Author: Mari A. Schaefer

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the breakdown of the tendon - is a common overuse injury for athletes who run, jump, or make quick turns. - Mari A. Schaefer,... [Read More]
Between Aug. 5 and Aug. 18, 19 restaurants and markets were closed temporarily, or voluntarily agreed to close, to correct violations. - Mari... [Read More]
Stock your fridge with easy-to-grab containers of carrots, celery, hard-boiled eggs, and pasta. Go shopping at a farmers' market with your kids. And other options.... [Read More]
About 32 percent of the injuries were to the hand and wrist. - Mari A. Schaefer, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News... [Read More]
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"Game of Thrones" fans will like this: Six hundred people reported injuries after they had "contact with a sword or dagger." - Mari A.... [Read More]
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Turtles can shed the virus even if they appear healthy. - Mari A. Schaefer, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News... [Read More]
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Twenty-five percent of young adults who try and join the military are ineligible due to concerns about their weight or fitness. - Mari A.... [Read More]
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Researchers now say that fats may not be as bad as thought, carbs may be worse, and as far as fruits, veggies and beans go,... [Read More]
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Sims made his living as a physician to slaves on plantations in and around Mt. Meigs, Alabama. - Mari A. Schaefer, Philadelphia Inquirer and... [Read More]
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Researchers stated that added sugars have a "gateway-effect" and could lead to drug addiction. - Mari A. Schaefer, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News... [Read More]
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It was Pete's screams that first alerted Benjamin Spalding to a crisis in is back yard. A fox had grabbed the 34-year-old Mealy Amazon parrot... [Read More]
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In Philadelphia, the collaboration has been going on for more than a century. - Mari A. Schaefer, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News... [Read More]
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So far, 961 people in 48 states and the District of Columbia have contracted salmonella. - Mari A. Schaefer, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News... [Read More]
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Health Department inspectors visit nearly 1,000 eateries and food retailers every two weeks. - Mari A. Schaefer, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News... [Read More]
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It's no secret that sponges are the perfect breeding ground for bacteria. Know when it's time to throw them away. - Mari A. Schaefer,... [Read More]
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