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Preeclampsia (INACTIVE)

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  • Preeclampsia survivor walks to raise hope for others

    Dawn Detweiler of Forks Township, a preeclampsia survivor, started the Lehigh Valley Promise Walk for Preeclampsia three years ago to raise awareness, hope for others and funds for research to find a cure for preeclampsia. This year's walk is noon May 5 at For
  • Thursdsay Morning Reads: Prison, local politics and budgetary matters

    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and welcome to the Thursday edition of the morning reads. The House is into the second day of budget debate and will likely vote on its budget this afternoon. The Senate will also meet for a final vote on the redistricting...

    READER SUBMITTED: Southbury Family Named March Of Dimes Greater Waterbury Ambassadors

    On Sunday, May 4, hundreds from the Greater Waterbury area will gather for March for Babies at Quassy Amusement Park in Middlebury to benefit the March of Dimes. Leading the festivities will be Fran and Heather Pentino of Southbury, along with their...

    Differences between men and women can impact their risk of heart disease

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I know that heart disease is the leading killer among men and women, but is it true that men and women have different risk factors for heart disease? ANSWER: You're correct that heart disease is the leading cause of death in men and...

    No quick fix for strokes, but L.A. trial made care speedier, better

     No quick fix for strokes, but L.A. trial made care speedier, better
    A groundbreaking Los Angeles clinical trial has proven a disappointment in demonstrating that a safe and inexpensive mineral infusion could reduce disability in stroke patients. But the researchers behind a UCLA trial called "Fast-Mag" said the eight-year...