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  • The Great Bull Run: Why do people do it?

    The Great Bull Run: Why do people do it?
    There is a possibility of death, and of being trampled by a herd of bulls or a crowd of people. Then there's the adrenaline rush of running alongside 1,500-pound animals roaring past you at 35 mph. Running of the Bulls enthusiasts have walked that...
  • Family Video: No fade to black here

    Family Video: No fade to black here
    As the owner of the nation's largest video rental store chain, Keith Hoogland said his biggest challenge is the industry's image problem. "I'm trying to hire 2,000 people this year, and do people want to work at Family Video (when) they think the...
  • Area's volleyball community to raise money for lymphoma-stricken friend

    Area's volleyball community to raise money for lymphoma-stricken friend
    This all started with a cough. Bill Porter said his son, Kyle, had a persistent cough. So they went to an urgent care clinic. Tests showed there was a chance he could have asthma but nothing more. Weeks passed and Kyle Porter didn't look like himself....
  • Houston offensive lineman David Quessenberry diagnosed with lymphoma

    Houston Texans offensive lineman David Quessenberry will be placed on the NFL’s non-football illness list while he undergoes treatment for lymphoma, the team announced Tuesday. The second-year player out of San Jose State had been experiencing the...
  • Texans lineman diagnosed with lymphoma

    Texans lineman diagnosed with lymphoma
    Houston Texans offensive lineman David Quessenberry has been diagnosed with lymphoma and was placed Tuesday on the non-football injury list. The team said Quessenberry experienced “fatigue and a persistent cough” during a June 3 practice and...
  • Cancer survivors in the U.S. -- 14.5 million strong and growing

    A new report identifies a group of Americans that is expected to grow by 30% over the next decade: cancer survivors. As of Jan. 1, there were nearly 14.5 million people alive in the United States who had been diagnosed with some type of cancer. By 2024,...
  • The debt that all women--even conservatives--owe Gloria Steinem

    The debt that all women--even conservatives--owe Gloria Steinem
    If you are a woman, Gloria Steinem is like an indispensable computer program, always running in the background of your life. You don’t always remember that she's there, but without her, your life would be constrained in ways you can hardly imagine....
  • Medical school gig a healthy challenge for actors

    Medical school gig a healthy challenge for actors
    David Solomon lay in bed, a sheet draped over his legs. His darkened bedroom was silent, except for the ticking of a clock on the wall. A box of tissues sat on a bedside table; a Hebrew-and-English siddur, or prayer book, rested on his lap. The cancer...
  • Maine South student focus of blood drive

    Maine South student focus of blood drive
    Dozens of friends, classmates and neighbors braved bitter temperatures and falling snow to participate in a recent blood drive to help a Maine South High School student replenish a blood bank's supply. Dubbed "Jimmy's Blood Drive," the effort to boost...
  • Dr. Riad Barmada, 1929-2014

     Dr. Riad Barmada, 1929-2014
    Dr. Riad Barmada, head of orthopedics at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine from 1984 to 1998, was a quiet champion of diversity at the school. "Long before anyone talked about diversity, he recruited women and minorities," said...
  • Letters: Gaps in the healthcare law

    Re "Patients struggle to find covered doctors," Feb. 5 The article points out a major gap in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act: Many specialty providers and hospitals that cancer patients rely on are being left out of insurance exchange...