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2011-01-24 00:00:40

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2010-03-26 08:53:23

Patients who have a history of bladder control problems may benefit from an implantable device that uses electrical pulses to alter abnormal communication between bladder nerves and the brain, said a urologist at Baylor College of Medicine. "Patients with these bladder issues often suffer from significant embarrassment and a low quality of life," said Dr. Christopher Smith, associate professor in the Scott Department of Urology at BCM. "This has been a life-changing treatment for some...

2005-11-07 20:32:28

By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - Former NFL running back Timmy Smith pleaded not guilty on Monday to cocaine trafficking charges in U.S. District Court. Smith, 41, who ran for a Super Bowl record 204 yards to help the Washington Redskins beat the Denver Broncos in 1988, was arrested September 30 along with his brother, Christopher, and charged with selling $37,600 worth of cocaine to federal undercover agents. At a brief hearing before U.S. Magistrate Craig Shaffer, Timmy Smith...

2005-10-03 19:37:46

DENVER (Reuters) - Former NFL running back and Super Bowl record-holder Timmy Smith was charged with cocaine trafficking on Monday as he made his first appearance in federal court. Smith and his brother, Christopher, answered "Yes, Ma'am," when asked by U.S. District Magistrate Patricia Coan if they understood their rights and the charges against them. The former Washington Redskins running back, 41, and his brother, who were brought handcuffed into the courthouse, were arrested on...

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