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  • What would have happened if Lamar Odom had left the Lakers last season?

     
    Lamar Odom and Mitch Kupchak sat together last August at a news conference. It had taken nearly a month for the two to reach this point, but there was finally an agreement. Odom would remain with the Lakers for the next four seasons, worth $33 million,...
  • 'Chavez fatigue' challenges regime in Venezuela

     
    Here, an anti-Chavez blog reports that the bolivar, Venezuela's currency, recently spiked past 8 to the U.S. dollar, and that inflation rose by 5.8% over just one month. "What else do you need to be told to be convinced that the Chavez economy policies...
  • Muscles may get a boost from cool palms

    You're going for one last set of bench presses, but fatigue is setting in. Do you reach for a sports drink? Look to your trainer for motivation? A new study suggests you may want to cool your palms. Cooling muscles between weight-lifting sets has shown...
  • Gear: Golf fitness to a tee

    Gear: Golf fitness to a tee
    Riding a golf cart is so old-school. Golfers are interested in fitness like never before — with Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and other top players working out to play better and physical conditioning increasingly recognized as a performance enhancer....
  • Radiation exposure and the effects on human health

    Radiation exposure and the effects on human health
    As engineers have fought to avert a meltdown at the earthquake- and tsunami-crippled Fukushima No. 1 (Daiichi) power plant, nuclear authorities have reported that spikes of radiation have escaped from the facility at levels that can be dangerous to...
  • Does cancer patient have the right to switch apartments?

    Question: I live alone in an upper-level apartment. I was recently diagnosed with cancer and began chemotherapy treatments. The side effects of the treatment include dizziness and exhaustion. My physician has suggested that I try to minimize my exposure...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Send the legislators home at night

    Send the legislators home at night
    Here's another Sacramento reform for the long "to do" list -- one that wouldn't require a vote of the people or even the governor's signature. Prohibit the Legislature from voting on any bill after sunset. No exceptions -- and especially not a budget...
  • 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...
  • The human factors in LAX safety

    The human factors in LAX safety
    I cannot agree more with the argument in The Times' Nov. 22 editorial, "What LAX really needs,” that improving safety should be the highest priority at Los Angeles International Airport. However, improving safety at LAX cannot simply be achieved, as...