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Have a question for Dr. Blythe? Write to her at AskThePediatrician@tribune.com. For more information on Dr. Blythe, go to pediatricassociates.com. April 29, 2013 Q: My 5-year-old daughter just had her adenoids and tonsils removed because of snoring...
ReutersBy Gregory Blachier MONTE CARLO, April 21 (Reuters) - Current anti-doping measures in tennis are a "disaster" and the introduction of biological passports can only improve matters, world number six Tomas Berdych said. "The system right now... I don't...
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L.A. NOWA Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy was charged with perjury and filing a false police report over allegations he falsely claimed he discovered drugs in a patrol car after transporting a suspect, prosecutors said Monday....
NASCAR indefinitely suspended driver AJ Allmendinger Tuesday evening after his sample "B" urine test came back positive for a banned substance. Allmendinger was suspended temporarily by NASCAR on July 7 hours before the race at Daytona when his sample...
Q13 Fox News OnlineSome companies not only ban smoking, but smokers. Twenty-nine states and the District of Columbia have laws that protect smokers, but Washington state does not. One more hurdle for job seekers is that some companies are now looking at not only banning...
The Fabulous ForumManny Pacquiao might soon turn his attention from campaigning for Congress to negotiating the details on the richest fight in boxing history. Pacquiao's trainer, Freddie Roach, told the Associated Press on Monday that discussions could begin as early as...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterOnce a year or so, Roy Tialavea is summoned from his classes at Oceanside High School to report to the athletic director's office bathroom. He receives a urine specimen cup and heads for a stall. The 17-year-old is unruffled. Random drug testing has been...
The Hartford CourantA judge getting ready to send Joshua Komisarjevsky to prison in 2002 called him a ``cold, calculating predator.'' Equipped with night-vision goggles and armed with a knife, he would slash his way through screens into houses around his hometown of...
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Sun reportersMany heroin addicts trying to break the grip of drugs and crime turn to a health center on West Saratoga Street for help. Some come asking for an orange pill they believe might be a "wonder drug" for treating their problems. Nearly 200 have gotten it....
Courant Staff WritersCareer criminal Steven Hayes, one of two men charged with killing three members of a Cheshire family during a home invasion last week, had a long history of failure in parole and community release programs. He also was a crack addict, a fact that...
Sun ReporterSports fans and commentators speak of human growth hormone as a magical substance that offers the same benefits as anabolic steroids but cannot be detected in urine tests. So when a player is linked to hGH, as Orioles outfielder was by an SI.com report,...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe Los Angeles County Jail system lacks enough doctors, nurses and other medical workers to meet the most basic needs of inmates, resulting in long delays in treatment for conditions ranging from hernias to heart disease. Breakdowns in medical care,...
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