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Cystic Fibrosis

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  • More children are suffering from fatty liver disease

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I recently read that fatty liver disease is becoming common in young children. What's the cause of this condition? How is it diagnosed, and can it be reversed? ANSWER: The number of children who have fatty liver disease is rising....
  • Sequencing baby's genome: a help in treatment or too much information?

    Sequencing baby's genome: a help in treatment or too much information?
    Diapers? Check. Infant car seat? Check. Comprehensive genome analysis? Roger that, too. For thousands of newborns born in and around Boston; San Francisco; Kansas City, Missouri; and North Carolina over the next several years, a full genomic...
  • Independence, career satisfaction rate high for respiratory therapists

    Independence, career satisfaction rate high for respiratory therapists
    A career helping people with breathing problems offers respiratory therapists rewarding work, good pay and a chance to use their own decision-making skills. Earning an associate’s degree in respiratory care, you can find work at hospitals, clinics,...
  • Review: 'A Life in Men' by Gina Frangello

    Review: 'A Life in Men' by Gina Frangello
    Love is brutalized throughout Gina Frangello's second novel, "A Life in Men." The pursuit of it, the act, the possibility. Love is what two young American women think they want, are perhaps even owed, but violence — premeditated, haphazard, self-...
  • Neuqua's Cherney happy to finally be healthy

    Neuqua's Cherney happy to finally be healthy
    Evan Cherney never saw any reason to tell his football coaches that the constant ear infections wreaked havoc with his equilibrium. The baseball coaches did not need to be aware that he was slowed by pneumonia. Sick was the Neuqua Valley senior's...
  • ESU baseball adding 9-year-old for 2014 season

     
    The East Stroudsburg University baseball team is adding 9-year-old Brayden Walsh of Tannersville to its roster for the 2014 season through a partnership with Team IMPACT. He is signing with the baseball program tonight at 5:30 p.m. and will spend......
  • Great Baltimore cocktails, The Spiced Nashi at Pabu Izakaya

    Great Baltimore cocktails, The Spiced Nashi at Pabu Izakaya
    Forget those Winter Olympians. Baltimore just welcomed home another kind of champion, one I can totally get behind: a winning cocktail. Crowned the as the people's choice winner at Sunday's Ryes Up Against Cystic Fibrosis charitable gala, the Spiced...
  • Bios of the LV football scholar-athletes to be honored March 2 at Northampton Community Center

     
    Bios of the area's scholar-athletes to be honored on March 2 at the annual National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Lehigh Valley Chapter Dinner, which will feature Lehigh coach Andy Coen as the main speaker and will be held at the...
  • Perry Thurston exudes caution as Democratic attorney general candidates react to marijuana decision

    Perry Thurston exudes caution as Democratic attorney general candidates react to marijuana decision
    Attorney General candidate Perry Thurston, a Broward Democrat, issued a cautious, nuanced statement Monday in response to the Florida Supreme Court decision allowing voters to decide in November if they want to authorize medical marijuana. George...
  • Fully fund NIH [Commentary]

    Fully fund NIH [Commentary]
    As someone who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2008, I have taken advantage of the incredible research studies at Johns Hopkins Hospital, the University of Maryland Medical Center and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and I'm thankful...
  • Dr. Peter C. Maloney, Hopkins biochemist

    Dr. Peter C. Maloney, Hopkins biochemist
    Dr. Peter C. Maloney, an internationally known biochemist who was a professor of physiology and associate dean for graduate students at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, died Dec. 12 of cancer at his Bare Hills home. He was 72. "Peter...