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Sofia Vergara appeared on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday to discuss her bout with thyroid cancer, freezing her eggs and her wedding plans. The "Modern Family" actress, who is a spokeswoman for the hypothyroidism campaign Follow the Script, revealed...
Re "Paying for results, not treatments," Editorial, Dec. 31 Your premise, switching from a Medicare fee-for-service payment model, does not take into account multiple variables physicians must consider. Putting financial burdens on doctors for better...
The blurry vision began early last year. Roy Lawrence ignored it as long as he could. But after falling off a ladder at his construction job, he knew he had to see a doctor. He went to a community health clinic in South Los Angeles, where doctors...
Opinion L.A.On Sunday, Charlotte Allen, who describes herself as a conservative somewhere to the right of Pedro the Cruel, and Diana Wagman, a pacifist, vegetarian, Prius-driving, NPR-listening liberal, explained in separate Opinion articles why they have trouble...
Opinion L.A.Civil liberties activist Michael Adams strikes again with another rap. This time it's the snappy âDonât Touch My Junkâ based on John Tynerâs refusal to be scanned or searched last week at San Diego International Airport. Lyrics include such...
Show TrackerThere's nothing like bonding over a colonoscopy. Since the second season of TNT's "Men of a Certain Age" started last month, the show's three lead characters â Joe (Ray Romano), Terry (Scott Bakula) and Owen (Andre Braugher) â have not......
The long narrow plate arrived at her table, and, like any good food blogger, Shauna James Ahern paused to take it all in: roasted red piquillo peppers — plump with a lentil stuffing — alongside graceful strands of quick-pickled green beans and...
Medical private practice in Los Angeles has some unique features. We Angelenos fear the occasional earthquake, drought and fire, along with the more frequent wrinkles, subcutaneous fat and less than perfect health. Since we cant do much about the earths...
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Special to The TimesFOR THE last few years, I have been treated for a gastrointestinal problem that is monitored by periodic colonoscopies. I'm sure that those of you who are familiar with this test well know how difficult, uncomfortable and unpleasant it is, especially...
Colonoscopy: The very word sends shudders down the spine of anyone who has drunk "the drink" -- the concoction that cleanses the colon so the doctor can later examine it. I've enjoyed three different procedures with three different preps, and I've made it...
Headlines for Monday, May 20, 2013 IN STORES THIS WEEK Jared Leto and 30 Seconds to Mars are back with their fourth album, Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams. Aussie rockers Airbourne return with their second album, Black Dog Barking. The Rolling...
Springfield, MO – Andrew Benten Lewis, born July 26, 1967 died today, at home, surrounded by dear friends and family. Drew’s battle against colon cancer brought local attention to the importance of early detection. “I am so grateful...
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