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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Have a heart problem? If it's fixable, there's a good chance it can be done without surgery, using tiny tools and devices that are pushed through tubes into blood vessels. Heart care is in the midst of a transformation. Many...
By the time people come to see Lisa Walker, they're usually desperate. These injured athletes, dancers, musicians or office workers are trying to fix what's broken. Some are looking for a way around the limitations caused by a stroke, Parkinson's...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOZARK, Mo. -- The Riverside Bridge has been completely shut down for two years and closed to vehicles for even longer. Now there are plans to repair and re-open it. Riverside Bridge was built in 1909. It closed to vehicle traffic in September 2010. ...
Tags: FEMA, Heart Attack, Vehicles, Services and Shopping
Did you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a few too many green beers? Are you experiencing the medical condition commonly known as a hangover? As you do your best to cope, you might take some solace in the fact that scientists believe humans have...
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, but many don't recognize the warning signs. They may ignore the symptoms or mistake them for more benign ailments. Dr. Shannon J. Winakur, medical director of the Women's Heart Center at Saint Agnes Hospital,...
Nonprofit organizations abound in Howard County, and Howard Magazine highlights who they are, what they do and how you can help. Name: American Heart Association Who: Annette Fisher, senior director, marketing and communications, Mid-Atlantic region...
The Hoop Heroes Basketball Championship Game has played a major part in helping youngsters in the Salvation Army's Zone Academy improve their literacy. This annual event raises funds for the academy, which provides homework tutoring for youths ages 8...
The 2013 Leadership Burbank Class is planning a comedy night to raise funds for its community project, “31 Violins”, a program to expand instrumental music instruction to Burbank’s elementary schools. The event, “Laughs for...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Book, Music, Entertainment, Awards and Prizes
The Hartford CourantBarry Simons' resume was unusual, to say the least. It would reveal that he had raised a lion cub, performed in a circus, spent time as a London "Bobby" and had tea with the Queen. He was even given an honorary knighthood by a group in Australia; he...
Tags: Entertainment, Germany, U.S. Army, Heroism, Australia
WSBT-TV CorrespondentLA PORTE – A LaPorte man who contracted West Nile Virus last summer has died. Ronald Lawson never returned home after falling ill. He died Friday night at Parkview Hospital in Fort Wayne. ''He'd have good days and he'd have his bad days,'' said his...
Dear Amy: My father is in his 50s, and my sister and I are in our 20s. He has always been a loving, involved father — smart, witty, caring and a great provider — and also the angriest person we've ever known. His rages, which consist of...
Tags: Heart Attack, Reviews
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