In the nearly five years since her diagnosis, 32-year-old Evelyn Hildebrandt has suffered the symptoms common to many carriers of the HIV virus: diarrhea, swollen lymph nodes, headaches and a general achy fatigue. But the Vancouver native has also experienced gynecological changes that she does not understand; and she has had hip and leg pain, a symptom that seems to be common among women with the virus, she says, but one that has not been studied.By MARY NEMETH7 min
For a federal party that hopes to be re-elected on the strength of its han dling of the econo my, last week was far from auspicious. In Ottawa, the Conference Board of Canada cautioned that the country is “adrift in a listless recovery” that will likely improve only slightly in 1994.By Anthony Wilson-Smith7 min
One soft evening in the spring of 1937, Turk Broda turned up in Stanley Park in Brandon, Man., wearing a pale blue leather jacket with a knitted collar and a white crest with Toronto Maple Leafs stitched in blue on the crest. Turk sat on a park bench and a bunch of us kids gathered around and he answered all our questions about his first season of playing goal in the National Hockey League, and to this day, more than half a century later, I remember the feel of the smooth blue leather as I ran my hand across Turk’s muscled arm.By TRENT FRAYNE5 min
Those convinced the United States is unfit for human habitation surely will have their suspicions confirmed by the murder of James Jordan, father of Michael Jordan, perhaps the world’s most famous athlete and, as such, an incomprehensibly wealthy man.By FRED BRUNING5 min
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