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  • Gamja-Gol does a great gamjatang

    Gamja-Gol does a great <i>gamjatang</i>
    Gamja-Gol on Olympic Boulevard is as legendary a fixture in Koreatown as Canter's, Langer's or the Apple Pan are in their neighborhoods. It's a place untouched by time, where the finish on the black lacquered tables is worn thin by years of use. Its...
  • Living with fibromyalgia

    Living with fibromyalgia
    Do you ever wake up in the morning feeling like you've been hit by a truck? Not only does your body hurt all over, but you're also exhausted. Or perhaps you're familiar with the following symptoms: chronic pain all over your body (with pain and stiffness...
  • Does your doctor know you're an athlete?

    Does your doctor know you're an athlete?
    Despite the health profession clamoring for everyone to exercise, primary-care physicians are often responsible for quashing the very fitness efforts they purport to embrace. Many people report having gone to their personal physicians to seek treatment...
  • How to stretch your inner dancer

    How to stretch your inner dancer
    For a former dancer, nothing is as humbling as bending over and discovering you can't touch your toes. Not even close. The days of side-splits, deep plies and grands battements are long gone. Merely pointing your toes brings on foot cramps. Blame the day...
  • A Closer Look at Erdheim-Chester Disorder

    A Closer Look at Erdheim-Chester Disorder
    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: What can you tell me about Erdheim-Chester disease? ANSWER: Erdheim-Chester disease is a very rare disorder in which histiocytes, cells that help fight infection, multiply and infiltrate bone marrow and then spread throughout the body....
  • 'Real' men do need to see the doctor

    'Real' men do need to see the doctor
    A recurring theme in many letters I've received is the issue of men not going to doctors. "Amy" wrote that her 56-year-old husband, who has a family history of heart disease, has not had a physical in over 20 years! She, like many of us who are concerned...
  • Drug could lower risk of prostate cancer

    Drug could lower risk of prostate cancer
    Prostate cancer is common. So what if there were a drug to lower a man's risk? Well, there is. Charlie Brown is a gardener who knows that prostate cancer is no bed of roses. He's had surgery to remove the prostate, radiation treatments and now hormone...
  • With screenings, cancer diagnoses rise

    With screenings, cancer diagnoses rise
    It's a classic chicken/egg conundrum. Men with a family history of prostate cancer are thought to be more likely to develop the disease themselves, so it is recommended they get screened for the disease more often. But frequent screenings make it more...
  • How old is too old to be treated for prostate cancer?

    How old is too old to be treated for prostate cancer?
    Harvard Health Letters Q. I've heard that doctors feel men over 60 shouldn't be treated for prostate cancer because they're old enough that they are going to die anyway. Is that so? A. Goodness, no. Any doctor will treat a person for cancer if he or she...
  • Gaga for eye beauty

    Gaga for eye beauty
    Lisa Kurts works out five days a week, eats right and stays out of the sun. Her beauty regimen gets more complicated from there, with injections, creams and prescription medication — much of it aimed at enhancing the beauty of her eyes. "Your...
  • Treatments abound for excess sweat

    Treatments abound for excess sweat
    It's a sweaty kind of summer this year. And while the multiple days of triple-digit temperatures have made some people glisten and others drip, everyone seems to be seeking ways to dry off. Some are showering more or slathering on "clinical-strength"...