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  • Listie man's legally blind journey testimony to God's glory

    Listie man's legally blind journey testimony to God's glory
    After spending decades working in the deep coal mines in Somerset County, Johnny Fritz began driving truck for Pile's Concrete Production Co. of Friedens in 2005. The Somerset County native had no way of anticipating that two years later he would drive...
  • Girl's early development shouldn't alarm parents

    Q: My daughter is 8 years old, but she’s already beginning to develop breast tissue and underarm hair. Isn’t she too young for that? Should I be worried? What should I do about it? A: The good, and possibly surprising, news for you is that...
  • Barbara Walters retiring after 52 years in television

    Barbara Walters retiring after 52 years in television
    Barbara Walters will retire in May of next year, a source familiar with her plans told Reuters on Thursday. (Deadline Hollywood broke the story; Read it here.) The 83-year-old executive producer and co-host of "The View" has struggled with health issues...
  • Best books on the Titanic

    Best books on the Titanic
    With the 100th anniversary of the Titanic, there should be a renewed interest in "A Night to Remember," Baltimorean Walter Lord's recreation of the ship's sinking. It is a classic in the dramatiuc retelling of an historical event, and you could draw a...
  • Late Night: Dr. Stephen Colbert says 'clearly vaccines are dangerous'

     
    On Thursday's "The Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert waded into one of the most contentious issues in contemporary life: childhood vaccinations....
  • Get back-to-school vaccinations now, health departments say

     
    Summer is still in full swing for many Orange and Seminole county students, and preparing for going back to school may be the last thing on their minds. Although school won’t be in session again until August, health departments in both counties...
  • State helping at child immunization deadline

     
    Parents that have, for whatever reason, put off getting their school-age children to the doctor for the mandatory immunizations are getting a last-minute chance to catch up from the state Department of Health. The state will open health centers the week...
  • Chicken pox, vaccines and mom as bioterrorist

     
    With so many parents realizing they can save their children the suffering of chicken pox with vaccination, it can be tough to find a fun "chicken pox party," the gatherings at which healthy young children mingle with actively sick ones......
  • Seminole kids may need immunizations

     
    The start of the new school year is just around the corner in Seminole County, and part of the preparation fo the return to classes may include getting immunizations. The Seminole County Health Department is reminding parents that a slew of shots are...
  • Steve Blake out indefinitely with chicken pox; sore Matt Barnes a game-time decision

     
    The games only get more important from here, but the Lakers might be without two of their reserves Tuesday against San Antonio. Steve Blake has chicken pox and is out indefinitely. Matt Barnes has a sore right knee and will be a game-time decision. Barnes...
  • Lakers' injury list exacerbates concerns over play following 102-93 victory over San Antonio Spurs

     
    Folding his arms across his knees and burying his head down, Lakers center Andrew Bynum sat on the court. He had just lost his balance while trying to track down San Antonio Spurs forward DeJuan Blair, a sequence that caused his left knee to slip...