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  • Many Muslims gain weight during Ramadan fasting

     
    The sun slips beyond the Nile and the fast is broken. As they have done for centuries during the holy month of Ramadan, Egyptians hurry home through the twilight to eat and drink after a long, scorching day. Fasting renews the spirit but it often does...
  • New free health services now available to women across U.S.

     
    Women in L.A. and around the U.S. can now receive free preventive services such as contraceptive counseling, HIV screening and breastfeeding support, federal health officials announced....
  • Jailed former South African police chief Selebi gets medical parole

     
    A disgraced former police chief of South Africa and Interpol boss serving a 15-year prison sentence for corruption was released Friday on medical parole, with officials insisting he didn’t get preferential treatment. Correctional Services Minister...
  • Mega Millions: $540-million jackpot fever sweeps California

     
    The borrowed pickup truck, a crack inching its way across the windshield, lumbered into the parking lot off Sunset Boulevard a little before noon Thursday. Diana Delmuro parked illegally, grabbed her purse and dashed inside Silversun Liquor. She slapped...
  • More bad news for Paula Deen

     
    This has not been a good winter for Paula Deen. First there was the kerfuffle over her diabetes revelation (she had been diagnosed with it but kept quiet while still shoveling out recipes for the likes of deep-fried butter .........
  • Singing the blues about red meat

     
    It might be smart to take the new data against red meat -- a study links the consumption of even a small portion daily to a higher risk of dying -- with a grain of (possibly blood-pressure-raising) salt. Not that......
  • Student research program at Children's Hospital receives grant

     
    A research institute at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles received a five-year, $884,000 grant this week to continue providing biomedical research training to disadvantaged college students....
  • Late Night: Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert mock Bloomberg's soda ban

     
    Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert poke fun of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's proposed ban on large sodas....
  • Renowned South African scientist Phillip Tobias dies at 86

     
    Phillip Tobias, renowned South African paleoanthropologist and expert on early man and hominids, died after a long illness....
  • California lawmaker wants to banish sugary drinks from CalFresh menu

     
    California lawmaker wants healthier beverages for welfare recipients...
  • Portraits of Syrian rebels

     
    Nish L. Nalbandian is a freelance photographer based in Denver. He has traveled and photographed extensively around the world, mostly via motorcycle, over the last several years. In 2009, he rode a motorcycle from San Diego to Cairo (via cargo ship and...