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Breast Cancer

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  • Ford's Warriors in Pink Fights On

     
    As October rolls in, many of us are bringing fall colors back into our wardrobes, but many more of us are rocking the color pink. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which means that whether you're a survivor or......
  • Trabuco Hills beats San Clemente, 44-37, for Southwest Division title

    Trabuco Hills beats San Clemente, 44-37, for Southwest Division title
    It was intense neighborhood football on display in the Southwest Division championship game Friday night between San Clemente and Trabuco Hills. Two Orange County public schools moved out of the talent-laden Pac-5 Division got to strut their stuff...
  • Ask Amy: Widower hopes to move from grief into healing

    Ask Amy: Widower hopes to move from grief into healing
    Dear Amy: My wife of 33 years recently died from breast cancer. Since then I have not changed much in our household because I have been busy tending to my wife's affairs (which are almost complete). I live alone and I have memories at every turn. I am...
  • Glamour salutes Women of the Year in exhilarating fashion

    Glamour salutes Women of the Year in exhilarating fashion
    Their life stories are miles — both literal and figurative — apart. But the story they collectively told Monday night was one of unity and optimism. Glamour magazine feted 10 honorees at the annual Women of the Year awards at Carnegie Hall:...
  • After pulling herself and others out of the dark, another challenge

    After pulling herself and others out of the dark, another challenge
    To this day, Renee Banton can't fully explain why a college-educated woman from a solid middle-class family fell as far and disappeared for as long as she did. She can't blame it on having had a tough childhood in Carson, because her parents may have...
  • City unveils boathouse plan for Bridgeport

     City unveils boathouse plan for Bridgeport
    The architecture world applauded when Mayor Rahm Emanuel dedicated a striking, Jeanne Gang-designed boathouse on Chicago's North Side last year. But the project raised a troubling social equity question: When would the mayor make good on his promise to...
  • Mount Dora mayor carries on quietly, courageously during cancer battle

    There's Mount Dora Mayor Cathy Hoechst at food-truck night. There she is chattering away about how cool it is that TJ Maxx and Ross Dress for Less are coming to town. Now she's handing out awards to third-graders who named the city's two new police dogs....
  • Object Lesson: Robert Heinecken's filtered television at the Hammer

    Object Lesson: Robert Heinecken's filtered television at the Hammer
    It's not the sort of thing you generally see in a museum: a comfortable easy chair, a working TV set turned to an afternoon talk show on which "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" mom Kris Jenner is making salsa and talking about her boob jobs.  But this...
  • Cheryle Jackson talks about when breast cancer finally made her cry

    Cheryle Jackson talks about when breast cancer finally made her cry
    Cheryle Jackson didn't cry at the diagnosis. She didn't cry when her husband of 18 years filed for a divorce in the middle of her battle. She didn't even cry when she called her mother in Memphis to tell her. "When the doctor tells you you have...
  • NSAIDs effective drugs to help manage pain

    NSAIDs effective drugs to help manage pain
    Q: My dog has bad arthritis in his knee. I've read a lot about Rimadyl and it scares me, so I'm thinking of using Zubrin. Do you have any suggestions about what might be safer? -- V.W., via cyberspace A: Well, no, you're not going to use Zubrin. The drug...
  • Research Focused On Postpartum Breast Cancer

    Research Focused On Postpartum Breast Cancer
    I had never heard of pregnancy-associated breast cancer (PBAC) until I read this article in USA Today. Turns out, much focus is on this cancer, diagnosed during or after pregnancy, which can have extremely aggressive characteristics.  A search of the...