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  • Battle Creek Man Is Stabbed In Leg And Hands

    Battle Creek Man Is Stabbed In Leg And Hands
    A woman is in custody after a Battle Creek man suffered stab wounds to a leg and his hands early Saturday. At 4:40 a.m. Saturday, the Battle Creek Police Department responded to a report of a stabbing at 260 W. Manchester St. in Battle Creek. Upon...
  • How 'Superbug' gained momentum

    How 'Superbug' gained momentum
    During her years as a reporter covering the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Maryn McKenna grew accustomed to being called "Scary Disease Girl," the bearer of titillating tales of exotic ailments unlikely to...
  • Germaphobia; how clean are your hands?

    As a young mother I had the phone number to Poison Control memorized. I had a child who put pretty much everything he could get his hands on into his mouth. And since there was no Internet, I was on the phone to them constantly. I wasn't a germaphobe,...
  • Finger joint pain a common symptom of rheumatoid arthritis

    Finger joint pain a common symptom of rheumatoid arthritis
    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: How do I know if joint pain in my fingers is arthritis or something else? Will cortisone injections help joint pain and swelling in my fingers? If not, what are my options? ANSWER: It sounds like you may be dealing with rheumatoid...
  • Aches, pains of arthritis

    Snap, crackle and pop! Not just breakfast cereal anymore — it may be the sound of your joints as you go up a flight of stairs. Joint popping and cracking, or "crepitus," is one of the more than 100 forms of arthritis. Do a self-survey: How do...
  • Fighting rare nerve disorder

    Fighting rare nerve disorder
    In school, she was known as "the Band-Aid kid" because she was clumsy and would fall a lot. She looked normal and was never overweight, but she found it increasingly difficult to run. Nancy Mollner was first diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disorder,...
  • Surgeons perform rare double hand transplant

    Surgeons perform rare double hand transplant
    Doctors performed a rare double hand transplant on a burn victim who is recovering Wednesday after the nearly 18-hour surgery. The transplant at a Louisville hospital was only the third in the nation. Jewish Hospital also performed the world's first...
  • Back to (cooking) school

    Back to (cooking) school
    More than 135 cooking schools offer classes for home cooks to culinary professionals at venues across the city and suburbs. Some instructors will even come to your home to teach you and your friends the basics. What's new? The College of DuPage is...
  • ICE: Flea Market Raid Nets 18 Fraud Arrests

    ICE: Flea Market Raid Nets 18 Fraud Arrests
    Eighteen people are in custody facing federal charges after a massive raid at a North Houston flea market Saturday afternoon. It was not quite the Saturday Jerson Hernandez expected to have while shopping at a flea market on Airline Street. "Out of...
  • 18 Arrested for Document Fraud

    18 Arrested for Document Fraud
    Eighteen people are in custody facing federal charges for committing fraud. Those people were placed in handcuffs on Saturday afternoon at a massive raid at a flea market. After months of investigation, U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement along...
  • Homeless shelter to stay open all hours

    GLENDALE — The homeless shelter at the Glendale National Guard Armory will be open around the clock through Thursday after state officials on Monday approved 24-hour access as heavy rainfall continued to batter the region. They left open the...