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  • Amgen reaches deal to buy Onyx for $10.4 billion

    Amgen reaches deal to buy Onyx for $10.4 billion
    After being spurned two months ago, biotech giant Amgen Inc. said it has reached a $10.4-billion deal for Onyx Pharmaceuticals Inc., which has developed a promising drug to fight blood cancer. Amgen, based in Thousand Oaks, will pay $125 per share for...
  • Broccoli could be key to fighting inflammation, arthritis

    Broccoli could be key to fighting inflammation, arthritis
    Broccoli is supposed to be good for you, right? That's what Mom said. But now, researchers in Britain say the veg might be a veritable fountain of youth -- or at least a way to slow painful inflammation and degenerative joint disease such as arthritis....
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Continuum' on Syfy

    Friday's TV Highlights: 'Continuum' on Syfy
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of August 25 - 31, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES Cracked The Canadian police drama...
  • Deion Sanders, critic of NFL concussion suits, seeks workers' comp

    Deion Sanders, critic of NFL concussion suits, seeks workers' comp
    During the pregame show before February's Super Bowl in New Orleans, Deion Sanders shared his thoughts about the thousands of former football players filing concussion lawsuits against the National Football League. "The game is a safe game," the...
  • For baby boomers, staying fit past 50 is not a gray area

    For baby boomers, staying fit past 50 is not a gray area
    Greta Goplen stood in position with a cane at the ready, like a ninja warding off invisible foes. As an instructor yelled out directions to the class — "left, left, jab, jab, nose! right, right, jab, jab, nose!" — the 59-year-old raised...
  • Man with blue skin dies at 62: Unlikely his condition was responsible

    Man with blue skin dies at 62: Unlikely his condition was responsible
    Paul Karason, the man with blue skin and white beard, died this week. He was 62. Karason was being treated for pneumonia at the time of his death, and had also recently suffered a heart attack and a stroke, according to a report on Today.com. The...
  • Old-timers to play in Dodgers-Yankees 1963 World Series celebration

    Old-timers to play in Dodgers-Yankees 1963 World Series celebration
    Tommy Davis, whose name oozes excellence and tradition among Dodgers fans, doesn't go to Dodger Stadium much these days. "I like my refrigerator too much," he says. But the 74-year-old Davis, once the gold standard of left fielders, will be on the...
  • How a 'million-dollar patient' got off a medical merry-go-round

    How a 'million-dollar patient' got off a medical merry-go-round
    For more than two decades, Wanda Remo has battled one illness after another. Asthma, chronic lung disease, heart disease, high blood pressure, arthritis, depression, chronic pain, strokes. Specialists treat her lungs, her heart and her joints. Her...
  • Jackson's propofol death a first in 14 years, witness says

    Jackson's propofol death a first in 14 years, witness says
      A toxicologist testified Monday that Michael Jackson is the only person in Los Angeles County not in the medical field to die of propofol intoxication in their home in the last 14 years. The comments from Dan Anderson, with the county coronor's...
  • HELPED OR HOOKED?

    HELPED OR HOOKED?
    Fourteen of Doanh Nguyen's patients have died of prescription drug overdoses since 2005, coroner's records show. But he's not to blame for any of them, he said. His practice in Orange County's Little Saigon caters to pain sufferers of all kinds....
  • Caught in the current of reverse migration

    Caught in the current of reverse migration
    CUATRO MILPAS, MEXICO— In this hardscrabble farming village, an American teenager like Luis Martinez was bound to stand out. Raised on Little Caesars pizzas and Big Gulps, Luis, 13, was portly. The village kids, subsisting on bowls of chicken...