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Darren Conrad still might be waiting for a liver transplant — waiting to play ice hockey again, waiting to attend his son's baseball games — if he didn't live on Brown Lane in Plainfield. Neighbors in his subdivision had always assisted...
Vegetarian chopped liver Total time: About 1 hour, plus chilling time Servings: 12 as an appetizer or 6 as a main course lunch salad Note: Adapted from "The Essential Book of Jewish Festival Cooking" by Phyllis Glazer and Miriyam Glazer 1 pound...
Humorist Dave Barry does not mince words when referring to his cruciferous childhood nemesis: "We kids feared many things in those days — werewolves, dentists, North Koreans, Sunday school — but they all paled in comparison to Brussels...
Tags: Pecans, Iron (dietary supplement), Salt, Cranberries, Beets
Tribune staff reporterFor decades, one of the nation's most widely used dry cleaning solvents was billed as a marvel of modern chemistry that could safely remove dirt and stains from clothing. Shops sprang up to take advantage of the chemical, perchloroethylene, also known as...
A Costa Mesa doctor's negligence and incompetence contributed to two prison inmates' deaths and a third inmate's near blindness, the state medical board concluded. In a decision that took effect Friday, the Medical Board of California put Dr. Allan J. T....
Alchemy, a stylish new bistro in Hampden, had me at its appetizers. The fish plate ($11) had just the right amount of applewood smoke, which gave the fillet of trout and the salmon a hint of wood flavor without being overpowering. Smoked fish is not an...
Each Wednesday we'll bring you a Q&A with a Ravens player to help you learn a little more about the team. Today's guest is running back Willis McGahee, who averaged 77 rushing and receiving yards in the first three games and rushed for five touchdowns but...
Tribune reporterEaster morning, 2008. Dawn Dubsky opened her eyes, her consciousness rising through a soup of painkillers and sedatives. She had been waking sporadically, and every time she did, those watching over her hospital bed shared the same bleak thought: This...
Tags: Malaria, University of Iowa, Travel, Blood Cells, Lion (animal)
Courtesy of Harvard HealthIf there were such a thing as the heart bone, it would be smack in the middle of each line of the old spiritual, " Dem Bones." Once thought of as a solitary, aloof pump, the heart is now known to affect, and be affected by, all parts of the body. TEETH...
Special to the TribuneAbout a year after Shirley Mertz's breast cancer had spread throughout her spine and into her liver, she was awaiting a scan to gauge how her treatment was working. When told it showed no evidence of disease, she recalls being flabbergasted - as was her...
McClatchy TribuneRhonda McCartt was in shock when a mammogram and biopsy revealed precancerous cells in her breast. In the past, such a diagnosis would have been a signal to wait and worry, with close monitoring to see whether the cells became cancerous. These days, as...
Tags: Cancer, Texas, Mole (lesion), Dallas, Sunburn
Robert Schimmel, a critically acclaimed comedian who made audiences squirm and then laugh with X-rated explorations of sexuality and vulnerability usually drawn from his own life, has died. He was 60. Schimmel died Friday at a Phoenix hospice from...
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