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2015/05/26 05:28
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Blindness caused by diabetes could be reversed to restore eyesight by blocking a second blood vessel growth protein, says a new study. Research led by Johns Hopkins University and the University of...
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2015/05/26 00:21
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The herbal remedies that can give you high blood pressure: St John's Wort, arnica, ginseng and liquorice can all cause problems, say experts A check-up showed Nikki Chapman, 51, had high blood...
2015/05/25 23:52
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CARACAS, Venezuela — It's still possible to buy a gleaming Ford truck in Venezuela, rent a chic apartment in Caracas, and snag an American Airlines flight to Miami. Just not in the country's official...
2015/05/25 22:17
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It has been more than 40 years since Maryland won the national championship in men's Division I lacrosse, and the clock is still ticking. The streak will continue until the Terps find some...
2015/05/25 20:29
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Nsanje — Amid misconceptions over the oral cholera vaccine on pregnant women, health authorities have commissioned a study to ascertain adverse pregnancy outcomes among women who received the vaccine...
2015/05/25 19:17
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Antibiotics have been so effective in wiping out all traces of Lyme disease infections that doctors haven't always believed people who said they still suffered for months or even years. Many chaffed...
2015/05/25 17:21
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Three more to join tug-of-war for the White House this week as Carson the retired neurosurgeon surprises in the South Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum will make his announcement on Wednesday at a...
2015/05/25 15:02
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Last year, I did several posts on what I consider to be a profoundly misguided and potentially harmful type of law known as “right-to-try.” Beginning about a year and a half ago, promoted by the...
2015/05/24 23:17
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BALTIMORE (WJZ)—Former Johns Hopkins Neurosurgeon and now 2016 presidential candidate Ben Carson wins the Southern Republican Straw Poll. It’s the first major survey of the republican presidential...
2015/05/24 20:19
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The biggest obstacle between Maryland and another celebration like this one after beating Johns Hopkins is a former Terp, Denver’s Connor Cannizzaro. (Rich Schultz/Associated Press) PHILADELPHIA —...
2015/05/24 19:17
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A 14-year-old girl is in serious condition after a stabbing Sunday afternoon in Edgewood. The incident took place in the 1900 block of Edgewood Drive, according to the Joppa Magnolia Volunteer Fire...
2015/05/24 14:48
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The existence of gun-free zones has become a topic of debate. While they were conceived with good intentions, to safeguard our most vulnerable locations, gun rights advocates maintain that the effort...
2015/05/24 09:52
2015/05/24 09:52
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Just before sunrise on Feb. 27, Julia Haller’s cell phone shimmied on the nightstand of her Arizona hotel room. Haller, the ophthalmologist-in-chief of Wills Eye Hospital, had flown in to Scottsdale...
2015/05/24 08:22
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BALTIMORE — Black soot covers the two-story house like a dark shadow. The roof has collapsed, and a bright red sign proclaims the home has been condemned. Until a few weeks ago, when the riots roiled...
2015/05/24 05:28
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Washington (CNN)Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson handily won the Southern Republican Leadership Conference straw poll on Saturday, the first major survey to take the temperature of the Republican...
2015/05/24 03:57
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The No. 4 Pioneers (16-2), who have won 12 straight games, will face the Johns Hopkins-Maryland winner in Monday's championship game. It is the first appearance in the final for Denver, which lost to...
2015/05/24 01:17
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With Baltimore in the midst of one of its most violent stretches in years, a top criminal justice leader for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has left, marking the biggest shakeup in her administration...
2015/05/24 01:12
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PHILADELPHIA -- In each of the past two years, Ryan LaPlante walked into his Denver locker room on the Saturday before Memorial Day and heard nothing but the crushing sound of silence, he and the...
2015/05/23 22:34
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By Libby Blanchard and Richard Bruno This spring passed like any other in ethically minded Oregon with one major exception: It marks the first spring in decades that the Oregon Health & Science...
2015/05/23 22:03
2015/05/23 22:03
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Auto Racing • Formula One Monaco Grand Prix, 7:30 a.m., Ch. 2. • Indianapolis 500, noon, Ch. 7. • Sprint Cup Coca-Cola 600, 6 p.m., Ch. 29. College Baseball • ACC Tournament Final TBA, 1 p.m.,...
2015/05/26 05:28
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