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Special To Tribune NewspapersMy children hate needles — in that dread-filled way of kids who have been stuck once too often — and getting them to the doctor for shots or a blood test can be quite an ordeal. They never downright refuse to go, but there's always plenty of...
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- People who live within 100 meters of Los Angeles freeways develop atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries, at twice the rate of those who live farther away, it was reported today. The study by USC and UC Berkeley researchers and...
HealthKey.comAmerican humorist and radio host Garrison Keillor continues to recover from a minor stroke he suffered on Labor Day at his home in Minneapolis. Keillor, 67, drove himself to a hospital in St. Paul after feeling ill. He was then taken to the Mayo Clinic,...
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GreenspaceLos Angeles residents living near freeways experience a hardening of the arteries that leads to heart disease and strokes at twice the rate of those who live farther away, a study has found. The paper is the first to link......
Sun StaffLast of three articles BOSTON - Three years into one of history's largest trials of a new AIDS treatment, Steve Lagakos realized that it wasn't working and ordered a halt. Lagakos' verdict disappointed tens of thousands who suffer from the deadly...
Tribune staff reporterIt was supposed to be a simple bargain--an honest if somewhat bizarre deal struck between one of the last Stone Age peoples and the most technologically advanced society. Soon after the Hagahai emerged from the cloud forests of Papua New Guinea in the...
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