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Breast Cancer

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  • Health shouldn't be based on where you live

    Health shouldn't be based on where you live
    Strand by strand, my younger sister has been pulling the threads of her life back together after a couple of lost decades. A year ago at age 52, and with the financial support of our extended family, she found housing in Virginia, where we were both...
  • 'Bean Bags for Boobies' will benefit cancer survivor

    'Bean Bags for Boobies' will benefit cancer survivor
    Saturday afternoon's "Bean Bags for Boobies" may not be your typical breast cancer fundraiser. But 37-year-old Sabrina Tiedemann of Orlando isn't your typical breast cancer patient. When she learned she had Stage II breast cancer, she immediately went...
  • T-Wolves' Young to miss games after mother's death

    The Sports Xchange T-Wolves' Young to miss games after mother's death The Minnesota Timberwolves announced Friday that forward Thaddeus Young will miss at least the next two games because of his mother's death. Young's mother, Lulu Hall, died on...
  • Showcase Home exhibits energy-saving possibilities

    It doesn't look like the home of the future on the outside – no quirky, futuristic "Jetsons"-style accoutrements. But the Connecticut Showcase Home, at the entrance of The Reserve at Farm View development in Norwich, is designed to offer forward-...
  • 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:...
  • Allentown Economic Development Corp. receives $50K prize to make changes at Bridgeworks Enterprise Center

    Bridgeworks Enterprise Center to be renovated The Allentown Economic Development Corp. was recently awarded a $50,000 prize from the U.S. Small Business Administration and will make changes at the Bridgeworks Enterprise Center to attract tech companies...
  • Melissa Etheridge is right where she wants to be

    Melissa Etheridge is right where she wants to be
    Melissa Etheridge is not shy about saying how happy she is to be here. "Ten years cancer-free," she said with a triumphant cackle. "It's a milestone, man. Me 10 years ago, I was in the middle of chemo. It was horrible. But my vision back then was: In 10...
  • Bristol Honors Police For Peaceful End To Armed Crisis

    Bristol Honors Police For Peaceful End To Armed Crisis
    BRISTOL — Police who were sent to a Federal Hill house this summer encountered a potentially lethal situation: an apparently suicidal man on the second-floor porch holding a shotgun. Through a mix of negotiations and strategy, a team of five...
  • 'Distress Thermometer' a new focus of patient concern

    PHILADELPHIA When the staff at Abington Memorial Hospital handed the breast cancer patient its new "Distress Thermometer" questionnaire, she instantly felt conflicted. How could she, an early-stage patient with a good prognosis, say how she was really...
  • Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski address hot-button topics at Lehigh Valley Chamber event

    Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski address hot-button topics at Lehigh Valley Chamber event
    When you're Tony Iannelli, why not roll two events into one? The president and CEO of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce accomplished that feat Tuesday night, acting as emcee during the Chamber's ninth annual Mayors' and Municipal Officers'...
  • 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...