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  • Be careful which Maalox you pick up, FDA says

     
    The packages say Maalox Advanced and Maalox Total Relief, and consumers might justifiably think that they are simply two versions of the same product. But they are not, and mix-ups have resulted in at least five reports of serious adverse......
  • Another FDA warning, this time about ear candles. Ear candles?

     
    Here's a really stupid idea: ear candles, fabric tubes soaked in beeswax or paraffin, inserted in the ear, and set on fire. The candles are being marketed as treatments for a variety of conditions, including ear wax buildup, sinus infections,......
  • Aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease: In one patient group, it may not work well

     
    For cardiovascular disease, the best time to intervene would ideally be before a heart attack or stroke ever happened. In at least one group of people, this doesn't seem to work very well, according to a study just published in......
  • Live review: Broken Bells at the Troubadour

     
    Nearly 30-minutes into an hour-long set, and in the midst of a rather ornate keyboard-led number, Broken Bells lead singer James Mercer tried to put a naive lover in her place. "You got me wrong," he sang during the chorus......
  • Bamboozle Left fans see lots of smoke but little musical fire

     
    Just after commenting on the profligacy of marijuana smoke in the audience at Bamboozle Left festival on Saturday, Circa Survive singer Anthony Green had a stoner revelation of his own. “Look over there, it’s the moon and the sun, both......
  • 'The Vampire Diaries': An alternate universe where Stefan is fun

     
    Tonight's episode of "The Vampire Diaries" is called "Under Control," but after what Stefan did last week, I'm pretty sure the title may be slightly misleading. Mystic Falls has been completely turned on its head. Stefan is out for human......
  • IRAQ: Human Rights Watch interviews detainees from Baghdad secret prison

     
    Last week, the Los Angeles Times revealed the existence of a secret Iraqi government prison that operated from last fall until its closure this month. Human Rights Watch has now interviewed detainees who had been held in the facility. The......
  • When doctors and patients bargain over health

    I'm staring at a brand new pet: my lucky turtle. He's sitting on my desk right next to my computer monitor, smiling at me, cheerful and friendly. He's low maintenance, my turtle -- just a little silver charm, a trinket. He was given to me by the...
  • For one Iraqi general, a tale of lost hope and honor

    For one Iraqi general, a tale of lost hope and honor
    Late at night, when he can't sleep, the Iraqi general paces past the dimly lighted model homes and construction sites of his Cairo neighborhood. He avoids the main streets, crammed with shopping malls and restaurants. He doesn't want to run into other...
  • Delivering dual benefits

    Sandra Andrade lay in her hospital bed, overcome with anxiety about her newborn son. All through her pregnancy, she had worried. The placenta was blocking her birth canal and growing into other organs. She knew she needed a Cesarean: If she went into...
  • Two lives emerged from the ashes

    Two lives emerged from the ashes
    Lisa Misraje Bentley watches the boy in the No. 8 jersey as he careens across the soccer field and she marvels. His lower face a mask of scar tissue, his left arm gone at the elbow, the toes on his left foot missing, he zigzags along the green grass in...