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Group calls on L.A. city leaders to stop issuing film permits for porn in wake of new HIV case [Updated]L.A. NOWAIDS activists are calling on the Los Angeles City Council to suspend new film permits for porn productions after a San Fernando Valley clinic that caters to the industry announced this week that a performer had tested HIV positive. On......
L.A. NOWLos Angeles AIDS activists released a statement late Friday praising adult film star Jenna Jamesonâs response to news that a fellow adult performer tested positive for HIV at a San Fernando Valley clinic that caters to the industry. In an......
I can still see that Oregon lighthouse clearly. The cabin by the lightning field in New Mexico too. And the mystical Mexican hideaway. Since I started writing about travel for the Los Angeles Times near the end of the last century, I've slept in close to...
Tags: Television, Children, Alcoholic Beverages, Family, Entertainment
It used to be that the only adults who read young adult literature were those who had a vested interest -- teachers or librarians or parents who either needed or wanted to keep an eye on developing readers' tastes. But increasingly, adults are reading YA...
The U.S. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, was established in 1969. California residents received $4.8 billion in food stamp benefits in 2009. WHO QUALIFIES: * The program is available to U.S. citizens and many legal residents. *...
The first week after her heart transplant, Eileen Ryan was a wreck. Overcome by weakness, she couldn't stand or walk. Going home from the hospital, she had to rely on a wheelchair. That was in December 2008. By spring, Ryan was steadily regaining...
Tags: Surgery, Heart Attack, Mayo Clinic, Heart Disease, Health
Gary Coleman, who soared to fame in the late 1970s as the child star of the hit sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes" and whose post-TV-series life included a stint as a shopping mall security guard and an unlikely run for California governor, died Friday. He was...
Booster ShotsThe stereotypical Californian may sip chai lattes or guzzle green tea, but we actually drink lots of soda. In fact, 24% of California adults drink at least one soda or other sweetened beverage each day, and an additional 36% imbibe......
Show TrackerABC can exhale now as two of its new Wednesday night comedies -- 'Modern Family' and 'Cougar Town' -- got off to solid starts in both viewers and key demographics. 'Modern Family,' the critically acclaimed sitcom that follows three families......
Booster ShotsInjectable vaccines containing inactivated viruses prevent about 50% more seasonal flu in healthy adults than the intranasal vaccine containing a weakened virus, according to a new report today in the New England Journal of Medicine.* "We have two...
Booster ShotsYoung adults are the least likely among all age groups to get outpatient medical care even though there is plenty of evidence that seeing a doctor once a year or so would benefit people ages 20 to 29 just as......
L.A. NOWWhen it comes to smoking in Los Angeles County, a new public health report released Tuesday found deep disparities depending on education, affluence, race and gender. Nearly a quarter of adults in Quartz Hill -- 21.9% -- are smokers, followed......
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