Angelina Jolie joins Brad Pitt on the red carpet for the premiere of his movie "World War Z" in London for her first public appearance since announcing she had breast surgery. See photos of her in London and past photos.
NEW YORK — Strands from baby’s first haircut. The first tooth. Tiny footprints sunk into clay. Some parents even tuck away the dried stump of the umbilical cord or the stick pregnancy test as a touching memento marking the milestones of their kids.
Women treated with radiation for breast cancer are more likely to develop heart problems later, even with the lower doses used today, troubling new research suggests. The risk comes from any amount of radiation, starts five years after treatment and lasts for decades, doctors found.
PHOENIX — A Phoenix woman who pretended to have cancer in order to raise money for breast implants has pleaded guilty to a theft charge.
PHOENIX — A Phoenix woman who pretended to have cancer to raise money for breast implants has pleaded not guilty to fraud and theft charges.
PHOENIX — A Phoenix woman has been charged with fraud and theft after authorities say she told people she had cancer and needed treatment so she could get money from them to buy breast implants.
A Tucson Unified School District employee could be placed on
probation or receive up to two years in prison after admitting this
week he tried to photograph an underage student’s breasts.
A youth movement was in motion at the 5A Southern Region prelims
Fall has arrived in the Old Pueblo, and what it lacks in
colorful leaves it makes up for in fine weather.
Standing on an empty mat in the basement-level wrestling room at
the old Amphitheater High School gymnasium last week, was the
leader of America's freestyle wrestling world.
Former UA football player Johnathan Turner now says the sex he
had with a fellow student last year was consensual, but during his
first, 90-minute meeting with police detectives he repeatedly
denied having sex with her at all.
Expectations are peaking yearly for the Catalina Foothills boys
WASHINGTON — Joni Lownsdale never thought her 2002 breast cancer
diagnosis would land her in the middle of the Obama
administration's fight with the health insurance industry.