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  • Bystander CPR linked to improved survival for cardiac arrest victims

    Bystander CPR linked to improved survival for cardiac arrest victims
    A nationwide effort to promote CPR appears to have boosted survival rates for people who went into cardiac arrest in their homes, offices, grocery stores, movie theaters or anywhere else that wasn’t a hospital, new research shows. The data come...
  • ‘Man of Steel’ star Henry Cavill knows how Clark Kent feels

     
    It's a strain to be Superman, even for someone with as sizable shoulders as British actor Henry Cavill. The stress […]...
  • Oklahoma tornado: Hospital 'code black' before flood of patients

    The injured children came into the Children's Hospital at the Oklahoma University Medical Center in Oklahoma City fast. So fast that the hospital set up a triage center in its own facility. "Every once in a while, a trauma trickles into the emergency...
  • 6 people rescued after canoe capsizes off Marina del Rey

    6 people rescued after canoe capsizes off Marina del Rey
    Six people were rescued off Marina del Rey Tuesday evening after their outrigger canoe capsized in rough seas. All were treated and later released after they were pulled from the water about 7:45 p.m., according to authorities. The vessel overturned...
  • New database to help identify migrants who died in desert

    New database to help identify migrants who died in desert
    TUCSON -- The Sonora desert claims the lives of hundreds of people crossing the U.S.-Mexico border each year. Many of the dead -- about one out of three -- go unidentified. Now, there may be an easier way to put a name to some of these suspected border-...
  • Teenager found dead near casino had drugs in system

     
    Alyssa Byrne, the teenager found dead in January near a South Lake Tahoe casino, died of “probable” hypothermia and had drugs in her system, according to an autopsy. Byrne, 19, who was from Petaluma, went missing after leaving the Snow......
  • Alyssa Byrne: Teen likely disoriented before death, officials say

     
    Alyssa Byrne, the 19-year-old found dead last week in a South Lake Tahoe snow drift, appears to have become disoriented after leaving a nearby music festival and shed her ski jacket before her death, authorities said....
  • Hiker rescued from forest after 26 hours in the cold

     
    An Arcadia man who was separated from friends while hiking in the Angeles National Forest was located Sunday night and taken to a hospital after surviving 26 hours in frigid temperatures, Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials said....
  • Hiker recovering after rescue from Angeles National Forest

     
    An Arcadia man was in the hospital Monday after he was rescued from the frigid Angeles National Forest, where he had been hiking with friends. He survived 26 hours in the freezing cold, said Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials. Danny......
  • Slow down, it's Maine

    Slow down, it's Maine
    BELFAST, Maine — The first sign says, "Slow." Then, about 50 feet down this back road in mid-coast Maine, there's a second sign. It says, "Slower." I ease up on the pedal. That about sums up the rhythm of life in this part of Maine, which is...
  • Staying healthy while traveling

    Staying healthy while traveling
    Robert Reid frequently gets sick when he travels. He has suffered dehydration, heat exhaustion, food poisoning and bronchitis. "I thought I was dying when I had several days of bronchitis in Vietnam," said Reid, the U.S. Lonely Planet editor. "Same for...