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Heart Surgery (INACTIVE)

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  • Surgeon brings less-invasive technique to implanting heart pump to UM

    Surgeon brings less-invasive technique to implanting heart pump to UM
    Walter G. Amprey was driving his wife, Andrea, home from a restaurant one night last December when he turned onto an on-ramp for the Baltimore Beltway. A sudden dizziness overcame him. He blacked out. The family SUV ran off the road and rolled into a...
  • Kenley Jansen not concerned about being last Dodgers arbitration case

    Kenley Jansen not concerned about being last Dodgers arbitration case
    The Dodgers had three arbitration eligible players last month, and have since signed catcher A.J. Ellis to a nice contract and left-hander Clayton Kershaw to a slightly nicer one. Which leaves reliever Kenley Jansen the last one standing. This is...
  • Beverly Mae England, Weston

    Beverly Mae England, Weston
    When were you first diagnosed with heart disease? I was diagnosed with a heart murmur years ago and didn’t have any issues with it until last year during a routine physical when my doctor discovered a problem with my aortic valve. What form of...
  • Jack Del Rio's defense jells at the right time

    NEW YORK — On the day after the last Broncos' loss, Dec. 12 to the Chargers, the only numbers that mattered to defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio were the ones on the calendar. Del Rio detailed every day through the Super Bowl for a defense that...
  • Pete Carroll: A Surfer Dude Focusing On Good Vibrations

    NEW YORK — Pete Carroll used to surf the aisles of chartered flights on a food service tray. When this peculiar act of balance and silliness was recounted during his days as coach of the Patriots, it invariably was used to demonstrate Carroll's...
  • Clearing out a parent's house means letting go

    Clearing out a parent's house means letting go
    Up there in the category with death and taxes is this inevitability: At some point everyone will likely have to clear out a parent's home. I'm not going to soften the blow. It's like having open-heart surgery without anesthesia. "It falls into the...
  • Quotes and thoughts on the latest Lafayette FB news

     
    Last year at this time, weaken by serious open-heart surgery but enthused by what appeared to be a strong crop of scholarship recruits, I made this prediction in a blog: “This will be the turnaround season for the Leopards.” I......
  • Tournament chairman Garbutt enjoys role

    Tournament chairman Garbutt enjoys role
    Everyone who is at Newport Beach Country Club on the final day of the Toshiba Classic gets to be at least a little bit jealous of Ira Garbutt. Garbutt, the tournament chairman, is the one who gets to hand the trophy to the winner at the awards...
  • Softball player goes from heart surgery to heart of order for Lake Minneola

    Softball player goes from heart surgery to heart of order for Lake Minneola
    LAKE MINNEOLA — Jeda Folk made an out on the first pitch she saw. It was preseason, so the disappointment only was temporarily. The excitement over returning to the softball field, though, figures to linger for much of the regular season, which...
  • Small-town Lincoln attraction damaged in high winds

     Small-town Lincoln attraction damaged in high winds
    The first news that came into Nancy Saul's tourism office in Lincoln, Ill., last Monday morning was bad news. The town's biggest roadside attraction, the world's largest covered wagon, was severely damaged by 55 mph wind gusts that whipped through...
  • Kass: Pepper and egg a sandwich for all seasons

    Kass: Pepper and egg a sandwich for all seasons
    Chicago lays claim to many of the world's great inventions: the controlled nuclear chain reaction, open-heart surgery and softball. And though we didn't invent political corruption, we certainly refined it as art. So today, rightly or wrongly, I'm...