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  • Kimmy Couldn't Survive The System

    Kimmy Couldn't Survive The System
    Kelly Carrignan was just a kid when the movie "Charly" came out, telling the tale of a mentally challenged man who undergoes an experimental operation and becomes a genius. "I always wished something like that could work for Kimmy," she said,...
  • Special precautions should be taken when operating on the elderly

    Special precautions should be taken when operating on the elderly
    Surgery on older people can be riskier than other generations. But it can be safely done if doctors take certain precautions. Dr. Mark Katlic, chief of surgery at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore and an expert on surgical care of patients 80 and older, talks...
  • Division III lacrosse preview: Frostburg State Bobcats

    Division III lacrosse preview: Frostburg State Bobcats
    Thursday’s entry is the third installment of a series taking a look at each of the eight Division III programs in this state according to their order of finish from last season. The Sun’s lacrosse preview is slated to be published on Friday,...
  • 'Tell Chicago I'll pull through'

    'Tell Chicago I'll pull through'
    Eighty years ago this week in Miami, a "maniac" tried to kill President-elect Franklin Roosevelt. The assassin's bullets missed their intended target but hit Chicago Mayor Anton Cermak and four other bystanders. Cermak was rushed to the hospital in...
  • Paul Tanner dies at 95; trombonist with Glenn Miller Orchestra

    Paul Tanner, a trombonist with the Glenn Miller Orchestra who became a prominent jazz educator at UCLA and created an unusual electronic musical instrument heard on the Beach Boys' classic 1966 hit "Good Vibrations," has died. He was 95. Tanner died...
  • Hospital deaths and readmissions not linked: study

    Hospital deaths and readmissions not linked: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A measure used by Medicare to penalize hospitals for poor performance is not linked to how many patients die after being admitted, suggests a new study. The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association...
  • Heart Attack Grill's unofficial spokesman dies of heart attack

    Heart Attack Grill's unofficial spokesman dies of heart attack
    Irony is the main entrée in the news this week: An unofficial spokesman for the Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas died of a heart attack Monday. John Alleman, 52, who scoffed at healthy heart warnings by waving in customers outside the downtown eatery while...
  • Joseph E. "Joe" Gross, sports editor

    Joseph E. "Joe" Gross, sports editor
    Joseph E. "Joe" Gross, former sports editor of The Capital in Annapolis who abandoned an engineering career to become a sportswriter, died Wednesday of heart failure at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. He was 72. "Joe was just a delightful...
  • Remote monitoring helps keep Peninsula heart patients out of hospital

    Remote monitoring helps keep Peninsula heart patients out of hospital
    NEWPORT NEWS — When a disembodied voice in his Newport News home announces it's time to take his vital signs, Ron Day and his wife, Carol, head upstairs from the living room to a bedroom equipped with a remote monitoring device. Ronald, a 73-year-...
  • Charles H. Latrobe III, highly decorated Navy fighter pilot

    Charles H. Latrobe III, highly decorated Navy fighter pilot
    Charles H. Latrobe III, a retired Koppers Co. executive who was a highly decorated World War II Navy night fighter pilot, died Feb. 16 of complications from pneumonia at Roland Park Place. He was 90. "He was a very private person who had the highest...
  • George Aratani dies at 95; L.A. philanthropist who funded Japanese American causes

    George Aratani dies at 95; L.A. philanthropist who funded Japanese American causes
    George Aratani, a Los Angeles businessman who donated millions of dollars to Japanese American causes, and with his wife endowed the nation’s first academic chair to study the World War II internment of people of Japanese descent and their efforts...