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Nursing (INACTIVE)

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  • At Heart Attack Grill, diner's symptoms weren't fake

     
    Heart Attack Grill: A diner appears to suffer a heart attack at the Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas....
  • Conservative vs. Liberal: Healthcare

     
    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...
  • Motion Picture & Television Fund fined over patient's death

     
    State regulators have fined the Motion Picture and Television Fund $80,000 for failing to prevent the death of a patient at its nursing home....
  • Motion Picture & Television Fund launches fundraising campaign

     
    The Motion Picture and Television Fund announced a campaign to raise $350 million to support the charity, including a nursing home that was once slated to close....
  • On Location: ‘Criminal Minds’ among shows filming in hospitals

     
    Van Nuys-based company Real to Reel is building a successful business leasing out hospitals to film crews from TV shows such as "Criminal Minds."...
  • Three nursing homes in L.A. County fined over patient deaths

     
    California's Department of Public Health issued fines against three nursing homes in Los Angeles County after concluding that poor care led to deaths at each of the facilities....
  • 'Obamacare' and the rationing myth

     
    As part of their ongoing efforts to dismantle "Obamacare," a.k.a. the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, House Republicans are set to vote Thursday on a bill to repeal one of the law's main cost-control features: the Independent Payment Advisory....
  • Breakfast is served in L.A. classrooms thanks to donation

     
    More than 200,000 Los Angeles students will start their day with a healthy breakfast in their classrooms over the next year under a major new program announced Thursday. The “Food for Thought” program, which will bring food into the classroom....
  • Oakland college shooting: Troubling portrait of suspect emerges [Updated]

     
    A troubled portrait of the man who police say gunned down seven students at a small Oakland college is emerging a day after one of California’s most deadly rampages....
  • Death toll rises to 7 in Oakland religious school shooting

     
    The death toll rose to seven in a mass shooting Monday at a small religious college in Oakland. Oakland police said a suspect was in custody, and a school official said the alleged gunman had been a nursing student at......
  • Putikmade: modern, affordable, L.A.-made pots

     
    Highland Park artist Jennifer Friend will premiere Putikmade, her line of affordable handcrafted garden vessels, at the Grow! garden show in May at the Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden. All of the table and hanging planters are made......