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Times Staff WriterKeep up-to-date with the latest health headlines. Every day, you'll find links to the newest articles on medicine, health and wellness -- the information you need to stay informed. **** What Happens When They Grow Up (Newsweek via MSNBC) Teenagers...
Special to The TimesHOWARD (name changed), an impeccably dressed 83-year-old, first came to my office at the end of a typically busy afternoon. He was a frail man who moved slowly and had a high-pitched, whining voice that grated on my 4:30 p.m. nerves. He was consulting...
Tags: Colleges and Universities, Forehead, Tumors, Dermatology, Death
Times Staff And Wire ReportsBruce Snyder, whose 20-year career as a college football coach included an unbeaten regular season at Arizona State University, died Monday. He was 69. Snyder, who also spent five years as UC Berkeley's head football coach, died at his home in Phoenix,...
Special to The TimesThe sights, the scents, the sounds, the sand — a day at the beach is packed with stress relief and overall rejuvenation. Waves crash, gulls cry, wind whispers and sun warms skin. At the same time, worries seem to fade, the mind clears, the heart...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer"And as the flames climbed high into the night To light the sacrificial rite, I saw Satan laughing with delight The day the music died." -- Don McLean, "American Pie" Since the dawn of rock 'n' roll, death has been a recurring theme. But for many...
Tags: Cancer, Research, Music Industry, Don McLean, Heart Attack
Today, Kimbrell and Salvi evaluate nanotech's progress and predict where the technology may take us. Previously, they defined the scope of nanotechnology and discussed its potential drawbacks. Later in the week, they'll discuss government regulation,...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesSkin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, with about 800,000 new cases diagnosed every year. When diagnosed early, most skin cancers are easily treated and highly curable. But they can be life-threatening when allowed to progress....
With warm weather on the horizon and an ever-proliferating number of sunscreens on the market, Health decided it was time to find out more about protection from the sun. We consulted Dr. Robert Greenberg, a nationally known dermatologist in private...
Special to The TimesKrista DAVIS is a 34-year-old self-confessed medical spa addict. Every few weeks, she indulges herself at her favorite medical spa, Sherman Oaks-based Blue. On a typical day, she runs up a tab of $980 as she moves from manicure to pedicure, to...
Times Staff WriterRonald Reagan, the Hollywood actor who became one of the most popular presidents of the 20th century and transformed the political landscape of an era with his vision of conservative government, died Saturday at his home in the Bel-Air neighborhood of Los...
Times Staff WriterHypnosis transports some people beyond serenity and absorption to a state of pure silliness. A solemn voice whispering to relax, breathe deeply and imagine a waterfall can bring to mind high school séances, Ouija boards, Woody Allen routines. Yet the...
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