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  • Men's Health Spotlight

    Men's Health Spotlight
    Robotic surgery was initially developed to target prostate cancer — and today four in five prostectomies are performed by this revolutionary system, according to the National Cancer Institute. Although robotics — the pioneering da Vinci...
  • How my boyfriend took me for a ride

    How my boyfriend took me for a ride
    I was publicly dumped after being with someone for years. My next mistake — let's call him the ex-con — was standing on the sidelines, waiting and watching the sordid drama play out. He was friends with my friends: trust fund babies, college...
  • The Crowd: No Scrooges at Christmas Carol Ball

    The Crowd: No Scrooges at Christmas Carol Ball
    Our very own community treasure and lifesaver, Hoag Hospital, welcomed more than 500 local citizens to its 46th annual Christmas Carol Ball. Produced by the Hoag Hospital Foundation, the gala unfolded Dec. 6 at the St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort,...
  • L.A. will host Chinese, U.S. summit to launch carbon emissions cuts

    L.A. will host Chinese, U.S. summit to launch carbon emissions cuts
    Following up on last week's U.S.-China climate change agreement, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Friday he would invite leaders of Chinese and American cities to a summit in Los Angeles next year to kick-start efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions in both...
  • L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti set to visit Asia on a trade mission

    Like the four mayors before him, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will embark this weekend on a trade mission to China, South Korea and Japan, with an 80-member delegation of local officials and business leaders. The mayor says the goal of the 12-day...
  • Database shows $3.5 billion in industry ties to doctors, hospitals

    Database shows $3.5 billion in industry ties to doctors, hospitals
    Pulling the curtain back on long-hidden industry relationships, the federal government revealed that U.S. doctors and teaching hospitals had $3.5 billion worth of financial ties with drug and medical-device makers in the last five months of 2013. The...
  • A light in the darkness

    I got lost on the way to the church. A few weeks ago, I was heading down Wolfe Street into the complex that is Johns Hopkins Hospital when I drove past Ashland Street. I had to stop at a Citgo station for directions to get back on track. There it...
  • Study finds spiritual care still rare at end of life

    Study finds spiritual care still rare at end of life
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Physicians and nurses at four Boston medical centers cited a lack of training to explain why they rarely provide spiritual care for terminally ill cancer patients - although most considered it an important part of treatment...
  • Bauermeister memorial set

    A memorial service for Ken Bauermeister, who coached baseball and football for 27 years at Newport Harbor High, will be held at 10 a.m. Aug. 18 at Presbyterian Church of the Covenant in Costa Mesa. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version...
  • Ronald H. Agins

    Ronald H. Agins
    Ronald H. Agins   Oct 26, 1932 - August 5, 2012   Ron was born to Harry and Yetta Agins in Corona, California.  He joined the family made up of Leona, Sam, Bette, and Obby.  Ron being the youngest was treasured by all his family.  Friends that he made...
  • Frank Wilson dies at 71; Motown writer, producer

    Frank Wilson dies at 71; Motown writer, producer
    Motown's Frank Wilson wrote and produced hit records for such big names as the Supremes and the Temptations, but he was best known for a single recorded in Los Angeles that featured his own voice — and was never released. Copies of his "Do I Love...