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  • Stitching up New Orleans

    Breaking the rhythm By Bill Taylor Not enough has changed. It's amazing how devastated New Orleans remains. My concern is the effect on the music and culture of the city, traditions passed down organically via neighborhoods, families and homes. It...
  • The mind, as it evolves

    In the fall of 2005, psychiatrist J. Anderson Thomson Jr. was treating an 18-year-old college freshman whom he describes as "intensely depressed, feeling suicidal and doing self-cutting." A few years before, Thomson says, he would have interpreted her...
  • Another study finds no link between mouse virus and chronic fatigue syndrome

     
    For the second time in as many months, researchers have been unable to replicate a controversial study which showed that many patients with chronic fatigue syndrome carry a virus that might be linked to the disease. Researchers are now trying......
  • Paige Miles: 'It wasn't my best and the judges ripped me for it'

     
    The popular sentiment in "Idol"-land today? Poor Paige. Not only will the 24-year-old schoolteacher not be joining the "American Idol" tour this summer, when she got on the phone with reporters earlier today, she sounded as if a tractor had run over her...
  • Kings pregame notes: Jonathan Bernier to get second straight start; Erik Ersberg to see the doctor tonight

     
    Greetings from ... oh, wait. It's Staples Center, not Nashville or St. Louis or St. Paul ... Jonathan Bernier, coming off a shutout of Nashville on Tuesday, will start against the Vancouver Canucks again tonight as the Kings try to......
  • L.A.'s rash of water main breaks caused by rationing, report says

     
    The series of major water main breaks that occurred around Los Angeles last year was caused by the city's water conservation program, which put too much pressure on aging cast iron pipes, according to a city report released Tuesday. The......
  • Do you have festival fatigue?

     
    Do you have festival fatigue? There was a lot of grumbling about Coachella’s policy of only offering weekend passes this time around. Do large festivals like these do more harm than good? For some lower-level acts, Coachella marks their only L.A. stop...
  • 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......
  • The first doctor was wrong: It is rheumatoid arthritis

    The first doctor was wrong: It is rheumatoid arthritis
    This isn't an easy subject for me, but it's one many will relate to. I have rheumatoid arthritis. Thanks to the wonders of medical science and a doctor who worked with me for five years to get my "Molotov cocktail" just right, I am, for the most part,...