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  • Online doctor visits offer convenience and often lower costs

    Online doctor visits offer convenience and often lower costs
    Victoria Barzilai opened her mouth wide so the doctor could look at her sore throat. Not exactly a remarkable event, except that Barzilai was at home and the doctor was hundreds of miles away. Feeling too sick to drag herself to the school health...
  • Winter blues and summer bummer link brains of rats and man

    Winter blues and summer bummer link brains of rats and man
    Nicholas Spitzer and Davide Dulcis felt for people in higher latitudes whose attitudes soured in the shorter daylight hours of winter. The neuroscientists, who work in balmy San Diego, wondered whether summer was a bummer for rats. They’re...
  • David Gilhooly dies at 70; a leader of Bay Area funk art movement

    David Gilhooly dies at 70; a leader of Bay Area funk art movement
    David Gilhooly, a prominent Northern California sculptor of fanciful frogs who was a founder of the Bay Area funk art movement at UC Davis in the early 1960s, has died. He was 70. He died Aug. 21 after collapsing at his home in Newport, Ore., said his...
  • Gov. Brown should give gun legislation the go-ahead

    Gov. Brown should give gun legislation the go-ahead
    SACRAMENTO — Man goes to work. Woman visits a mall. Child sits in class. Couple attends a movie. All have one thing in common. They are vulnerable to being shot and killed by some "innocent law-abiding citizen." Anyone who owns a firearm is law-...
  • Do guns make us safer?

    Do guns make us safer?
    Just days after a Washington naval installation became the site of the fourth mass shooting in the span of a year, a pair of new studies asks a shop-worn but timely question: Do more guns make us safer? Both studies conclude the answer is no. But debate...
  • 'Your Fatwa Does Not Apply Here' examines resisting fundamentalism

     'Your Fatwa Does Not Apply Here' examines resisting fundamentalism
    When a relentless pounding shook her family's apartment door in Algiers, Karima Bennoune recalls grabbing a paring knife from the kitchen and hiding. "My father looked at me and rolled his eyes," she writes in the introduction to "Your Fatwa Does Not...
  • Co-sleeping prolongs breast-feeding but safety a concern, study says

    Co-sleeping prolongs breast-feeding but safety a concern, study says
    Two new studies, both released Monday, offer additional evidence -- if any were really needed -- that breast-feeding can be really, really difficult for mothers. In one analysis, published in the journal Pediatrics, researchers interviewed first-time...
  • L.A.'s new coroner to the people

    L.A.'s new coroner to the people
    Mark Fajardo's first weeks in the very public job of Los Angeles County coroner coincided with the deaths of two TV actors — one from "That '70s Show" and another from "Rizzoli & Isles" — and the toxicology report from the car-crash death of...
  • Legal experts disagree over petition to stop same-sex marriages

    Legal experts disagree over petition to stop same-sex marriages
    UC Davis law professor Vikram Amar said the chance of the Supreme Court intervening to stop same-sex marriages in California was “pretty low” after backers of Proposition 8 filed an emergency petition Saturday with the court calling for a halt...
  • Tricolored blackbirds are disappearing faster than thought

    Tricolored blackbirds are disappearing faster than thought
    The tricolored blackbird was once among the most common birds in California, with vast colonies of the colorful and highly gregarious species nesting and foraging year-round in marshes and rangelands. Scientists have been worried about a decline in...
  • Skelton: California needs crackdown on bullets

    Skelton: California needs crackdown on bullets
    California already has some of the toughest gun laws in the country. Now George Skelton says it needs to apply the same approach to bullets. "Guns don't kill people. Bullets do," he writes in his Monday column. The latest example of the problem,...