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  • Drexel student died of rare meningitis strain

     
    The Drexel University student who died from meningitis last week had the strain that hit Princeton University hard last year, federal health officials said Tuesday. Stephanie Ross, a sophomore from Upper St. Clair, Allegheny County, was found unresponsive...
  • Palm Springs hotel guest died of carbon monoxide poisoning, coroner says

    Palm Springs hotel guest died of carbon monoxide poisoning, coroner says
    An Ohio attorney whose body was found in a Palm Springs hotel room in November died of carbon monoxide poisoning, the Riverside County coroner’s office said Wednesday. The Palm Springs Police Department has been investigating the death and will...
  • Insomnia hits most people at some point

    Insomnia hits most people at some point
    Lying awake at night staring at the ceiling is never fun. But we all experience this insomnia at some points in our lives. When sleeplessness becomes chronic, it can cause other health and lifestyle problems. Dr. Audrey Liu, a sleep specialist at Mercy...
  • Mysterious polio-like illnesses reported in some California children

    Mysterious polio-like illnesses reported in some California children
    A small number of children in California have come down with polio-like illnesses since 2012 -- suffering paralysis in one or more limbs and other symptoms -- and physicians and public health officials do not yet know why. A virus may play a role,...
  • Republicans come up with solution on medical pot

    Republicans come up with solution on medical pot
    The Party of No is showing it can be the party of compromise. If Republicans did this more often, Charlie Crist wouldn't stand a chance of moving back into the Governor's Mansion, this time as a Democrat. The GOP that is working out a sensible...
  • Flu deaths in California reach 243; peak of season may have passed

    California's public health agency is reporting an additional 41 confirmed influenza deaths in people under age 65, bringing this flu season's total to 243. But the California Department of Public Health also said Friday that weekly flu deaths, as well...
  • Generalized anxiety disorder may require specialized treatment

    Q: What exactly is a panic attack? It feels like I'm uncomfortable and scared of everything. I need to return to work. Any helpful advice? A: A panic attack is a wave of intense fear. Added to the fear are uncomfortable physical symptoms, such as: A...
  • West Hartford Family Disheartened After MA Hearing On Custody Of Daughter

    West Hartford Family Disheartened After MA Hearing On Custody Of Daughter
    BOSTON — A West Hartford couple was distressed Tuesday after leaving juvenile court, frustrated in their attempts to regain custody of their sick 15-year-old daughter, Justina Pelletier, from the state of Massachusetts. The case was continued to...
  • Ask the Pet Expert | Hairballs could be a sign of bigger problems

    Ask the Pet Expert | Hairballs could be a sign of bigger problems
    My cats have always had occasional hairballs, but one cat seems to have more than most — two or three a week. How can I prevent them, and should I worry? Unfortunately, cats that vomit hairballs two or three times per week may be suffering from...
  • Flu season is in full swing

    Local physicians say they’re seeing an increase in patients with flu symptoms as the season for the virus approaches its peak in February and March. At Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center, emergency physician Edmond Noll said he’s...
  • Parents with Alzheimer's: Troubling signs for their grown children

    Parents with Alzheimer's: Troubling signs for their grown children
    The brains of adults who have elderly parents diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease betray troubling hallmarks of the same disease even in middle age, when the memory and mental skills of these grown children are still perfectly normal, a new study finds....