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Migraine (INACTIVE)

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  • J.B. Shuck has been a bright spot for Angels

    J.B. Shuck has been a bright spot for Angels
    General Manager Jerry Dipoto has been heavily criticized for his winter pitching moves that didn't pan out, Ryan Madson, Joe Blanton, Tommy Hanson and Sean Burnett providing little or no contributions to the Angels this season. But at least one under-...
  • Far-out Angels keep the groove going in 11-2 win over Rays

    Far-out Angels keep the groove going in 11-2 win over Rays
    Injured slugger Albert Pujols was able to witness firsthand Monday night what he saw on television over the last week and a half: an Angels team that has nothing to play for acting like a team that has everything to play for. Shortstop Erick Aybar broke...
  • Joe McKnight, Braylon Edwards are cut by New York Jets

    Joe McKnight, Braylon Edwards are cut by New York Jets
    Joe McKnight and Braylon Edwards are suddenly out of work, surprising cuts by the New York Jets on Monday. For McKnight, a backup running back and the team's primary kick returner the last two seasons, it's the latest setback in a tumultuous summer....
  • Debbie Rowe: Jackson felt like Elephant Man, chose to 'depigment' skin

    Debbie Rowe: Jackson felt like Elephant Man, chose to 'depigment' skin
    Michael Jackson’s ex-wife Debbie Rowe returned to the witness stand Thursday, crying as she described the singer “begging for relief” from medical issues and treatments she said were “horribly painful.” It was the second...
  • Can you learn to love music you hate?

    Can you learn to love music you hate?
    Concert music: I'm supposed to embrace it all. As the socially lucky offspring of professional pianists, I have survived music school, performed songs for actual money and worked in radio as well as a critic passionate about today's composers. That...
  • Pepsi fire left Michael Jackson with no hair, migraines: witness

    Pepsi fire left Michael Jackson with no hair, migraines: witness
    A vintage video of Michael Jackson’s hair catching on fire during the third take of a 1983 Pepsi commercial was played for jurors Thursday as a makeup artist testified about the devastating migraine headaches the pop singer endured because of the...
  • FDA warns pregnant migraine sufferers against anti-seizure drugs

    FDA warns pregnant migraine sufferers against anti-seizure drugs
    The Food and Drug Administration is warning physicians that women who suffer migraine headaches and are pregnant or may become pregnant should not use the drugs valproate or valproic acid to prevent the severe headaches, in light of new evidence showing...
  • Red Wings' top line takes big hit with suspension of Abdelkader

    Red Wings' top line takes big hit with suspension of Abdelkader
    DETROIT -- The Ducks will be facing an altered Red Wings team at a most critical time, in Game 4 on Monday night. What has been the Red Wings' top line, the one carrying them into the playoffs, was dismantled when the NHL suspended Detroit forward...
  • Allergan thrives with Botox but is unloading Lap-Band

     Allergan thrives with Botox but is unloading Lap-Band
    The company: Allergan Inc. Headquarters: Irvine Ticker: AGN Employees: 10,800 Leadership: David E.I. Pyott, chief executive since 1998 Revenue: $5.8 billion in 2012 Net income: $1.1 billion in 2012 Stock price: $108.60 at Friday's close...
  • Crucial test for an outpost of healthcare in South L.A.

    Crucial test for an outpost of healthcare in South L.A.
    Nurse practitioner Matt Tomlin steps into a small patient exam room, logs on to a computer and pulls up a formidable list of ailments for the 57-year-old woman sitting in front of him. Hypertension. Diabetes. Congestive heart failure. Obesity. Anxiety...
  • Marion Sandler dies at 81; World Savings Bank executive

    Marion Sandler dies at 81; World Savings Bank executive
    As one of the first women to hold a position of power on Wall Street, Marion O. Sandler was notable even before she and her husband, Herbert, spent 43 years building Oakland's World Savings Bank into such a major — and ultimately controversial...