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No Do-Overs: By 2009, James Washington believed he had gotten away with a 1995 murder, but then he had a heart attack, and on his deathbed, in a fit of remorse, he confessed to a confidant. (“I have to get something off my conscience,” he told...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIf Aly Hartman could have placed herself in a protective bubble for the duration of her recent pregnancy, she would have done so. The Marina del Rey woman, 28, cut out alcohol, sodas and caffeine. She replaced her sugary breakfast cereal with crackling...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThey have the thinnest skin, the shortest fuses and take the hardest knocks. In psychiatrists' offices, they have long been viewed as among the most challenging patients to treat. They are the kind of people who drive a friend away for interfering and...
Hip and knee replacement surgery is supposed to alleviate pain and allow people to move better and lead a more active lifestyle. A new study published recently in the journal Orthopedics shows that could be the case, because weight loss may be one side...
At a conference in August, researchers from North Carolina State University demonstrated their latest technological advance in aiding “first responders” to peacetime and wartime disasters: cockroaches. Outfitting Madagascar hissing cockroaches...
Everyone will exhibit some kind of cognitive decline with advancing years. But the idea that we can shield ourselves from the most devastating brain diseases,Alzheimer's disease and dementia, is an intriguing prospect and an area of great interest to...
Kids who are allergic to foods can overcome their reactions through therapy that involves giving them increasing doses of the specific foods, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins Children’s Center and other hospitals. The research adds to...
@kellbellgrayLandscapers working near a vacant lot in Mount Sinai called rescue services when they noticed a baby deer had fallen down a 20 foot manhole near Route 25A and Nesconset Highway. Emergency Service Officers Tobie Monaco, Billy Judge, Dan Coan and Walter...
Tags: Long Island, Nesconset
Re. "Chick-fil-A supporters crowd local store (Aug. 2): Your article proclaiming that Chick-fil-A supporters came out "en masse" to support the company after its president said he believes in the religious definition of marriage is so disingenuous and...
Police on Long Island are investigating the death of a woman who was found in a submerged car in Port Jefferson Thursday morning. According to authorities, Suffolk county police officers responded to the Town of Brookhaven boat ramp, located at West...
Retired Quill Corp. CEO is candid in quest to eradicate the disease affecting him, millions of othersTribune staff reporterAll Jack Miller wants is for the pain to be more tolerable. "I have peripheral neuropathy," Miller told about 125 people, many of them neurologists, two weeks ago at the J.W. Marriott at a symposium on the disease. His fortune was helping pay...
Influenza has for years ravaged domesticated chickens. Now scientists suggest that a small piece of duck DNA might protect the farm birds against the virus -- saving commercial flocks and lessening the possibility that humans could be exposed to dangerous...
Tags: Natural Resources, Wildlife, Throat, Human Body, Flu
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