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  • Help unlock the voices of children with apraxia at annual walk

     
    The Allentown Walk for Children with Apraxia of Speech is 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, at Lone Lane Park, 30 Lone Lane in Upper Macungie Township. Registration begins at 9 a.m. cost is $20 for walkers 18 and older and $10 for walkers under 18. There also...
  • More than 250 butterflies will be released at Wings of Hope

     
    Cancer Support Community -- Greater Lehigh Valley will have its annual Wings of Hope: A Butterfly Release 10:30 a.m. Sept. 8 at Cedar Crest College Allentown. The event honors those who've been affected by cancer wtih live and paper butterflies....
  • Help patients like Donna by joining the 2012 Lehigh Valley Walk to Defeat ALS

     
    ALS patient Donna Katcher of Allentown will be participating in the 10th annual Lehigh Valley Walk to Defeat ALS at 10 a.m. Oct. 13 at Coca-Cola Park. The walk supports the ALS Association Philadelphia chapter's efforts to raise awareness and money to...
  • Toni Braxton hospitalized for Lupus and blood clots

     
    The 45-year-old revealed two years ago that she was diagnosed with Lupus, a dangerous autoimmune disease....
  • Living with lupus 24/7

    For Pam Hunt, life with lupus is up and down. "I never know from day to day how I am going to feel," says the Williamsburg resident. She discovered she had the chronic inflammatory disease in 1983. Lupus occurs when your body's immune system attacks...
  • Living with lupus

    Living with lupus
    For Pam Hunt, life with lupus is up and down. "I never know from day to day how I am going to feel," says Pam, 45, who lives in Williamsburg. She discovered she had the chronic inflammatory disease in 1983. Lupus occurs when your body's immune system...
  • Patients pay more, get less -- if they're lucky

    Jennifer and Greg Danylyshyn of Pasadena are conscientious parents. They keep proper car seats in their used BMW, organic vegetables in the family diet and the pediatrician's number by the phone. They don't have access to the group medical insurance...
  • The Siren's Call: Man's worship of — and cruelty to — dogs

    The Siren's Call: Man's worship of — and cruelty to — dogs
    Dogs rule. The writers of ABC's "Lost" know that. In the series finale, they gave viewers an unforgettable, tear-jerker scene: Vincent the lab stays at the side of the dying Jack. Jack's not alone. When he breathes his last, viewers knew that Vincent...
  • City Lights: Physical therapy gets hot

    City Lights: Physical therapy gets hot
    I've gotten used to the concept of art as therapy. I have friends who have led poetry workshops in homeless and battered women's shelters, and I once attended a reading in England by a woman who had been abused as a child and passed out poetry pamphlets...
  • Monday is Hollywood Bag Ladies Day

     
    Beverly Hills Mayor Nancy Krasne is poised to proclaim Monday "Hollywood Bag Ladies Day.??? No, it has nothing to do with actual bag ladies, shuffling down the street and pushing shopping carts -- actually, quite the contrary. Hollywood Bag Ladies......
  • Evans holds walk-a-thon to help student’s family pay for her funeral

     
    Evans High school will hold a walk-a-thon from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 28 at the 9th grade center. The address is  2751 Lake Stanley Rd., Orlando. Students and staff are hoping to raise money to help the family of Letedra “Ti...