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  • Jahi McMath case: Oakland hospital gets positive state review

    Jahi McMath case: Oakland hospital gets positive state review
    The attorney for the family of Jahi McMath — the 13-year-old Oakland girl who was declared brain-dead after a complicated surgery to remove her tonsils — is assailing conclusions by investigators that the hospital largely followed state...
  • SXSW tragedy: 2 dead, 2 critical after car plunges into crowd

    SXSW tragedy: 2 dead, 2 critical after car plunges into crowd
    HOUSTON — Doctors who treated those injured in an overnight crash at the SXSW festival, including the driver, said at least two remained in critical condition. “These are the worst injuries we see and not everyone survives,” said Dr....
  • Drugmaker reverses course, offers treatment to stricken 7-year-old

    Drugmaker reverses course, offers treatment to stricken 7-year-old
    A 7-year-old Virginia boy struggling with a serious infection began a potentially lifesaving drug treatment Wednesday after his family's awareness campaign went viral and spurred the FDA and a pharmaceutical company to fast-track a new drug trial....
  • South Sudan ponders the road ahead after ethnic killings

    South Sudan ponders the road ahead after ethnic killings
    JUBA, South Sudan — Concealed in the Nile River reeds, mothers and their children crouched underwater, holding their breath as long as possible, as South Sudanese militias on the bank argued whether to hunt down and kill dozens of people hiding...
  • William Guarnere dies at 90; member of legendary WWII 'Band of Brothers'

    William Guarnere dies at 90; member of legendary WWII 'Band of Brothers'
    William Guarnere didn't have to go to war. At the time of the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941, he was building tanks at the old Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia, a job considered crucial to the war effort and good for an exemption from military...
  • AMN Healthcare Services poised for healthy growth under Obamacare

    AMN Healthcare Services poised for healthy growth under Obamacare
    In the age of Obamacare, AMN Healthcare Services Inc. would appear to be in a healthy position. The San Diego company is the nation's largest healthcare staffing firm, and if the Affordable Care Act proves successful in its goal of providing...
  • LAPD officer injured in Beverly Hills crash released from hospital

    LAPD officer injured in Beverly Hills crash released from hospital
    A rookie LAPD officer badly injured in Beverly Hills on Friday when a large truck slammed into her police cruiser and killed her partner has been released from the hospital, a department spokeswoman said. The officer, originally listed in critical...
  • A community makes a difference in providing effective healthcare

    A community makes a difference in providing effective healthcare
    Patients begin lining up outside Capitol City Family Health Center before the doors open at 7:30 a.m. The clinic, on a ragged stretch of the boulevard that separates the black and white sections of town, is a refuge for thousands of this old southern...
  • Sherwin Nuland dies at 83; surgeon wrote 'How We Die'

    Sherwin Nuland dies at 83; surgeon wrote 'How We Die'
    Dr. Sherwin B. Nuland was a respected surgeon and bioethicist at Yale University and author of two modestly successful books when he was approached in the early 1990s by a young literary editor. The agent was looking for someone to write a book about what...
  • Plane catches skydiver's parachute; both crash, but all survive

    The wing of a small plane flying a few feet off the ground clipped the strings of a parachute Saturday in Florida, flinging the skydiver into the air and slamming the plane nose-first into grass. Both pilot and skydiver survived. In fact, neither...
  • Dr. Frank Jobe, best known for Tommy John surgery, dies at 88

    Dr. Frank Jobe, best known for Tommy John surgery, dies at 88
    In the summer of 1974, Dodger pitcher Tommy John heard his arm snap like a guitar string after delivering a pitch. The torn ligament was the type of injury that commonly ended athletic careers, but John, then a 31-year-old star, pushed team doctors "to...