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OutpostsA mother grizzly believed responsible for killing one person and injuring two after rampaging through a campground near Yellowstone National Park has been captured, along with two of her three cubs. Associated Press reports that the sow, estimated to...
L.A. NOWPolice investigators went to a remote area of Malibu Canyon on Monday afternoon after park rangers told L.A. County sheriff's officials that they'd found what appeared to be human remains. It was not immediately clear if the bones, found more......
Remains found in Malibu Canyon said to be that of a woman; link, if any, to Mitrice Richardson is unclearL.A. NOWThe skeletal remains found Monday afternoon in Malibu Canyon are believed to be that of a woman, according to a law enforcement source. Women's clothing was also found near the scene, said the source, who spoke on the condition of......
Booster ShotsThe rotator cuff surgery went well, but is everything back to normal? A new study suggests that despite having successful shoulder surgery, shoulder motion may be not be what it used to be. The study involved 14 participants, average age......
Los Angeles TimesTHE role models are all around us: 60-year-old Sylvester Stallone looking trim and muscular, 65-year-old singer Aaron Neville sporting bulging biceps, and a robust Harrison Ford, 64. What do they have that other men their age don't? Maybe a good...
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The adage "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger" doesn't always apply to distance runners. Promising running careers can be interrupted or cut short -- and training goals derailed -- by overuse injuries known as stress fractures. Repeated pounding...
Special to The TimesONE thing that doesn't shrink when people get older are feet: They enlarge. More specifically, they flatten. The feet's tendons and ligaments lose some of their elasticity and don't hold the bones and joints together as tidily. When combined with...
Special to The TimesIt's a jolly time of year for companies selling health products. The credit cards are flying, wishful thinking hits an annual high, and shopper skepticism doesn't come easy. But many gadgets or supplements have all of the health-enhancing power of a...
Special to The TimesIn Seattle, hometown of Starbucks, coffee is a topic locals debate with buzz-induced fervor -- with a piping cup of java in hand, of course. When baristas hold regular competitions to determine who brews the meanest macchiato, you know the topic has...
Special to The TimesI have tried running many times, but I can only do it for a few minutes, and I find it really uncomfortable. Is walking just as good as running? Can I do that instead? LISA Oceanside -- Running is great for your heart and lungs, and burns more...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt was lunchtime at Loma Linda Academy when the social workers arrived, escorted by a deputy sheriff. They were there to collect the Udvardi children. Amid dozens of students munching sandwiches and chips, school officials found 6-year-old Esther, then...
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