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He was known as Dr. Death, a Michigan physician who helped his patients kill themselves. In doing so, Jack Kevorkian inflamed a nationwide debate in the 1990s over a terminally ill patient's right to die. And he served eight years in prison for second-...
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L.A. NOWJurors in the trial of Michael Jackson’s doctor began hearing Thursday from a top expert on propofol, the surgical anesthetic that led to the singer’s death....
L.A. NOWConrad Murray trial: The final prosecution witness against Michael Jackson's personal physician told a jury Wednesday afternoon that the singer's death was directly related to an "employee-employer" relationship that developed between the doctor and his...
A growing shortage of medications for a host of illnesses has hospitals around the country scrambling for substitutes to avoid patient harm and in some cases, even delaying treatment. While the shortage has not affected patient care locally, both...
Premium Health News ServiceDEAR MAYO CLINIC: Where do skin tags come from? As I age, I feel like I get more and more, and they appear out of nowhere. Are they harmful at all? Can I do something to get rid of them myself, or do I need to see a skin doctor? Some of them are really...
"House, M.D.", season finale Fox, Monday, May 17, 8 p.m. Episode: "Help Me" The premise: A crane collapses onto a building in Trenton, N.J. Dr. Lisa Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) and Dr. Gregory House ( Hugh Laurie) arrive with a team of doctors to help the...
KTLA NewsLOS 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,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersProsecutors on Monday charged Michael Jackson's personal physician with involuntary manslaughter in connection with administering a combination of surgical anesthetic and sedatives blamed in the music legend's death last summer. The complaint filed by...
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Steve Garelick of West Hills needed surgery to fix his leaking heart valve — and right away. It was already late February and the 54-year-old certified public accountant knew he couldn’t wait until after tax season, the busiest time of year...
McClatchy-TribuneDr. Christian J. Lambertsen, who developed the first self-contained underwater breathing apparatus — scuba gear — while studying medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in the 1930s and '40s, died Feb. 11 at a retirement home in Newtown,...
email@example.comDo you see what I see? If the answer to your eye doctor's question is no, it's probably time for stronger glasses. Or maybe the problem is something more serious. By age 65, one in three people has some form of vision-impairing eye disease, says the...
In the time it would have taken Jeff Sorensen of Winter Park to go out to lunch, the discomfort and swelling caused by his varicose veins was safely and painlessly treated at a Maitland outpatient clinic. The 34-year-old pharmaceutical salesman was among...
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