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On a recent day off from her assembly plant job, Antonia Morena put on her prettiest blouse, painted her lips bright red, and returned to her factory, her fiance at her side.
Missy Gaw's 10-year-old daughter has to have a dose of insulin each time she eats. If no nurse is available to administer the dosage at the girl's Nashville elementary school, then Gaw or her husband drive there to do so.
Whether Dwight Howard or Joakim Noah is named first-team All-NBA at center is one of those media-driven angles with which coaches and players typically don't concern themselves.
The past winter brought a series of confusing and tragic deaths to the community of Newton, Mass. Since October, three Newton teenagers have committed suicide. Though a string of deaths like this is unusual, Newton community leaders and teenager...
Like many Americans of his generation, Kurt Chew-Een Lee was eager to fight in World War II. He left college at age 18 to enlist in the Marine Corps.
Pfizer Inc. said Wednesday that its blockbuster vaccine against pneumonia, blood and other infections met its goal of preventing illness in vulnerable elderly patients in a huge study required by U.S. regulators.
Only 5.4 million people are on track to purchase marketplace health coverage by the time open enrollment ends on March 31, according to a new analysis from Avalere Health.
A federal court on Wednesday invalidated the key patent for one of Pfizer's most lucrative medicines, potentially opening the door for cheaper generic versions 18 months sooner than expected and cutting into the drugmaker's profit.
India's industrial production showed an unexpected, if slight, uptick of 0.1 percent last month, ending a three-month fall, as elections loom in the world's most populous democracy.
It's a simple look with a lingering hint of rebellion.