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The Department of Developmental Services, which runs the facility, has 90 days to appeal the decision. Nancy Lungren, a DDS spokeswoman, said the department will review the notice and decide how to proceed sometime next week. Lungren and a press
Our latest New Yorker of the Week is a third generation breast-cancer survivor. She shares her strength with others by offering tips she's picked up along the way...From nausea to fatigue, Anne Marie Paolucci knows how difficult chemotherapy can be.
He may have been cleaning up or trying to escape the heat when he fell into the Sacramento River near the I Street Bridge, which he was living under before he died, according to his brother Thomas Conway...He's been off and on doing that for years he'
Synthetic drugs continue to evolve in Australia as governments try bans, regulation Updated July 26, 2014 10:53:29 An emergency room doctor and researcher says prohibition is driving the rate that new synthetic drugs are evolving in Australia.
Thursday night I had the pleasure of meeting Horton and am happy to say he is just as nice, friendly and fit in person as he appears to be in his workout DVDs. Horton was in Philadelphia because he has been awarded the 'Chevalier Jackson Health Care
Bay Area Pain Medical Associates on Friday publicly warned of the theft of computers that contained the names of nearly 2,800 patients. Three desktop computers were among the many items stolen during a break-in at the medical offices on May 19,
Dreamstime A study of handwashing habits in Ontario hospitals showed that the reported compliance rates were much higher than the real rates, in part because of biases built into the system. Ontario hospital staff are talking the talk but not washing
Fayetteville and Fort Bragg are used to seeing reunions as soldiers return from deployments. However, Friday morning there was a reunion like no other for the vets. For the first time in almost 50 years, retired Special Forces Sgt.
Proposed rules for Maryland's nascent medical marijuana system are drawing objections from a leading advocate, who says the regulations could discourage doctors from participating...Morhaim, one of the chief sponsors of the legislation, criticized
Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Cobb County Chief Medical Examiner Brian Frist, whose office has been mired in citizen complaints and a critical internal audit earlier this year, has notified the county that he will step down from