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ENTERTAINMENT
By Amy Watts | October 26, 2012
So something happened and then something else happened but we don't care about all that because BEN PROPOSED TO LESLIE AND SHE SAID YES. Ok, fine. In the rest of the show, Ben's campaign for the Congressman has been so successful that they wrap up early. And Jennifer Barkley convinces him to consider her offer of running a gubernatorial campaign in Florida. He does meet with the candidate, and even with his proposal to end the show, it's unclear if he takes the job or not. After Leslie and Ann scare Jerry as he comes out of the bathroom (they meant to spook Tom)
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EXPLORE
September 13, 2012
The day after a Harford County Sheriff's deputy was buried after dying in the line of duty, another sheriff's deputy has died. Sgt. Ian Loughran, 43, of Harford County, died of a heart attack sometime after midnight Thursday. Sgt. Loughran, a 16-year veteran of the sheriff's office, unknowingly began to suffer the symptoms of a heart attack Wednesday during the funeral services for his fellow deputy, Cpl. Charles Licato, who died Sept. 6 in a car accident while on his way home, according to a press release from the sheriff's office.
SPORTS
By Arda Ocal | September 11, 2012
Last night I was at the Bell Centre in Montreal when Jerry Lawler suffered a heart attack. It was both uncomfortable and concerning. After Lawler had already competed in a tag-team contest on Raw, he was performing his usual commentary duties with Michael Cole. During a tag-team match between the Prime Time Players and Daniel Bryan/Kane, I looked over to the broadcast table and saw Jerry Lawler hunched over, beginning to shake. It looked like he was choking. Then, suddenly, he collapsed from his chair.
HEALTH
By Meredith Cohn | August 8, 2012
Health insurance was a better predictor of survival from health attacks and strokes than race, according to Johns Hopkins researchers who looked at health outcomes in some Maryland hospitals. Specifically, those who did not have coverage were more likely to die in the hospital, even after accounting for race and socioeconomic factors, according to the researchers at the Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health . “African Americans living in poor, urban neighborhoods bear a high burden of illnesses and early death, from cardiovascular disease in particular,” said Derek Ng, lead author of the study and graduate student in the department of epidemiology, in a statement.
NEWS
By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2012
Paramedics assigned to Truck 10 — which the city is planning to close in July — saved a man's life Wednesday morning, the firefighters union said. At 6:20 a.m., an elderly man walked into the firehouse at 1503 W. Lafayette St., where Truck 10 is located, and told paramedics there his son, who is in his 40s, was suffering from a heart attack and having a seizure at a home nearby. The man did not own a telephone to call 911, the union said. Truck 10 responded to the home two blocks away and performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation and "advanced life support procedures," the union said.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | May 30, 2012
Winning national championships has become synonymous with Salisbury, but Sunday's 14-10 victory over SUNY-Cortland in the NCAA tournament final might be the most poignant one for the players and coach Jim Berkman. Berkman suffered a mild heart attack while working out at his local gym March 11. After having two stents inserted to remove a blockage in one of the arteries, he was permitted to return to the team eight days later. In the aftermath of what has been a whirlwind journey, Berkman reflected on the path to the program's 10th national title during his post-game comments at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker | April 19, 2012
If you suffer from pain in the legs, sores on the feet or burning sensations in the toes you may have a condition called  Peripheral Vascular Disease. The condition affects about 10 million people in the United States. Johns Hopkins doctors will offer free screenings for the disease 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at Towson Town Center Mall. The screenings will take place in the Grand Court on level 1.   Untreated PVD can cause debilitating pain, swelling, poor wound healing, heart attack or even stroke.  Dr. Mark Lessne , Johns Hopkins Vascular and Interventional Radiologist, will be on hand to answers questions about the disease.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | April 5, 2012
Wednesday night, Salisbury's Jim Berkman became the first college men's lacrosse coach to amass 400 victories in a career after his team trounced Mary Washington, 16-8. Berkman, who is 400-42 in 25 years, is understandably honored at the accomplishment, but he is even happier to celebrate a clean bill of health. Berkman suffered a mild heart attack while working out at his gym March 11. After having two stents inserted to remove a blockage in one of the arteries, he was permitted to return to the top-ranked and reigning national champion Sea Gulls eight days later.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | March 16, 2012
Five days after suffering what his doctor called a mild heart attack Sunday, Salisbury coach Jim Berkman has only the tender area on his leg where a catheter was inserted as physical evidence of that procedure. “I feel all right,” Berkman, 52, said Friday morning from his home. “Actually, I'm a little antsy here. I'm not a guy who can sit around a whole lot. So I'm kind of getting stir-crazy right now.” The NCAA's all-time winningest coach with 395 victories, Berkman has not been allowed to return to the top-ranked Sea Gulls, who have captured nine national championships, including last year's title, under Berkman.
SPORTS
By Jeff Shain, Tribune Newspapers | January 12, 2012
Erik Compton can't shake this nagging foot problem. A plantar wart took hold toward the end of last year, growing to the point where he couldn't ignore it anymore. With the new PGA Tour season approaching, Compton finally saw a doctor last month to have it cut out — but now it hasn't healed properly. "It actually hurts more than before," he groused. For Compton, this is little more than annoyance. Considering all the recipient of two heart transplants has endured to finally stand on the brink of his rookie debut at the Sony Open, a little hole in his foot isn't going to get in the way. "It's the opportunity to play, to really chase a dream that I've had to win on the (PGA)
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