Betty Sue Bailey, 77, has lost a few inches since her diagnosis about 10 years ago with osteoarthritis, a degenerative joint disease. But she’s standing up to the disease with help from the Arthritis Foundation exercise program at the Southwest Medical Associates Lifestyle Centers.
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The phone calls keep coming. Frequently the callers are angry. Often they’re crying.
I once knew a girl in her early 20s who blew her rotator cuff shampooing her hair. How could that happen? She wasn”;t lifting or performing out-of-the-ordinary tasks.
Miley Cyrus is in the hospital and unable to perform her “Bangerz” concert in Kansas City, Mo., as planned. A spokeswoman for the singer says the 21-year-old canceled her performance Tuesday after she was hospitalized for a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics.
Firefly Tapas Kitchen & Bar owners John and Tabitha Simmons announced Tuesday that they’re closing their Henderson location at 11261 S. Eastern Ave. The Henderson restaurant was recently issued 38 demerits, and a C grade, following a March 31 inspection by the Southern Nevada Health District.
I like training sports athletes. It’s fun to create a program for people with sport-specific performance as their goal. It’s a diversion from my usual efforts to make a male athlete “buff” or a female athlete “toned.”
It’s an opportunity.
Patients and impatience —often they go together like unflattering hospital gowns and exposed derrieres.
In many ways, Cody Lewis represents the changing face of heroin in America. He is in his 20s, lives in the suburbs and graduated to heroin after years of getting high with other drugs. “My whole existence,” he says, “was just finding ways to get high.”
Two new studies describe the latest achievements in growing body parts in a lab and transplanting them into people, this time with nostrils and vaginas.