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  • Baby born with brain tumor celebrates 2nd birthday

    Baby born with brain tumor celebrates 2nd birthday
    Matthew Erickson just turned 2, a milestone remarkable for the other numbers that have defined his young life: Six brain surgeries. Five rounds of chemotherapy. Thousands of blood draws. Nearly two years since doctors told his parents he had an...
  • 'Downton Abbey' recap: A shocking crime below stairs

    'Downton Abbey' recap: A shocking crime below stairs
    Well, that was awful. Sunday’s “Downton Abbey” begins as a fun, frivolous return to form, as a party of visitors, including Lady Mary’s new love interest, Lord Gillingham, descend on the estate for an sumptuous dinner. Everyone&...
  • 1 in 8: Anne Waller strives to break the silence on perinatal mood disorders

    1 in 8: Anne Waller strives to break the silence on perinatal mood disorders
    There’s a catchy tune called “When Mama Ain’t Happy (Ain’t Nobody Happy).” The song is about a man who stays out late drinking and comes home to an angry wife. For such domestic drama, the lyrics and music strike a...
  • A personal air purifier

    A personal air purifier
    Name: AirTamer A302 What it is: An air purifier worn around the neck or clipped to a pocket that, the company says, creates a 3-foot radius of cleaner air around your head. How it works: According to the company, AirTamer emits more than "2 million...
  • Free flu shots in Newport News and Hampton

    Free flu shots in Newport News and Hampton
    Free flu shots are now available at the Peninsula Health District in Newport News and at the Hampton Health Department as the state enters its fifth week of "widespread" seasonal flu activity. "We just want to remove any barriers that may be stopping...
  • Mall owner removes cellphone -recycling kiosks from Towson Town Center

    The company that runs malls in Towson, Columbia, Owings Mills and White Marsh is removing cellphone-recycling kiosks from its Maryland locations after politicians voiced concerns that the machines contribute to cellphone thefts, including a rash of...
  • Federal cases for Fresno County inmates suspended amid flu outbreak

    Federal criminal proceedings have been suspended in Fresno because of an outbreak of the flu at the county jail, where hundreds of inmates have been quarantined. U.S. District Judge Lawrence J. O'Neill issued the order Tuesday afternoon "in order to...
  • Traveling in 2014? Here are 14 things to know

    Traveling in 2014? Here are 14 things to know
    New players in the ever-annoying world of air carriers. New perks for visitors to Vegas. New ways to get around town. Travel continues to evolve, sometimes in great ways, sometimes in ways that make us want to stick out our tongues. The travel treat and...
  • Jonas Hiller a game-time decision for Ducks

    A sick Jonas Hiller missed Wednesday’s morning skate and is a game-time decision to play goalie for the Ducks against the Vancouver Canucks, meaning his 14-game winning streak may be next put to the test Friday against defending Stanley Cup-champion...
  • Ducks' Jonas Hiller sick, will not play against Canucks

    Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller is too sick to start Wednesday night’s game against the Vancouver Canucks, putting his 14-game winning streak on hold before his team ventures to tough road games at Chicago and St. Louis. Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau...
  • Influenza deaths rise to 45 as officials stress need for flu shots

    Influenza deaths rise to 45 as officials stress need for flu shots
    California has now confirmed 45 deaths from influenza this season, health officials have reported — an increase of 38 since the end of last week and further indication that this year's flu may be especially severe. "The great majority" of the...