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  • O'Bannon decision affects area schools but won't alone revolutionize college sports

    Ed O’Bannon is the only player in the last quarter-century to score at least 30 points and grab at least 15 rebounds in the NCAA tournament title game. His 30-and-17 performance in 1995 led UCLA past defending champion Arkansas, giving the Bruins their first banner since John Wooden’s 1975 farewell.
  • Problems persist for high-profile back surgery firm, patients

    Christine Harrison suffered from a chronically sore back. Watching Fox & Friends one morning, she saw an interview with a doctor who promised "excellent pain relief" for people like her. The doctor was promoting North American Spine, a high-profile...

    Daytona Beach Mainland CB Rick Rumph signs with West Virgina for 2012 class

    Daytona Beach Mainland CB Rick Rumph signs with West Virgina for 2012 class
        You could just feel the excitement over the cell phone waves from Atlanta's Hartsfield Airport. That's where Daytona Beach cornerback Rick Rumph was calling from when he shared the news that he had just left West Virginia University after signing a...

    Baby Boomers' health worse than past generation's

    Baby Boomers' health worse than past generation's
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Members of the baby boomer generation are in worse health than their parents were at the same age, according to a new study. In a large national survey, about 13 percent of baby boomers - the generation born in the two decades...

    Common household chemical tied to heart disease risk

    Common household chemical tied to heart disease risk
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who had higher levels of a common synthetic chemical in their blood were more likely to have heart disease or have had a stroke, in a new U.S. study. The chemical, known as perfluorooctanoic acid or PFOA, is found in...