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  • Corona del Mar Today: Busy OASIS president likes to 'shake things up'

    Corona del Mar Today: Busy OASIS president likes to 'shake things up'
    When Friends of OASIS President Kathy Stewart brought her two sisters from San Diego to visit the senior center for the first time, they were amazed. "I had no idea," one of them told her. "It looks like a junior college." The broad spectrum of...
  • Big impact on women if Supreme Court rules against health care tax credits

    Big impact on women if Supreme Court rules against health care tax credits
    Seven months after being diagnosed with breast cancer and later undergoing a double mastectomy, LaDonna Appelbaum of St. Louis recently finished her 16th and final chemotherapy treatment. Without the $600 monthly tax credit that pays the bulk of her...
  • Community news for Vernon edition

    Correction VERNON -The photo in the story "Mike Wendus: Spearheading Santa House return to Rockville" on Page 5 of the April 2 edition of the Vernon ReminderNews should be credited to Patricia A. Schlag. Music, creativity, dating and high finance at...
  • For cancer risk, some BRCA mutations are more dangerous than others

    For cancer risk, some BRCA mutations are more dangerous than others
    Doctors have long recognized that women with mutations in two particular genes – BRCA1 and BRCA2 – have a higher risk of breast and ovarian cancer. Now they are starting to figure out which mutations are worse than others. They have even...
  • Environmental Nutrition: Soy myths exposed

    Environmental Nutrition: Soy myths exposed
    Environmental Nutrition Plenty of myths surround soy, from causing breast cancer to feminizing men. But what does the science say? Since 1990, more than 10,000 peer-reviewed studies have been conducted on soy, a food consumed worldwide in many forms over...
  • Soy myths exposed

    Plenty of myths surround soy, from causing breast cancer to feminizing men. But what does the science say? Since 1990, over 10,000 peer-reviewed studies have been conducted on soy, a food consumed worldwide in many forms over the centuries. The evidence...
  • New cancer support group gives back to community

    New cancer support group gives back to community
    Last December, a group of more than 20 Barrington-area women met at Pure Organic Juicery in downtown Barrington to offer support to one another. It was the first meeting of Soul Survivors, a support group for cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers....
  • Committing time, energy and love to a meaningful cause

    About four years ago — when I was 17 — a beautiful elderly woman said to me, "We are supposed to help each other. That's what we are here for, honey — to help each other." Although I only spoke to this woman for about two minutes in a...
  • Waubonsie Valley finds the 'way' with trip to Tennessee

    Waubonsie Valley finds the 'way' with trip to Tennessee
    Soccer coaches often mention the importance of movement without the ball. If that is the case, Waubonsie Valley's 4-0-1 start can be traced to Tennessee. Every season, the Warriors take a team trip that doesn't involve touching a soccer ball even once....
  • Pink fire truck, pink-attired firefighters visit Franklin Park

    Pink fire truck, pink-attired firefighters visit Franklin Park
    As a pink fire truck pulled up in front of Tony and Becky Pedroza's home in Franklin Park April 1, two firefighter paramedics stepped out of the vehicle wearing pink coveralls. The pink fire truck and firefighters are from the area chapter of Pink...
  • Marijuana harvested for medical use in Chile

    A Chilean municipality harvested legal medical marijuana Tuesday as part of a government-approved pilot project aimed at helping ease pain in cancer patients. The harvest comes after Chile's first planting of pot for medical uses in October 2014. It is...