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Hollywood Life - 25 Aug 2014 ' The Normal Heart': Was HBO's HIV-AIDS Crisis Film Snubbed At Emmys?
' The Normal Heart' was nominated for 16 Emmys, but only walked away with two awards — one being for outstanding non-prosthetic makeup in a miniseries or movie. Although they received the top honor with Best TV Movie, HBO's film was one of the biggest ...
Bloomington Pantagraph - 16 Feb 2019 Gallery: Bloomington-Normal 'heart twins' celebrate 50 years
In this Pantagraph file photo, Bloomington's "heart twins" Kellie Shepherd Eastman, left, and Kim Hilger, right, enjoy time with Sharon Miller, 17, after their return ...
Burlington Times News - 18 Feb 2019 Saved by the Childrens Museum: Heart exhibit unveils medical condition
Boyd Hudson learned more than he expected during a visit to the Children's Museum of Alamance County.
Broadway World - 18 Feb 2019 Heart and Fire Productions Announce New Film SPIRIT RECKONING
Heart and Fire Productions today announced their follow-up to the successful horror anthology Terror Tales (which was released last month in North America).
U.S. News & World Report - 18 Feb 2019 Transgender Hormone Therapy Could Pose Heart Dangers | Health News
By Alan Mozes, HealthDay Reporter. (HealthDay). MONDAY, Feb. 18, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Men and women who get hormone therapy during gender ...
WNDU-TV - 15 Feb 2019 Fighting rare but scary pacemaker infections
Muriel had her first pacemaker implanted 30 years ago to regulate her heart arrhythmia. These devices have wires, which bind to the blood vessels over time ...
Martinsburg Journal - 18 Feb 2019 Watts: Treating a broken heart, one beat at a time
Several months ago, I attended our class reunion of 1962 from Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College) and was able to reminisce with classmates ...
ABC News - 16 Feb 2019 5 ways to protect yourself from heart disease during American Heart Month
It's American Heart Month, meaning it's the perfect time to for a refresher on heart disease and how to prevent it. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in ...
The New York Times - 17 Feb 2019 Rift Between Trump and Europe Is Now Open and Angry
Europeans pushed back against the Trump administration's unilateralism at the Munich Security Conference, signaling a shift that is likely to be exploited by ...
Sounder At Heart - 15 Feb 2019 Roman Torres’ absence ‘normal course of business for preseason’
Román Torres was a notable absence from the Seattle Sounders' 2-1 loss to the Portland Timbers on Wednesday. Using a mostly second-choice lineup for the ...
Today Show - 17 Feb 2019 Lindsey Vonn reflects on retirement, says boyfriend has her heart now
Lindsey Vonn says that now she's no longer skiing professionally, her boyfriend P.K. Subban has her heart.
Fort Morgan Times - 14 Feb 2019 Health: It's Heart Month!
With Valentine's Day celebrated this month, hearts seem to appear everywhere this time of year. That's why it is especially fitting that February is American Heart ...
The New York Times - 12 Feb 2019 Why Do South Asians Have Such High Rates of Heart Disease?
We all have someone in our first-degree circle that has either died suddenly or had premature cardiovascular disease,” said one researcher.
User-generated content - 18 Feb 2019 KY Health News: Half of US adults don't know symptoms of heart attacks; KY high in heart attacks
By Melissa Patrick Kentucky Health News. About 50 percent of American adults don't know the five common symptoms of a heart attack, even though a heart ...
Live Science - 16 Feb 2019 Why Men Who Can Do 40 Pushups May Have Better Heart Health
The ability to do a lot of pushups may be a sign not only of strength, but also of good heart health, a new study suggests. The study tested the stamina of ...
CNN - 14 Feb 2019 How love sparks better heart health
Love can lower blood pressure, reduce stress, improve the immune system and protect the heart.
Detroit Free Press - 16 Feb 2019 5 essential foods — and 5 tasty dishes — that can help fend off heart attacks, strokes
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of both men and women. Salmon, legumes and berries are among the foods that can help prevent it.
Springfield News-Leader - 03 Jan 2019 'Remembering the Normal Heart' documentary airing tonight on OPT
"Remembering the Normal Heart" will be shown at 8 p.m. Thursday on KOZK, or Ozarks Public Television.
MassLive.com - 17 Feb 2019 Diabetes, heart disease share risk factors best managed early
Dr. Abraham Thomas is an endocrinologist and chair of medicine at Baystate Health as well as at UMass Medical School-Baystate. ( Anne-Gerard Flynn photo ).
Tampa Bay Times - 15 Feb 2019 Study: Diet drinks increase older women's risks for stroke, heart disease
Older women who drink diet sodas or artificially sweetened fruit juices run a higher risk of stroke and heart disease, according to a study released Thursday.