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McConnell, 63, Ashville, who served as a sergeant in the U.S. Army in South Vietnam from April 1970 to March 1971, received the medal Saturday night during the 16th Annual McConnell Family Prom at McConnell Lake Memorial Park near Ashville.
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A twist of fate and the discovery of a cochlear implant from a Moore hospital damaged by Monday's EF-5 tornado are part of the story of a precious 5-year-old girl.
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Sitting at the red light on Highway 82 Thursday, my heart began beating louder than usual.
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In many homes, a television playing in the background is the soundtrack for everyday life.
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Each morning I wake up to an email from http://www.delanceyplace.com/index.php , described as "eclectic excerpts delivered to your email every day." This morning's offering was from a book of Greek curiosities, including some eye-opening quotes debunking a few ideas about the nobility of Ancient Greek Olympians.
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2. Say What!? The Invisible Hearing Aid TUCSON, Ariz. - Hearing loss is the third most common physical condition after heart disease and arthritis.
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Hearing loss used to be thought of as an aging problem. But that's changed. There are 5.2 million children and teens, and 26 million young and middle aged adults, with permanent hearing loss, and it's all because of lifestyle.
"Her genetic deletion doesn't have a name. It's on chromosome 7, and there are only 10 other reported cases of chromosome 7," explains Natasha.
Archbold Memorial Hospital has welcomed otolaryngologist Lorraine Maria Williams, MD, MPH, FACS, to the hospital's medical staff.
A: Your question is vague and imprecise. You need to focus. In terms of which North American big-game animal have I seen the most lead flung at in vain, it's the antelope.
By Joe Fries - Penticton Western News Published: May 23, 2013 11:00 AM Updated: May 23, 2013 11:53 AM A little-known association of health professionals is blowing its own horn this month, although at least one Penticton family is already well aware of the group's work.
As she sat down for an interview to talk about her new history-making hearing implants, Kelly Dickson was suddenly distracted by an unfamiliar noise.
Three College of the Redwoods students were selected to present their original research at the Bay Honors Symposium at Stanford University on May 4. Cristina Bauss presented her research paper titled "Cleo from 5 to 7: Agnes Varda's 1962 Landmark Film." The paper is a study of 50 years of film reviews to understand "why it took so long for this ... (more)
Introduction Ever wonder why some adults experience trouble with hearing as they get older? Hearing loss tends to become more severe as we age.