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The Region's Top Five Golf Scenes
Washington Post reporter Gene Wang talks about his five favorite scenic golf courses around the metro area

The No. 1 hole on the blue course at Musket Ridge Golf Club in Myersville, Md.

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SARS Epidemic Death Toll Rises From Mystery Virus: New disclosures by the Chinese government have heightened the world community's sense of alarm over the spread of a dangerous new lung infection. April 23, 2003

Mystery Pneumonia Spreads Beyond Asia: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome is a pneumonia-like viral disease that was first seen in Hanoi and Singapore and then spread through Hong Kong and China. Cases have been reported in the United States, Europe and Australia. Scientists are still trying to identify how it is transmitted and how best to treat it. As of April 1, 1,800 people have been diagnosed and 62 have died from the disease. April 01, 2003

Remaking A Face: Cancer ravaged Beverly Reighard's face, from her upper lip to her forehead. Prosthetic scultor Robert Barron gave her back her features. January 11, 2003

Just One of the Troops: Ten-year-old Justin Bryce had just one wish: to be a soldier for a day. Last week, the Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Mid-Atlantic -- with the help of area military personnel -- made his wish come true. October 17, 2002

Senior Moments: Too healthy for a living nursing home but too frail to live alone, assisted living for the elderly may be a far from perfect concept, but someday we may all join them. June 07, 2002

Diabetes: A Tribe's Struggle: A program helps Native Americans battle diabetes by embracing the patients' culture and lifestyle. Could such wisdom benefit the rest of us? April 03, 2002

A Co-Worker's Contribution: Two Post reporters and longtime friends, Warren Brown and Martha McNeil Hamilton, underwent similar operations before Thanksgiving, when Martha donated a kidney to her colleague. December 07, 2001

Living Donor: One Couple's Journey: Judie Lejeune receives a kidney from her husband Ronald. November 06, 2001