Anna Bagenholm was skiing in the Norwegian backwoods when she
slid headfirst into a frozen stream. Rescued over an hour later,
she was clinically dead, with no breath, no pulse.
WASHINGTON — Scientists have grown a piece of heart muscle — and
then watched it beat — by using stem cells from a mouse embryo, a
big step toward one day repairing damage from heart attacks.
The scene-painting that follows a theatrical football game, here
or anywhere, almost always overflows with references of magical,
miracle, nobody-quittin', Cardiac Kids.
BEIJING — Serena Williams needed only to win her second-round
match at the China Open on Tuesday to reclaim the No. 1 ranking,
because the current top-ranked player, Dinara Safina, could not get
past that early round in the tournament.
With a hug and a smile, Vail's Ocotillo Ridge Elementary has
taken its first steps toward purchasing a much-needed
A specialized Tucson long-term care facility has agreed to pay
$8,000 in fines to the state health department for failing to
follow state rules on caring for four patients, including a
diabetic who died with elevated blood sugar.
"The Wilderness Warrior: Theodore Roosevelt and the Crusade for