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HealthWhen running becomes a persistent pain in the butt (literally) and all the usual strategies (stretching, physical therapy, massage) fail to ease the pain, it’s time for a gal to contemplate drastic measures. That’s right, it’s time to...
KickingTiresThe school sports season is back in swing with baseball diamonds and soccer and football fields once again full of colorful but small uniforms. Along with the season comes many scrapes, bumps, bruises and other more severe injuries that we......
It must be hard to comprehend the American language if you haven't lived here your entire life. And even if you have lived here forever, it's hard to keep up. The bathroom is also the restroom. Dinner can also mean supper. Pop is also known as soda....
As part of her marathon training, Daisy Carranza has taken an over-the counter pain reliever nearly every day for the last several months. On race day Sunday, she's prepared to pop at least seven Extra Strength Tylenol capsules: two at the starting line,...
That chronic groin pain sometimes felt by athletes may be called a sports hernia, but it's not really a hernia at all, according to Dr. Katherine G. Lamond, assistant professor of surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and a surgeon at...
As Major League Baseball's pennant races come down the stretch, baseball royalty was right here in the Roanoke Valley on Tuesday night. Johnny Bench, the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame catcher and 14-time All Star, sat down to touch on a variety of topics....
The Hartford CourantA longtime deputy state environmental commissioner was allowed to retire in 2006 at age 50 with an $85,000-a-year lifetime "disability pension" because of a degenerative spinal condition — but now he's been told to give back $411,688 in pension...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - How frequently older women use aspirin and other pain relievers has nothing to do with their chance of developing breast cancer, a large new study suggests. Previous research has painted a cloudy picture, with some studies...
There was a company, which I will not name, for whom I worked. They paid for the work they expected and the work that I agreed to do. So I have zero complaints about how they treated me. But there was something I noticed while I worked there. This...
Special to The Herald-MailTummy troubles are one of the most common complaints heard at the doctor's office. "It can vary from things as simple as anxiety to food poisoning to a medication effect to things more chronic like heartburn, reflux, gallbladder disease, ulcers or...
Due to the very nature of our line of work in veterinary medicine, we are exposed to pain and suffering many times every day in our furry friends. From trauma, elective surgery, non-elective surgery, tumors, fractures, periodontal disease, abdominal...
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