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  • More U.S. consumers are seeking medical care, report shows

    More U.S. consumers are seeking medical care, report shows
    A historic slowdown in U.S. healthcare spending in recent years may be drawing to a close.
  • Years pass, but couple's commitment to skid row hasn't wavered

    Years pass, but couple's commitment to skid row hasn't wavered
    The draft dodger is 68. The ex-nun nears 80. But on a cold early morning in March, they have trundled to a street corner for their regular trip passing out donated pastries to men and women who sleep near the Los Angeles River and underneath its bridges....

    Glucosamine promotes longevity in worms and mice, study says

    Glucosamine promotes longevity in worms and mice, study says
    Researchers in Europe say glucosamine helped to extend the life span of worms and aging mice by mimicking a low-carbohydrate diet. In a paper published Tuesday in Nature Communications, scientists from Germany and Switzerland reported that the popular...

    2009 Ft. Hood victim on latest shooting: 'I kind of lost it'

    2009 Ft. Hood victim on latest shooting: 'I kind of lost it'
    Amber Gadlin, 24, was driving home from the grocery store when she got the text Wednesday afternoon. "Turn on the news," her neighbor wrote. "My mom said there was another shooting at Ft. Hood." Gadlin’s heart stopped.  The memories from the...

    Angels reliever Sean Burnett's return hits another snag

    Angels reliever Sean Burnett's return hits another snag
    TEMPE, Ariz. -- What reliever Sean Burnett hoped would be a significant step forward in his return from elbow surgery Tuesday was more of a stutter step, and maybe a step back. The left-hander, who had to be shut down during last Friday’s...