en...
Osama Moustafa Hassan Nasr, also known as Abu Omar, set down on paper his version of his abduction in Italy and imprisonment in Egypt. The 6,300-word letter, written in Arabic script and smuggled out of Egypt's Torah Prison by a visitor, is now in the...
Daily PressToo many women care for everyone else but themselves, according to Patricia Nahormek, a Hampton-based cardiologist with Tidewater Heart Specialists. "In order to be truly useful to others, a woman has to be healthy herself, first and foremost," she says....
Tags: Health, Pharmaceuticals, Human Body, Weight Loss, Heart Disease
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