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  • 'The Biggest Loser' recap: Bob's revenge

     
    Not in my house. Bob wasn't going to put up with this nonsense for two weeks in a row. Granted, the Unknowns crushed it at the weigh-in last week. But Bob -- and it was just Bob, giving us a......
  • ‘60 Minutes’ talks to Medal of Honor winner; ‘Dateline’ explores Kyron Horman case; ‘20/20′ looks at Better Business Bureau

     
    On the newsmagazines this weekend: 1. ABC's “20/20″ offers a Brian Ross investigation of the Better Business Bureau. Ross looks at how the bureau's grades vary across the country and talks to business owners who say they were told their grades...
  • Tomas spares Haiti, but cholera still a threat

     
    Hurricane Tomas passed to the west of the crowded Haitian capital Port au Prince over the weekend, mostly sparing the vulnerable earthquake resettlement camps. But local and international authorities continue to worry about the effects of heavy rains on...
  • Haiti facing hurricane conditions, 5-10 inches of rain

     
    Haiti is under a Hurricane Warning today as Tropical Storm Tomas continues its slow turn in the Caribbean toward the vulnerable island nation. The warning means hurricane conditions - winds of 73 mph or more - are expected somewhere in the......
  • Pain below the knee cap: It might be bursitis

    Pain below the knee cap: It might be bursitis
    Q: I have persistent pain below my right knee. A friend mentioned something called anserine bursitis. What is it? Can it be treated? A: "Pes anserinus" describes the connection of three tendons: the sartorius, gracilis and semitendinosus. These...
  • Fight inflammation with the right diet

    Fight inflammation with the right diet
    Arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis, periodontitis, prostatitis, allergies, inflammatory bowel disease — most of us are afflicted by inflammation at one time or another, some of us on a daily basis. We may feel that we're out of options when...
  • Elizabeth Taylor Hospitalized

    Elizabeth Taylor Hospitalized
    Elizabeth Taylor has been hospitalized for treatment of congestive heart failure. The Oscar-winning actress was at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Saturday, her spokeswoman Sally Morrison said. The 78-year-old Taylor first disclosed in November 2004...
  • 8 Pain Syndromes With Strange Names

    8 Pain Syndromes With Strange Names
    Do you have housemaid's knee or jersey finger? Many common pain conditions have acquired colorful monikers. Baby Wrist Upsy-daisy! New moms lifting and holding their newborns numerous times a day may develop baby wrist, also known as de Quervain’...
  • Making a State-ment

    Making a State-ment
    When she was able to break the 18-minute mark Nov. 2 at Centennial Park in Santa Ana, Laguna Beach High girls' cross-country runner Natasha Strickland finally could exhale. "I was really surprised and excited," Strickland said of her Orange Coast...
  • Senior Living Q & A: How to control pain

    Q. What are the various methods of controlling pain? Acute pain is generally controlled by treating the underlying disease and using short-term pain relievers. Chronic pain, however, usually requires several approaches, including various behavioral and...
  • City Lights: Pitch comes from his inspiration

    City Lights: Pitch comes from his inspiration
    It's the spot where Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, Hideo Nomo and other legendary pitchers faced down batters over the last 50 years. Next week, Dodger Stadium will play host to a tough hurler of a different kind. Dan Kanne, a Huntington Beach resident and...