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  • Orioles notebook: Eveland likely to start for Orioles on Friday

    Orioles notebook: Eveland likely to start for Orioles on Friday
    All signs point to the Orioles' recalling left-hander Dana Eveland from Triple-A Norfolk to start Friday's series opener against the Tampa Bay Rays at Camden Yards. Eveland was removed from Monday's start for Triple-A Norfolk after throwing just 63...
  • Nolan Reimold is scheduling second epidural

    Nolan Reimold is scheduling second epidural
    Left fielder Nolan Reimold, who has been out since April 30 with a bulging disk in his neck, met with specialist Dr. Lee Riley again Monday and a second epidural shot has been scheduled for later this week, Reimold said. He had the first one on May 11...
  • Treatment options exist for carpal tunnel

    Treatment options exist for carpal tunnel
    A few decades ago — before computers or checkout scanners — few people had heard of a rare condition called carpal tunnel syndrome. Today, in many offices, wrist splints are as common as Post-it notes. So, how do we keep this modern problem at...
  • Local Q&A: Kelsey

    Local Q&A: Kelsey
    Kelsey Montanez, who got her start performing in local coffee shops at age 14, never envisioned herself auditioning for TV singing competitions like "American Idol" or "The Voice," saying, "That whole thing really isn't me." Yet in late 2011 the...
  • Male circumcision tied to less sexual pleasure

    Male circumcision tied to less sexual pleasure
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Men circumcised either as children or adults report less intense sexual pleasure and orgasm than their uncircumcised counterparts, according to a new study from Belgium. "We're not saying less sexual activity or satisfaction,...
  • Recent stretch of tournaments no pain in Steve Stricker’s neck

     
    NAPLES – Though he still admits to some numbness in the middle finger of his left hand, Steve Stricker doesn't appear to be bothered by the herniated disc in his neck that caused concern before the Presidents Cup. The Franklin Templeton Shootout...
  • “Bike Right” tips to prevent injuries

     
    I have no idea who "Dr. Richard Ezgur" is, but his tips seem sensible enough: Bike Right: Tips for Riding Right and Preventing Injuries for National Bike Month, from ChicagoHealers.com Dr. Richard Ezgur, DC * Choosing the Right Type of Bike and Helmet *...
  • June 8: Midday Fix - Tips For Avoiding Bicycling Injuries from Dr. Adam Bruene

    June 8: Midday Fix - Tips For Avoiding Bicycling Injuries from Dr. Adam Bruene
    Tips: Choose the Right Type of Bike and Helmet Generally, for long distances, a sport/touring or racing road bike is ideal. However, many people have comfortably completed long rides on mountain or hybrid bikes by switching to a thinner, smoother road-...
  • What causes back pain, and how to prevent it

    What causes back pain, and how to prevent it
    It can happen while you're hauling boxes to the attic, gardening in the yard or even sitting in front of a computer too long. Back pain: It's one of the most common medical problems in the United States, according to the National Institutes of Health....
  • Losing Weight by Freezing Fat

    Losing Weight by Freezing Fat
    How would you like to lose some of that extra weight you just can't seem to get rid of? There's a new way that lets you freeze it right off. It's being used by both women and men. Jennifer Crosby has this problem. She wants to lose an inch or two. "It's...
  • A quick guide to seven anxiety disorders

    A quick guide to seven anxiety disorders
    "What, me worry?" Although MAD Magazine's freckle-faced, fictional Alfred E. Neuman first uttered his signature phrase in 1955, his words are especially poignant in today's anxious world. According to the Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA),...