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With more than 110,000 people awaiting the gift of an organ in the United States, health professionals know they can ill afford to squander the chance that a grieving family will say "yes" to organ donation. And yet, in this season of gift-giving, two new...
Tags: Chiropractors, Social Issues, Mayo Clinic, Heart Failure, Family
As you gaze across the bountiful Thanksgiving offerings on your table this year, be grateful for the life-extending benefits of orange. Orange as in alpha-carotene. Orange as in pumpkin, carrots and squash, the foods richest in this phytonutrient. A study...
Influenza has for years ravaged domesticated chickens. Now scientists suggest that a small piece of duck DNA might protect the farm birds against the virus -- saving commercial flocks and lessening the possibility that humans could be exposed to dangerous...
Tags: Wildlife, Science, DNA, Throat, Diseases and Illnesses
It's hard to feel upbeat about spring weather if you suffer from seasonal allergies. While other people can spend all day outside without a sniffle, you can barely look at a field of grass or an oak tree without turning into a watery, miserable mess....
Big-time, bed-rattling snoring is more than just a detriment to good sleep or happy relationships. It's also a sign that airways aren't open and clear. In extreme cases, snorers spend chunks of the night gasping for breath, a dangerous condition called...
Tags: Jaw, Drugs and Medicines, Elections, Mouth, Health
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJapan earthquake: Flights to and from Japan canceled at LAX due to disaster Fifteen Friday and early Saturday flights to and from Tokyo's Narita and Haneda airports were canceled Friday at Los Angeles International Airport due to the devastating Japanese...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesGeopolitics. Rhinoplasty. Who knew those would be among the hottest topics in Asia for 2011? It was news to me, and I've been going back and forth to Asia for a quarter-century, with trips to Japan and China last year alone. To see what the Asia...
Dr. Thomas L. Petty, the Colorado lung specialist who pioneered the use of continuous oxygen therapy for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and other lung disorders, died at his home in Denver on Dec. 12 from pulmonary hypertension. He...
THE BEST WAY TO HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM From LAX, All Nippon, JAL, Asiana, Korean, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, United, EVA Airways, Thai Airways, China Southern, Singapore and Philippine Airways offer connecting service (change of plane) to Ho...
Christoph Schlingensief Controversial German theater director Christoph Schlingensief, 49, a controversial German theater director and performance artist, died of lung cancer Saturday. His death was announced by organizers of the Ruhr Triennale cultural...
L.A. NOWLaw enforcement authorities Tuesday night were investigating a written threat that was found on a Thai Airways aircraft that landed at Los Angeles International Airport, the FBI said. After landing shortly before 9 p.m., Flight 794 was taken to a......
L.A. NOWA threatening note found on a Thai Airways jet that landed at Los Angeles International Airport was a hoax, federal authorities said Wednesday. The note found in a lavatory on Flight 794 said a bomb was on the plane. Investigators......
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