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  • 10 trends to dominate 2009's nutrition landscape

    10 trends to dominate 2009's nutrition landscape
    Our troubling economy, concerns about the environment and the desire to prevent age-related ailments are behind many of the top 10 food and nutrition trends that will shape supermarket shelves and restaurant menus in 2009. 1. Recession-proof eating:...
  • Patrick Swayze Hospitalized for Pneumonia

    Patrick Swayze, who has made his battle with pancreatic cancer public, pulled out of a session to promote his new A&E series "The Beast" at the Television Critics Association press tour Friday because he had checked himself into the hospital. "Patrick...
  • Cut health costs, not your care

    Cut health costs, not your care
    Amber Eyerly, 32, says she's never been much good at saving money. But with only minimal raises, at best, expected for 2009 at the Los Angeles public relations firm where she works, Eyerly carefully studied her health insurance benefits package this...
  • The Right Direction

    THE BEGINNING... SM: So you started acting at six on The Andy Griffith Show. Your dad, Rance, was also an actor. RH: My dad was a good teacher. He’d never been to Strasberg, but he’d taken enough classes to understand the fundamentals—just to listen and...
  • George Putnam, longtime L.A. newsman, dies at 94

    George Putnam, the pioneer television news anchorman and conservative commentator whose distinctive stentorian voice was familiar to millions of Southern Californians during his heyday in the 1950s and '60s, died today. He was 94. Putnam, who had been...
  • Health departments fight tuberculosis on both sides of the U.S. border with Mexico

    Health departments fight tuberculosis on both sides of the U.S. border with Mexico
    REYNOSA, Mexico — A ragged-looking man takes deep breaths as a doctor listens through a stethoscope for a stubborn killer. Her verdict is good news. The medication seems to be containing his tuberculosis. The bad news is that doctors can't keep him...
  • How Fast Will The Presidency Age Obama?

    How Fast Will The Presidency Age Obama?
    When a new U.S. President takes the oath of office, he often exudes a youthful optimism. President Obama has been hard at work since the inauguration, but when he leaves Washington, D.C., will he visibly wear the stress of his position? According to a...
  • NBC Prescribes Ryan Murphy Pilot

    "Nip/Tuck" creator Ryan Murphy is bringing a different kind of medical show to NBC. The network is developing a comedy pilot based on the book "Hyper-chondriac: One Man's Quest to Hurry Up and Calm Down" by Brian Frazer. Murphy will direct and...
  • All files pointed to Ivins, FBI says

    Federal authorities released hundreds of pages of documents yesterday in an effort to show that they could prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Bruce Edwards Ivins, the Army scientist who killed himself last week, was the sole person responsible for the...
  • Fashion Critic Mr. Blackwell Unconscious in Hospital

    Mr. Blackwell, known for his witty and rhyming annual worst-dressed list, is seriously ill. The self-annointed fashion critic has been in a Los Angeles hospital and unconscious since Tuesday, Aug. 5, report news sources. His business partner Robert...
  • Ways to volunteer in your community

    Here are a few ways you can get involved in your community: Cat volunteers are needed. Adoptable cats from Animal Resource Foundation will be living at Petco in Newport News. Volunteers will provide full-service care, including cleaning, love and...