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  • Lakers vow better effort to complement Andrew Bynum

     
    Before telling reporters that draining his right knee would do very little to improve his health, Lakers center Andrew Bynum actually found out otherwise. Immediately after the Lakers' Game 4 loss Thursday to Boston, Bynum had his right knee drained for...
  • Andrew Bynum plans to play Game 7 against a depleted Boston team

     
    As soon as Lakers center Andrew Bynum woke up Wednesday morning, he was quickly reminded of the pain he feels in the torn cartilage of his right knee. He immediately stiffened. He immediately felt the swelling around the knee. And he immediately...
  • Lakers hope rest pays off today in Game 3 against Utah

     
    It's been four days since the Lakers last played, a long span that's welcomed within these circles, given the ongoing injuries. And that period of rest couldn't have been more beneficial than to Lakers center Andrew Bynum, who has been monitoring the...
  • Drug-laser combination proves effective for diabetic blindness

    Drug-laser combination proves effective for diabetic blindness
    For the first time in a quarter of a century, researchers have identified a new treatment for diabetic macular edema, a potentially blinding disorder that affects about 1 million Americans, researchers said Tuesday. The treatment uses a drug called...
  • Shutting door to treatment

    Shutting door to treatment
    Torrie Gonzales stood at the stove, laughing with her boyfriend as she fried him some eggs on his 23rd birthday. Then she felt him press a flimsy blade against her neck. Struggling on the floor, she pried a paring knife from Reny Cabral's hand, leaving...
  • Shock, but no basis for surprise

    One county supervisor expressed shock, another fired off a press release demanding an investigation. But Monday's revelations that 14 children died last year as the result of abuse or neglect despite being under the watch of child welfare authorities...
  • Isolated by her appearance, she yearned for a place in the world

    Isolated by her appearance, she yearned for a place in the world
    The doctor wasted no time getting started. He took Ana's face in his hands and angled the left side up to the light. He squeezed and pushed the folds of skin on her chin, her cheek and forehead. He separated the eyelids to look at her eye. "Can you...
  • Step by surgical step, a life is transformed

    Step by surgical step, a life is transformed
    When the nurses wheeled Ana Rodarte into the operating room at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, she was already dopey from the sedative she'd been given in pre-op. A heart monitor began to capture her drowsy rhythms. The anesthesiologist covered...
  • Tune in to symptoms of altitude sickness

    Doing what he loved nearly killed Jon Dana. Dana, now 36, a lifelong skier, drove all night from his farm in Richmond, Mo., to Colorado's Winter Park Resort a few years ago. Then he hit the slopes just as he always did. By Day 3, after developing a...
  • Bynum hopes comeback goes swimmingly

    Andrew Bynum said he hoped to begin running in a swimming pool later this week, the latest step in his rehabilitation from a left knee injury that has sidelined him for more than five weeks. The swelling is out of his knee and he has not had any setbacks...
  • For flood-weary Midwesterners, raging rivers, rising floodwaters have become familiar

    With more than a dozen people killed by floodwaters and rivers still rising, weary Midwesterners today weighed not just the prospect of a sodden cleanup but the likelihood that their communities could be inundated again. Families in some areas have...