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Alaska state Rep. Sharon Cissna, D-Anchorage, returned to Seattle Saturday to kick off her nationwide campaign against TSA pat-downs. In February, TSA agents called for a pat-down of Cissna because they spotted something unusual in the body scan....
Tags: Elections, Politics, Breast Cancer, Sharon Cissna, Alaska
Their great-grandfathers each founded Baltimore companies, a publisher and a printer, and their families have built close ties working together since the 1950s to produce the venerable Baltimore Jewish Times. But Andrew Alter Buerger and Charles M....
Randy White had just buried a daughter, dead at 30 with a brain tumor. Now his other daughter had been diagnosed with growths in her abdomen. When doctors told White in 2009 that their conditions were likely caused by something in their environment,...
Al Davis, the tough-minded owner of the Oakland Raiders who transformed a failing team into a three-time Super Bowl champion and one of the most successful franchises in professional football only to preside over its dramatic decline in recent years, died...
“Always leave a place better than you found it” is how he lived every day of his life. On Tuesday, October 11, 2011, Donald George Swanson, 69, was ushered from this world after a short duel with pancreatic cancer. “Swanny” was...
Staff reporterImagine you have thoughts, hopes, and dreams but no way to actually express them. It's a rare disorder called Rett Syndrome that affects young girls. Worldwide, 20 girls are born every day with the disorder. Dr. Sasha Djukic says the disorder doesn't...
Dr. Arthur K. Rivard has been an eye doctor in Danville for more than 20 years and is not shy when lending his view point on a just who should engage in eye surgery and who shouldn't. "For the record, ophthalmologists such as myself are eye doctors that...
Tags: Surgery, Elections, Justice System, Politics, Ophthalmology
Tribune reporterAmerica undoubtedly has a big obesity problem. With two-thirds of all U.S. adults classified as obese or overweight, public health officials warn that much of the population is at dangerously high risk of diabetes, heart disease and other chronic and...
For Ken Graydon, repairing cars was a living. But writing poetry and song lyrics and tall tales to be told and sung around a campfire was his passion. For anyone who thinks of poets as smallish, shy, intellectual fellows who look inward, Graydon was a...
"Woman arrives as a novice at each age of her life." — Sebastien Chamfort * It is my mother's birthday. The rain and cold have given me the excuse to stay doing creative work inside all day. Still, I have not yet called with birthday greetings....
Vincent Mario "Vince" Rallo, a former banker who in retirement took over Rallo's Restaurant, a Locust Point landmark since 1941, died Thursday morning of lung cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The longtime Homeland resident was 79. Rallo's, in...
Daily American Staff WriterA group of Meyersdale residents is reaching out to cancer patients through a newly formed organization. Aaron Schafer, Erin Byer and Laura Schardt are the faces of Caring Hands for Cancer, a group dedicated to helping cancer patients stabilize their...
Tags: Facebook, Happiness (state of mind), Human Body, Cancer, Health
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