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  • Investigators: Light was red in 2008 Chatsworth train crash, despite what witnesses said

     
    Live webcast: Today's NTSB hearing in Washington, D.C Federal investigators today expanded on the reasoning behind their conclusion that a Metrolink engineer who, records show, had been text messaging ran a red light before the deadly 2008 collision in...
  • No duh: Surgery success is not linked to phases of the moon

     
    The success of coronary artery bypass surgery is not linked to the phase of the moon, physicians rarely turn into werewolves at night and being bitten by a vampire will not make you immortal. Well...the first one is true, according......
  • Viral link to prostate tumors questioned

     
    A new study conducted in Germany contradicts at least two earlier studies by finding no link between prostate tumors and a virus that had been found in some tumors. University of Utah researchers recently reported that they found traces of......
  • Yoga helps fatigue, inflammation after breast cancer, study says

    Yoga helps fatigue, inflammation after breast cancer, study says
    Practicing yoga for at least three hours a week for three months reduced the fatigue and inflammation in breast cancer survivors, compared with survivors who did no yoga, researchers reported. And the more yoga, the greater the change, the researchers,...
  • Stat-conscious NBA switches to the (advanced) metric system

    Stat-conscious NBA switches to the (advanced) metric system
    Facing the nearly floor-to-ceiling windows in their office, Rajiv Maheswaran and Yu-Han Chang can catch a glimpse of Staples Center. To see the future of the NBA they only have to swivel their heads. Whiteboards inside their office are filled with...
  • Marijuana with a side of ibuprofen: Buzz-killing Rx for Alzheimer's?

    Marijuana with a side of ibuprofen: Buzz-killing Rx for Alzheimer's?
    As a drug, marijuana has certain effects and, depending on why you're taking it, some side effects. And not everyone wants the whole package. New research finds that for patients who consider weed's buzz an unwanted side effect, the answer might be as...
  • Live chat: sex and the prostate patient

    2007-07-30 14:00:50.0 Administrator2: Welcome Dr. Lue, and thanks for chatting with us! 2007-07-30 14:00:55.0 kjohnson: Hello, my name is Kathryn Johnson and I read the article and wanted to know why proton therapy was never mentioned as a treatment...
  • Essentials for the tool shed

    GARDENING books are great at telling us what to do. Occasionally they tell us how. Rarely do they descend to specific information on the subject of tools: which, where, why, when. Gardeners could cripple themselves carrying sacks of manure and compost...
  • Air traffic controllers' labor tactics raise concern

    It's "unsafe" at busy airports throughout the country. There's a "staffing emergency" in air traffic control facilities serving Southern California. A "dangerous situation" in the skies and on the ground is about to "get worse." National Air Traffic...
  • Do Trail Leash Rules Go Too Far?

    Do Trail Leash Rules Go Too Far?
    A dog's nose, of course, is where the trouble all begins. Homer and Chase are running through Solstice Creek in the Santa Monica Mountains on a warm Sunday afternoon. They are splashing in shin-deep water, darting past salamanders and frogs and jumping...
  • Stop the bulldozers

    We have to disagree with The Times' editorial on LAX's many near-misses on the runway. It stated, "LAX's woes center on its dangerous and outdated configuration." Certainly, airport design and geometry are contributing causes of runway incursions, but...