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A Los Angeles jury Friday ordered healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson to pay $8 million in damages to a retired prison guard who said he was injured by the company's defective artificial hip. But in a victory for the company, the 12-member jury...
Closing arguments are set to begin Thursday in Los Angeles in a high-stakes trial where healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson is accused of negligence in designing and marketing a once-popular artificial hip. The case in Los Angeles County Superior Court...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThis year is shaping up as a gratifying one for Allergan, the big Irvine company known for Botox and breast implants. The leading manufacturer of gastric bands, which are surgically implanted around the stomach to suppress the appetite of extremely...
Albert M. Kligman dies at 93; dermatologist developed acne, wrinkle treatments and experimented on prisonersDr. Albert M. Kligman, a dermatologist who developed the acne drug Retin-A and the antiwrinkle cream Renova but who may be remembered primarily for a series of experiments on prisoners that led to major reforms in the U.S. medical testing establishment,...
L.A. NOWThe 30-year-old heir to the Johnson & Johnson business empire was pronounced dead this morning on Los Angeles' Westside, officials said. Casey Johnson was pronounced dead by paramedics who responded to a call before noon in the 900 block of......
L.A. NOWAn autopsy and toxicology tests were pending this morning for Casey Johnson, the 30-year-old heiress to the Johnson & Johnson business empire who was found dead Monday at her Westside home. The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating, though...
Casey Johnson was an heiress to one of the world's great fortunes, grew up privileged in Manhattan with socialite sisters Paris and Nicky Hilton and eventually moved to Los Angeles, where she became a familiar face on the Hollywood party scene. But...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhat should every traveler's first-aid kit contain? Here is a list of items recommended by Dr. Brian Terry, a specialist in travel medicine who practices at the Healthy Traveler Clinic in Pasadena, and Dr. Christopher Van Tilburg, an emergency and...
The strategy that has made the pharmaceutical industry one of the wealthiest and most powerful on Earth is finally starting to betray it. Beginning in just a few weeks, and continuing over the next several years, some of the biggest-selling and most...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNEW WAVERLY, Texas -- There are no lions and tigers and bears (probably) at the Karolyi Ranch deep inside Sam Houston National Forest. No, but these 2,000 acres are full of camels, red deer, cows, bulls, peacocks, white swans, black ones too, seven dogs...
Times Staff WriterStart your day with the latest health headlines. Each morning, you'll find links to the newest articles on medicine, health and wellness -- the information you need to stay informed. -------------------- A genetic match to the strain responsible for...
TICKETS TO THE California Science Center's latest exhibit, "Marvel Super Heroes Science Exhibition," sell for $6.75 and up. But there's one lesson the exhibition offers free of charge to anyone who wanders by the museum, and it's not about science. The...
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