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By JOE AND TERESA GRAEDON | September 8, 2008
Years ago, I was suffering with sensitivity to all underarm deodorants on the market. I found an alternative product at the health-food store and bought it, though it was dreadfully expensive ($12). The directions said to apply a small amount of this white paste to each clean, dry armpit only once a week. I tried it, and it worked. The ingredients were zinc oxide, rose water and some kind of powder. The tin was so small, I used it up in no time. Then I bought a tube of cheap zinc oxide ointment (75 cents)
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2014
It's a typical scene at fire departments everywhere: lockers lining the garage, with coats hanging and boots at the ready for quick changes when an emergency calls. But at the Odenton Volunteer Fire Company one boot has a leg sticking out of it. Firefighter William Fisher returned to work at Odenton this month, eight months after having his right leg amputated below the knee, the result of a lingering injury from his Army service in Iraq. After intense rehabilitation, seemingly endless paperwork to prove that he met the National Fire Protection Association standards, and extensive work with a company to develop a special boot for his prosthetic leg, Fisher printed out dozens of copies of a certification declaring him fit for duty and placed them in everyone's mailbox at the station.
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By Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon and Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon,King Features Syndicate | April 4, 2004
Several months ago I started taking 160 milligrams of saw palmetto extract daily to slow the progression of male pattern baldness. To my surprise, the regimen seems to work. There is less hair in the bathroom sink, and I have noticed new growth on the temples. I haven't experienced any noticeable side effects, such as loss of libido. I looked in the medical literature for long-term side effects but found none. The longest clinical trial (for prostate enlargement) lasted two years. Do you know of any health hazards with saw palmetto extract?
BUSINESS
By Gus G. Sentementes and Gus G. Sentementes,SUN STAFF | October 2, 2001
Millennium Chemicals Inc., which idled a large part of its Hawkins Point operation and announced layoffs of 250 workers in June, warned yesterday that third-quarter losses would be greater than expected because of overcapacity and weak demand in a slumping U.S. economy. The Red Bank, N.J.-based company said its results will be "slightly below the lower end of the range" of analysts' third-quarter expectations. Analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research Inc. had expected a loss of 17 cents to 32 cents a share.
BUSINESS
By Kristine Henry and Kristine Henry,SUN STAFF | October 31, 2001
With demand falling for the white pigment used in everything from house paint to U.S. currency, Millennium Chemicals Inc. reported yesterday that it lost $12 million in the third quarter. The loss follows the September idling of part of the company's Hawkins Point titanium dioxide plant in the southern part of Baltimore and the layoff of about 250 employees. The section that was shuttered makes pigment for the paper industry, while the part that remains in operation makes pigment for paints and plastics.
BUSINESS
By Kristine Henry and Kristine Henry,SUN STAFF | June 5, 2001
Weak demand and lower prices for its products led Millennium Chemicals Inc. to announce yesterday that its second-quarter earnings will likely fall drastically short of analysts' expectations. The New Jersey company's largest division, which produces titanium dioxide, is headquartered in Hunt Valley with manufacturing operations at Hawkins Point in southern Baltimore. Millennium employs more than 800 people in the state. Titanium dioxide is used in such diverse products as toothpaste, trash bags and the letters on M&Ms.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee | September 5, 1995
NEW YORK -- At some point today, Cal Ripken will receive a gift from Pam Shriver and her fellow players at the U.S. Open.Shriver, an Orioles part-owner who plans to be at Camden Yards when Ripken ties Lou Gehrig's record of 2,130 consecutive games if her tennis schedule permits, will present Ripken with a framed 1995 U.S. Open poster signed by some of tennis' biggest stars.From Pete Sampras: "To Cal, a class act on and off the field. Keep up the fine example."From Jim Courier: "Cal, a true American hero, keep up the great work."
BUSINESS
By Eileen Ambrose and Eileen Ambrose,SUN STAFF | February 1, 2002
Millennium Chemicals Inc., helped by a one-time income tax adjustment, earned $8 million in the fourth quarter, but posted a loss for the year. On a per-share basis, the Red Bank, N.J., company, which operates a plant in southern Baltimore, earned 13 cents on sales of $334 million in the three months that ended Dec. 31. The company benefited from reserves in prior years that reduced the amount it needed to set aside for taxes in the fourth quarter by...
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By Lem Satterfield | August 19, 2003
Hereford High School football coach Steve Turnbaugh, who shattered his left leg in four places while playing football in Myrtle Beach, S.C., three weeks ago, will discover from his orthopedic surgeon tomorrow whether he should coach from a wheelchair or possibly miss his ninth season. Turnbaugh's leg is immobilized with titanium rods and four pins. His wife, Becky, drives him to practice, where he coaches from a wheelchair and gets around on crutches. "I think he's [Dr. Scott Tarantino of Towson Orthopedic Associates]
BUSINESS
By Gus G. Sentementes and Gus G. Sentementes,SUN STAFF | July 22, 2003
Millennium Chemicals Inc., a manufacturer of a white pigment used in paints, paper and toothpaste that has been hit hard by the economic downturn, said yesterday that it will move its headquarters to Hunt Valley from New Jersey as part of a shake-up that includes the departure of its chief executive. The company also said its second-quarter loss will be larger than estimated and suspended its dividend to conserve cash "at this challenging time." The global chemical company already has a significant presence in Maryland.
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