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2015/01/26 23:30
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Enlarged tonsils can actually impede night-time breathing; these days it is the most common reason children undergo tonsillectomies. And the operation is pretty common. About 500,000 tonsillectomies...
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2015/01/18 22:39
2015/01/18 22:39
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Kelly O’Donnell watched in alarm as her happy, healthy seven-year-old daughter suddenly developed signs of neurological and mental illness. It started with tearfulness and a tic that came out of...
2015/01/17 20:17
2015/01/17 20:17
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Kids of all ages need frequent daily opportunities for physical exercise. Too many kids are spending too much of their time on screens or sitting at their desks, and not participating in the activity...
2015/01/16 13:08
2015/01/16 13:08
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Each year the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) undertake flu vaccine effectiveness studies. Early estimates for the current season indicate that those people (all ages) who had the flu...
2015/01/16 09:55
2015/01/16 09:55
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A newly discovered class of antibodies may provide the basis for a new "universal flu vaccine." Researchers at At McMaster University and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, NY,...
2015/01/15 00:35
2015/01/15 00:35
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Increasing demands in state tests is one of the many reasons why extending the kindergarten program to full day is a good idea, according to officials with the Bethlehem Area School District. A...
2015/01/13 13:16
2015/01/13 13:16
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... definitely not nearly as disturbing as the other studies. There was no real harm to the students, and it wasn’t premised on causing harm but like those other studies, it highlights the...
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2015/01/08 15:12
2015/01/08 15:12
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Scientists have found a promising new antibiotic in a handful of soil from Maine, according to a study published Wednesday. The molecule is produced by bacterial “dark matter” that researchers have...
2015/01/07 13:15
2015/01/07 13:15
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Ralph Clark A Westman senior who appears to have frozen to death after his car got stuck in snow was a well-liked church minister. The family of 86-year-old Ralph Clark says he was a popular man of...
2015/01/03 09:09
2015/01/03 09:09
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Where It Came From and How It Got Here The idea that Marco Polo brought pasta from China to Italy is as congenial to Italians as the idea that the hamburger came from Germany is to Americans. No one...
2015/01/02 17:56
2015/01/02 17:56
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Local society to honour first PM next week They will be raising a glass or three in honour of Canada’s first prime minister later this month. The Sir John A. Macdonald Society will be celebrating...
2014/12/31 17:40
2014/12/31 17:40
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This time of year, the wish lists are long: lose a few pounds, get more sleep, have more sex, be more energetic. It can be daunting – it’s no wonder most resolutions are broken by week one. We asked...
2014/12/30 21:57
2014/12/30 21:57
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Peter Calamai says he was "gobsmacked" when he learned he was to be appointed to the Order of Canada. "I was in the kitchen making a meal when I received the call asking me if I would accept it,"...
2014/12/30 20:27
2014/12/30 20:27
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Perry Hystad, a 33- year-old epidemiologist at Oregon State University might be new to the game in his field, specifically exploring climate change’s affect on health, but he’s making big strides thus...
2014/12/30 17:58
2014/12/30 17:58
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By Craig Campbell, News Staff Hamilton Police were still investigating but releasing few details about the Christmas Eve theft of a “large quantity” of a drug stolen from a Dundas pharmacy. Police...
2015/01/26 23:30
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