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  • Nobel laureate, bone-marrow transplant innovator Dr. E. Donnall Thomas dies

    Nobel laureate, bone-marrow transplant innovator Dr. E. Donnall Thomas dies
    Nobel Prize winner and medical pioneer E. Donnall Thomas, M.D., died Saturday at the age of 92. Thomas won the Nobel Prize in 1990 for his work in bone-marrow transplantation to cure leukemias and other blood cancers. In 1974, Thomas became the first...
  • 'Magic City' actress loves yoga, Pilates

    'Magic City' actress loves yoga, Pilates
    On "Magic City," a Starz television drama set in a glamorous Miami hotel in 1959, Dominik Garcia-Lorido plays a Cuban-American housekeeper training to be a Pan Am stewardess. She sizzles as a young woman coming of age and falling in love. In real life,...
  • Wait longer between Pap tests, ob-gyns say

    Wait longer between Pap tests, ob-gyns say
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Most women can wait three to five years between Pap tests to screen for cervical cancer, according to guidelines released Monday by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). The recommendations fall in...
  • Ask the Expert: Ruchi Gupta, pediatrician and author of 'The Food Allergy Experience'

    Ask the Expert: Ruchi Gupta, pediatrician and author of 'The Food Allergy Experience'
    For parents of children with food allergies, navigating everyday life can be like side-stepping land mines. Play dates, birthday parties and after-school activities all pose potentially life-threatening hazards. And there's Halloween, when candy...
  • The Cutting Edge

    The Cutting Edge
    When Dr. Amir Abolhoda recently performed robot-assisted lung cancer surgery at UC Irvine Medical Center — the first procedure of its kind in Orange County — it marked the latest leap in the fast-evolving field of robotics. The minimally...
  • Hundreds Simply Hoping To Help Save A Life

    They showed up Tuesday at the Eastern Connecticut Sports Center. There were a hundred of them, students and student-athletes, and they wanted to help one of their own. Then there were 200 of them, faculty, staff and administrators, too, and they stood...
  • Commentary: Why girls need fathers as they develop

    Can a woman raised without a father feel psychologically whole? The question came to mind while watching the funeral service for Whitney Houston several months ago. A beautiful, gifted woman, she rose to incredible heights, only to jettison her career...
  • Key to sustaining achievement is avoiding burnout

    Q. My job requires long hours, lots of stress, and social events with clients. Lately, I find myself chronically exhausted and catching every cold. Friends are always talking to me about taking care of myself. How do you balance that with a demanding...
  • OUR HEALTH: Spring Weather Brings Early Onset of Allergies For Many

    OUR HEALTH: Spring Weather Brings Early Onset of Allergies For Many
    Most people love the spring weather but hate the allergies that come with it.  For those living in central Virginia, that’s more true than ever this year. The lack of freezing temperatures this winter means the spring pollination season is in full...
  • OUR HEALTH: Lynchburg's Experts in Sjogren's Syndrome

    OUR HEALTH: Lynchburg's Experts in Sjogren's Syndrome
    Many Americans had not heard of Sjogren’s Syndrome before last fall, when tennis champion Venus Williams was forced to withdraw for the U.S. Open because of her struggle with the disorder. And it’s still something that not a lot of people know...
  • FDA blocks misleading sunscreens

    FDA blocks misleading sunscreens
    POWAY, Calif. -- New rules for sunscreen labeling drafted by the Federal Drug Administration in 2011 will take effect this summer.   "It's good because they're trying to make order before there was no order. The FDA is also giving the consumer some...