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  • What is salmonella and how can it be prevented?

    "Salmonella" bacteria are the most frequently reported cause of foodborne illness. In order to reduce salmonellosis, a comprehensive farm-to-table approach to food safety is necessary. Farmers, industry, food inspectors, retailers, food service workers,...
  • Fear of tomatoes

    Andrew C. von Eschenbach, commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, visited the editorial board Wednesday. The FDA is facing an outbreak of salmonella in tomatoes and attempting to upgrade its processes to deal with the changing food market....
  • No need to whisper: Lauren Shuler Donner has lupus

    No need to whisper: Lauren Shuler Donner has lupus
    LIKE ANY small town, Hollywood has its secrets. There are affairs, divorces, drug abuse. But no secret is as carefully guarded as a celebrity suffering with a chronic illness. Acknowledging publicly that you're ill could mean instant unemployment....
  • A new era for Ebert-less 'At the Movies'

    A new era for Ebert-less 'At the Movies'
    "At the Movies," the syndicated series that introduced the TV-watching masses to passionate on-air debates about film, is about to get a major face-lift. Disney Domestic Television announced Tuesday that critic Roger Ebert -- who's been off the show...
  • Pressure points: Life at Harid Conservatory

    You can't miss the mirror in Studio B at Harid Conservatory. It's 8 feet tall and stretches the length of one wall, so the ballet dancers see everything - good and bad. A shaky pirouette. A flat landing. A bulging thigh. Every mistake, every bit of fat,...
  • The real woman behind 'Lars'

    The real woman behind 'Lars'
    FOR decades, Nancy Oliver wrote plays that her old Florida State University pal, screenwriter Alan Ball ("American Beauty"), occasionally produced on small stages. Oliver put obscurity behind her with a critically acclaimed television series and an...
  • Oases in Navajo desert contained 'a witch's brew'

    Cameron, Ariz. -- IN ALL HER YEARS of tending sheep in the western reaches of the Navajo range, Lois Neztsosie had never seen anything so odd. New lakes had appeared as if by magic in the arid scrublands. Instead of hunting for puddles in the sandstone,...
  • Britney's Law? Not so crazy

    Wouldn't it be something if the giants of mental healthcare reform in California turned out to be three men named Lanterman, Petris and Short -- and a pop singer by the name of Britney Spears? The first three were state legislators. More than 40 years...
  • 'Cloverfield' Hits Some Viewers in the Gut

    Thousands of Southern Californians were no doubt clutching their seats while watching "Cloverfield," last weekend's No. 1 movie at the box office. At least a few of them were clutching their stomachs as well. Since the movie opened last Friday, some...
  • Gordon B. Hinckley, 97; led Mormons' rapid growth

    Gordon B. Hinckley, 97; led Mormons' rapid growth
    Gordon B. Hinckley, the elderly but indefatigable Mormon leader who guided the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints into the 21st century by building more temples, traveling more miles and moving Mormonism closer to the religious mainstream than...