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  • Healthcare reform turns 1, no party planned

     
    First anniversaries are traditionally celebrated with gifts of paper, and so it is with the first anniversary of the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare. Supporters and opponents alike are observing the occasion...
  • 2011 Spring Gear Guide for the Outdoors

     
    Welcome to Spring 2011. Trout season in southeastern Pennsylvania begins Saturday, April 2, and people are out climbing hills and walking trails all over the Lehigh Valley. The Central Range of the Trexler Nature Preserve was full of hiking an dbird...
  • LEBANON: Bittersweet homecoming for Palestinian residents of war-damaged camp

     
    A tedious familiarity overcame Muhammad Aamer and his family as they were forced to leave the only home they knew following the 2007 conflict. The war in Nahr el Bared brought to many of the Palestinian refugees a sense of......
  • Leesburg hospital offers free doctor lectures

     
    Leesburg Regional Medical Center has announced its lineup of free “doctor talks” lectures for the month of April. On Friday, April 8,Surviving Breast Cancer will be presented by Dr. Sandeep K. Thaper, board certified oncologist. Thanks to...
  • Screenings Critical to Treating Aneurysms

     
    By Susan J. WhiteNorthShore University HealthSystem February is Heart Health Month, and time for all of us to better familiarize ourselves with various facets of …...
  • Your morning fashion and beauty report: Wear Red Day aims for the heart, Barbie heads for a museum and Kenneth Cole makes a Twitter faux pas

     
    Are you wearing red? You should be: Feb. 4 is National Wear Red Day, to raise awareness about heart disease in women. Even though heart disease is the number one killer of women, many women -- and even doctors --......
  • Super Bowl: 5 ways to beat big-game hunger using avocado

     
    Avocados are an obvious ingredient choice for many game-watching dishes. So before you grab a bag of chips, consider this: There's more to these pear-shaped treats than great guac. First, some basics: Size matters. Hass avocados are bumpy dark-skinned...
  • L.A. Councilman Rosendahl to undergo surgery to address irregular heartbeat

     
    L.A. City Councilman Bill Rosendahl will undergo a surgical procedure this week to treat a condition stemming from an irregular heartbeat....
  • Father-son Packers fans make most of living in Bears territory

     
    Northbrook resident Mark Blocker’s got a heart of gold and green, but he lives in a town when most football fans’ blood runs blue and …...
  • Boys' basketball: Coach helps save player with CPR

     
    La Verne Lutheran Coach Eric Cooper is being credited with helping save the life of basketball player Xavier Jones, who collapsed during practice last week and needed CPR after he stopped breathing. The San Gabriel Valley Tribune reported that Jones......
  • Florida Hospital mourns death of prominent heart surgeon

     
    Florida Hospital officials and staffers are mourning the death of Dr. Lawrence McBride, a nationally renowned surgeon who moved here earlier this year to lead the hospital's new heart-lung transplant program. McBride, who was 61, died last week of a...