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  • Nieto's success a positive force for ailing mother

    SAN JOSE, Calif. Rookie Matt Nieto and his mother have a tight relationship, the kind where she could tell the world on Twitter how proud she was that "my little fool" was in the NHL after his first game as a Shark. And he wasn't embarrassed. "She's a...
  • UConn tops Kentucky for 4th NCAA title

    UConn tops Kentucky for 4th NCAA title
    ARLINGTON, Texas — Only nine minutes remained in the NCAA tournament championship when guard Ryan Boatright rolled his ankle. His mother, Tanesha, watching from the AT&T Stadium stands, knew her son wouldn't budge. That's not how the Boatrights,...
  • Simsbury Friends Show Solidarity In Fight Against Cancer

    Simsbury Friends Show Solidarity In Fight Against Cancer
    SIMSBURY — "Happy" by Pharrell Williams was playing over and over inside L Designs Hair Salon in Simsbury one morning in mid-March. The salon's owner, Linda Gelineau, was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and in an act of solidarity, she and...
  • Tamarac gears up for Relay for Life fundraiser

    Tara Piatek had her first close brush with cancer rather early in life. "My best friend died of cancer when he was 15," the Tamarac resident said. "He had brain cancer." Many years later, cancer came calling again. This time, it did not stop at her...
  • In Hawaii, a healthcare system apart

    In Hawaii, a healthcare system apart
    HONOLULU — When the giant kapok and nawa trees that tower over the Queen's Medical Center in downtown Honolulu were planted more than a century ago, Hawaii faced a health crisis. Many on the islands, including the queen who founded the hospital in...
  • As testosterone use grows, questions on risks await answers

    PHILADELPHIA A dozen years ago, a major federal study shattered the deeply held belief that menopausal hormone therapy was the key to keeping women of a certain age healthy, sexy and in good moods. By showing the therapy did more harm than good, the...
  • Weekend Vacation Redirects Couple Lives

    In the spring of 1989, Neil Hornish told Annie Wonko he had a special gift to give her before she left for a softball game. "I thought, oh, this is going to be it. He was going to propose," Annie says. "Wow! He's going to give it to me before the game so...
  • Taking Steps To Honor Kay Yow's Wishes

    Taking Steps To Honor Kay Yow's Wishes
    NASHVILLE – The night before the first 4Kay Run in Tampa in 2008, Sue Donohoe remembered being told around midnight that N.C. State coach Kay Yow wanted to go to the race but needed some help. "We got a call that Coach Yow wanted to come out on...
  • Biz News: South Coast Metro Alliance names new president

    David Rowley, who works in commercial real estate, has been named president of the South Coast Metro Alliance. The business group serves building owners and property managers in the commercial sector along and around the Costa Mesa-Santa Ana border near...
  • UConn's Kevin Ollie Continues To Improve The Landscape

    UConn's Kevin Ollie Continues To Improve The Landscape
    ARLINGTON, Texas – Kevin Ollie's mother wanted to get him out of South Central Los Angeles in the summer. And she wanted her son to maintain a relationship with his father, even though they lived 1,200 miles apart. So Dorothy Ollie, an ordained...
  • Commentary: Keep track of your numbers, live longer

    Asking Siri to place calls for us has made memorizing our best friends' phone numbers unnecessary. But there are some numbers you can't get from your smartphone — numbers you should know by heart and for your heart. Your Body Mass Index (BMI),...