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Arthritis

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  • Environmental Nutrition: Orange zest appeal

    Environmental Nutrition: Orange zest appeal
    Environmental Nutrition Oranges, native to Southeast Asia, date back 7,000 years when different varieties were grown in parts of India. They arrived in Europe, where they were mostly used medicinally, in the 15th century. From there, Spanish explorers...
  • Here's a look at all of the area's football scholar-athletes to be honored on March 1

    Here's a look at all of the area's football scholar-athletes to be honored on March 1
    Here is the list of the outstanding area football scholar-athletes to be honored at the Northampton Community Center on March 1. The banquet begins at 5:30 p.m. Penn State coach James Franklin will be the main speaker.   HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLAR-ATHLETES...
  • AbbVie's breakup with Shire torpedoes 4th quarter, 2014 results

    AbbVie's breakup with Shire torpedoes 4th quarter, 2014 results
    AbbVie's fourth-quarter and 2014 earnings were defined by an engagement to Irish drugmaker Shire that quickly crumbled. The North Chicago-based biopharmaceutical spinoff from Abbott Laboratories beat expectations on adjusted figures but took a blow...
  • Tourette's Dropped From List Being Considered For Medical Marijuana Use

    Tourette's Dropped From List Being Considered For Medical Marijuana Use
    — Connecticut's Medical Marijuana Program could be broadened to allow patients who suffer sickle cell disease, chronic pain after back surgery and severe psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis. Tourette's disorder, however, will not be added to the...
  • Exercise: find the time for it

    Exercise: find the time for it
    The early-morning holiday shoppers of last month have been replaced at the mall by early-morning walkers, some of whom have begun new exercise regimens for the new year. Marty Martinez, who knows just about everyone who walks at the Towson Town Center,...
  • Former legislator taking over Broward Days group

    Former legislator taking over Broward Days group
    Broward Days has a new leader as it prepares to return to Tallahassee after skipping its signature event in 2014. Kelly Skidmore is the new executive director of the organization that brings business and government leaders together to advocate for...
  • Amgen fourth-quarter earnings, revenue beat estimates

    Amgen fourth-quarter earnings, revenue beat estimates
    Amgen Inc., the Thousand Oaks biopharmaceutical giant, said its fourth-quarter earnings jumped 27%, beating analysts' estimates, on strong sales of its arthritis drug Enbrel. The company, which also makes drugs to treat cancer, kidney disease,...
  • 15 ways to get healthy in Howard County in 2015

    Studies show a healthy lifestyle can prevent a number of illnesses and diseases, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity and certain types of cancer. And in Howard County, achieving that lifestyle is easier than you might think. Here are 15...
  • Govt report: What's the most expensive disease to treat in the U.S.?

    Govt report: What's the most expensive disease to treat in the U.S.?
    The Bureau of Economic Analysis in the U.S. Department of Commerce has revamped the way it measures medical costs to look at "how much the U.S. spends to treat different medical conditions." Topping out the list, way ahead of the others, are diseases of...
  • SkyMall bankruptcy reminds us of the stuff we need we never knew we needed

     SkyMall bankruptcy reminds us of the stuff we need we never knew we needed
    SkyMall always made me anxious. I read it, of course, flight after flight, year after year, cover to cover. Everybody read SkyMall. By everybody, I mean anybody who was ever squashed into an airplane seat without some distraction from the...
  • Frozen Zoo may hold hope for saving the northern white rhino

    Frozen Zoo may hold hope for saving the northern white rhino
    Nola is eating her morning meal of apples and grain and appears ready to take her antibiotic pills. After feeling poorly for a couple of weeks, she is moving around. This is welcome news to Nola's devoted keepers at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. She is...