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  • 'Biggest Loser' controversy can focus on public health issues

    'Biggest Loser' controversy can focus on public health issues
    The executive director of the Eating Recovery Center of California, Jennifer Lombardi, says it was no surprise to her that a contestant on “The Biggest Loser” lost a shocking amount of weight – in this case, Rachel Frederickson dieting to less than half her weight.
  • The ADHD explosion: A new book explores factors that have fueled it

    The ADHD explosion: A new book explores factors that have fueled it
    "The ADHD Explosion: Myths, Medication, Money and Today's Push for Performance," released this week by Oxford University Press, chronicles the steep increase in ADHD diagnoses in the United States over the last two decades. The new book offers provocative...

    Five questions for Dumb Starbucks' Nathan Fielder

    Five questions for Dumb Starbucks' Nathan Fielder
    Nathan Fielder, a Comedy Central star and the founder of L.A.'s Dumb Starbucks, will appear on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Tuesday night and, we hope, answer some leftover questions.  In a news conference at the rogue cafe's Hillhurst Avenue location in Los...

    Brew ha-ha: Comedian Nathan Fielder is the man behind Dumb Starbucks

    Brew ha-ha: Comedian Nathan Fielder is the man behind Dumb Starbucks
    Speculation brewed for days over the origins of Dumb Starbucks, the seemingly rogue coffee shop that opened in the Los Feliz neighborhood in Los Angeles over the weekend and was suddenly shut down Monday by the health department. Frothy curiosity and...

    China reports first human case of new H10N8 bird flu, and it's fatal

    China reports first human case of new H10N8 bird flu, and it's fatal
    Chinese health authorities have identified a brand-new type of bird flu that killed an elderly woman in November and infected at least one other person in January. That trend prompted the experts to call for stepped-up surveillance to track the new...