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  • Samuel T. Cohen dies at 89; inventor of the neutron bomb

    Samuel T. Cohen dies at 89; inventor of the neutron bomb
    Samuel T. Cohen, the father of the controversial tactical nuclear weapon known as the neutron bomb, which was designed to kill people and other living things but inflict minimal damage on buildings and other property, died Sunday at his home in Brentwood....
  • Thomas Eisner dies at 81; entomologist who studied insect chemistry

    Thomas Eisner dies at 81; entomologist who studied insect chemistry
    Thomas Eisner, who became known as the "father of chemical ecology" as a result of his pioneering studies of how insects use chemicals to mate, elude predators and capture prey, died March 25 at his home in Ithaca, N.Y. He was 81 and had Parkinson's...
  • Dining: Cafe Gratitude in L.A., for the vegan Stuart Smalleys of the world

    Dining: Cafe Gratitude in L.A., for the vegan Stuart Smalleys of the world
    Written on the mirror of the women's bathroom at Café Gratitude, a new raw and vegan restaurant, are the words, "I adore myself and everyone else." The sentiment is part of the positivity campaign that the restaurant has been waging since opening on...
  • Chronic itch: Every bit as debilitating and depressing as chronic pain

    Chronic itch: Every bit as debilitating and depressing as chronic pain
    If you've had it, you would know. Chronic itchiness -- often the result of skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema or allergies -- disrupts sleep, dims pleasure and limits activities. Just as much as chronic pain does. Now it's official: A study...
  • For long life, reach for the pumpkin, carrots and squash

    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...
  • Rodriguez: Land of the free, home of the fake

    Rodriguez: Land of the free, home of the fake
    Kim Kardashian's butt is real. Some haters said it was fake. To prove them wrong, she had a doctor take X-rays to show that it was implant-free. Odd as it sounds, when a symbol of trumped-up celebrity has a part of her anatomy authenticated, it's a...
  • 'Torchwood' recap: Off to camp (and in deep trouble)

     
    The latest 'Torchwood' closes with a pretty great reveal, says this recap....
  • Garden Grove man files suit against Firestone over burn injuries

     
    A 64-year-old transient set on fire by a Santa Ana auto mechanic last year has filed suit against Firestone Complete Auto Care alleging that the firm's anti-loitering policy spurred its employee to light the blaze to scare the transient away.......
  • Board probes plastic surgeon's West Hollywood clinic

     
    Unlicensed plastic surgeons: “Before they go to a doctor or physician they should check them on our web site and make sure” they are licensed, she said...
  • Your Stylist: Repairing hair from the summer heat

     
    My hair is in tip top shape at the moment. It’s not fried from sun or chlorine. Nor is it crunchy and brittle from salt water. I’m not bragging. It’s quite the contrary actually. My mid-back length strands are in......
  • Nivea's 're-civilize' ad called racist; company apologizes

     
    Is Nivea's "Re-civilize" ad racist? The print ad in question features a clean-shaven black man grasping the longer hair on a bearded mask of his own face, preparing to throw it away. The phrase “Re-civilize yourself” is boldly emblazoned...