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The Stoneham mother is still grappling with the devastation of the Boston Marathon bombing...I personally, truly feel terrible, but I can't let them know, she told the Herald...The youngest of her five children, Caitlin Norden, 25, entered her in the
Taipei, March 10 (CNA) A pork vendor who accidentally chopped off the outer section of his left thumb was able to have it reattached successfully several hours later after being turned down by a number of hospitals, a Taichung hospital said Monday.
Donna Lowery grabbed her purse off her Flour Bluff dining table two days after Mother's Day and headed out the door to appease her husband's request she be checked at an emergency room. "I thought he was a hypochondriac when he said my behavior
Using smartphones can give you wrinkles as looking down at handheld devices and computers for countless hours develops a line around the neck and chin, experts have warned. This terrifying new scourge has been dubbed tech neck and could affect anyone
MasterChef" judge Graham Elliot just keeps on shedding the weight. Since undergoing weight loss surgery in July 2013, Elliot has been keeping his fans updated on his progress. In December, he shared photos on Twitter to show his 128 pound weight loss.
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The Thailand Tourism Authority-run competition promises to 'make your dreams a reality', urging women to click and remain young forever'...Surgery prize: The competition's first prize is a facial surgery, a luxury holiday and 3,000 in cash Entry form:
Dr. Clarence Wong, surgeon It's an ongoing challenge, said Dr. Daniel Birch, medical director of the Centre for the Advancement of Minimally Invasive Surgery at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Edmonton and an associate professor at the University
US scientists say metal fixtures can potentially be replaced with plates and screws made from the natural fibre, which will eventually dissolve in the body...Silk was once used to make sutures, but more recently has been used in modern medical