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Booster ShotsWhen it comes to stroke risk, living in the Stroke Belt is one thing. Being born there is another. But both contribute to the risk of dying from a stroke. And if you're both born in the region -- generally,......
Top of the TicketA gallery over the years of politics, summer and the remarkable photos they produce....
Booster ShotsMany Americans live far from primary stroke centers, a new study finds, putting them in possible danger if care can't be given quickly. The study found that about 55% of people have access to a primary stroke center within an......
Booster ShotsMexican Americans are less likely than Caucasians to call for medical assistance after a stroke, but an alarmingly low proportion of both groups actually called for help and less than a third arrived at a hospital within three hours of......
It started that morning with a headache-an agonizing sensation of crushing pressure, just short of bone shattering-along one entire side of my skull. My husband, Larry, suggested calling the doctor; I opted for two aspirin. My logic was perfect in...
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Cloned beef on the menu: The FDA is set to clear the way for cloned animals to make their way into the food supply. Women with infretility problems experience less breast cancer. Stroke risk is declining among Americans. Living closer to a main road may...
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Day after day, year after year, two mothers sat vigil beside their children. They sang snatches of favorite songs. They told bright stories out of fragments of the past: Remember when you put that snake in my flowerpot? Remember...
Times Staff WritersWASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration on Friday warned physicians to consider alternatives to the popular arthritis drug Celebrex because of new evidence that, like the similar drug Vioxx, removed from the market in September, it doubles the...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesFrank Sinatra crooned that love is lovelier the second time around. And maybe it is, as long as it's not your own mom or dad who's found someone new. When that happens, it doesn't matter if a child is 6 or 60, experts say. The revelation can be a...
Tags: Sex, Entertainment, Health, U.S. Supreme Court, Social Sciences
VarietyCANNES -- Striking fast at Cannes, Film Movement has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Sebastien Betbeder's "2 Autumns, 3 Winters," a film in France's long tradition of contemporary relationship dramas. Sold by Alpha Violet, and unspooling over two...
Tags: Toronto (Canada), Uruguay, Entertainment, Germany, France
He was a wreck, this stranger sitting alone in front of the nurses' station at the hospital. It might have been Tom Walsh's first day as a trauma volunteer, but life experience told him that this man was the man he'd been called to help. This man's...
HartfordThe Joint Commission has designated The Stroke Center at Hartford Hospital as New England and Connecticut's first Comprehensive Stroke Center. The recognition from The Joint Commission and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association means...
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