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Los Angeles County bus drivers say they are regularly becoming ill — sometimes while behind the wheel — from pesticides sprayed inside their vehicles by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. At least 14 Metro drivers are pursuing...
addCustomPlayer('1pa1wyvorp5ui15bbnkmaphgbl', '', '', 600, 418, 'perf1pa1wyvorp5ui15bbnkmaphgbl', 'eplayer15'); CHICAGO — The night started with a bit of misdirection and ended with the Kings completely losing their way. Who was in the Kings'...
U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg, a multimillionaire New Jersey businessman and the last World War II veteran remaining in the Senate, has died at age 89. His office said Lautenberg died shortly after 4 a.m. EDT on Monday at a New York hospital after...
CHICAGO -- Talk about an odd juxtaposition in a hotel lobby: excited science fiction conventioneers and rich and famous hockey players with serious playoff beards. The Kings were thrown together in the same hotel as a "Star Trek" convention. This...
The 2010 federal healthcare law will make health coverage available to millions of the uninsured, but it won't reach all of them. In California, county health officials and the Brown administration are now tussling over how much to spend on the...
You think your doctor is too busy? Dr. Jonathan Fielding has about 9 million patients – which is to say, almost everyone in Los Angeles County. He heads the county’s public health department, a department bigger than that of some states. His...
GRAND CANYON, Ariz. -- Eric York was obsessed with the big cats -- their health, temperaments and survival rates amid the park’s annual tourist invasion. For years, he wandered the area’s crags, gullies and woods, tracking and tagging the...
If you've got your health, the cliche goes, you've got just about everything. If you've got public health duties, you're responsible for just about everything from mosquitoes (West Nile carriers) to hygiene (wash your hands for as long as it takes to sing...
An explosion of cheap generic substitutes for widely used prescription drugs last year helped drive the first decline in pharmaceutical spending in the U.S. in nearly six decades. Drug makers often lament what they call the patent cliff, which is when...
Scientists are gaining a better understanding of the H7N9 bird flu that has sickened more than 130 people -- and killed more than 30 -- in China and Taiwan since February. The latest research into the virus, which before this year had never been...
That looked a lot like the type of game the Dodgers might expect to play against the Angels, the two teams combining for 15 runs Friday after a mere 3 1/2 innings. Not that it did much for Dodgers right-hander Josh Beckett, who was pushed around for...
Join Times Kings writer Lisa Dillman and hockey Hall of Famer Helene Elliott today at 1 p.m. for a live video chat about the Kings and Ducks. The chat will take place on this blog post, and you will be able to submit questions during the chat. The...
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