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  • Matusz returns to clubhouse, plus notes on Cabrera, Bundy and Wright

    Matusz returns to clubhouse, plus notes on Cabrera, Bundy and Wright
    Orioles lefty Brian Matusz will be eligible to pitch Sunday, officially ending his eight-game suspension for using a “foreign substance” — a mix of rosin and sunscreen — in the 12th inning of the club’s loss in Miami on May...
  • Quality-of-life care may help cancer patients live longer, feel better

    One of the memories Gabriela Dow has from when she was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer at age 35 is standing in the middle of the grocery store, overwhelmed by the decision of which foods to buy. "It felt like being in a labyrinth," says the...
  • Your house can be more dangerous than you think

    Your house can be more dangerous than you think
    Soap may seem to be keeping germs at bay, but in many homes, it's doing harm. Surprisingly, there are items lurking in most homes that are unhealthy because they're old or contain harmful ingredients. The good news? For the most part, these things...
  • Battling cancer with exercise, nutrition and mental health

    Battling cancer with exercise, nutrition and mental health
    Exercise, mental health, nutrition — these are all areas that can affect how someone lives during and after cancer treatment. The healing power of exercise Before Gabriela Dow's cancer diagnosis, her schedule, which involved juggling...
  • Crowning glory

    Crowning glory
    Much like the red-haired "Brave" character she once resembled, Pamm Becker is high-spirited and courageous — qualities that have served her well through a rough six months of chemotherapy. "I'm down 100 pounds," said the Burbank resident, who was...
  • How to breathe: Physician and yoga teacher on getting it right

    How to breathe: Physician and yoga teacher on getting it right
    Breathing is simple, right? We all do it, a dozen times a minute, at least. Even a newborn baby can do it. But that most basic of human processes can be improved upon, so we get more out of it. "Breathing well, in my view, is using your lungs to their...
  • House Leaders: Bill Expanding Worker's Compensation Needs Further Study

    HARTFORD — A bill that would significantly expand the workers compensation system for police and firefighters is unlikely to come up for a vote in the House of Representatives this year. House Speaker Brendan Sharkey and Minority leader Themis...
  • San Bernardino, a broken city seeking hope

    San Bernardino, a broken city seeking hope
    With a rake and a mask, the motel manager steps carefully into Room 107. This afternoon, Sam Maharaj will evict a couple and their 4-month-old baby for not paying their bill. The mother sits on the side of the bed, still twitching from slamming...
  • South Korea reports 10th death from MERS virus

    South Korea reports 10th death from MERS virus
    South Korea reported a 10th death from the MERS virus on Thursday, although officials say they believe the disease has peaked. The victim was a 65-year-old man who had been treated for lung cancer and was hospitalized in the same facility as another ...
  • South Korea reports 10th death from MERS virus

    South Korea reported a 10th death from the MERS virus on Thursday, although officials say they believe the disease has peaked. The victim was a 65-year-old man who had been treated for lung cancer and was hospitalized in the same facility as another MERS...
  • Hundreds walk for life at cancer fundraiser

    Hundreds walk for life at cancer fundraiser
    It seems that everyone knows someone affected by cancer. Hundreds of bags representing those who have fought or are fighting cancer lined the path that ran through Lake Zurich's Paulus Park on June 6, where the Lake Zurich Area, Wauconda and Island...