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  • At L.A.'s Lake Machado and adjacent park, a long-awaited restoration

    At L.A.'s Lake Machado and adjacent park, a long-awaited restoration
    When it comes to a battered environment, few places can match Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park, an empire of weeds, trash and vagrant encampments surrounding a polluted lake crawling with nonnative snails as big as baseballs, voracious water snakes and snapping turtles.
  • 3 days after rain, beach water can still make swimmers ill, study says

    3 days after rain, beach water can still make swimmers ill, study says
    Wait three days after it rains before going into the ocean. It’s a warning that public health officials issued to beachgoers this week, as they do after any significant storm in California. But a study released Monday is raising questions about...

    Pebble's latest Steel smartwatch is functional and stylish [Video]

    Pebble's latest Steel smartwatch is functional and stylish [Video]
    More and more tech companies are rolling out smartwatches, the latest in high-tech gear that, in terms of design, only gadget-lovers can appreciate. But now there is another option for regular consumers looking for both style and function. Unlike...

    Bit by bit, a more fit workplace

    Bit by bit, a more fit workplace
    Nearly all of us need to make more time for fitness. Finding that time, though, can seem impossible. But what if you could wedge that workout in at work? If it sounds far-fetched (or a great way to get yourself fired), listen up. Dr. James Levine,...

    Fitbit Force recalled after complaints of wrist irritation, burns

    Fitbit Force recalled after complaints of wrist irritation, burns
    Fitbit is voluntarily recalling the Force, a wristband fitness tracker that won rave reviews -- until users began complaining about skin irritation, rashes and, in some cases, burns. James Park, Fitbit's CEO and co-founder, released a statement...