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  • Recruits arrive at Louisville with no coach, so OT Kavaris Harkless flips to Florida

    Recruits arrive at Louisville with no coach, so OT Kavaris Harkless flips to Florida
    Kavaris Harkless and Isaiah Ford were already on campus ready to start their college careers as early enrollees at the University of Louisville this week. Then came the news they were dreading. They weren't even on campus 48 hours and their head coach...
  • How your company is watching your waistline

    How your company is watching your waistline
    Employers tried the carrot, then a small stick. Now they are turning to bigger cudgels. For years they encouraged workers to improve their health and productivity with free screenings, discounted gym memberships and gift cards to lose weight. More...
  • A good reason to get your zzz's

    A good reason to get your zzz's
    Not getting a good night's sleep may be a lot more harmful to your health than you thought. Beyond making you tired and cranky, it has been linked to heart disease, diabetes, obesity, depression and — most recently — cancer. Two 2012 studies...
  • Got flu? Keep it to yourself.

     Got flu? Keep it to yourself.
    Doctors used to call influenza "knock-me-down" fever, and there was a reason for that. Anyone who's suffered through a bout of it knows the miseries: the headaches, the throat that feels scrubbed with sandpaper, the fever so high you're floating on the...
  • The new old Louisville starts to hum

    The new old Louisville starts to hum
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — First came the art galleries. Then the boutiques. Then the food and drink (craft and farm-to-table, thank you very much). Then the — record store and trendy barbershop? Yes, yes, yes and yes, and that equation, spread across...
  • ACC adds Louisville after losing Maryland to Big Ten

    ACC adds Louisville after losing Maryland to Big Ten
    Less than two weeks after losing a member for the first time in 41 years, the ACC has added the University of Louisville. League presidents approved the Cardinals during a conference call Wednesday morning. “With its aggressive approach to...
  • Breast cancer screening tied to overdiagnosis

    Breast cancer screening tied to overdiagnosis
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new report suggests that when a breast cancer screening program was rolled out in Norway, up to 10 women were diagnosed and treated for cancer unnecessarily for every breast cancer death that was prevented. That's because...
  • Transplant technique opens door to patients forgoing anti-rejection drugs

     Transplant technique opens door to patients forgoing anti-rejection drugs
    Since she was first diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease at age 19, Lindsay Porter, now 47, has had to face the reality that she would someday need a kidney transplant. "It really didn't affect me very much at all until my early 30s, when I developed...
  • 'Glee' recap: Saturday Night Glee-ver

    'Glee' recap: Saturday Night Glee-ver
    Get your bell bottoms and platform shoes ready. We're taking it back to the '70s onĀ "Glee." Any episode that starts with Blaine singing in a bowtie gets my vote! After learning the theme for this year's regionals competition is vintage, Bowtie Blaine...
  • Maryland Board of Physicians gets new leader

    The Maryland Board of Physicians, which has faced scrutiny in recent months because of its backlog of cases and other problems, is getting a new leader, state health officials said Wednesday. Carole J. Catalfo will begin work as the executive director...
  • Saul Genendlis, city schools educator

    Saul Genendlis, city schools educator
    Saul Genendlis, an advocate for special education and a retired Baltimore City schools principal and administrator, died of heart disease Sept. 25 at his Hampstead home. He was 84. Known by his students as Mr. G., he was once the city's acting...