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Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

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  • Obama, complaining of sore throat, goes to hospital for tests

    Obama, complaining of sore throat, goes to hospital for tests
    President Barack Obama, who had medical tests on Saturday after complaining of a sore throat, is suffering from acid reflux, the president's physician said. "The president's symptoms are consistent with soft tissue inflammation related to acid reflux...
  • Defense nominee Ashton Carter known for eclectic interests

    Even as a young man, Ashton Carter had eclectic interests, earning degrees in physics and medieval history at Yale, and a doctorate in theoretical physics from Oxford University, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. "There was no relationship between them...
  • Pulitzer-prize winning Washington Post photographer dies of heart attack in Liberia

    Michel du Cille, a Washington Post photojournalist who won the Pulitzer Prize three times for his dramatic images of human struggle and triumph, and who recently chronicled the plight of Ebola patients and the people who cared for them, died Dec. 11 while...
  • Equine therapy part of veterans' PTSD recovery at Lovell Center

    Equine therapy part of veterans' PTSD recovery at Lovell Center
    Afghanistan and Iraq Army veteran Tyrone Motley relaxed into the carriage seat, took the reins and so skillfully steered the horse around the ring that onlookers couldn’t believe it was his first time. “It was awesome,” said Motley,...
  • Deltaville man charged after ramming van into deputy's car

    Deltaville man charged after ramming van into deputy's car
    A Deltaville man has been charged with attempted murder after he rammed his van into a deputy's car Tuesday, flipping the van and injurying the deputy, according to the Middlesex County Sheriff's Office. Deputies were responding to a domestic...
  • Ebola vaccine trials set to begin in Rockville

    Ebola vaccine trials set to begin in Rockville
    Another Ebola vaccine trial is set to begin in Maryland by the end of the month, as a Rockville company conducts research on behalf of Johnson & Johnson. Optimal Research LLC said Tuesday it was recruiting volunteers for a clinical trial and planned to...
  • Free health information, screenings, education

    Parenting skills may not come naturally, so the "Active Parenting" classes at Mary Immaculate Hospital in Newport News aim to teach skills that all can use. "A Parent's Guide to Raising Happy and Successful Children, ages 5 to 12: Kids Don't Come with...
  • Vietnam veteran connects with wounded Marine Corps soldier in Hampton

    Matthew Fuller and Don McCrea grew up different eras, they fought in different wars and they returned home under different circumstances. But they share a bond of military service that resonates well after their duty is complete. McCrea, an Air Force...
  • Workshop set for patients with chronic health conditions

    A 6-week workshop is set to begin on Jan. 14 at Riverside Walter Reed Hospital in Gloucester to help those who suffer from chronic health conditions. The free workshop will provide tips from pain management and nutrition, to treatment options and...
  • Doctors Hospital among 3 Riverside locations hit by Medicare fines

    Doctors Hospital among 3 Riverside locations hit by Medicare fines
    In a second round of fines related to the quality of certain performance measures instituted by the Affordable Care Act, three Riverside hospitals will take a 1 percent hit in Medicare reimbursements for the next fiscal year. The across-the-board...
  • Obama hails troops' sacrifice as Afghan milestone nears

    Obama hails troops' sacrifice as Afghan milestone nears
    President Obama vowed Thursday that Afghanistan would not "be a source of terrorist attacks again," crediting America's military for helping make the nation more secure as the U.S. prepares to end its combat mission there. On a Christmas Day visit...