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  • Bill to allow some non-physician abortions is pulled

     
    Bill that would allow some non-physicians to perform certain abortions pulled. In the face of opposition, the author of a bill to allow some non-physicians to perform certain abortions announced she was pulling the measure....
  • Festival of Books: Steve Lopez, healthcare panelists on end-of-life struggles

     
    The panel, one of the last at this year’s Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, was about the uncomfortable subject of death –- and, even so, it drew a lively and clearly appreciative crowd of several hundred to a USC......
  • Health plan chief to head Martin Luther King Jr. hospital

     
    The board of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital has appointed a chief executive to run the private, nonprofit medical center, which is scheduled to reopen in 2014 and replace the troubled King-Drew hospital....
  • Irvine doctor killed while cycling; D.A. charges motorist

     
    The Orange County district attorney's office announced charges Wednesday against a man accused of hitting a Newport Beach doctor with a truck and fleeing. Michael Jason Lopez, 39, of Anaheim faces one felony count of hit-and-run causing death and one........
  • Man arrested in fatal hit-and-run of Newport Beach cyclist

     
    Newport Beach police arrested a suspect believed to have hit and killed a physician riding her bike Saturday morning, police said....
  • Physician's assistant admits to illegally selling painkillers

     
    A physician’s assistant pleaded guilty Friday to a federal narcotics charge for distributing powerful and addictive painkillers to patients he did not examine....
  • Prescription deaths: Lawmaker wants cases reported to Medical Board

     
    The chairman of a state senate committee that oversees the Medical Board said Monday he would introduce a bill requiring coroners to report all prescription drug deaths to the agency—a move aimed at helping authorities identify doctors whose...
  • The Times investigates prescription drug deaths [Video discussion]

     
    Los Angeles Times reporters Scott Glover and Lisa Girion will talk about their investigation into prescription drug deaths at 2 p.m. Thursday in a live video discussion. Their article, which was published Sunday, revealed that in nearly half of the......
  • Steve Lopez: End of life case in New Mexico may affect California

     
    Steve Lopez: There's no way to predict when or if California will offer what's known in Oregon and Washington as Death with Dignity, or physician-assisted aid in dying, but I'll keep you posted on a case in New Mexico that could have implications here....
  • Katherine Jackson shocked to learn reports of her kidnapping

     
    Katherine Jackson learned that she had been reported missing after a broken television in the Arizona spa where she was staying suddenly began broadcasting a report about her alleged kidnapping, according to court documents filed Thursday....
  • Bahrain tear gassing amounts to torture, rights group says

     
    A report says Bahrain has injured and even killed protesters by swamping them with of tear gas, flooding closed spaces such as cars and houses with toxic chemicals....