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The Hartford CourantThey showed up Tuesday at the Eastern Connecticut Sports Center. There were a hundred of them, students and student-athletes, and they wanted to help one of their own. Then there were 200 of them, faculty, staff and administrators, too, and they stood...
It's a little known fact that the month of October is Vaccine Injury Awareness month! Many of you may not have heard about it in the main stream media or our local papers but it is a very real occurrence for many families. Many people have heard about...
Homegrown Fall Favorites Late fall brings a bountiful harvest with plenty of time to enjoy fresh produce grown close to home. Fall’s peak produce includes: - Apples: Gala, Empire, Ida Red and Jonathan (all good multi-purpose apples for...
Tags: Honey, Vitamin C, Flu, Butternut Squash, Lifestyle and Leisure
When Dr. Amir Abolhoda recently performed robot-assisted lung cancer surgery at UC Irvine Medical Center — the first procedure of its kind in Orange County — it marked the latest leap in the fast-evolving field of robotics. The minimally...
More than 250 people raised about $50,000 on Saturday for the Armenian Bone Marrow Donor Registry during the seventh annual walkathon, “Walk of Life 2012.” The 6K walk began at Glendale Memorial Hospital to raise awareness about patients...
Tags: Human Interest, Bone Marrow, Leukemia, Charity
email@example.comBy the time she died in 2011 at the age of 58 from Diamond Blackfan Anemia, Cynthia Snyder had been given an estimated 500 units of blood over her lifetime, her husband said. On Monday, Lee Snyder hosted the second blood drive in memory of his late wife,...
Tags: Charity, American Red Cross
Maybe the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency should have handled our nation's "war on drugs," first launched more than 40 years ago. It took 14 years worth of evidence, but the USADA knocked off a drug kingpin in Lance Armstrong. We witnessed the final nail in the...
One thing was more important then a win for the Colts, finding out that Head Coach Chuck Pagano was able to watch the victory from home. After securing a 17-13 victory over Cleveland on Sunday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium Colts owner Jim Irsay...
Tags: Andrew Luck, Football, Lucas Oil Stadium, Chuck Pagano, Leukemia
Tribune reporterThe former chief operating officer of a Northwest Side doctors’ group has been charged with stealing more than $500,000 from the company over two years, authorities said. Mark E. Singer, 63, identified in company filings as the former chief...
In northwest Indiana, where I have raised vegetables for 20-odd years, mosquitoes flourish when rain fills the swamp pools in the backwaters of the Kankakee River. In August 2004, those pools spawned a particularly righteous throng. One afternoon, they...
For years, Nancy Lukee put on weight, but tried not to dwell on it. A doctor blamed the bulge in her abdomen on a hernia, but said it didn't need to be repaired. And since Lukee, 56, wasn't in pain and didn't have health insurance, she never got...
The American Red Cross And Conemaugh Health System, Memorial Medical Center, Are Partnering On Blood Drive On Friday, Oct. 19 In Memory Of Greg Beiter, A Former 31-year Hospital Employee.The blood drive will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Myron C. Williams Conference Room at the hospital’s Eighth Ward campus. Beiter, who was employed by Conemaugh as a courier, died Aug. 24. “He was always there for his family and...
Oct 27, 2012 |Column| Hartford Courant
Oct 26, 2012 |Story| Daily American
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Oct 23, 2012 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Oct 22, 2012 |Story| Glendale News Press
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Oct 22, 2012 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
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Oct 19, 2012 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Oct 17, 2012 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Oct 17, 2012 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Oct 16, 2012 |Story| Daily American
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