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  • Image databank could help diagnose children's brain diseases

    Image databank could help diagnose children's brain diseases
    Johns Hopkins researchers are well on their way to building a digital library of children's brain images, which they say eventually will give doctors around the world access to a free Google-like search engine that could help diagnose and treat...
  • A wide spectrum to approach

    A wide spectrum to approach
    Five-year-old Emily Phillips beams around the house with a smile that melts hearts. Her parents, Susan and Larry Phillips, adopted Emily at birth, and she's grown into a bubbly, curious child. She attends pre-kindergarten at Laguna Beach Presbyterian...
  • Doctors and hospitals posing as charity cases? It's nauseating

    Obamacare was intended, in part, to rein in sky-high healthcare costs. Yet some doctors and hospitals are responding to the reform law with outstretched palms and brother-can-you-spare-a-dime pleas for more money from patients. Evelyn Stern, 75, of...
  • Science refreshes its view of aging

    Science refreshes its view of aging
    How do we stay healthy and mobile into our senior years? How do we stave off dementia? Exercise regularly. Stay mentally active. Nurture rich social connections. Find things you enjoy doing and people you enjoy doing them with, scientists said at the...
  • Class-action registration begins for patients of Hopkins gynecologist

    Class-action registration begins for patients of Hopkins gynecologist
    Attorneys launched a campaign Monday to notify former patients of a Johns Hopkins gynecologist accused of secretly photographing exams that they are eligible to register as part of a class-action suit. As many as 12,600 patients seen by Dr. Nikita...
  • The road back from a wrongful conviction

    The road back from a wrongful conviction
    As she marks her 32nd birthday Sunday, Nicole Harris is navigating job interviews and graduate school applications. She's discovering just how delicate the relationship between a mother and her teenage son can be. She is constantly on the hunt for a...
  • Forever? Maybe. But not just yet.

    Forever? Maybe. But not just yet.
    If it looks like a relationship, and it feels like a relationship, Sarah Millett has learned, it does not necessarily mean it's a relationship. Millett, 26, feels battle-scarred from the ambiguous romances that have dominated her dating life, when...
  • Joe Rogan is making you laugh, thanks to headaches

    Joe Rogan is making you laugh, thanks to headaches
    If not for the headaches, Joe Rogan might not be a stand-up comedian today. When he was 13, he began practicing martial arts; by 19, he was a black-belt taekwondo champion, winning national and Massachusetts championships for years. But by the late '80s,...
  • Singing the blues over headlight glare

    Singing the blues over headlight glare
    Q: My question is about the bluish colored headlights, and the fog lights and parking lights that many drivers have on at night. I thought there were laws regulating the number and brightness of the lights on the front of the car. In many cases the...
  • Iglesias, Fernandez, Garrido Set For Spanish Suspenser 'Killers' (EXCLUSIVE)

    MADRID - Maxi Iglesias ("XP3D," "Toledo"), Luis Fernandez ("XP3D," "I Want You") and Aura Garrido ("Stockholm," "The Wishful Thinkers") are attached to star in "Innocent Killers," a murder imbroglio from Seville-based production house Aralan. Shooting...
  • Dogs' interbreeding with wolves clouds lineage of man's BFF

    Dogs' interbreeding with wolves clouds lineage of man's BFF
    A new study says genomic analysis shows dogs and wolves diverged from a common wolf-like ancestor 11,000 to 16,000 years ago, although repeated interbreeding between the animals has clouded their evolutionary history. The study, published in the journal...