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  • Need work? For this job, you're paid to play sick to help train med students

    Need work? For this job, you're paid to play sick to help train med students
    HELP WANTED: Folks of all ages and walks of life to play the role of sick patients. You will be helping future doctors hone their skills. Be punctual, flexible, comfortable in your own skin and have a healthy sense of humor. No experience necessary. A...
  • Nursing board seeks to triple enforcement staff

    Managers of the California Board of Registered Nursing are seeking permission to more than triple the size of their enforcement staff and immediately boost licensing fees to speed discipline against errant nurses who may pose a danger to patients....
  • Helpful hands in Hampton

    These organizations and clubs provide information and support for a variety of health and social issues. Access Aids Care Center for Education and Support Services, Hampton, 722-5511; Norfolk, 640-0929, accessaids.org (formerly full circle CANDII) Adult...
  • Ratepayers Help Buy Fairfield County Generators

    The granting of nearly $11 million in utility customers' money to a group of Fairfield County towns and groups to help them build their own power generators has come under fire as spending on the rich that won't help the state as a whole. The program &#...
  • How to avoid being ripped off by phony contractors

    The arrest recently of a group of "woodchucks" by Fairfax County, Va., police is just one example of why homeowners nationwide should use caution when hiring people to do odd jobs around their properties. Woodchucks are so named in this part of the...
  • A new clash of politics and science

    WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration promised to end political meddling in scientific decisions, but some critics say the White House botched an early test on a key question of public health: how to assess the danger of industrial chemicals. At issue...
  • State Budget Bill Lowers Sales Tax, Increases State Income Tax For Rich

    State Budget Bill Lowers Sales Tax, Increases State Income Tax For Rich
    The state House of Representatives late Monday approved a Democratic-written budget bill that would cut estate taxes for the wealthy, reduce the sales tax for everyone and increase the state income tax for couples earning more than $1 million a year. For...
  • Government's Consumer Action Handbook tells how to pursue complaints

    Government's Consumer Action Handbook tells how to pursue complaints
    The statement "I'm from the government, and I'm here to help you" is considered one of the great lies of our time. But if you've ever had a beef with a contractor, wanted to check the complaint record of the company offering you a cut-rate homeowner...
  • Constellation fights for deal

    Constellation fights for deal
    Nearly a year ago, Constellation Energy Group was fighting for its very existence as a credit crisis during the financial sector meltdown pushed the company to the verge of bankruptcy. On Monday, the Baltimore company faced a different fight: trying to...
  • Reliable nursing home information can be difficult to get

    Reliable nursing home information can be difficult to get
    When Woodland Hills resident Amy Regenstreif was diagnosed with cancer in 2001, it was her elderly mother she worried about most. The survival rate for Regenstreif's cancer, a rare form called leiomyosarcoma, was only five years and she worried that...
  • Rethink your health insurance options to trim costs

    Rethink your health insurance options to trim costs
    In Southern California, it's sometimes hard to tell that the seasons have changed, but here's a tip that it's fall: Many employers are beginning to send out the information you'll need to re-up for 2010 health insurance if you get your coverage through...