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Physical Conditions (INACTIVE)

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  • Algeria's Bouteflika poised to win re-election

    ALGIERS (Reuters) - Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika was expected to win a fourth term in office after an election on Thursday, despite questions over his health and his rare appearances since suffering a stroke in 2013. Voting results were due on...
  • San Diego bishop suffers stroke but is 'alert and in good spirits'

    San Diego bishop suffers stroke but is 'alert and in good spirits'
    SAN DIEGO -- The Roman Catholic bishop of San Diego has suffered a stroke but remains "alert and in good spirits" in the hospital, the diocese announced Thursday. Bishop Cirilo Flores suffered the stroke Wednesday afternoon while in his office at the...
  • Over 40 baseball league 'just a bunch of guys who still want to play'

    Wood bats, regulation uniforms and a desire to compete against peers are just part of what drives Baltimore Senior Baseball Over 40 League players to lace up their spikes every Sunday morning from April to August for some old-fashioned hardball. The...
  • Windsor Woman Poisoned Multiple Tenants Of Her Home For The Elderly

    Windsor Woman Poisoned Multiple Tenants Of Her Home For The Elderly
    For a fee, Amy Archer-Gilligan promised to care for the elderly tenants of her Windsor home until they died. Some inmates, as tenants at the time were called, paid a flat sum of $1,000 for life. Some arranged to leave their estates to Archer-Gilligan....
  • Free samples of prescription drugs are costly to patients, study says

    Free samples of prescription drugs are costly to patients, study says
    Free samples of prescription drugs may seem like a great deal for patients. But even when doctors think they’re doing patients a favor by handing out the freebies, the real beneficiaries are the drug manufacturers, according to new research in the...
  • Diabetes complications show significant decline in past two decades

    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Diabetes is becoming increasingly common in the United States, but the risks of complications from the blood sugar disease have declined since 1990, according to a new study. Better preventive care for adults with diabetes...
  • School board hears concerns over shortage of nurses in Burbank schools

    The Burbank Unified school board offered few assurances to the district’s head nurse Lenora Aguilera last week when she asked school officials to consider hiring three more certificated school nurses to add to the six that currently serve 15,200...
  • Police to search landfills for bodies of missing O.C. women

    Police to search landfills for bodies of missing O.C. women
    Police will begin searching Orange County landfills in a hunt for the bodies of three women authorities say they believe were killed by two registered sex offenders charged with raping and murdering women who vanished from some of the county’s...
  • Swimmer takes national title for third consecutive year

    Swimmer takes national title for third consecutive year
    Growing up in Naperville, Jeff Depew got his start swimming at the age of 5. "We lived about two blocks from a Naperville Park District pool," he said. "My parents swam, my brother swam, so it was something that has always been a part of my life."...
  • READER SUBMITTED: "Colon Care" Featured At Duncaster's Next Art And Science Of Graceful Aging Series

    "Colon Care" will be the topic of the next Art and Science of Graceful Aging series. The session will take place April 17 at 3 p.m. at Duncaster Retirement Community in Bloomfield. Attendance is free and open to the public, but pre-registration is...
  • Eight ways to future-proof your house for retirement

    Eight ways to future-proof your house for retirement
    Slowed by arthritis and worsening foot and ankle problems, Gary Blankenburg, 73, is becoming less mobile as he ages. As stairs grew more difficult, he and his wife Jo, 55, considered selling their two-story Sparks house built in 1922. But years of...