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At first, he thought it must be a hoax. The man in the picture didn't have hands at the ends of his arms; he had what looked like tree branches - two masses of tangled, overgrown bark. In more than 20 years of practicing medicine, Dr. Anthony Gaspari,...
Times Staff WriterNOELLE SIMEON 'Very lucky, very blessed' Days before Noelle Simeon was born in November 1982, doctors detected something terribly wrong: Her intestines, ovaries and other organs were floating in the amniotic fluid outside her abdomen. After her birth,...
http://lmt.arthritis.org/ LETS MOVE TOGETHER CAMPAIGN TO STOP ARTHRITIS SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS ARTHRITIS IN KIDS: Juvenile Arthritis At A Glance Arthritis affects approximately one child in every 1,000 in a given year. Juvenile rheumatoid...
Tags: Children, Diseases and Illnesses, Obesity, Arthritis, Family
Is This a Dagger? The Laser Story by Dr. Dennis Nigro MD, FACS, FICS If you'll excuse the obvious pun, our purpose here is to shed some light on the laser. Phantom techno-knife? Real cutting precision and superiority, or the hook of the self-...
LOS ANGELES -- If you eat fish several times a week, you are doing what the Food and Drug Administration recommends for your health. The FDA says fish and shellfish are crucial parts of a wholesome diet. They contain protein, nutrients, and omega-3...
Tags: KTLA, Catfish, Drugs and Medicines, Los Angeles, Restaurants
Treating moms and dads to brunch or backyard barbeques is a great way to honor them on Mother's Day and Father's Day, but the American Academy of Dermatology hopes more families will start another annual tradition - screening their loved ones for skin...
Tags: Mother's Day, Sunburn, Family, Health, Mole (lesion)
Orlando SentinelORLANDO -- Andrew Gilbert spends about $100 a month to get a bronze glow at an Altamonte Springs tanning center. "My job is inside, and I like to have color," says the 38-year-old Winter Springs resident. "I live in Florida and I don't want to look...
Times Staff WriterJohn Dullaghan's "Bukowski: Born Into This" accomplishes beautifully what it sets out to do, which is to reveal the man behind the crusty, hard-drinking, tough-talking persona Charles Bukowski so artfully crafted. Over the last decades of the 20th...
Sun StaffFirst of three articles BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - After Bob Lange spent eight weeks rubbing an experimental cream on the fiery patches on his body, researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham told him the drug was defeating the killer inside him....
Tribune staff reporterWhile waiting for their luggage at Havana's posh Jose Marti airport, arriving foreign visitors can hardly miss the barrage of advertising for Cuba's hot vacation option: hospitalization. A closed-circuit television perched over the baggage carousel shows...
Sun StaffAs troubling new questions emerged about SARS overseas, federal researchers here at home continued yesterday preparing to bring infected patients to the Bethesda-based National Institutes of Health to learn more about how the virus affects the body....
The boy loves games of chance. He loves slot machines and playing cards and instant-win lottery tickets. He learned at an early age to count coins, and to bet them. He learned in the hospital that money comes in get-well cards.Michael Hirschbeck learned...
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