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  • Md. health insurers' 'fail first' policies jeopardize patient health

    Md. health insurers' 'fail first' policies jeopardize patient health
    Absent from the critical debate in Maryland over how to rein in health care spending has been a serious examination of the dangerous and expensive policies that some Maryland health insurers have enacted in the name of cost containment, and their...
  • Work ethic springs trampolinist Deana Parris to new heights

    Work ethic springs trampolinist Deana Parris to new heights
    Deana Parris had a decision to make. A year after she joined the trampoline team at the Fairland Sports and Aquatics Center in Laurel, her parents declared that she and her brother had to pare down their many extracurricular activities to two each....
  • Selena Gómez padece lupus, según publicación

    Selena Gómez padece lupus, según publicación
    La actriz y cantante estadounidense Selena Gómez, quien suspendió sus presentaciones de enero en Australia y Asia de la gira "Stars Dance", padece desde hace un par de años lupus, una enfermedad autoinmune, afirmó hoy el portal Popdust. "Fuentes...
  • ¿Se amistaron Justin Bieber y Selena Gómez?

    ¿Se amistaron Justin Bieber y Selena  Gómez?
    Una foto que el canadiense Justin Bieber publicó el fin de semana en las redes sociales, y en la que aparece abrazado por su exnovia, la actriz y cantante Selena Gómez, alimenta el rumor en los medios locales de un posible nuevo romance entre ambos...
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Jerry Maguire' on CMT

    Friday's TV Highlights: 'Jerry Maguire' on CMT
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of August 4 - 10, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES Magic City As Ike and Ben (Jeffrey...
  • Debbie Rowe: Jackson felt like Elephant Man, chose to 'depigment' skin

    Debbie Rowe: Jackson felt like Elephant Man, chose to 'depigment' skin
    Michael Jackson’s ex-wife Debbie Rowe returned to the witness stand Thursday, crying as she described the singer “begging for relief” from medical issues and treatments she said were “horribly painful.” It was the second...
  • With Babyface's help, Toni Braxton is ready to sing again

    With Babyface's help, Toni Braxton is ready to sing again
    In February, Severn native Toni Braxton said she was ready to retire from music to focus on acting. Even though the 45-year-old singer has sold more than 60 million records worldwide and has six Grammy Awards on her shelf, Braxton was "a little depressed"...
  • Michael Jackson thought his face was disfigured, Debbie Rowe says

    Michael Jackson thought his face was disfigured, Debbie Rowe says
    After 3 1/2 months of sometimes tedious testimony from medical experts and accountants, the  Michael Jackson wrongful-death trial took a deeply personal turn this week as the singer’s ex-wife provided emotional testimony about his eccentric life and...
  • Hard Rock poker player falls shy in bid to finance boyfriend's new kidney

    Hard Rock poker player falls shy in bid to finance boyfriend's new kidney
    Sure, Krystal Seiling wanted the fame and glory of making a huge poker score. But she was playing for something more. She wants to get her boyfriend a new kidney. He has been fighting lupus for 12 years. "He just comes from a different place," Seiling...
  • Annual Sally E. Nyborg field hockey tournament set for Saturday

    Annual Sally E. Nyborg field hockey tournament set for Saturday
    Roland Park will host the Sally E. Nyborg Invitational tournament Saturday. In addition to the host Reds, No. 9 Westminster, No. 11 Severna Park, Fallston, Bethesda-Chevy Chase and St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.) will take part in the event. The...
  • Basic biology may explain higher death rates for boys

    Basic biology may explain higher death rates for boys
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - It's known that women, as a group, outlive men, but the female survival advantage begins at birth and may stem from some fundamental vulnerability of boys, according to a new study. Researchers looking at U.S. national data on...