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  • Emotional Zo reflects on kidney transplant upon Hall confirmation

    Emotional Zo reflects on kidney transplant upon Hall confirmation
       Alonzo Mourning insists he won't cry when he is enshrined into to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Aug. 8.
  • Federal help needed in fight against diabetes [Letter]

    Federal help needed in fight against diabetes [Letter]
    We were pleased to read the article "Sister of 11-year-old with diabetes raises $110K for research" (April 1), in The Sun because of our own family's experience with type 1 diabetes. Over 10 years ago, our grandson was diagnosed with the disease and has...

    Former Heat star Alonzo Mourning named to Basketball Hall of Fame

    One of the most beloved athletes in South Florida sports history is going into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Former Heat center Alonzo Mourning received word Wednesday that he has been selected as a first-ballot inductee. For a pro...

    Players show their respect for Alonzo Mourning's honor

    Players show their respect for Alonzo Mourning's honor
    Each Miami Heat practice ends the same. The players gather at midcourt, give their final thoughts and then "break" before heading to the showers. On Thursday, the post-practice huddle was a bit special. Former Heat center Alonzo Mourning joined the...

    As State Smoking Rates Decline, County Disparities Remain

     As State Smoking Rates Decline, County Disparities Remain
    Although smoking rates in Connecticut decreased between 1996 and 2012, striking disparities persist among counties, according to new research from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. The widest gap existed...