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Pitino: Ware could be playing again by October

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Injured Louisville guard Kevin Ware could be back on the court by October. Cardinals coach Rick Pitino said Tuesday that he's encouraged by Ware's rehabilitation, which recently has included riding a stationary bicycle. Ware broke his right leg in a gruesome incide... Full story

Thursday's Sports In Brief

BASEBALL NEW YORK (AP) Alex Rodriguez's already strained relationship with the New York Yankees hit another low when he pushed to be activated from the disabled list, the team refused and he had a lawyer join the discussion of his injury rehabilitation. Already a target of Major... Full story

A-Rod wants to be activated; Yankees refuse

NEW YORK (AP) Alex Rodriguez's already strained relationship with the New York Yankees hit another low when he pushed to be activated from the disabled list Friday, the team refused and he had a lawyer join the discussion of his injury rehabilitation.... Full story

Cardiac rehab may benefit oldest patients

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Exercise-based rehabilitation programs for heart patients are tied to health benefits even among the most elderly, according to a new study. Full story

Are some people (like Savannah) naturally clumsy?

   Clumsy is not all in your head, science says, and researchers are studying why it happens to certain people. Notoriously accident-prone Savannah Guthrie heads to the University of Delaware to get some answers about whether she was born to be uncoordinated.

Algerian president gets rehabilitation after stroke: state media

ALGIERS (Reuters) - Algeria's President Abdelaziz Bouteflika is recovering with the help of physical rehabilitation in France more than a month after he was rushed to hospital there suffering from a stroke, the presidency said on Tuesday. Full story

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Police in Ohio are investigating a video that shows a physical therapist allegedly abusing a 7-year-old disabled girl during a therapy session. WTOV’s Natalie Herbick reports.

  Julianne Hough talks ‘challenging’ ‘Safe Haven’ role

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  Activism among steps to healing for Newtown residents

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  Fiona, Felix and Flynn return to the wild

Peruvian environmentalists released three sea lions back into the wild on Saturday. The animals had been undergoing rehabilitation after being rescued three months ago. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

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U.S. Army combat medic Shawn Aiken and his family walk out of their home to greet members of the Rolling Thunder New Mexico-Chapter one before being presented with a recumbent bicycle to help with physical therapy in El Paso, Texas May 20, 2013. Aiken, who served 16 months in Iraq and 13 months in A