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  • Two dead from West Nile virus in L.A. County this year

     
    Two people have died in Los Angeles County this year of West Nile virus, and 54 cases of the illness have been reported locally, public health officials say....
  • San Bernardino County has first West Nile virus death of year

     
    Health officials say they have confirmed the year's first human death from the West Nile Virus in San Bernardino County....
  • Hantavirus that killed Yosemite visitor is rare in California

     
    Hantavirus, the rodent-borne virus linked to the death of one Yosemite National Park visitor this year and the serious illness of another, is relatively rare, public health officials say....
  • Yosemite traps mice after man dies of rare rodent-borne disease

     
    Yosemite National Park officials and cleaning contractors have stepped up efforts to disinfect the park's cabins and other lodgings, and are trapping and testing mice after a rare rodent-borne disease claimed the life of a man and made a woman ill....
  • Sports doctor answers: 'Would I let my son play football?'

     
    A sports doctor tells us why he would allow his son to play football....
  • Some L.A. County mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus

     
    A fourth sampling of mosquitoes in L.A. County has tested positive for West Nile virus, with some of the hottest days of the year still to come, officials said Monday....
  • Warnings issued after Santa Ana child contracts typhus

     
    Orange County health officials are urging residents to keep their pets, yards and homes free of fleas after a Santa Ana child contracted typhus....
  • Travel tips from Los Angeles Times readers

    Travel tips from Los Angeles Times readers
    Go ahead — we dare you to read this list of travel tips and not clap your hand to your head and say, "Why didn't I think of that?" When we asked readers to contribute their best tips for travel, we were overwhelmed by the number and comsengen (a...
  • Nearly 5,000 pounds of Trader Joe's chicken and rice recalled

    Nearly 5,000 pounds of Trader Joe's chicken and rice recalled
    Trader Joe’s is facing yet another recall, this time affecting nearly 5,000 pounds of its store brand Butter Chicken with Basmati Rice, which may be contaminated with listeria bacteria. The producer of the product, Canadian company Aliya’s...
  • Nutrition is elementary in No Kid Hungry campaign

    Nutrition is elementary in No Kid Hungry campaign
    Every morning, children at hundreds of Los Angeles schools start their day hungry, making it tough to learn much or to get through the morning without a trip to the nurse with headaches or belly pains. That doesn't happen at Rosencrans Elementary School...
  • For the self-reliant, the wild is a free buffet

    For the self-reliant, the wild is a free buffet
    On an overcast Saturday morning, Christopher Nyerges — the head of Eagle Rock's School of Self-Reliance — gingerly skirts a feral clump of bright green weeds. "Always watch where you're stepping 'cause you might be stepping on our lunch,"...