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  • Cavs hire Blatt as head coach

    Cavs hire Blatt as head coach
    The Cleveland Cavaliers named David Blatt the team's new head coach, Cavaliers general manager David Griffin officially announced Friday night. Blatt, 55, most recently coached perennial Euroleague championship contender Maccabi Tel Aviv, where his team...
  • Bulletin Board

    Monday Castaway Island, 9:30 a.m. to 5:20 p.m. at Topeekeegee-Yugnee Park, 3300 N. Park Road, Hollywood. $8; $5 after 3 p.m. plus $1.50 park entry. Call Classical Music Appreciation, 6 p.m. at Dania Beach Paul DeMaio Branch Library, One Park Ave. East,...
  • Northwestern Memorial among top 10 hospitals: U.S. News

    Northwestern Memorial among top 10 hospitals: U.S. News
    Northwestern Memorial Hospital ranked No. 10 in an annual list of the best hospitals in the nation, as compiled by U.S. News and World Report. The rankings cover nearly 5,000 medical centers nationwide. Scoring takes death rates and patient safety in...
  • Claros and El Chaar: Is weight-loss surgery the shortcut cure for diabetes?

    The media were buzzing recently with the findings of a Cleveland Clinic study showing that weight-loss (bariatric) surgery is helping many obese patients reverse Type 2 diabetes. Has diabetes actually been cured by surgery? For many people, the answer...
  • What's the key to turning around Rust Belt cities?

    Cleveland and other Rust Belt cities are making a comeback as young people sick of high prices in the big city look for more manageable places to live and cities capitalize on attracting a new generation of employers. In Cleveland, the news that...
  • In Maryland, smoking could cost you job

    In Maryland, smoking could cost you job
    Anyone who wants a job next year at Anne Arundel Medical Center — whether as a surgeon or security guard — will have to prove they don't smoke or use tobacco. The Annapolis hospital's new hiring policy might be controversial, but it is...
  • 15 million reasons for Hopkins fight [Commentary]

    Editor's note: This op-ed has been updated from an earlier version to reflect developments.  On Friday, I and 2,000 of my co-workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital were scheduled to go on strike for the second time in two months. It's not a step we wanted to...
  • Dangerous head injury may go unnoticed

    Source: Cleveland Clinic whatdoctorsknow.com Generally, people have believed if a hit to the head didn't cause a concussion, there was no brain injury, either. Now, physicians are learning that even hard hits that don't cause concussions -- called...
  • Prostate cancer doesn't always mean treatment

    Prostate cancer doesn't always mean treatment
    "Cancer" is a very scary word, which is why being diagnosed with prostate cancer can trigger a dramatic reaction in men and doctors that can do more harm than good, new studies report. About 1 in 7 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer in their...
  • Former Bears linebacker Tim Shaw battles ALS

    Former Bears linebacker Tim Shaw battles ALS
    "It is almost a gift to have someone tell you when they think you are going to die. Imagine all the petty, insignificant, unworthy things you spend time thinking about and doing in your life. When someone tells you that you don't have much time, you are...
  • Chargers' Antonio Gates lets his sister's memory guide him

    Chargers' Antonio Gates lets his sister's memory guide him
    He has two of the surest hands in NFL history, but only now does Antonio Gates fully grasp what his little sister meant to him. The All-Pro tight end, beginning his 12th season with the San Diego Chargers, sat at his locker Tuesday and reminisced...