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South Bend TribuneAlex Madey, a student at Trinity School at Greenlawn, recently returned from the Intel International Science Fair, the largest high school competition in the world. He is the son of Gregory Madey and Patricia Maurice, of Niles. He was one of 20 students...
Lindsey Jo Stotler, Berlin, and Brian William Cioci, Eureka, Calif., are announcing their engagement. Miss Stotler is the daughter of Don and Mary Stotler, Berlin. After graduating in 2004 from Berlin Brothersvalley High School, she completed her...
The state's seemingly perpetual budget woes didn't cause Arup Das' health scare, but they did leave an ugly mark on his credit history. Das, a former pathology teacher at the University of Illinois at Chicago, suffered a heart attack in 2008 that led to...
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An apple a day won't keep the doctor away forever. Sooner or later, you'll need to make an appointment. There are ways to make that visit flow smoothly. Fact is, life is moving at a fast pace for everyone, including physicians. When Dr. Paul Griner...
Walgreens has agreed to pay a record-breaking $80 million penalty to resolve a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration investigation into the company's dispensing practices in Florida, including at an Oviedo pharmacy. The DEA in September banned a Walgreens...
The United States spends $2.8 trillion a year on health care, about 18 percent of the economy. As recently reported, some of that spending is on Medicare-reimbursed eyelid lifts — a procedure that sometimes serves a medical need but often is for...
Early detection of cancer is the best chance of cure, right? Maybe not. A growing body of counterintuitive evidence suggests that some cancer-screening tests — including those for breast, prostate, colon, lung and cervical cancer — may be...
I remember when I would have agreed with the May 23 editorial, “A bizarre blame game.” However, today, in my Lawndale community, I see mothers and fathers working two and three jobs, wanting a piece of the American dream for their children,...
This post has been corrected. Please see the note below.Dr. Lewis Yocum, the longtime Angels team physician and a giant in the world of sports orthopedic medicine, died over the weekend after quietly battling liver cancer, the team announced Tuesday. He was 65. Yocum, who was in his 36th season with the...
When Akim Reid needed a physical for his job, he couldn't turn to his regular doctor - he doesn't have one. The Loxahatchee, Fla., resident called around for someone to do the exam. Everyone he called could see him . next month. So he went online for a...
The state suspended the medical licenses of three doctors at abortion clinics accused by state regulators of putting women's health at risk — including one case in which a woman died. The suspensions include Dr. Mansour G. Panah, the medical...
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