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  • Student with Tourette’s takes spokesman stance, appears in documentary

     
    In October, fourth-grader Bradley Wilinski couldn’t stop making a high-pitched noise like a fire engine. Rhythmically, and without control, he’d whoop — at home and …...
  • Michael Douglas checks in after chemo, radiation

     
    Michael Douglas, who was diagnosed with Stage 4 throat cancer in August and went through eight weeks of radiation treatments and chemotherapy, touched base with the Hollywood Reporter in an exclusive interview published Tuesday. Rest easy, concerned...
  • Keep pets safe during holidays

     
    A holiday message from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals: While enjoying family and friends and decorating during the holidays, pet owners are reminded to be aware of potential hazards that certain treats and decor can pose...
  • Album review: Kanye West, 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy'

     
    3.5 stars (out of 4) It’s sometimes easy to overlook given Kanye West’s notoriety as a celebrity who can’t seem to go three months without being portrayed as a jerk, but he has made some of the last decade’s most......
  • The most powerful of the graphic cigarette warning labels play into our deepest fear: ugliness

     
    It remains to be seen whether the FDA's graphic cigarette warning labels will be effective. The proposed ads offer up a variety of in-your-face reality checks: a lung fill with tumors, a woman crying because she got cancer from secondhand......
  • 'Dexter' recap: What a night!

     
    A lot happened on Sunday night’s episode, but the one thing that stuck with me was a desire to implore the writers of “Dexter” to please give Deb Morgan a break already. I was half laughing, half groaning when she......
  • 'How I Met Your Mother' recap: Little girls made of sugar and spice

     
    Is it easier to raise a boy than a girl? Marshall (Jason Segel) seems to think so. His list of possible baby names only includes boy names, most of which Lily (Alyson Hannigan) vetoes thanks to the bad memories and......
  • Friday Five: 5 ways to boost your immune system

     
    No one likes being sick. Especially when they are on vacation! That's why I'm doing the following five things to boost my germ-fighting power: 1) Drinking green tea. Seemingly touted to cure everything from cancer to ingrown fingernails, green tea is also...
  • Will Michael Douglas' cancer be a factor at the Oscars?

     
    The Oscars may be bestowed by an academy, but that group is really a family of film veterans who, like most clans, usually rally together in times of crisis. Concerns run high in Hollywood right now over Michael Douglas' bout with Stage 4 cancer. On the...
  • Actress Kim Novak undergoing breast cancer treatment

     
    Actress Kim Novak has breast cancer....
  • Caught in the Web: Reactions to Lakers' 82-74 preseason loss to Utah Jazz

     
    --The Times' Mike Bresnahan details Shannon Brown's off-season work (long hours in a really hot gym) and how that could make him into a more complete player this season. --The Riverside Press Enterprise's Jim Alexander explains how age and fatigue will...