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Numbness (INACTIVE)

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  • The cyclist's tight spot

    WHEN urologist Dr. Irwin Goldstein declared in 1997: "There are only two kinds of male cyclists -- those who are impotent and those who will be impotent," many bike riders scoffed. Saying the equipment housed in their spandex shorts worked just fine, they...
  • Missing Nemo: Berkeley Breathed says new movies are missing magic and drowning in pixels [UPDATED]

     
    GUEST ESSAY BY BERKELEY BREATHED Last week, at the precise moment on screen that millions of screaming, tanned Angelenos tumbled down into a mile-deep cataclysmic crack in the planet’s exploding crust along with their high-rise condos and labradoodles,...
  • Nerve problem likely source of numbness in one finger

    Q: My pinky finger has been numb with tingling for two weeks. Should I be worried? Do I need to treat it? A: Your symptoms suggest irritation, compression or disease of the ulnar nerve. This nerve supplies sensation to the fifth (pinky) finger. The...
  • Community Calendar

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  • When your thigh feels numb

    Q: I've been experiencing numbness in the right side of my right thigh. At night, when I go to bed, that numbness turns into a hot burning sensation. What might cause this kind of numbness? Can it be treated? A: Numbness is usually a symptom of a nerve...
  • A Close Call With A Lightning Bolt For Manteca Woman

    A Close Call With A Lightning Bolt For Manteca Woman
    Mother of three kids, Renee Miramontes had a close call with a lightning bolt. When this weekend's storm hit, Renee says she ran onto the field at Stockton's Regional Sports Complex to pick up some of her daughter's softball equipment. "I was around a...
  • How to Recognize Possible Signs of Stroke

    How to Recognize Possible Signs of Stroke
    Stroke is the third-leading cause of death in the United States each year, writes Dr. Paul Lucas, director of the Vascular Laboratory at Mercy Medical Center. It's the second-leading cause of cardiovascular death and the most common cause of death as a...
  • Magnolia Community Honors Special Olympics Athlete Attacked In Hate Crime

    Magnolia Community Honors Special Olympics Athlete Attacked In Hate Crime
    Seattle's Magnolia neighborhood came together today to honor a Special Olympics athlete who was attacked in an apparent hate crime earlier this month. Friends, family and even strangers enjoyed a barbecue in Hannah Geiger's honor this afternoon. Many...
  • Enjoy a Pain-Free Ride

    Enjoy a Pain-Free Ride
    This is about the time of year more than a few cyclists start feeling the soreness of overworked knees and shoulders. Long days in the saddle can lead to injuries caused as much by an ill-fitting bike as a lack of cycling fitness. Knee pain, shoulder...
  • Trying to Save Diabetic Feet

    Trying to Save Diabetic Feet
    Los Angeles has one of the highest diabetes-related amputation rates in the country. Yet vascular surgeon Dr. George Andros can't seem to draw enough attention to the problem, which has skyrocketed nationally. "It's not sexy," he acknowledges. "Who cares...
  • Time to bury dead, take care of living

    Time to bury dead, take care of living
    As this horrible morning breaks, as the first light falls on New York and Washington, falling on the rubble covering thousands of Americans murdered by terrorists, we are confronted by our obligations. Tuesday was a day of numbness and horror as we...