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The bleak chamber of an MRI machine is among the least funny places on earth, but a group of German researchers is using the device to probe the origins of laughter in the human brain. In a paper published Monday in the journal PLOS One, scientists...
Blake Griffin got an X-ray after Game 5 on Tuesday night that was negative and got an MRI on his sprained right ankle Wednesday. The team was waiting for the results. The Clippers are saying that Griffin is listed as a game-time decision for Game 6 of...
Doctors increasingly treat people using tiny cameras, and some patient-safety experts are urging physicians to hit the record button. Marty Makary, a surgeon at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and author of a bestselling book on patient safety, said...
Ted Kamp wanted to make sure his daughter received the medical treatment she needed. That was his first priority. His second was making sure his insurance would cover things and that he'd pay a fair price for any procedures. The fact that this...
Jack Hoffman had only one thing on his mind as he ran down the field during Nebraska's football scrimmage on Saturday. "Scoring a touchdown," he said. And that is just what the 7-year-old, who has won the hearts of everyone involved with Nebraska...
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Re "Our big appetite for healthcare," Opinion, March 31 Dr. Daniel J. Stone mentions "the Starbucks syndrome in healthcare" when blaming the overutilization of resources on patient demand and doctor apathy. His solutions are accountable care...
"In Scotland, death is considered imminent; in Canada, it's considered inevitable. In California, death is considered optional." Ian Morrison, a Scottish-born futurist and healthcare consultant, was joking when he said those words. But not entirely....
Dreams defy even the dreamer, slipping away as stealthily as they arrive in a mind made credulous by sleep. But what if scientists could read our dreams by using the most advanced medical imaging machines and employing the sophisticated algorithms that...
The Lakers played a short week before hitting the All-Star break. A solid win over the Phoenix Suns was followed by a loss to the Clippers. Kobe Bryant scored just four points with eight turnovers and yet the Lakers managed a 91-85 victory over...
Lakers forward Earl Clark will have an MRI on his sore right foot Tuesday. The team will issue an update on his condition later in the day. The Lakers (24-28) return to Staples Center on Tuesday to host the Phoenix Suns (17-35) after completing a seven-...
BOSTON – The Clippers' Jamal Crawford suffered a broken nose in the fourth quarter of Friday night’s game against the Toronto Raptors and has been listed as a game-time decision for Sunday’s game against the Boston Celtics. Crawford...
L.A. NOWTimes reporter Tom Curwen will join L.A. Now Live at 9 a.m. Monday to discuss his story about Jesus Garcia, a 19-year-old diagnosed with a brain tumor....
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