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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFor centuries, love has been probed -- and of course celebrated -- mostly by poets, artists and balladeers. But now its mysteries are yielding to the tools of science, including modern brain-scanning machines. At State University of New York at Stony...
Money & CompanyGiven the fiscal woes of city governments, it’s more important than ever for taxpayers and municipal-bond investors to get accurate and reliable financial data. But only a handful of U.S. cities post useful financial information about themselves...
Culture MonsterIn the arts, composers, writers, painters, sculptors and performers grab all the glory, but they also serve who sit and wonk. And we, the people, are invited to watch 'em in action Friday as the National Endowment for the Arts......
Booster ShotsAt least 7,826 people worldwide have died from laboratory-confirmed cases of pandemic H1N1 influenza, an increase of more than 1,000 in the last week, but the actual number is probably much larger than that, the World Health Organization said today.......
Booster ShotsA study coming out in tomorrowâs edition of Archives of General Psychiatry may prompt doctors and patients to reconsider the merits of using antiepileptic drugs to treat people with bipolar disorder. Just last year, the U.S. Food and Drug...
Sure, snorers can be loud. But for really cringe-worthy nighttime noise, it's hard to beat a dedicated grinder. With jaw muscles clenched tight -- perhaps because of stress or misaligned teeth -- a grinder can create a crunching sound reminiscent of two...
Tags: Teeth, Dental Health, Pain, Dentistry and Dental Health, Science
Booster ShotsMom's admonishments to eat your fruits and vegetables should still be heeded, since a new study found that a diet high in fruits, vegetables and healthful grains may be associated with higher ovarian cancer survival rates. Researchers from the University....
The news last week that scientists induced homosexual courtship in male fruit flies by changing levels of a neuro chemical was greeted with predictable headlines: "Scientists make fruit flies gay, then straight again." On science blogs, discussion raged...
Today, Bruegmann and Ohland debate modifying public behavior. Previously, they discussed Smart Growth, and the social tensions over urban sprawl. Later this week, they'll debate environmental concerns, and more. Mass transit: why the masses abandoned...
Today, Bruegmann and Ohland debate environmental concerns related to sprawl and growth. Previously, they discussed modifying public behavior, Smart Growth, and the social tensions over urban sprawl. Tomorrow they'll focus on zoning and new construction....
Today, Bruegmann and Ohland discuss Smart Growth. Yesterday, they debated the social tensions over urban sprawl. Later this week, they'll debate environmental concerns, modifying public behavior and more. A greener American dream By Gloria Ohland Smart...
In his Feb. 26 , Jonah Goldberg provides us with textbook examples of the logical fallacies employed to such good effect by Joseph McCarthy and his minions in the 1950s. I thought we had driven a stake through the heart of McCarthyism, and that Red-...
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