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The 33 NewsPatti Crites practices Karate in her front yard. She has a black belt in Karate, but for four years she fought a losing battle against Celiac Disease, which according to a Mayo Clinic study, is often under-diagnosed. In Patti's case, mis-diagnosed. "They...
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES- Cheryl Shuman is an activist and a survivor who's staring down her own mortality. It has truly been a difficult road for the medical marijuana user. Before she began her work to reform marijuana laws, Cheryl was known as the 'Optician to...
Babylon & BeyondWhile he welcomed spirited political debate over Egypt's future, President Hosni Mubarak warned a new and growing opposition movement not to jeopardize the nation's stability. Addressing Egyptians for the first time since the removal of his gallbladder of...
Reality CheckBucky's Bachelor Pad report starts here! Take it away, Bucky!Here we go with the second week of Bachelor Pad, which commenter Dahlink described last week as, “like high school”. Oh, how correct she was, although I’m getting ahead of...
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FOX40 NewsThe family of a Beale Air Force Base airman whose legs were amputated says Air Force Officials told him that mistakes were made. Colton Read went into the David Grant Medical Center at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield to get his gallbladder removed. The...
Tags: Crimes, Family, David Grant, Hemorrhaging, Justice System
FOX40 NewsCongressman Maurice Hinchey of New York is following the case of a young Airman whose legs were amputated after a gallbladder removal procedure was apparently botched. 20 year old Colton Read is in intensive care at the U-C Davis Medical Center in...
Tags: Crimes, Family, New York, Medical Services, David Grant
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterState wildlife officials are investigating a possible poaching case in which someone removed the gallbladder of a black bear -- which can sell for thousands of dollars in Asia -- after the animal was struck and killed this week by a car in the Lake...
Tags: Crimes, Hunting, Prisons, Vehicles, California
Special to The TimesRemember the oat bran craze? In the late 1980s, several published studies touting the benefits of oat bran for lowering cholesterol had health professionals singing its praises. Food companies were only too happy to accommodate the newfound demand,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNew tests of 100 "natural" and "organic" soaps, shampoos and other consumer products show that nearly half of them contained a cancer-causing chemical that is a byproduct of petrochemicals used in manufacturing. Many items that tested positive for the...
Delaney Bramlett, 69, a singer, songwriter and producer who penned classic rock songs such as "Let It Rain" and worked with musicians George Harrison and Eric Clapton, died Saturday at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center in Los Angeles as a result of...
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