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Welcome back, Kulturkampf. We just didn't want to live without you. It's been almost 15 exciting years since Republican National Convention speaker Pat Buchanan announced, "There is a religious war going on in our country for the soul of America. It is a...
Tags: Jesus Christ, Mitt Romney, Ted Haggard, White House, Elections
Today, Salvi and Kimbrell ponder nanotechnology's broader implications for society. Previously, they defined the scope of nanotechnology, discussed its potential drawbacks, predicted its future and weighed government oversight of research and business....
Splitting the cost of kids' healthcare Re "Stealing healthcare from babies," Opinion, Aug. 1 The explanation for President Bush's stance is simple. He thinks that the best government is no government. Expansion of a successful State Children's Health...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAMERICANS with osteoarthritis of the knee may need to wait a little longer for proof that three common approaches actually work. In a review of 42 randomized controlled trials on hyaluronic acid injections, 21 studies on the supplements glucosamine and...
Tags: Health, Diseases and Illnesses, Surgery
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe United States is on track to report its highest incidence of measles cases since 2001, exacerbated by a rise in outbreaks worldwide and by clusters of people who are opting out of the vaccine because of religious beliefs or fears of a purported link...
Times Staff WriterGovernment health officials investigating the anthrax attacks are facing growing criticism for making safety assurances that later were recanted and have ended up eroding the public trust. The controversy came to a head this week when officials from the...
Times Staff WriterTop federal health officials released the anthrax vaccine Tuesday as an experimental treatment for people exposed to the deadly spores, out of concern that bacteria lingering in their lungs may still make them sick. This is the first time the vaccine--...
Times Staff WriterThree senior researchers at the center of a controversy at the National Institutes of Health over moonlighting for the pharmaceutical industry are leaving the government, officials said. The departures come at a time when the NIH is implementing...
Times Staff WritersWASHINGTON — Shifting his Cabinet reorganization back into high gear, President Bush nominated EPA Administrator Mike Leavitt today to head the Health and Human Services Department, which faces a fiscal crunch over the massive medical costs for...
Times Staff WriterPresident Bush nominated Jim Nicholson, the U.S. ambassador to the Vatican and a former Republican Party chairman, to head the Veterans Affairs department today. The White House also announced that the secretaries of Labor, Interior, Transportation...
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON — When a group of senior government scientists announced their opposition to new and restrictive conflict-of-interest rules at the National Institutes of Health last week, they complained that the agency's mission was in danger of being...
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