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Chicken-Fried News: Do no harm?

Chicken-Fried News: Do no harm?

Do no harm? Them’s fighting words. A local doctor was hauled off to jail recently after he smacked one of his former patients, NewsOK.com reported. Notice the word former. Words were exchanged as the, er, good doctor passed 47-year-old Ginger Rogers outside her apartment complex as she awaited a package delivery. What she got instead,

Coburn battles a cancer that isn’t liberal

Coburn, 65, is undergoing evaluation and treatment for a recurrence of prostate cancer that required surgery in 2011. As a threetime cancer survivor and a licensed physician, Coburn knows the drill. Taking time off from work might seem logical, but after his 2011 surgery, Coburn was back in Washington, D.C., a few days later to

Various artists — Never Give Up: Celebrating 10 Years of The Postal Service

With the 10th anniversary of Give Up — being celebrated with a re-release, festival headlining gigs and the first tour in nearly a decade, The Postal Service is right back at the forefront of indie music, so there’s no better time to pay tribute. Music blog Independent Clauses wrangled 22 different artists wanting to do

The Good Doctor

Now, he’s fallen in love with one of his patients, Diane (Riley Keough, Magic Mike), a young woman with infected kidneys. He so wants to be near her that he starts taking steps to keep her sick — and therefore, in his care at the hospital — like replacing the goods in her medication with sugar

The Good Doctor

Now, he’s fallen in love with one of his patients, Diane (Riley Keough, Magic Mike), a young woman with infected kidneys. He so wants to be near her that he starts taking steps to keep her sick — and therefore, in his care at the hospital — like replacing the goods in her medication with sugar

Torch slinger

Robert Block “This all came about by being president of the academy,” he said. “Hopefully this will become a tradition of the president traveling to the Olympics each year.” Before Block could make his trip, however, he had to train. “I started out doing a rapid run,” he said. “Now I can jog about half

Torch slinger

Robert Block “This all came about by being president of the academy,” he said. “Hopefully this will become a tradition of the president traveling to the Olympics each year.” Before Block could make his trip, however, he had to train. “I started out doing a rapid run,” he said. “Now I can jog about half

Rice steps aside

“She has made immense sacrifices for me in her support of my political career and public service, and I am honored to be able to reciprocate that for her now,” Rice said in a statement. “It has been an immense honor and privilege to serve the people of Senate District 46. I am grateful I

Down with downward dog

The AYA says it wasn’t until the 1960s that yoga became widespread in America. The practice, which had been primarily thought of as spiritual in nature, benefited from studies showing the medical and psychological benefits. Dr. David Rothwell, an Oklahoma City primary care physician, said he has recommended yoga for patients. “Yoga helps patients in

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