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  • Recycling Anesthesia?

    A new medical discovery just to our south may save hospitals thousands of dollars and protect the environment at the same time. At Vanderbilt University Medical Center, anesthesiologists believe they've invented a system that will revolutionize medicine...
  • Stem Cell Facelift

    For more information about Dr. Ellenbogen, contact: Dr. Richard Ellenbogen Beverly Hills Body: Plastic Surgery Specialists 9201 West Sunset Boulevard, Suite 202 Los Angeles, CA 90069 (310) 276-3183 www.beverlyhillsbody.com According to an...
  • SoCal Hospitals Fined For Violating Health Codes

    LOS ANGELES -- The California Department of Public Health issued fines to 10 hospitals for health code violations ranging from poor food refrigeration to leaving foreign objects inside patients during surgery. Each violation carries a $25,000 fine....
  • YouTube Boy Charms World in 'David After Dentist'

    SORRENTO - Millions of people worldwide have laughed at "David After Dentist," an Internet video showing a young boy struggling with the aftermath of anesthesia from oral surgery. As it turns out, the boy is David DeVore, an 8-year-old from Lake County...
  • 'No two days are ever the same'

    'No two days are ever the same'
    It's 6:30 a.m. and Lori Wittner bounds through the bustling lobby of Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest. A registered nurse, she is punctual, alert and ready for the start of her shift in the orthopedics unit. "We're very focused on time. It's comparable...
  • Stamford Physician Called Into Question

    Dr. Efraim Gomez-Zapata advertised himself as a pioneer in laser liposuction in the Hispanic community — at a discount rate, no less. But state health officials say the Stamford doctor's cut-rate surgeries came at a steep price. Twice in two...
  • A Guide to Confusing (but Promising) Health Care Jobs

    A Guide to Confusing (but Promising) Health Care Jobs
    Thanks to this defibrillator of a recession, health care's future has a beat. Not long ago, the sector seemed statistically doomed: Baby boomers were about to hit medical care providers with a double whammy--retiring from their jobs as nurses and...
  • Military medical malpractice: Seeking recourse

    Minutes after routine surgery for acute appendicitis in October 2003, Staff Sgt. Dean Witt, 25, was being moved to a recovery room at a Northern California military hospital when he gasped and stopped breathing. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD:...
  • 'Awake' may not rouse sleepy week

    'Awake' may not rouse sleepy week
    This is the first of a new weekly feature that will project the weekend box-office performance and analyze marketing campaigns for movies opening and returning in theaters. With the only major release hitting theaters this week, the backers of the...
  • Attorney: Michael Jackson Had Heartbeat at Hospital

    Attorney: Michael Jackson Had Heartbeat at Hospital
    LOS ANGELES -- Doctors at UCLA were able to briefly re-establish Michael Jackson's heartbeat at the hospital emergency room, but the King of Pop was "long gone" by then, according to a lawyer for Jackson's father, Joe Jackson. Joe Jackson's attorney,...
  • Bone Marrow Donor Told He's Too Fat to Donate

    Bone Marrow Donor Told He's Too Fat to Donate
    SANTA ANA -- A Santa Ana man may be a possible bone marrow donor for a 10-year-old girl with leukemia, but now he's being told he's too overweight to donate. Andrew Sharver, 25, registered to become a donor in 2006. He finally got the good news last...