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  • Smoking and vaping bills in Sacramento flirt with trampling rights

    Smoking and vaping bills in Sacramento flirt with trampling rights
    Sometimes, it's good to be unfriendly. California's hostility toward smoking — it was the first to ban smoking in public indoor spaces, and many municipalities have made it illegal in certain outdoor venues as well — has helped give the state the second-lowest smoking rate in the nation (behind Utah).
  • Dodgers Dugout: Intriguing idea featuring Mike Scioscia

    Dodgers Dugout: Intriguing idea featuring Mike Scioscia
    Hi, welcome to another edition of Dodgers Dugout. My name is Houston Mitchell, wishing the United States an early happy 239th birthday. You don’t look a day over 212. Dare I say it? OK, so the Angels’ general manager, Jerry Dipoto, quit...

    Cancer specialist Arthur Porter dies in Panama

    Arthur Porter, a cancer specialist who was facing fraud charges related to a $1.3 billion hospital project in Montreal, died Wednesday in Panama after a lengthy battle with lung cancer, his biographer said. He was 59. Jeff Todd, who helped Porter write...

    Nursing moms fight for insurance coverage of breast-feeding benefits

    Nursing moms fight for insurance coverage of breast-feeding benefits
    When nursing becomes painful or difficult in the days after giving birth, women can turn to certified lactation consultants for advice and relief. But some Illinois women say that when they tried to get their insurers to pay for the service, their...

    Dr. Risa B. Mann

    Dr. Risa B. Mann
    Dr. Risa B. Mann, professor emeritus of pathology and oncology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where she also headed the residency-training program for the Department of Pathology for 20 years, died June 26 at her Chevy Chase home of nonsmoking...