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Belleville News-DemocratA local retired Marine is looking for help getting back a pair of dogs he lost during the flooding earlier this week. James Sperry, originally from Belleville and now living in Lebanon, told police his dogs jumped the fence at his house and fled...
Tags: Iraq, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder , Lebanon
Positive developments continue to grow as a result of the partnership the Research Park enjoys with South Florida's preeminent university. There are now two FAU faculty-based start-ups in our Technology Business Incubator interacting with the private...
St. Louis Post-DispatchST. LOUIS _ The Rams have added a lightning bolt to their offense. His name is Tavon Austin, the wide receiver, returner and all-purpose baller from West Virginia. The Rams loved this guy all along and clearly were willing to be ultra aggressive to...
The Montgomery AdvertiserA The starting quarterback at Auburn this season remains up in the air. Junior college transfer Nick Marshall could wind up taking that first shotgun snap this season. G.W. Carver High's Jeremy Johnson is going to get his opportunity to open the...
Tags: Marketing, Sports, Auburn Tigers, Football
Dear Pharmacist: I live in chronic pain. No one is sure why. I take hydrocodone and ibuprofen daily, but I'm still in pain. Can you recommend any vitamins to help me? — M.C., Dallas, Texas Dear M.C.: I'm sorry you are going through this. Luckily,...
Tags: Enbrel (drug), Diabetes, Lyme Disease, Pain, Multiple Sclerosis
For 15 years, Lauren Stutman sought relief from her debilitating bladder pain. She saw more than 10 doctors, many of whom would assume she had a urinary tract infection and send her away with Ciproflaxin. But the antibiotics didn't help, because Stutman...
A federal appeals court said Pfizer Inc. should pay about $142 million to cover costs for the marketing and prescribing of epilepsy drug Neurontin for unapproved uses, a practice that has also earned it a hefty criminal fine. A panel of appellate...
Does eliminating specific foods from the diet, such as sugar or wheat, provide health benefits? Such cleansing has become a popular way for people to lose weight, boost energy and eat more healthfully. Liz Lipski, academic director for the Master of...
Premium Health News ServiceWorried that you're getting more forgetful as you age? Ironically, worry itself can trigger memory slips. It might take a conversation with your doctor to pinpoint the cause of your memory lapses--especially if the change is sudden or uncharacteristic....
Tags: Stress, Anxiety, Abdominal Pain, Men's Health, Chemical Industry
I was 13 years old when I ate my first diet meal. Let me paint a picture of this entree, circa 1996: When defrosted, the teensy shrimps in my Weight Watchers Smart Ones meal turned to rubber, and the angel hair pasta became a soppy mess in tomato sauce....
No life should be reduced to a narrative. It's too tempting to tie up the loose ends. To miss the minutiae that make each of us human. To find reason where there is none. So the abrupt, far too early end of author Bridget Zinn's life doesn't need to...
JeromeEpilepsy. What is the first word you think of? Most people imagine someone foaming at the mouth, falling on the floor, and shaking all over. A full on seizure. However, that is not quite true. In many cases, epilepsy is an invisible illness that goes...
Tags: Seizures, First Aid, Elizabeth II, Health Treatments, Skype
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