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KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- As the temperatures start to rise, so too do unwanted pests in and around your house. Residents of a number of Los Angeles neighborhoods are reporting rat infestations in their homes. With the recent discovery of mice infected with...
When Woodland Hills resident Amy Regenstreif was diagnosed with cancer in 2001, it was her elderly mother she worried about most. The survival rate for Regenstreif's cancer, a rare form called leiomyosarcoma, was only five years and she worried that...
Tags: Family, Consumers, Judaism, Health Insurance, Medical Services
Daily Press (Newport News, Va.)Those solid masses that form in the kidneys can grow big enough to cause severe pain and even infection as they pass into the urinary tract. Here are some tips from doctors on preventing stones from developing: Drink lots of water. Kidney stones are...
Los Angeles TimesDon't think dairy when it comes to building strong bones, say proponents of the low-acid diet. Focus instead on a diet rich in fruits and vegetables, these nutrition scientists say. The low-acid diet (also called the alkaline acid diet) has been the...
SunSentinel.comAsk the dietitian! Sandra Frank answers YOUR questions. To submit your question, fill out the form here. The information presented here is not a substitute for professional medical advice. You should consult a physician in all matters relating to your...
KTLA NewsSo we all know major leaguers did and still do drugs to get bigger, better and make more money, and to also cheat the game and ruin the record book, the holy grail of baseball. Yeah, the boys have all their bases covered. So now I have a question for...
Staff reporterForty cats and kittens are recovering after being rescued from what Animal Control Officers are calling horrifying living conditions at a home North of Lynnwood on Center Road. Officers seized 40 cats and 8 birds this weekend. Snohomish County Auditor...
Staff reporterA Seattle woman accused of neglecting her disabled mother by allegedly leaving her alone in a trash-filled house with bedsheets soaked in urine and feces -- says she's not guilty. 54-year-old Margaret Adell George entered not guilty pleas in a King...
Tags: Crimes, Justice System, Theft, Trials, Feces
Special Projects ProducerProstate Cancer affects 1 out of 6 men in the United States. Not everyone experiences symptoms of prostate cancer. Many times, signs of prostate cancer are first detected by a doctor during a routine check-up. Here are some of the signs and symptoms...
The Swampby Mark Silva Retired Army Gen. Colin Powell, who also once served as the chief diplomat for the United States, says Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. could have averted the famed confrontation with the Cambridge, Mass., Police Department at......
Tags: Defense, State Budgets, Heads of State, Education, Government
The Swampby Mark Silva The great public debate marches on: Rep. Pete Stark, the California Democrat who stands to become chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, was holding one of those infamous town-hall meetings. A man rose to talk......
Booster ShotsThere's a good chance every person on this planet has an odor all his or her own -- but our inferior human noses aren't up to the task of discerning the subtle differences. So scientists are hard at work trying......
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