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  • New Miller library branch prepares to open learning garden

    New Miller library branch prepares to open learning garden
    The new Miller library branch in Ellicott City will open its Enchanted Garden next weekend, an outdoor learning space that will be one of the few nationwide to be owned and tended by a public library. The space, which will offer classes and activities...
  • Best Acupuncturist

    Best Acupuncturist
    1) Infinite Well Boaz ItsHaky traveled all around the world when he was in his 20s. "I traveled in the Orient a lot – Thailand, Nepal, all over," says the Israeli-born ItsHaky. (He came up with the custom capitalization to help people pronounce his...
  • Meningitis outbreak brings attention to treatment of back pain

    Meningitis outbreak brings attention to treatment of back pain
    Naomi Morgan reached her limit when her doctor recommended a third surgery for chronic back pain. Tired of being cut open only to have the pain return, Morgan, a 65-year-old nursing assistant, began looking for a less invasive and hopefully more...
  • Just limping along

    It's one of those irksome things that comes and goes when it darn well pleases, and it causes me to limp like a wounded loon. I'm pretty sure that this time it was related to a nerve because the pain jumped around within about a seven-inch area across...
  • Helping homeless children, teens get medical care

    Helping homeless children, teens get medical care
    You can see why a state might require minors to have a parent's OK before they receive medical care. But Maryland law has made life especially difficult for homeless teenagers who have no adults watching out for them. It's the sort of problem that drives...
  • Butkus knows what Urlacher's going through

    Butkus knows what Urlacher's going through
    Dick Butkus can feel Brian Urlacher's pain. From one Hall of Fame Bears middle linebacker to a future Hall of Famer, Butkus knows first-hand about knee soreness, immobility and desperation to find a cure. While sources told the Tribune this week that...
  • Chiropractor who illegally prescribed drugs pleads guilty

    Chiropractor who illegally prescribed drugs pleads guilty
    A Volusia County chiropractor accused of prescribing painkillers and muscle relaxers to patients using another doctor's name pleaded guilty to federal charges in Orlando on Tuesday. Joseph Wagner, who is prohibited from prescribing controlled...
  • Veterinarian unleashes pets' innate healing systems

    Veterinarian unleashes pets' innate healing systems
    Dr. Barbara Royal consults at every Chicago zoo, has administered acupuncture to elephants and zebras, scrubbed oil from otters and tagged wild owl nests. She's treated arthritic camels, tarantulas with torn skin, and a starving spider monkey. But...
  • Seminar looks at addiction through eyes of grandparents

    Carroll Lutheran Village in Westminster will host the program "Challenges of Grandparenting in the 21st Century: Looking at Addiction Through the Eyes of Grandparents" on Friday, Sept. 14, from 1 to 3 p.m., as part of the center's recognition of...
  • Laurel Regional Hospital offers community programs and support groups

    Community Programs and Support Groups — Laurel Regional Hospital, 7300 Van Dusen Road, community programs such as childbirth education classes, HeartSaver first aid/CPR, maternity center tours, P.A.C.E. (People with Arthritis Can Exercise) and a...
  • Acupuncture has limited benefit for chronic pain

    Acupuncture has limited benefit for chronic pain
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Acupuncture may help relieve chronic back, joint and shoulder pain, according to a new review of the evidence - but some of its benefit is likely due to the "placebo effect," researchers concluded. In an analysis of 29...