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  • Medical board: Doctor was negligent

    An Irvine-based doctor has lost his medical license for over-prescribing medication to a depressed patient a month before the patient died of an overdose. Dariush Javanshir's license was revoked for prescribing 330 tablets of anti-anxiety medication...
  • Excedrin, Bufferin Recalled Due to Broken, Mislabeled Pills

    Excedrin, Bufferin Recalled Due to Broken, Mislabeled Pills
    WASHINGTON -- Pharmaceutical company Novartis on Sunday voluntarily recalled a number of over-the-counter drugs -- including certain bottles of Excedrin and Bufferin -- due to complaints about mislabeled and broken pills. The Switzerland-based company...
  • Treating menopause symptoms

    Treating menopause symptoms
    Every woman will experience menopause, some in the normal course of aging and some before. It can bring on a host of symptoms in addition to hot flashes. But there are things that women can do, from improving their diet and exercising to finding the right...
  • How much research on marijuana does The Sun want?

    This letter is in response to The Sun's editorial on medical marijuana ("Go slow," Jan. 3). Recently, a medical marijuana panel commissioned by the Maryland legislature recommended two divergent proposals. One recommends dispensaries allow doctors to...
  • Pets needed for emotional support can spark condo disputes

    Pets needed for emotional support can spark condo disputes
    Your condominium or homeowners community may ban pets, but Florida and federal fair housing laws require boards to make exceptions for owners with disabilities. Most people realize these laws cover service animals trained to aid people suffering from...
  • New Law Causes College Students to Scramble for Meningitis Vaccine

    New Law Causes College Students to Scramble for Meningitis Vaccine
    College students, who are new this semester, are required to get a meningitis vaccine before starting classes. "This is my first time. I'm a little nervous, because I'm kind of afraid of needles," said Lan Nguyen, a student at Tarrant County College....
  • Husband Of Plano Woman Found Dead In Creek: 'I'm Going To Miss Everything'

    Husband Of Plano Woman Found Dead In Creek: 'I'm Going To Miss Everything'
    Plano police identified the woman found dead in a creek in Plano, Texas Monday as 49-year-old Denise Stoddard. Chris Stoddard said his nightmare began Friday when he came home and his wife Denise wasn't there. "I thought she was just going for a walk....
  • Downtown businesses hammer out plans for employees during Super Bowl

    Downtown businesses hammer out plans for employees during Super Bowl
    Downtown Indianapolis businesses are hammering out plans on how to continue work flow during Super Bowl week. There are 120,000 people who work downtown and starting Jan. 19, they might see changes in their routes to and from work. "If you normally come...
  • Local biotechs slash cost of genetic mapping

    Local biotechs slash cost of genetic mapping
    CARLSBAD, Calif. - Major breakthroughs in genetic mapping were announced Tuesday by rival biotechnology companies from the San Diego area. Both Life Technologies and Illumina said they developed genome-mapping machines that will cost approximately...
  • Alternative approach to thyroid?

    Alternative approach to thyroid?
    My doctor told me that I might have a low thyroid. Are there any natural ways to treat it? Are there certain foods that can help my hypothyroid condition? Hypothyroidism is a medical condition in which the thyroid gland does not produce enough thyroid...
  • Ups and downs of thyroid disease

    Ups and downs of thyroid disease
    Danielle Gayden of Oakland, Calif., had to stick her face in front of a fan for almost an hour to cool down. Second to her intolerance for heat was the anxiety, which caused her heart to beat 200 times a minute and sent her to the emergency room a dozen...