Charlie Kimball keeps a sharp eye on all the usual gauges — speed, lap time, oil pressure — any IndyCar does during a race. But Kimball has another gauge in the cockpit, one that tracks his blood glucose level. Kimball has Type 1 diabetes, a condition characterized by high blood glucose levels in the body.
Crazy. Insane. Ludicrous. Scary.
Words 42-year-old Brenda Bertsch used as part of a monotonic description of her medical situation.
Her physician lost his license and now she couldn’t find another doctor to write her the same prescription for an anxiety medication.
“What are you here for?” is the first question I ask most new clients. Common responses are “to tone up,” “lose weight” or “get buff.” Those answers are OK, but are not specific enough. Your goal needs to be more personal.
Part of the Wynn Las Vegas was evacuated this morning when a small fire broke out in a mechanical room. An employee was treated for smoke inhalation.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church members learned Sunday that their pastor — who admitted stealing $650,000 from the parish — will not be back. The parishioners wept.
Two skydivers, one in her 70s, died in Mesquite after their parachute failed to open properly Sunday. An instructor and student jumped in tandem just before noon, and their main chute did not deploy, Mesquite police said.
After a repaving project caused motorists to suffer a month of bumper-to-bumper commutes, Interstate 15 was expected to open by 3 a.m.