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Special to the Los Angeles Times"I really want to try cross-country skiing!" pleaded my daughter as we headed toward the airport ladies' room to change clothes so we could hike to the "M" behind the University of Montana and reward ourselves with sweet potato fries on the "hip strip" in...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA few simple techniques can make the difference between a sore back (or other body part) and a strong, healthy one. CHRISTINE BURKE Co-owner and director of Liberation Yoga, Los Angeles Downward-facing dog: The body bends at the hips in an upside-...
L.A. Times Olympics BlogThe Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf had yet to have an MRI of his sprained left ankle but said Tuesday morning he remained hopeful he can play for Canada in the Olympics. "We're far from ruling that out, thatâs for sure,â he......
Booster ShotsFor cardiovascular disease, the best time to intervene would ideally be before a heart attack or stroke ever happened. In at least one group of people, this doesn't seem to work very well, according to a study just published in......
Times Staff WriterPARIS — Hammer pants, samurai pants, genie pants — the kinds of trousers you thought were gone forever were, believe it or not, the centerpiece of the Paris men's shows. After the skinny, cropped, mankle-baring looks in Milan, the big news...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterI USED to look forward to getting knocked up. To me, pregnancy sounded like a mini-retirement. You could walk around in slippers with food stains down your front and groan when you stood up too fast. Greasy hair? Blame those bumptious hormones. Thunderous...
ON THE SPOT by catharine hamm Puffy and huffy: When I fly, my ankles and feet swell up like balloons. I keep my shoes off and even curl my legs under me so they are not dangling. My doctors tell me I should walk around the aircraft, but security rules...
Tags: Travel, Feet, Trips and Vacations, Thomas Pynchon
Premium Health News ServiceIs joint pain holding you back? Perhaps an achy ankle or sore knee is making it difficult to enjoy a run through your favorite park or even a short walk? Or a throbbing hip or shoulder prevents you from driving a golf ball down the fairway or from...
Fox59.com"Never has a player so good been seen by so few people. As Bob (Costas) said that I was one of the few lucky ones. I saw him play in high school and I covered him his entire ABA career. He was a combination of Jerry West, Oscar Robertson, Sam Jones, and...
Forgive my absence from these pages, but I recently suffered a dislocated fracture of my ankle while saving a kitten from a speeding car. The bad news is, it required reconstructive surgery and I have to spend the next six weeks on my butt. The good news...
On Thursday owner Robert Cole said Rapid Redux would not race again and trainer David Wells said he would be going to The Kentucky Horse Park. But there was a catch. The Horse Park is a big place. Wells misunderstood the actual location. "It was an...
Tags: Sports, Arthritis, Horse and Harness Racing
HealthAfter nearly two years of unusual stiffness and pain, 12-year-old Taylor de Castro of Upper Saucon Township was diagnosed with oligoarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), which causes pain and swelling and affects joints such as knees, ankles,...
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