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  • Florida Hospital partners with AutoNation Cure Bowl

    Florida Hospital partners with AutoNation Cure Bowl
    Florida Hospital is the latest local partner for the AutoNation Cure Bowl, officials announced on Tuesday at the Citrus Bowl’s Florida Hospital entrance. The hospital will be the presenting sponsor of the bowl's kickoff game on Dec. 19. It will...
  • Cancer drugs get a new consumer's guide

    Cancer drugs get a new consumer's guide
    In a bid to inject clarity into the fast-moving, high-stakes world of cancer drugs, a task force of cancer doctors announced Monday that it has devised a decision-making aid to help physicians and their patients weigh the pluses and minuses of newly...
  • Doctors propose tool to help gauge the value of cancer drugs

    The pushback against soaring cancer drug prices is gaining steam. A leading doctors group on Monday proposed a formula to help patients decide if a medicine is worth it — what it will cost them and how much good it is likely to do. The move by...
  • Cancer In The Family: Downey Sisters Raise Risk Awareness

    For generations, women in the Downey family have been stalked by a killer; but now, thanks to the work of medical detectives, they're fighting back. The killer, according to Katherine Downey Berges of Branford, is cancer. Breast cancer killed her...
  • 2 Chicago bartenders in national cocktail competition

    2 Chicago bartenders in national cocktail competition
    For the past few weeks, Jacyara de Oliveira has given new meaning to the term "studying for the bar." De Oliveira, bar manager of Sportsman's Club in the Humboldt Park neighborhood, has been training for Sunday's Speed Rack National Finals, a cocktail...
  • Listening to love: Doctor uses patients' love stories to improve care

    PHILADELPHIA: Danielle Snyderman's fascination with the love lives of her elderly patients began after a woman in her late 80s suffered a series of falls. It was clear that she could no longer live safely in an apartment with her husband of six decades....
  • For Organ Recipient, Donor Family, Father's Day Has Special Meaning

    For Organ Recipient, Donor Family, Father's Day Has Special Meaning
    Jim Hodrinsky did not expect to be around for this Father's Day — or the last one, or the one before that. Diagnosed with cardiomyopathy in 2005, Hodrinsky, 69, spent years in poor health, losing 65 pounds, undergoing six open heart surgeries in...
  • Arrests, leadership changes mean hard year for lawmakers

    For decades, it was the way Albany did business: The governor and the two legislative bosses gathered behind closed doors to hammer out deals affecting millions of New Yorkers. This year, that playbook was left tattered and stained by a series of...
  • Market adds draw for Charleston downtown

    The freight station built by the Kanawha and Michigan Railroad on Smith Street in Charleston had been void of once-bustling commerce for more than a century and had fallen into disrepair. In 1997, Capitol Market at 800 Smith St. was not only the catalyst...
  • Happening Saturday: Punk rock karaoke, Blaster Al celebration, and more

    Happening Saturday: Punk rock karaoke, Blaster Al celebration, and more
    -World Refugee Day Street Festival: Last week, we wrote about a group of refugee artists working at a shop called Tembo Group in Fells Point. Baltimore is home to many more immigrant and refugee creatives who are gathering to share their art and culture...
  • Editorial: Thumbs up for the week of June 20

    Family and friends recently honored the life of fallen fireman Robert W. Fogle III, of Westminster, who died May 30, 2014. In the weeks following the anniversary of his death, Fogle was honored at various ceremonies around Maryland, including having his...