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  • Folic acid is important, but avoid excessive intake

    An adequate amount of folic acid is vital to achieve optimal health. Folic acid is the synthetic form of folate, a water-soluble B vitamin that supports cell production, including hair, skin and nail growth, and may protect against anemia, as well as...
  • National signing day ranks among worst in sports

    National signing day ranks among worst in sports
    So now we’re done with one of the worst days in sports. No, not Wash Your Face With Sochi Water Day. And no, not Some Idiot Interviewed Dennis Rodman Day. I’m talking about national signing day. On Wednesday, it was football. There’s...
  • Koplow back in Boca then off to Europe, USC

    Koplow back in Boca then off to Europe, USC
    BOCA RATON – Boca Raton High's Chase Koplow returned to his school on Wednesday afternoon to tidy up one more detail before heading overseas to play with a professional water polo team in Serbia. Koplow, the Sun Sentinel's Boys Water Polo Player...
  • Panel to discuss high school planning for parents of eighth-graders

    Panel to discuss high school planning for parents of eighth-graders
    A panel discussion especially geared for parents of eighth-grade students is planned for 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30 in the La Cañada High School auditorium, 4463 O ak Grove Drive. The event is presented by the La Cañada Flintridge Educational Foundation...
  • In USC student government, where are the women?

    In USC student government, where are the women?
    James White hesitated before deciding to run for USC student body president, knowing he'd be a long shot because of his background. Because he's black? "No, not that," White said, adding that race isn't the biggest deal in campus presidential...
  • American Film Institute increases scholarship offerings

    The American Film Institute has nearly tripled its funding for scholarships in an effort to compete with larger film schools and to help students pay for the institute's $47,000 in annual tuition. In the past, AFI found it was attracting candidates...
  • J.T. Terrell sparks USC past Howard, 82-60

    J.T. Terrell sparks USC past Howard, 82-60
    He's back. J.T. Terrell, who sat out seven games because of academic issues, returned to USC's basketball team for the victory at Dayton last week. He appeared in his first home game since the suspension Sunday at the Galen Center and played with a...
  • USC Coach Steve Sarkisian adds to staff

    USC Coach Steve Sarkisian adds to staff
    USC's football coaching staff continued to take on a distinct Washington flavor Monday when Steve Sarkisian announced that he had hired former Huskies assistants Justin Wilcox and Marques Tuiasosopo and San Francisco 49ers assistant Tim Drevno. Wilcox...
  • Minorities still under-represented in popular films: study

    Minorities still under-represented in popular films: study
    With this year's high-profile movies "The Butler," "42" and "12 Years a Slave" prominently featuring black actors, it may seem as though the multiplex is enjoying new levels of diversity. But popular films still under-represent minority characters and...
  • Virginia Alice Kaspar Morrow (1925-2013)

    Virginia Alice Kaspar Morrow (1925-2013)
    Beloved mother and wife, Ginny Morrow passed away peacefully on October 17, surrounded by her family. Virginia Kaspar was born in Oak Park, Illinois, the only child of Jack and Nelle Kaspar. She grew up on the North side of Chicago until she reached her...
  • Injuries rare for indoor climbers: study

    Injuries rare for indoor climbers: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Injuries are extremely rare at indoor climbing walls, a new study of more than a half-million visits to a gym in Germany suggests. Over a five-year period, 30 injuries occurred, most minor and none fatal, which translates to a...
  • Top stories of 2013: Tragedies led off the year in La Cañada

    Top stories of 2013: Tragedies led off the year in La Cañada
    La Cañada Flintridge had a difficult first quarter in 2013 as residents coped with two tragic events. But the city also experienced positive changes throughout the year, such as a surge in the number of businesses in the downtown area and a change of...