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Look good, feel better This free program teaches beauty techniques to women with cancer to help them combat appearance-related side effects of treatment. Participants receive cosmetics donated by major manufacturers as well as instruction and suggestions...
ReutersBy Tim Reid LOS ANGELES, June 14 (Reuters) - The chief investment officer of Calpers, California's state pension fund, is undergoing treatment for prostate cancer, the fund said on Friday. Joseph Dear, 62, has ceded some of his responsibilities as CIO...
Staff writer, @DA_AmberRHundreds of community members came out to the Relay For Life Friday evening to show solidarity with those struggling with cancer. Although the length of that struggle varies, everyone found consolation in the love and support of family members. Relay...
GRANGER -- New guy. Too nice? Mike Lightfoot wasn't quite sure. Actually, he didn't know what to think. Lightfoot was poised to be the junior leader of Bethel College's 1976-77 basketball team. Tom Firestone had just left as head coach. Coming in...
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The debate over appropriate diagnostic screenings for prostate cancer has not abated. Last year, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, which consists of government-appointed physicians, issued new guidelines that recommended against PSA (prostate...
Andrew Lloyd Webber said Sunday that health problems have forced him to cancel his scheduled appearance at the Tony Awards ceremony in New York. Lloyd Webber was expected to appear at Sunday's ceremony at Radio City Music Hall as part of a tribute to "The...
Phil Jackson doesn't want to lie to himself, he's done coaching. "Sometimes I feel I can still get out there and do it but the reality is I'm kidding myself," Jackson said at a "Live Talks Los Angeles" event at the Alex Theatre in Glendale on Wednesday....
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - After being diagnosed with prostate cancer, men who eat a diet high in vegetable fats, such as those in nuts and olive oil, may be less likely to have their disease spread, a new study suggests. Researchers found that...
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Channel Guide MagazineOnce again, Dance Moms nation, we have ourselves an episode that had a splendid opportunity to leave viewers with something positive and lovely for a badly needed change … and blew it resoundingly. We had support for patients and families living...
Tribune reporterSitting a mere 15 rows from the ice at the United Center, National Guard recruiters and friends David Klotz and Nick Rose were thanking their wives -- and a bit of luck -- for their prime seats. Three days ago, their wives purchased two seats in the...
A fraudster who preyed on the Wilton Manors gay community is set to be sentenced Wednesday for orchestrating a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme that propped up his lavish lifestyle. George Elia, 69, pretended for years to be a successful investment...
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