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  • Gabby Giffords in her own words: 'I want to get back to work'

    Gabby Giffords in her own words: 'I want to get back to work'
    The progress Gabby Giffords has made in her recovery from a close-range gun shot to the head is evident in a new book and television special (see video below). But it's also clear she still has a long way to go. "Gabby: A Story of Courage and Hope"...
  • Dr. Jerome Tobis dies at 96; UCI professor, physician and researcher

    Dr. Jerome Tobis dies at 96; UCI professor, physician and researcher
    Dr. Jerome S. Tobis, a former professor and founding chairman of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at UC Irvine whose long career included a number of precedent-setting studies on physical therapy, cardiac rehabilitation and other...
  • Needy elderly will pay the price for cuts in Medi-Cal

    Needy elderly will pay the price for cuts in Medi-Cal
    When you have a loved one approaching the end, you feel like you're walking along the edge of a cliff in the dark, but at least you've got plenty of company. I'm still sifting through hundreds of responses to my July 17 column about my dad, who took a...
  • Police skeptical that cyclist was injured in road rage incident

     
    Los Angeles police said Thursday that "the facts do not tend to support" reports from the biking community that a cyclist was the victim of a downtown road rage attack....
  • Raising the high-tech bar on workout wear

    Raising the high-tech bar on workout wear
    Back in the day, a runner hit the pavement wearing cotton shorts and a cotton T-shirt, and when things got hot, sweat turned those clothes into a big, wet, stinky mess. Today, fitness clothing is all about nanoparticles that suspend moisture, compression...
  • Seal Beach witness says of gunman: ‘Anybody he saw he was shooting’

     
    Seal Beach shooting: A woman who was getting her hair done by Meritage Salon's owner, Randy Fannin, said she sitting in the stylist's chair when a man walked in and started shooting. The middle-aged Anaheim woman, who would only give her first name as...
  • Willie Nelson sings 'Hell and Back Again' documentary theme song

     
    Willie Nelson sings the theme song to "Hell and Back Again," J. Ralph's documentary on the war in Afghanistan. Composer J. Ralph also wrote music for the Oscar-winning documentaries "Man on Wire" and "The Cove."...
  • Baseball: Game to benefit Cory Hahn

     
    The scout teams from the Milwaukee Brewers and New York Yankees will get together on Saturday, Nov. 19 at 1 p.m. at the Urban Youth Academy in Compton to play a benefit game for Cory Hahn, the former Santa Ana......
  • Steve Lopez: Kicking the elderly when they’re down

     
    Steve Lopez: What a sad, surreal scene in front of the state building on Spring Street Monday afternoon – senior citizen demonstrators on canes and walkers, and in wheelchairs, too....
  • SeaWorld teams up with surgeon to create spine brace for whale

     
    A whale with severe scoliosis obviously can't swim properly. So SeaWorld Orlando, together with local experts, teamed up to create a brace for a pilot whale with severe curvature of the spine, or scoliosis....
  • Twins born conjoined going home 2 weeks after separation surgery

     
    The 2-year-old sisters separated in a grueling 10-hour surgery this month after being born conjoined are strong enough to go home, where they’ll still share a room but will now sleep in separate beds. Angelica and Angelina Sabuco had been......