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Dr. Helen M. Ranney, a pioneering female physician who was among the first to explore the genetics of sickle cell disease and scored a number of firsts for women in her profession, including being the first to head a department of medicine at a U.S....
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), a health advocacy group that has lobbied to ban certain food additives and colorings, has launched a mobile app to help shoppers decipher ingredients. I asked Dr. Keith-Thomas Ayoob, a pediatric...
As Southern celebrity chef Paula Deen certainly knows by now, people with Type 2 diabetes are routinely blamed for causing their disease by eating junky food and making unhealthy lifestyle choices. Known for high fat recipes that raise the risk for...
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Few nonfiction writers think bigger than Walter Isaacson, who has taken on subjects like Henry Kissinger, Benjamin Franklin and Albert Einstein. But when Apple founder Steve Jobs invited him in 2004 to write a complete and frank biography, Isaacson held...
Times Staff WriterHAMILTON, Canada — The invitation curled from her fax machine, a courtly question scrawled above the signature of a man whose name she did not recognize. "Would you be willing to collaborate with me on studying the brain of Albert Einstein?" It...
Times Staff WriterThinking of getting a CD-ROM encyclopedia for your computer? Don't do it. Not if you already have an Internet connection. The two most popular encyclopedia CD-ROMs -- Encarta Encyclopedia Deluxe 2001, which sells for about $45, and the venerable...
As a person living with Type 1 diabetes, Angie Hashemi-Rad must prick her fingers and give herself insulin every day to stay alive. But nothing irritates her more than having people mistakenly assume she has Type 2 diabetes — and then suggest she...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThere are celebrities so well-known that they need to use only one name. The housing equivalent is Pickfair, the Beverly Hills Georgian manor whose name instantly summons images of old Hollywood and the days of glamour and opulence. Pickfair has been...
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The first new theme park in Central Florida in more than a decade is almost ready for guests. Saturday's grand opening of Legoland Florida ushers in a new era filled with colorful building-block figures — from Einstein to Elvis — and rides for...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCaution was the watchword for Grace Montoya's first pregnancy eight years ago. The Valencia resident had been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when she was a teenager. As a registered nurse trained in pregnancy and diabetic care, she knew her pregnancy...
Washington PostEarl Ubell, a journalist who covered the leading health and science breakthroughs of the postwar age with a lively and effective style, died Wednesday at a nursing facility in Englewood, N.J. He was 80 and had Parkinson's disease and dementia. Ubell, who...
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