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Some drugs are so common that consumers -- at their peril -- don't think twice about them. But each drug, whether prescription or over-the-counter, poses risks. To highlight these risks, we offer up a few details on five of the most-prescribed...
Depending on whom you ask, marijuana is a dangerous drug that should be kept illegal alongside heroin and PCP, or it's a miracle herb with a trove of medical benefits that the government is seeking to deny the public -- or something in between: a plant...
Booster ShotsIn August, six Harvard Medical School scientists were sickened after drinking coffee from a communal coffee machine: Turns out it was laced with a chemical called sodium azide. The poisoning was revealed last week in an internal memo to faculty......
Four that worry physicians The Chicago Tribune examined four treatments in depth. Medical experts said that the therapies have not been proved to help children with autism and that each also carries risks. IVIG treatment What it is: Antibodies...
Chapter 1 By Steve Lopez Los Angeles Times Columnist Escaping the heat in a hotter clime In a glass house above Malibu, Charlie Bonner is getting set to split for Cabo when the phone rings. Charlie Bonner went to the closet and shoved his wife's...
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Special to The TimesMedical marijuana use has a history stretching back thousands of years. In prebiblical times, the plant was used as medicinal tea in China, a stress antidote in India and a pain- reliever for earaches, childbirth and more throughout Asia, the Middle...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterLifeguard Tracy Geller and his eighth-grade surfing students had been riding waves off Manhattan Beach for about half an hour when his gut told him something wasn't right. All morning, Geller's eye had been drawn to a glimmer in the water near a buoy...
Special to The TimesYou would think my Times article a year and a half ago about getting a mammogram would have convinced my girlfriends to do regular breast checks. But no. I had to get breast cancer before they would go to the doctor. Let me back up. Early last year, a...
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The Fayetteville Observer, N.C.The Cumberland County Health Department is investigating a possible salmonella outbreak involving people who may have eaten at a Fayetteville hotel last week, a release said. As of Monday, 16 people who ate at the Holiday Inn Bordeaux May 7-8, were...
The Santa Cruz SentinelLori Vargas and Taylor Simpson share a bond beyond the special ties of mother and daughter. Vargas not only gave her daughter life 15 years ago, she helped save it with the donation of a kidney April 2. The pair returned to Watsonville on Thursday...
Of the countless painful decisions surrounding a loved one's end-of-life care, among the trickiest is how to provide physical comfort in a way that also provides a dignified ending. "For end of life, the opioids are very important for pain management,...
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Spring break is over and that means your kids are back in close quarters with other kids. And this week a very contagious illness is going around that goes hand in hand with school being back in session. The stomach bug is sending...
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