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  • Angelina Jolie has ovaries, fallopian tubes removed in preventative surgery

    Angelina Jolie has ovaries, fallopian tubes removed in preventative surgery
    Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie revealed Tuesday that she has undergone more preventive surgery, having her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed in hopes of reducing her risk of cancer. Writing in the New York Times, the filmmaker and...
  • What you do in your yard matters

    What you do in your yard matters
    Longer days are a harbinger of spring, and for many of us that means gearing up for work in our yards and gardens. Gardens can raise our spirits and regenerate us. But what we do in our yards and gardens has far reaching implications. Both the quality...
  • Dr. Bernie Siegel, noted author coming to Bethlehem, explains how positive attitude helps in healing

    Dr. Bernie Siegel, noted author coming to Bethlehem, explains how positive attitude helps in healing
    No matter the health challenge, you have potential to help yourself heal. "Your body believes what your mind visualizes," says Dr. Bernie Siegel, an author of books on healing and the power of the mind over the body. It's a philosophy Siegel has built...
  • New Trier students go bald for pediatric cancer research

    New Trier students go bald for pediatric cancer research
    Having reached her $1,000 fundraising goal, New Trier High School junior Ella Brown took the stage inside the school cafeteria March 20. Brown, who lost her sister-in-law to breast cancer last year, was participating in her first New Trier St. Baldrick'...
  • Pro golfer Pressel fights cancer in mother's name

    Pro golfer Pressel fights cancer in mother's name
    As a golf pro, West Boca's Morgan Pressel has a high profile. But unless you know her back story, she may not be on the radar yet. Give her time. Her Morgan Pressel Foundation has raised $4 million in the fight against cancer and breast cancer. Here, in...
  • Now cancer-free, but still living with fear

    Now cancer-free, but still living with fear
    Unlike the imaginary monsters of our childhoods, the ones lurking under the beds, in the closets or outside the windows on moonlit nights, the monster haunting Deborah Romero is real. She had rounds of chemotherapy followed by radiation therapy to get...
  • Live-streaming apps dominate buzz at South by Southwest

    Live-streaming apps dominate buzz at South by Southwest
    A live-streaming app called Meerkat, calls to online activism and pedicabs with a "Game of Thrones" Iron throne seat were the top topics of conversation at South by Southwest over the weekend, as 33,000-plus members of the technology, marketing and...
  • Boobies Rock! founder ordered to pay $4M in fines

    A judge has ordered a Colorado man accused of running a fraudulent national breast cancer charity to return $1.89 million in gross receipts and pay $4 million in civil penalties. The Colorado Attorney General's Office says District Judge Shelley Gilman...
  • Around Town

    Boys chorus to welcome visitors Boys age 8 to 10 are invited to learn what it's like to sing in the All-American Boys Chorus during a free "shadow day" on Saturday. The event runs from 8:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Orange County fairgrounds, 1055 Arlington...
  • ResearchKit: Five things to know about Apple's medical apps

    The tools in Apple's ResearchKit could give researchers more data to work with by making it easier for people to offer themselves up to science, but even supporters say the data won't be appropriate for every study. Here are key things to know:...
  • Study indicates results of many breast biopsies may be in error

    Study indicates results of many breast biopsies may be in error
    Women who have breast biopsies to diagnose cancer might want to think twice about the results of the procedures, according to a new study led by University of Washington researchers. Pathologists across the U.S. being tested for their accuracy got the...