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  • Police say Columbia mall shooter wanted to mimic Columbine

    Police say Columbia mall shooter wanted to mimic Columbine
    The teenager who led a deadly January assault at The Mall in Columbia did not target his victims, but planned a killing spree inspired by the 1999 Columbine High School shootings, Howard County police revealed Wednesday. In a wide-ranging news...
  • Dealing with pink eye: 7 tips to keep the lid on conjunctivitis

    Source: Loyola University Medical Center whatdoctorsknow.com As children are hard at work at school, viruses and bacteria are also toiling industriously, spreading from one child to another. One of the most contagious ailments is pink eye. Though not...
  • Dr. Maynard Cohen, neurologist, 1920-2014

     Dr. Maynard Cohen, neurologist, 1920-2014
    Dr. Maynard Cohen spent 30 years in the Department of Neurological Sciences at what is now Rush University Medical Center, conducting research and treating patients while also teaching as a professor and through the American Academy of Neurology....
  • California's enrollment website for Obamacare goes down

    California's enrollment website for Obamacare goes down
    Amid a big marketing push, California's enrollment website for Obamacare coverage has suffered an unexpected outage due to software glitches. The website problems come at a crucial time as the Covered California exchange tries to persuade more uninsured...
  • Health-care myths argue for humility in changing system

    Swedish researchers report that antioxidants make cancers worse in mice. It's already known that the antioxidant beta-carotene exacerbates lung cancers in humans. Not exactly what you'd expect given the extravagant — and incessant — claims you...
  • No quick fix for strokes, but L.A. trial made care speedier, better

     No quick fix for strokes, but L.A. trial made care speedier, better
    A groundbreaking Los Angeles clinical trial has proven a disappointment in demonstrating that a safe and inexpensive mineral infusion could reduce disability in stroke patients. But the researchers behind a UCLA trial called "Fast-Mag" said the eight-year...
  • Maximizing your ROI of life

    Maximizing your ROI of life
    Getting a return on your investment, or ROI, is important when it comes to your finances. But have you ever kept tabs on the ROI of your life? According to Dr. Sanjay Jain, it's possible to make changes in your routine that will physically, spiritually,...
  • California lawmaker proposes adding health warning labels to sodas

    SACRAMENTO — Citing studies linking soda to obesity, a state lawmaker and medical experts proposed a first-in-the-nation bill Thursday that sugary drinks sold in California carry health warning labels similar to those on cigarette packs. They want...
  • Cabin Fever won't kick in if you get outside

    It never fails to give me a chuckle when I read someone complaining about going stir crazy with cabin fever. Seriously? Unless you're elderly, infirm or hobbled up by injury, there is no reason to stay cooped up in your house, or cooped up from your...
  • Flu season is in full swing

    Local physicians say they’re seeing an increase in patients with flu symptoms as the season for the virus approaches its peak in February and March. At Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center, emergency physician Edmond Noll said he’s...
  • Helping your child find a therapist

     Helping your child find a therapist
    You want to find a therapist for your 9-year-old. Where do you start? Parent advice From our panel of staff contributors Ask for recommendations from your family physician or the school nurse. — Bill Hageman In addition, ask trusted...