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  • Pattie Petty Reveals Parkinson's Diagnosis

    Pattie Petty Reveals Parkinson's Diagnosis
    Pattie Petty, the wife of former NASCAR driver Kyle Petty, has revealed that she has Parkinson's disease.  It was confirmed through a new test at the University of Kansas Hospital. Petty talked exclusively with FOX 4 medical reporter Meryl Lin McKean,...
  • 'Dead End in Norvelt' by Jack Gantos

    'Dead End in Norvelt' by Jack Gantos
    "Dead End in Norvelt" By Jack Gantos Farrar Straus Giroux, $15.99, ages 9-12 Twelve-year-old "Jack Gantos," (part autobiographical, part fictional) is grounded. Jack gets in trouble easily, and his chronic nosebleeds mark the spot(s). His hometown,...
  • A death from cancer, and a search for answers

    A death from cancer, and a search for answers
    Randy White had just buried a daughter, dead at 30 with a brain tumor. Now his other daughter had been diagnosed with growths in her abdomen. When doctors told White in 2009 that their conditions were likely caused by something in their environment,...
  • In Jewish Times bankruptcy, longtime collaborators become foes

    In Jewish Times bankruptcy, longtime collaborators become foes
    Their great-grandfathers each founded Baltimore companies, a publisher and a printer, and their families have built close ties working together since the 1950s to produce the venerable Baltimore Jewish Times. But Andrew Alter Buerger and Charles M....
  • Donald George Swanson

    Donald George Swanson
    “Always leave a place better than you found it” is how he lived every day of his life. On Tuesday, October 11, 2011, Donald George Swanson, 69, was ushered from this world after a short duel with pancreatic cancer.  “Swanny” was...
  • Robotic surgery grows, but so do questions

    Robotic surgery grows, but so do questions
    These days, some surgeons have four arms and are made of metal and plastic. Use of a robotic assistant called the Da Vinci Surgical System has quadrupled in the last four years, and the machine now helps with incisions and sutures in 2,000 hospitals...
  • Families Raise Awareness About Rett Syndrome

    Families Raise Awareness About Rett Syndrome
    Imagine you have thoughts, hopes, and dreams but no way to actually express them. It's a rare disorder called Rett Syndrome that affects young girls. Worldwide, 20 girls are born every day with the disorder. Dr. Sasha Djukic says the disorder doesn't...
  • Working on Wellness: How Howard County employers are making their workplaces healthier

    National health care reform is on the minds of Americans, and whether one agrees with the new laws or not, the debate continues to stimulate discussion on how Americans can be healthier. The bottom line? Being sick costs money — not just for the...
  • Academic, Athletic Award Winners

    This corrects Gabrielle Herbosa's information. COSTA MESA HIGH SCHOOL Recipients of the 32nd annual Les Miller Outstanding Student Awards ANGELINE HONG School Activities/Clubs: Virtual Enterprise-Business Plan Team, Academic Decathlon, varsity tennis,...
  • Energy healing sparks debate

    Energy healing sparks debate
    Energy healers say they can detect and channel a "universal energy" and even manipulate this energy within another person. Science has not proved that this energy exists, that anybody can detect it or manipulate it, or that it has anything to do with...
  • Thriving through touch

    Thriving through touch
    The woman — in her 80s — hadn't spoken in months. The nursing home staff figured she had lost the ability. But after six silent months of regular massage sessions, massage therapist Dawn Nelson heard a soft voice utter: "That feels good."...