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Migraine (INACTIVE)

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  • High fashion in the medicinal high business

    The physician was wearing high heels, a tight-fitting white lab coat and lots of gold jewelry, which is not quite what you expect to see when you visit a pot doctor. Nor do you expect to see a chandelier the size of a Christmas tree in a waiting room...
  • Civic activists in L.A. have growing appetite to curb medical marijuana clinics

    Civic activists in L.A. have growing appetite to curb medical marijuana clinics
    The little clinic rests along a graceful curve of Eagle Rock Boulevard also occupied by a karate studio, a barber and a smattering of modest houses, one with a basketball hoop. The building, marked only by a metal placard that says "Cornerstone," is...
  • Woman arrested after her daughter reports her driving recklessly

     
    A Santa Barbara woman has been arrested for driving under the influence of drugs after her daughter called 911 to report that her mother was driving recklessly, CHP officials said Friday. CHP officers arrested Kathryn Relis about 8:30 a.m. Thursday,......
  • 'Shutter Island' shows the power of isolation

     
    When Paramount decided to move "Shutter Island" from October to February, some wondered if the studio had a bigger headache on its hands than the migraines felt by Leonardo DiCaprio's character in the film. It didn't help that the pulp-ish......
  • Don't dismiss aspirin for those migraines

     
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  • 3-D TV: Yay! Or nay?

     
    In 2010, the Hollywood studios can be said to have definitively thrown their hats into the 3-D ring, especially when it comes to blockbusters. Wearing 3-D glasses for a couple of hours in a dark movie theater is fine, but what about 3-D TV? Would you...
  • Tiger Woods and Ron Artest have both publicly confessed transgressions, but with different results

     
    Perhaps Tiger Woods thought if he asked us nicely to stay out of his personal life, his name would instantly fall out of the headlines and everyone would forget about any voice mails and car crashes and extramarital affairs. Well,......
  • Fitness goes high-tech with these gadgets

     
    Need a workout boost? Go for a gadget. Sure, you could buy a top-of-the-line treadmill. Or one of those cool fitness apps that shows you how to do exercises. Or clothing that molds you in all the right places so......
  • Were the Emmys too much for Kristin Chenoweth? Medics treated her backstage!

     
    Paramedics backstage at the Nokia Theatre treated Kristin Chenoweth Sunday night after her tearful acceptance speech. The star, who won her first Emmy -- outstanding supporting actress in a comedy -- for her role in ???Pushing Daisies,??? a show that........
  • Surgery may cure some cases of migraine

     
    Surgery to remove so-called trigger points for migraines can lead to dramatic improvements in patients' health, researchers from University Hospitals in Cleveland reported today at a Seattle meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Although...
  • Benefits 'O'-verall

    Sure, orgasms can put a bounce in one's step, but some studies hint they might also be good for one's health. * Heart: Lots of studies have looked at whether DHEA, a hormone released into the bloodstream during arousal and orgasm, helps keeps arteries...