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Courtesy of Tribune Media ServicesDEAR MAYO CLINIC: I am a young, healthy woman with a slightly embarrassing problem. I have unusually strong body odor. It is most noticeable in my underarms, but I also notice it in my feet. I do not sweat excessively. I shower daily, keep my underarms...
McClatchy Tribune NewspapersThe New York Times recently reported that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's hair was thinning as a result of extreme stress. If so, doctors say, she's not the only one. Dermatologists say that although life's normal ups and downs aren't enough to precipitate it,...
I wasn't due for another month when my water broke. Neal and I lay there naked and shocked in a puddle of amniotic fluid. We were an hour from the hospital, at Neal's house in Beach Haven. The bedroom was warm but my teeth chattered. "Oh, God," I said....
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McClatchy Tribune NewspapersCiao to comb-overs. Buh-bye rugs and plugs. The shaved head has become an accepted solution to male hair loss and a symbol of modern style. According to statistics from Conair, some 22 million men ages 22 to 65 shave their heads regularly. And men's...
HealthKey.com contributorBald is beautiful. Really? Says who? Obviously, for the millions of men, and in some cases, women, who struggle with " hair issues," bald is not an option. A research study cited by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that one in seven...
HealthKey.comIt's hard to tell which recently revealed tidbits about tennis legend Andre Agassi's life, published on Oct. 30 as excerpts of his upcoming autobiography, has caused more of a buzz: His yearlong flirtation with crystal meth or the fact that the glorious...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterOne in a series of articles about three teenagers and their wartime enlistment in the Marines. In the nine months after he graduated from high school, Lance Cpl. Daryl Crookston was trained to close and kill. The proper pursuit of the enemy was pounded...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHis halo was a cage, and all Johan Otter could do was stare out through the carbon graphite rods that pinned his head in place. If he slept, he dreamed, and the dreams bordered on nightmares. He lay in a passageway somewhere between a gym and a locker...
Of The Morning CallShe contracted HIV as a girl, from a man who repeatedly raped her. She developed full-blown AIDS at the age of 12. Her best friend, raped by the same man, shot herself in the head and died in her arms. It was a story Cassey Weierbach, who has traveled...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterGlacier National Park, Mont. — Johan looked up. Jenna was running toward him. She had yelled something, he wasn't sure what. Then he saw it. The open mouth, the tongue, the teeth, the flattened ears. Jenna ran right past him, and it struck him ...
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