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  • On the Town: Event raises funds for Armenian health

    On the Town: Event raises funds for Armenian health
    Nobody can throw a Thanksgiving Luncheon like the women in the Ladies Auxiliary of the Armenian American Medical Society, made up primarily of doctors’ wives. The Brandview Banquet Hall on Harvard Street was the sparkling setting for lunch and...
  • Another loss, same problems for Dolphins

    Another loss, same problems for Dolphins
    There are losses. There are ugly losses. And then there is the Dolphins' loss on Sunday that causes migraines, induces vomit and makes you look out the back window for Biblical locusts all because of one play. One awful play. One season-changing play....
  • Plagued by migraines? Take charge in 10 steps

    http://www.whatdoctorsknow.com A panel of leading headache specialists recently convened to identify specific steps migraine patients can take to better communicate with their health-care providers and obtain a successful treatment program. Effective...
  • Convicted yoga instructor 'preyed on young women,' ex-worker says

    A charismatic Pasadena yoga instructor convicted of sexual battery “preyed on young women” and “had access to vulnerable people,” said a yoga teacher who formerly worked in his Lake Avenue studio. A Los Angeles County Superior...
  • Seek out a trained specialist to treat your chronic pain

    http://www.whatdoctorsknow.com Chronic pain can push people to make irrational choices. Desperate to relieve pain, the distressed patient can be convinced to try just about anything. However, making the wrong choice can delay appropriate treatment, cause...
  • Why you need probiotics year-round

    Why you need probiotics year-round
    Dear Pharmacist: What is your go-to supplement for immunity? I want to get through the season without getting sick this year. — L.S., Long Island, N.Y. Dear L.S.: The answer is probiotics. They improve energy and metabolism by activating thyroid...
  • Red Wings' top line takes big hit with suspension of Abdelkader

    Red Wings' top line takes big hit with suspension of Abdelkader
    DETROIT -- The Ducks will be facing an altered Red Wings team at a most critical time, in Game 4 on Monday night. What has been the Red Wings' top line, the one carrying them into the playoffs, was dismantled when the NHL suspended Detroit forward...
  • Pheromones could be what's driving your cat "crazy"

    SAN DIEGO, CA -- These reader questions were answered at the Central Veterinary Conference West, held at the San Diego Convention Center, Dec. 5-9. Q: Why does my cat go crazy if I step on an ant? She'll roll around on the spot. -- W.G., Cyberspace. A:...
  • Checkered past of doctor recently charged in 4 killings fell through the cracks in Illinois

    Checkered past of doctor recently charged in 4 killings fell through the cracks in Illinois
    A doctor charged last month with murdering four people had a paper trail of professional troubles — including being kicked out of a Chicago residency program for "substandard" behavior — yet maintained a license to practice medicine in...
  • Dear Cubs: A Jumbotron isn't nearly enough

    Dear Cubs: A Jumbotron isn't nearly enough
    It was inevitable that, in putting forth a Wrigley Field renovation plan that was acceptable to the Chicago City Council, the Cubs had to make some concessions. No pedestrian bridge over Clark Street, a smaller Jumbotron, fewer signs. Sadly, Cubs fans...
  • Intersections: Does filling a cannabis prescription feel normal?

    Intersections: Does filling a cannabis prescription feel normal?
    A few weeks ago, I mentioned to a friend I was working on a story about medical marijuana usage among seniors and the challenges they face using it in assisted living facilities for real, debilitating ailments. In turn, she mentioned to me that she...