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  • Doctors fear Zsa Zsa Gabor's blood clots could cause heart attack

     
    Zsa Zsa Gabor was rushed to a Westwood hospital Friday because doctors feared blood clots in her legs could cause a heart attack, her publicist said. John Blachette said the 93-year-old star is being treated in the emergency room at......
  • Obama slaps China after G-20 summit, indicates little room for compromise on Bush tax cuts

     
    Full text, as usual, of President Barack Obama's news conference....
  • When doctors admit mistakes

     
    It's almost hard to blame doctors for hiding their mistakes. Medicine isn't just a macho profession that too often leads patients to believe doctors are all-knowing, but the prospect of ubiquitous malpractice suits is enough to make a hospital cringe........
  • EGYPT: Hepatitis C infection reaches alarming figures

     
    Egypt’s spiralling threat of hepatitis C virus – already the highest incidence rate in the world -- is alarming researchers who fear a potential epidemic of the blood-borne disease could spread across the most populous Arab country. The findings of......
  • Legendary Pictures forges into comic books

     
    Looking to expand its inventory of intellectual properties, Legendary Pictures is launching a new comic books division to publish original graphic novels that can be adapted into film and television projects. The unit, dubbed Legendary Comics, will be...
  • L.A. Coliseum Commission rescinds rave moratorium in a move called 'underhanded' by one member

     
    In a surprise move, L.A. Coliseum Commission members Wednesday overturned a moratorium on raves put in place after the drug overdose death of a 15-year-old girl who attended an event held at the public facility earlier this year. Coliseum General......
  • Hockey notes spillover: Ian Laperriere still ailing, new helmet making inroads

     
    So many notes, so little space. Here are some notes that didn’t fit into my weekly NHL column. The Kings staged a nice ceremony Saturday honoring former team captain Mattias Norstrom, though you have to hope the coffee maker they......
  • Treasury hacks interest rates on new savings bonds

     
    The U.S. Treasury has once again opted to lower the returns on savings bonds, as interest rates in general have plunged over the last six months. For only the second time in the 12-year history of inflation-adjusted savings bonds --......
  • 2 doctors accused of using homeless in fraud scheme

     
    Two physicians were arrested Friday for allegedly subjecting mentally ill homeless people to unnecessary tests and other procedures at a North Hollywood clinic in order to submit fraudulent bills to government insurance programs, authorities said. Dr....
  • Halloween reads: Four spooky comic books for All Hallow's Eve

     
    HALLOWEEN 2010: As much as we love scary movies, sometimes we'd rather curl up with a good book when Halloween rolls around — a good comic book, that is. We trembled our way through underground legend Charles Burns' creeptastic new ‘X'ed Out' and...
  • Anna Nicole Smith verdict: One doctor acquitted, others convicted [Updated]

     
    A jury returned mixed verdicts Thursday afternoon in the drug trial surrounding the death of model and Playboy Playmate Anna Nicole Smith in which two physicians and a lawyer were accused of providing her with powerful and dangerous medications. One......