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Heart Surgery (INACTIVE)

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  • Health scares put stress levels of NFL coaches in spotlight

    One NFL coach falls ill on the golf course, and is undergoing open-heart surgery two days later. Another drops to his knees walking to the locker room at halftime of a nationally televised game, suffering what is later diagnosed as a mini-stroke. In a...
  • NFL Week 9: No favorite is safe, and some end up sorry in crazy league

    NFL Week 9: No favorite is safe, and some end up sorry in crazy league
    No one is safe in the topsy-turvy NFL. The Buffalo Bills are on their third starting quarterback, yet they matched the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs score for score until the fourth quarter. The Chiefs won, 23-13, in a game that was closer than the...
  • My own list of Chicago's greatest innovations

    My own list of Chicago's greatest innovations
    If you want to talk about mankind's greatest innovations, you have to include the list. It's not the wheel or saran wrap, but the list is ubiquitous and incredibly versatile. Maybe you saw the list of the 20 greatest innovations Chicago gave the world...
  • Harbaugh acknowledges demands of coaching profession with Fox, Kubiak dealing with medical issues

    Harbaugh acknowledges demands of coaching profession with Fox, Kubiak dealing with medical issues
    Stress, long hours and health concerns have long been associated with the NFL coaching profession. And the hardships of the job were on display this weekend with Denver Broncos coach John Fox and Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak both stricken with...
  • Problem Solver: Oven disappears — and so does refund

    Problem Solver: Oven disappears — and so does refund
    When Joe Molinare bought the cooktop range and double oven from the Matteson Sears in April 2012, he had every intention of remodeling his kitchen within weeks. Then life got in the way. His father-in-law fell ill, requiring open heart surgery....
  • An oasis for seniors

    An oasis for seniors
    At least three days a week, 82-year-old David Furnas heads to the gym. His destination is no Equinox, where the workout-obsessed flock to pump iron in tight shirts. Rather, Furnas exercises in a place where the members are more likely to sport gray hair...
  • 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' Star James Avery Dies at 65

    James Avery, the bulky character actor who laid down the law as the Honorable Philip Banks in "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," has died. Avery's publicist, Cynthia Snyder, told the Associated Press that Avery died Tuesday. The Associated Press reported...
  • James Avery, 'Fresh Prince' father figure, dies at 65

    James Avery, 'Fresh Prince' father figure, dies at 65
    James Avery, who portrayed the commanding yet cuddly father figure on the hit 1990s sit-com “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” died at a Glendale hospital Tuesday night due to complications from open heart surgery, according to his manager. He was...
  • Actor James Avery dies at local hospital

    James Avery, who portrayed the commanding yet cuddly father figure on the hit 1990s sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," died at a Glendale hospital Tuesday of complications from open heart surgery. He was 65. His death was confirmed by his manager,...
  • James Avery dies at 65; played father figure on TV's 'Fresh Prince'

    James Avery, who portrayed the commanding yet cuddly father figure on the hit 1990s sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," died at a Glendale hospital Tuesday of complications from open heart surgery. He was 65. His death was confirmed by his manager,...
  • Dr. Thomas R. Hendrix, leader in the fields of gastric and liver disease

    Dr. Thomas R. Hendrix, leader in the fields of gastric and liver disease
    Dr. Thomas Russell Hendrix, a leader in the fields of gastric and liver disease, died of complications from heart surgery Dec. 23 at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 93 and lived in Roland Park before moving to Chestertown. Dr. Hendrix, who pioneered...