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  • Studies: Widely used diabetes drugs seem safe for the heart

    Some widely used diabetes medicines help control blood sugar without the heart risks suggested by earlier research, new studies find. Although reassuring on safety, the results disappointed some doctors who had hoped the drugs would do better and help...
  • Kyrie Irving has fractured knee cap, out for 3-4 months

    Kyrie Irving has fractured knee cap, out for 3-4 months
    OAKLAND, Calif. — Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving has a fractured left knee cap and will have surgery that will end his season. The Cavaliers said Friday that an MRI exam at Stanford Sports Medicine Clinic revealed the injury and that Irving's...
  • Legislators, Hospitals Split Over How To Share Records

    Legislators, Hospitals Split Over How To Share  Records
    Hartford HealthCare announced this week that it was overhauling its IT systems to allow its patients' electronic medical records to be viewed by authorized clinicians at other hospitals in the state, and vice versa, including Yale-New Haven Health System,...
  • No Maryland hospital gets five stars under new federal rating system

    No Maryland hospital gets five stars under new federal rating system
    No Maryland hospital, not even world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital, earned a top score under a new, simplified ranking system for patient satisfaction released Thursday by federal health care authorities. The new system — which assigns one to...
  • A walk with heart: 2015 Broward Heart Walk set Sunday

    Don't miss a beat of this year's Broward Heart Walk. Designed to promote physical activity and heart-healthy living, the annual event, put on by the American Heart Association, will take place Sunday at Nova Southeastern University, 3301 College Ave. in...
  • Fox Valley high school students overcome adversity to earn diplomas

    Fox Valley high school students overcome adversity to earn diplomas
    All this month, high school seniors throughout the Fox Valley are donning caps and gowns as they prepare to graduate. But for some students, that walk across the stage to grab a diploma represents not just the culmination of their high school career,...
  • What Doctors Know: 'Super-specialists' offer tailored cardiac care

    Source: Heart and Vascular Team, Cleveland Clinic whatdoctorsknow.com When you or a loved one is in need of heart care, the prospect may feel overwhelming. You know you need to see a heart specialist, but which one? Having heart disease can lead you...
  • NBA playoffs: Cavaliers banged up, Bulls in limbo with coach

    NBA playoffs: Cavaliers banged up, Bulls in limbo with coach
    LeBron James should have had a stethoscope hanging around his neck as he reeled off the latest medical updates on him and his teammates. "It goes without saying that we're banged up right now," the pseudo Dr. J said Saturday. As they prepare to meet...
  • National Nurses Week celebrates health care's essential professionals

    There are many reasons a person might go into nursing, but Helen Goodman says she first thought about the profession when she was 13 years old. "I used to watch 'ER' and 'Chicago Hope' with my mom and I thought 'Wow, that would be a cool job.' Fast...
  • Baltimore needs more than mentoring post Freddie Gray

    Baltimore needs more than mentoring post Freddie Gray
    On April 27th, people across the world witnessed our city on fire. But as a Baltimore native I can personally attest that the city has been on fire for decades, though not to the visible eye. Many Baltimore communities — too many to list here...
  • Cleveland Clinic reports $783M effect on local economy

    Cleveland Clinic reports $783M effect on local economy
    Cleveland Clinic Florida contributes $783 million a year to the South Florida economy, according to first economic analysis commissioned by the hospital. The growing nonprofit clinic has done similar studies for years at its main campus in Cleveland....