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Los Angeles Times Staff Writer"Lost" meets "Heroes," crossed with "Desperate Housewives," a little reality TV and a fiddle -- what's not to love? And love it they did. The Band From TV, a charity cover band created by actor Greg Grunberg ("Felicity," "Alias" and now "Heroes")...
I felt burned out on "America's Next Top Model" after the end of last season. However, for some reason, maybe because the world is too serious right now, or maybe because I caught a marathon of Cycle Two on Oxygen last week and got enthused all over...
SACRAMENTO - It's one of the most popular video games around, but rocking out to Guitar Hero could cause some nasty side effects. "There will be people with photo sensitive epilepsy where those patterns will trigger a seizure," said Dr. Robert Burgerman...
EVENT: Step Up and Speak - 5k Walk for Epilepsy DATE: Saturday, November 8, 2008 TIME: 10a.m. WHERE: Fort Benjamin Harrison State Park COST: $15 INFO: 1-800-526-6618 WEB: www.indianaepilepsyfoundation.org The Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana will...
SACRAMENTO -- The popular video game Guitar Hero may make you feel like a rockstar, but it may also be risky for kids with certain health conditions. Doctors say the flashing, bright lights could possibly trigger a seizure in youngsters who are sensitive...
Special to The TimesBrisk, taut and confident, Hans-Christian Schmid's "Requiem" swiftly involves the audience with the plight of a lovely young woman, Michaela (Sandra Hüller), who's devoutly religious, as are her parents. She has epilepsy but is eager to leave her small...
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Sun StaffThe claims are everywhere: on posters and T-shirts, on the Internet and in books, even sometimes headlining the national news. Thomas Jefferson's eccentricities were actually a form of autism. Albert Einstein's genius flourished despite a learning...
The Hartford CourantHenry M. was awake as the surgeon inserted a metal straw deep within his brain and suctioned out a piece of tissue the length of an index finger. The surgeon, William Beecher Scoville of West Hartford, talked to the 27-year-old Hartford man during the...
Of The Morning CallFamily and friends paint two very different pictures of John D. Hirko Jr., whose family buried him next to his grandmother Saturday. His family describes him as a sweet, loving young man whose epilepsy never slowed him down when they asked him for help....
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