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Full-fat, low-fat or skim? Used to be, there weren't many choices to make over what to pour on your cereal. But the number of alternatives to cow's milk -- soy, goat's, hemp milk, more -- has steadily grown. Each has its fans: those who swear by goat's...
Brand XShould he stay or should he go? Even Republicans furious at Rep. Joe Barton for his apology to BP: Public relations liability Barton is a nightmare for the GOP. Unless the top Republican on the Energy and Commerce Committee is removed from his starring...
My dad did everything he could to look his best that morning. He shaved, brushed his hair and changed into a clean shirt. I stepped into his room, where he lay on his bed, propped up with pillows. His face was pale and his eyelids heavy; an oxygen...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThree years after they stopped hormone replacement therapy, women who took the drugs still had a 27% higher risk of developing breast cancer than those who took a placebo, researchers reported today. The women were participants in the Women's Health...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBy Dinah Lenney, Special to The Times September 1, 2007 There's no doubt that Alan Cheuse likes women. They've written many of the books the longtime NPR literary critic recommended this summer. A prolific author, Cheuse has written from a female point of...
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Keep up-to-date with the latest health headlines. Every day, you'll find links to the newest articles on medicine, health and wellness -- the information you need to stay informed. -------------------- (LAT) Americans' frustration with high health...
Special to The TimesIf you are lucky, this is the way cancer treatment ends, not with a bang but a whimper. Let's see, of the treatments listed for me in November: chemo--it's done; surgery--done; radiation--done. It remained only to go see my oncologist, Dr. James Waisman,...
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Fred Dickey last wrote for the magazine about illegal immigrant labor.Jay Cohen believes he knows what went wrong in Michael Hope's life. Hope, 56, sits in his home in the San Gabriel Valley and tries to use his brain, an effort of tortuous frustration for a former quick-thinking business executive. Not only does he suffer...
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Fifth Annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Health & Fitness to Feature Top Medical and Holistic Health Experts Oct 4-5 at USCLOS ANGELES, Sept. 12, 2003 – The fifth annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Health & Fitness will feature 42 panel sessions conducted by some of the nation's top medical and holistic health experts specializing in a wide variety of areas...
This is the first of a two-part series updating women of all ages on the use of hormones. It is a pleasure to be back putting pencil to paper with good news for women going through "the change." A Global Consensus Statement, hot off the press in the...
DAY TRIPPIN' •Eagles/Carolina pre-season game, Aug. 15. $80. Whitehall-Coplay PTO, Rhonda, 610-266-1995. •"Noah," lunch at Shady Maple, July 24. $88. Landis Valley Village, Wilbur Chocolate, Sturgis Pretzels, lunch, Aug. 20. $74. "Motown,"...
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