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Comporting with Tribune columnist Mary Schmich’s "Simple language just isn’t as thrilling" (News, Dec. 5), noting what seems to be an inexorable slide toward extinction for any word that stands out from the crowd, I once accepted that sad...
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EntreeCall it a muffin top, beer belly or middle-aged spread -- the fact is that by the time most Americans reach adulthood, they have added inches to their waistline. And those extra inches put you at a higher risk for coronary artery disease, type 2 diabetes,...
Legislation headed to the Michigan House could allow doctors to refuse care to patients because of "moral objections." Senate Bill 975 passed the Senate last week along partisan lines with Republicans supporting the bill and Democrats opposing it....
firstname.lastname@example.orgA diagnosis of West Nile virus gave Toni Reber relief. For several months, she said, she suffered a range of symptoms, including paralysis, and didn't know what she had. At one point, she said, she was told she had leukemia. "What first ran...
email@example.comWalk in, show an ID, choose a team, answer a few questions, have some blood drawn, eat pizza and cookies, then go home. If you can do that, you can save a life this week by participating in the seventh annual Battle of the Badges blood drive. "It'...
Five-year-old Teresa Bartlinski was lying unconscious shortly after 3 a.m. Friday at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia when the doctor told her parents they had called off the heart transplant she was prepped to receive. The girl — whose...
Ieshea Thomas, who has suffered from sickle cell anemia nearly all of her life, recently received a life-changing gift from her sister: stem cells. Her sister Ivenus' donation of stem cells in November means Thomas' body is now able to produce normally...
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...
Chopping Block - Seminoles Blog - Orlando SentinelJust wanted to pass along the following video from my friends at the Kidz1stFund. As you know, the Kidz1stFund is a nonprofit organization founded last year by Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher and his wife Candi as they, and the many others involved in...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelRobin Roberts announced that today was her final morning on “Good Morning America” before beginning a medical leave. Josh Elliott of “GMA” said it would Roberts' last show for a while. ”You're the team captain and the team...
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