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Scattered showers are possible overnight Friday but the showers should dissipate by the time the Mini Marathon gun goes off at 7:30 a.m. Saturday. Chief Meteorologist Brian Wilkes predicts the possibility of a few sprinkles and mild fog with ...
"Mrs. Prejean, please put on your mittens!" The comment made me realize how cold my hands were. The tips of my fingers were turning white. My students think it looks bizarre when my hands do that. They are right. This is a rather strange disorder....
Tags: Symptoms, Schools, High Schools, Health, Students
A Greenwood, Ind. native and officer at Camp Atterbury was awarded the Indiana Distinguished Service Medal Tuesday for saving the life of a passenger on an airplane in early 2011. Lieutenant David E. Bryant was seated in an exit row on a flight...
For most of my life, I’ve lived in places where summers were uncomfortable, and occasionally intolerable. Muggy heat makes me almost claustrophobic at times. The National Weather Service has given us an additional measuring tool, the heat index....
Tags: Medical Services, Fainting, Forests, Headaches, Fatigue
It's not news that we should exercise. We know it, but we don't do it. It's hard to get started and harder still to keep at it. It's so easy to come up with excuses. But Harvard psychiatrist Dr. John Ratey thinks he has the nudge you need to get moving....
You know the feeling. You trudge up the stairs and can't remember why you're there. So back down the steps. Then . . . you remember. So you retrace your steps, kicking yourself for being such a dope. I was always mad at myself for all this wasted...
You don't need to be a Mayo Clinic researcher to figure out that being glued to an office chair all day makes people fat, but that's what it took to start a revolution. A few years ago, the clinic's Dr. James Levine theorized that raising one's metabolism...
Before we dive into 2010, I thought we could take a few minutes to look back at some of the best — and worst — topics we covered in "Taking Names" during 2009. We witnessed some spectacular flubs, exposed some major hypocrites and covered all...
Second of two parts Sunday's column began to examine a controversy in The Villages that surrounds the Moffitt Cancer Center, which is scheduled to open in the fall. The building to house the center is being paid for and constructed by H. Gary Morse and...
TribLocal - Libertyville » NewsWithout a declared major or a summer internship, Kenny Shaevel of Libertyville was looking for something “cool” to do this summer after his freshman year …...
Vital Signs Health Blog - Orlando SentinelFlorida Hospital has received the green light to perform lung transplants, the hospital announced Friday. The designation from the United Network for Organ Sharing, a national organization that oversees transplant programs nationwide, establishes the...
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