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  • Let's put vitamin D in the water

     
    Vitamin D is synthesized in the skin via sunlight. But according to piles of research in recent years, most people aren't getting enough of the nutrient, and deficiencies may contribute to cancer, diabetes and cognitive decline. The latest study links.......
  • Gene therapy strengthens monkeys' muscles, may eventually work for human diseases

     
    Injecting a gene into thigh muscles of a monkey's leg greatly increased muscle mass and strength, a finding that could have potential application in a variety of human diseases that involve muscular weakening, researchers reported this week in the new.......
  • What should be done about cheating in the World Cup?

     
    Apparently there's this sport called "football" in which the players don't wear helmets and they actually use their feet to move the ball around the field. And currently these athletes are holding their semi-regular qualifying tournament whose winners are...
  • The Tiger Woods scandal: How much do the media really need to know?

     
    Poor Tiger Woods. After carefully controlling his image for nearly 15 years as a international celebrity (he was actually on "The Mike Douglas Show" when he was 2, already showing off his golf swing), Woods probably figured that the media......
  • Music review: Renée Fleming at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

     
    Renée Fleming, America’s beloved soprano, has gotten more interesting. Her luscious, creamy voice has taken on a gritty edge, while her range of repertory has become increasingly adventuresome. In a recital sponsored by Los Angeles Opera on Saturday at...
  • Lupus drug Benlysta passes second crucial test

     
    Benlysta, a new drug designed specifically to treat systemic lupus erythematosus, commonly called simply lupus, has passed a second clinical trial, paving the way for it to become the first new treatment approved for lupus in 50 years. Its maker,......
  • A possible link between anabolic steroid abuse and kidney damage

     
    Abusing anabolic steroids can carry numerous health risks. In a new study of bodybuilders who abused the substance, a link may have been found between that misuse and serious kidney problems. In a study presented recently to the annual meeting......
  • Another baffling pitch by Gagne

    Another baffling pitch by Gagne
    PHOENIX -- In his first public comments since the Mitchell Report linked him to human growth hormones two months ago, former Dodger closer Eric Gagne apologized to his family, friends and new Milwaukee Brewer teammates today but stopped short of admitting...
  • Generation Adderall

    Generation Adderall
    Finals week. The words conjure up a stream of crazed thoughts among the best of us. Hours spent staring at the library clock, Facebooking or reading that stupid paragraph over and over until it registers. College students are not supposed to have the...
  • 'The Yankee Years' by Joe Torre and Tom Verducci

    'The Yankee Years' by Joe Torre and Tom Verducci
    Last week, as the controversy over Joe Torre and Tom Verducci's "The Yankee Years" was ratcheting up, I got an e-mail from my brother, who, like me, is a lifelong New York Yankees fan. "As I understand it," he wrote, "Torre is saying NYY is a tough...
  • 'Back Back Back' at the Old Globe

    'Back Back Back' at the Old Globe
    SAN DIEGO -- Stepping up to the plate and hitting one out of the park is the consummate American fantasy. Our entire system is built on such a dream -- from schnook to big cheese with one swing of the bat. This obsession with home runs, and the...