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  • Antronette Yancey dies at 55; advocate of short bursts of exercise

    Antronette Yancey dies at 55; advocate of short bursts of exercise
    For Dr. Antronette K. Yancey, a UCLA public health professor, exercise could be fun and done in short bursts in the workplace, schools and even places of worship. Her campaign to urge people to incorporate physical activity into their daily lives led to...
  • Newton R. Russell dies at 85; veteran California legislator

    Newton R. Russell dies at 85; veteran California legislator
    Newton R. Russell, a veteran state senator known as an expert on California's complex public pension system and a stickler for upholding legislative rules, died Saturday of lung cancer at his La Cañada Flintridge home, his family said. He was 85. A...
  • Air pollution causes lung cancer, World Health Organization says

    Air pollution causes lung cancer, World Health Organization says
    It’s official: Breathing dirty air causes lung cancer. The World Health Organization on Thursday declared air pollution a human carcinogen like tobacco smoke, asbestos and arsenic, calling it a leading cause of cancer deaths globally. Health...
  • 'Breaking Bad': Albuquerque newspaper runs obit for Walter White

    'Breaking Bad': Albuquerque newspaper runs obit for Walter White
    "Breaking Bad" is finally over. What, you hadn't heard? The show may be gone, but one Albuquerque-based fan group has said goodbye in style. They've purchased an obituary announcement in Mr. White's hometown paper, the Albuquerque Journal. The paid...
  • Patrice Chereau, 68, was a major operatic and theatrical force

    Patrice Chereau, 68, was a major operatic and theatrical force
    Patrice Chéreau, the accomplished French director who died Monday in Paris at 68 following a battle with lung cancer, was a master of many art forms. Though he gained a measure of international renown for his movies, including "Queen Margot" and...
  • Discovering the epidemic of overtreatment

    Discovering the epidemic of overtreatment
    Similar populations living in different regions of the United States get exposed to wildly different amounts of medical care. If that sounds like an old story, it is. It's now four decades old. But it is an important story to reflect on as we consider...
  • Anthem policy on propofol for colonoscopies may be shortsighted

    Anthem policy on propofol for colonoscopies may be shortsighted
    There is perhaps no better metaphor for the painful relationship between patients and our for-profit healthcare system than the fact that Anthem Blue Cross thinks you don't need anesthesia for a colonoscopy. It's not "medically necessary," the insurer...
  • Scientists rethink humans' family tree

    Scientists rethink humans' family tree
    In the humid foothills of the Caucasus Mountains, deep within a carnivore's bloody lair, an early human ancestor fought a life-or-death struggle, and lost. He had entered the den on a scavenging mission, possibly with several others. Their plan: Use a...
  • Elmore Leonard dies at 87; master of the hard-boiled crime novel

    Elmore Leonard dies at 87; master of the hard-boiled crime novel
    Elmore Leonard populated his novels with con men, hustlers and killers, with names like Chili, Stick and Ordell. He plunged readers into a sea of urban sleaze, spiking his tales with mordant humor and moral ambivalence. In stories often set in Detroit...
  • Emmys 2013: Bryan Cranston has red carpet message for 'Bad' fans

    Emmys 2013: Bryan Cranston has red carpet message for 'Bad' fans
    Bryan Cranston has a message to the legions of "Breaking Bad" fans who are worked into a frenzy about next week's series finale: Simply, thank you. "Our little show about a depressed man who gets terminal lung cancer and starts cooking crystal meth...
  • A reunion decades in the making for Natalie Cole, Chucho Valdés

    A reunion decades in the making for Natalie Cole, Chucho Valdés
    When Natalie Cole and Chucho Valdés share a bill Wednesday night at the Hollywood Bowl, it will mark a long-delayed reunion of two languages and two musical dynasties. More than half a century ago, on the eve of the Cuban Revolution, Cole's father,...