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My name is Bob, and I know what it's like to be flat on your back for more than two months. My first encounter was for a form of arthritis called Reiter's syndrome — a three-month stay in a Veterans Affairs hospital marked by boredom and...
Tags: Arthritis, Arts and Culture, Music, Music, Bette Davis
Opinion L.A.Two stories -- on a new feature in some Del Webb homes, and on a Tide detergent crime wave -- prove that the private sector has its fingers on the pulse of America....
In the knee-jerk world of home building, flex space, bigger kitchens and upgraded bathrooms are in. Increasingly adaptable bedroom designs may be just the ticket for trend-driving Baby Boomers whose marriages are plagued by snorts, sniffles and wheezing....
Tags: Real Estate Buyers
L.A. NOWConrad Murray trial: The final prosecution witness against Michael Jackson's personal physician told a jury Wednesday afternoon that the singer's death was directly related to an "employee-employer" relationship that developed between the doctor and his...
L.A. NOWMichael Jackson 'fearful' about comeback tour, doctor testifies...
Show TrackerClick here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 23 - 29 in PDF format TV listings for the week of Oct. 23 - 29 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found......
Culture MonsterCharles McNulty reviews "Sleeping Beauty Wakes" at La Jolla Playhouse...
Tears come to Elizabeth Russell's eyes when she thinks of the five Americans her son is accused of gunning down in a moment of rage in Iraq. She prays for them at St. Patrick Catholic Church in nearby Denison: the Navy officer, the Army psychiatrist...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJust in time for the June gloom to lift and the weather to turn hot, the country's biggest dance party returns to steam up the night life scene. The 13th annual Electric Daisy Carnival is back at the L.A. Coliseum, this time with an expanded lineup...
Leon Wittman tweaked his shoulder in 1994 while attempting to keep his basement from flooding during a thunderstorm by scooping water out of a window well with a bucket. His left arm began to ache. He realized about a year later that he rarely used it...
I have suffered from insomnia for many years. My doctor prescribed Ambien, but it doesn't seem to be working very well anymore. I also suspect that it affected my memory. Now the doctor is suggesting the antidepressant amitriptyline (Elavil). The side...
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