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The yards of dank tubing in our midsections form a complex, amazing and absolutely pivotal foundation for human health. And the more that scientists come to appreciate this, the more they anticipate that future medical discoveries will come from the lowly...
Tags: Symptoms, Diabetes, Research, Health Treatments, Biotechnology
L.A. NOWThe state needs to focus on recruiting, educating and retaining teachers if it wants to improve student academic performance, a state task force has concluded. Recent budget cuts, however, have pushed the state in the opposite direction, according to the....
PolitiCalIndependent spending on California elections has soared by 1,600% in the last decade, according to a new analysis from Common Sense, a nonpartisan research group at Stanford University....
South Bend TribuneCassandra Cravens says she breathes air with auto emissions and drinks ground water with potential contaminants, so she chooses to eat organic foods without potentially harmful chemicals. “Pesticides, herbicides and growth hormones may have good...
Tribune staff reporterAmy Francetic was at a child's birthday party in 2004 when she decided it was time to leave Silicon Valley. "I was sitting there listening to 6-year-olds talk about IPOs and whose house was bigger and how much a wedding dress cost," she said. By...
L.A. NOWOfficials of two prominent education organizations Tuesday announced a partnership that eventually could lead some colleges to grant degree credits for online classes offered through a network of currently free, non-credit courses....
American VoicesYEONPYEONG ISLAND, South Korea -- Just down the hill from a South Korean Air Force helipad here sits the air base's barber shop, encased in glass. The front wall is floor-to-ceiling windows displaying shattered toilets in the men's room and a gaping...
For Indianapolis Head Coach Chuck Pagano, it has been a long time since he has spent this much time away from somebody he hopes he spends a long future with. However the player/coach relationship is a bit of a different dynamic than the husband/wife...
Nurse practitioner Matt Tomlin steps into a small patient exam room, logs on to a computer and pulls up a formidable list of ailments for the 57-year-old woman sitting in front of him. Hypertension. Diabetes. Congestive heart failure. Obesity. Anxiety...
Newport Beach resident Stewart Hagestad was runner-up in the Southern California Golf Assn. Match Play Championship, completed Wednesday at Sandpiper Golf Club in Santa Barbara. Hagestad was defeated, two and one, by Niall Platt from Santa Barbara in the...
Tags: Polo, Sports, Water Polo
The annual Fiesta Days celebration is in full force here in our community. Tonight Memorial Park will be jam-packed with locals taking part in the family dinner and fireworks show. I'll be there. Will you? Tomorrow is the grand Memorial Day Parade, where...
Los Angeles TimesPacific bluefin tuna carried radioactivity from Japan’s 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster all the way across the ocean to the shores of California, scientists reported Monday. They didn’t bring much — the levels were far lower...
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