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Evelyn Freeman, a pioneer in the field of aging who in the twilight of her life helped people cope with the challenges of getting older, has died. She was 96. Freeman, who was the longtime director of the senior counseling program at what was then called...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBy profession, Ginny Scrivener has a bad case of puppy love. She mends broken paws, dispenses medicine, gives massages and sends pets home with their tails wagging. But the same hands that heal also have an artistic touch. The Funkstown veterinarian is...
Three years ago a group of high school juniors created the first ever Hopscotch Club at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High. That same afternoon it became more than a club, it became a tournament. Douglas High hosts the third annual Hopping for a Multiple...
GARY, Ind. (AP) — When medical students have finished their study and practice on cadavers, they often hold a respectful memorial service to honor these bodies donated to science. But the ceremonies at one medical school have a surreal twist:...
Lynda Pfitzer, 64, St. Paul, Minn., and originally of Java, died Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, at Aberdeen Health and Rehab. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 1, 2013, at the First Baptist Church, Eureka, with Pastor Gary Bergman leading the...
Why are women more prone to autoimmune diseases like lupus, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis? A new study in mice points to a possible contributor: different types of bacteria that populate our guts. It goes like this: Different mixes of...
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If you want an idea of just how tight Connecticut's proposed medical pot regulations are, consider that the requirements for grow operations include "pocketless clothing for all production facility personnel working in an area containing marijuana." The...
Apparently your tongue speaks volumes about your health without you saying a word. And this is why Lisa Lau, a Chicago herbalist, recently had me saying "Ahhhh." But that was as far as the examination went with Lau, whose clients call her "Dr. Lisa."...
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High celebrated the end of midterm exams with its third annual Hopping 4 a Multiple Sclerosis Cure hopscotch tournament Jan. 17. The volunteers got to work Thursday morning, spending a grand total of four hours on the outdoor...
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The Hartford CourantPot-laced baked goods, pills and oils could be legally available to seriously ill patients by the end of the year under a set of careful and comprehensive new rules governing the medicinal use of marijuana to be outlined Wednesday. "We've been working...
Connecticut's Draft Regulations for A Medical Marijuana System Are Here, But Getting Pot to Patients Will Take A WhileConnecticut's regulatory plan for creating a medical marijuana growing and distribution system are finally up for review on a state website, but state officials warn it could be another year before the program is up and running. The 74 pages of proposed...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsState lawmakers are debating a bill that could affect public health in Kansas. The University of Kansas Medical Center is asking legislators to consider a measure that would establish a stem cell therapy center. The bill is sponsored by 22...
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