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  • Pro golfer goes from fearing for his life to winner's circle

    Pro golfer goes from fearing for his life to winner's circle
    Incredible things happened in the world of pro golf in 2012. --Bubba Watson won the Masters with a shot on the second playoff hole that only a magician or a contortionist could pull off. --Brendt Snedeker won $11.13 million in one day by taking the...
  • Hooked on acid reflux treatment?

    Hooked on acid reflux treatment?
    A welter of medications sold over the counter and by prescription can spell fast relief from the churning discomfort of acid reflux and heartburn, and the class of drugs known as proton-pump inhibitors has grown powerfully popular with Americans. But...
  • Frank McCourt's spinning Dodgers wheels got to go 'round

     
    The U.S. District Court has issued a stay on Frank McCourt selling a TV media rights deal in conjunction with selling the team, not that it will ultimately matter to anyone but him and Fox....
  • The Knux 'Run' with Kid Cudi release new video

     
    Like the skinny jeans they were lambasted for until such gear became standard issue, the Knux can claim to be first on the trend. Hip-hop has long since assimilated into the realm of multicultural "party music"; the Knux's 2007 "Remind Me in Three Days"...
  • Gifts: Give your loved one your heart for Valentine's Day -- and make it honest

     
    Sunday There’s nothing quite like Valentine’s Day to bring on a serious case of sweaty palms and heart palpitations. And let’s be clear: These symptoms are so NOT love-induced, but rather incited by minds hysterically racing between relationship...
  • 'House' recap: Die, Masters, die!

     
    Honesty not only isn’t the best policy, in some cases, it needs to be taken out and maimed. Nowhere is that more evident than when Dr. Martha M. Masters (3M) is confronted with an “ethical dilemma.” (I use the quotes......
  • Jonwayne fires off track from Alpha Pup debut, 'Bowser,' connects Low End Theory with Super Mario Bros.

     
    Last week, local producer Shlohmo described Jonwayne's debut as "intelligent castle music." The joke was clear, but the truth in jest even more crystalline. Like so many of his peers who practically get their bills delivered to Lincoln Heights' Airliner,....
  • L.A. Councilman Rosendahl to undergo surgery to address irregular heartbeat

     
    L.A. City Councilman Bill Rosendahl will undergo a surgical procedure this week to treat a condition stemming from an irregular heartbeat....
  • Coffee studies should warm your heart

    Coffee studies should warm your heart
    Looking for a reason to not give up your coffee habit? Here's one possibility: heart health. Numerous studies in recent years have reported that drinking coffee may be good for the cardiovascular system and might even help prevent strokes. Just last...
  • Freezing heart tissue halts atrial fibrillation better than drugs, study says

     
    An experimental device that uses a catheter-based probe to freeze a tiny area of the heart that causes erratic electrical impulses is much better than drugs at curing atrial fibrillation, researchers reported Monday at the Atlanta meeting of the American....
  • Why getting hooked on fish is good for you

    The link between good health and fish emerged in 1978, after a group of researchers from Denmark reported that the Inuit of northwest Greenland had one-tenth the death rate from heart attack as that of their Danish neighbors. The scientists concluded...