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Times Staff WriterIt's a weekend adventure trip. You'll hike. Maybe you'll bike. You might jump in a kayak or just hang out by the pool. So you need to pack at least four pairs of shoes, right? Yeah, right. Instead, pack a pair of what shoe manufacturers are calling...
I recently completed a 16-mile city hike on pavement. For the hike, I picked shoes that were comfortable, but by the end of the day I felt like I had bound feet. My toes were rubbing into the shoe uppers. I did, however, wear a great pair of Thorlos...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWho's going to break the news to "The Donald"? Golf, a sport that had such a bright future that Donald Trump invested millions of dollars in luxury courses across the country, is now sinking in popularity faster than vinyl records. Last year alone,...
Tags: Golf, Afghanistan, Horse (animal), Wrestling, Donald Trump
Special to the TimesOne morning last June, Kelly French of Laguna Beach paddled among dolphins in glassy water near San Onofre as he waited on sun-flecked swells to ride a wave. Instead, he met a surfer's worst nightmare. From the deep, a 9-foot white shark surfaced about...
Tags: Death, Animal Attacks, Swimming, Science and Technology, Surfing
Your clothes (and your legs) are letting you down? No problem. You've got questions … I've got answers. Dear Answer Angel: I've built a work wardrobe over the years and need to update it. I work out of my home, so everyday outfits are casual. For...
Tags: Elections, Weddings, Family, Human Body, Human Interest
Your body sends out ongoing signals that tell the world about your health: Your posture, the look on your face, the clarity of your eyes, your energy level and your mood are just a few. But your finger and toe nails also have quite a lot to say about...
PHOENIX - Baseball could field an All-Star team just from the players who will be missing from Tuesday's game. Philadelphia third baseman Placido Polanco and Tampa Bay pitcher David Price became the latest stars to withdraw, and five other starting...
South Florida Sun-SentinelKimberly Grubb brought her baby daughter Norah Saed to a Temple Terrace hospital Friday, because she would not stop crying. Doctors discovered one toe was nearly amputated because of a tightly wrapped strand of hair around her toe, reports WTSP News-10...
Tags: Human Body
It's all too easy to take healthy feet for granted they take you where you want to go without complaint and don't ask for much in return. But, over time, those puppies can really start barking due to corns, calluses, bunions and other assorted ailments....
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsA life jacket -- or a toe tag? That's the question authorities are asking boaters this summer. More people have died on US Army Corps of Engineers waterways since December than in all of last year. You may hear the sound of lapping water at the lake,...
Tribune ReporterJeremy Wariner, two-time world champion and 2004 Olympic champion in the 400 meters, will not compete at this month's World Track and Field Championships in Daegu, South Korea. Wariner's coach, Clyde Hart, said by telephone Tuesday afternoon, "It is my...
Q: You have had several questions about stage fright, so I'd like to share my experience. I am a professional singer, and my daughter gives public presentations as part of her job. We both swear by valerian! It does the trick for nerves if you take it 15...
Tags: Swelling, Pharmaceuticals, Anxiety, Foreign Aid, Insomnia
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