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Headlines for Tuesday, May 21, 2013 RAY MANZAREK: Doors Co-Founder Dead at 74 Ray Manzarek, a founding Member of The Doors, has died at age 74. The keyboardist, born Raymond Daniel Manczarek, Jr., succumbed this afternoon (Monday) at the RoMed...
Springfield, MO – Andrew Benten Lewis, born July 26, 1967 died today, at home, surrounded by dear friends and family. Drew’s battle against colon cancer brought local attention to the importance of early detection. “I am so grateful...
Tags: Colon Cancer
SPRINGFIELD -- A man from Springfield whose fight against cancer inspired a benefit concert by singer Sheryl Crow has died. Drew Lewis passed away on Saturday at home surrounded by friends and family. Drew's battle against colon cancer brought local...
Tags: Colon Cancer, Human Interest
Culpeper Star-Exponent, Va.Although this year's Women's Health Tea was held in a new location on Thursday, the annual educational event still provided the same charming outdoor setting where guests sat at picnic tables adorned with colorful flowers while listening to experts...
Wherever George Williams goes so does his blue folder. Papers are tucked in neatly while other pages sneak out the edges. The folder is slightly worn and contains copies of his medical records for those skeptics who question his medical history. "Are...
St. Louis Post-DispatchIf someone wanted to woo one of the Holliday boys -- whether it was a potential girlfriend or a college football coach -- they had to sit at the family table. When a Florida State coach started talking about how no quarterback had played both football...
ReutersMay 3 (Reuters) - U.S. regulators have approved Johnson & Johnson's Sedasys system to sedate patients during colonoscopies without the need for a physician to monitor delivery of the injectable sedating agent, the company said on Friday. The device...
There has been a lot of news about medical tests lately. Physicians are coming out against unnecessary testing and screenings to save patients time, money and health risks. As a senior, how do you know which tests or screenings you should have done, and...
South Bend Tribune, Ind.Cancer didn't stand a chance the first time it bothered Digger Phelps three years ago, and the former Notre Dame men's basketball coach has no desire to let it hang around for an extended stay this time. Disclosing late Thursday that he has bladder...
Seattle TimesDavid Notkin was a big deal in the world of computer science, but you wouldn't know that being around him. He was a modest-living mensch with a gift for making other people feel special, like they were a big deal. And to him, they were. Notkin, who died...
— Sheila Alu, who spent her political career as a Sunrise commissioner fighting against public corruption, has a new battle on her hands. Colon cancer. On Tuesday, Alu came to Sunrise City Hall with a message: Don't wait until you're 50 to get a...
Tags: FBI, Colon Cancer, Political Corruption
The Spokesman-ReviewAmericans spend boatloads of money on medical care -- roughly twice as much, per capita, as other industrialized democracies. And what do they get in return? Shorter lives and poorer health. According to a recent study by the National Academy of...
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