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  • Sage Stallone Died of Artery Disease; Drugs Played No Role

    Sage Stallone Died of Artery Disease; Drugs Played No Role
    STUDIO CITY, Calif. (KTLA) -- Sage Stallone, the son of actor Sylvester Stallone, died of coronary artery disease, commonly known as hardening of the arteries. The 36-year-old was found dead in his Los Angeles home on July 13 by his housekeeper, who...
  • Former lifeguards pay tribute to 'Bird Lady of North Avenue Beach'

    Former lifeguards pay tribute to 'Bird Lady of North Avenue Beach'
    They stood at the edge of the beach late Sunday afternoon, North Avenue lifeguards of beach days past, ready to pay tribute. But exactly where should the memorial be held? “Her old spot,” George Velisaris called out. They headed out onto the...
  • Alaska Airlines pilot found dead near I-5 died of natural causes

    Alaska Airlines pilot found dead near I-5 died of natural causes
    The 55-year-old veteran Alaska Airlines pilot found dead on a 5 Freeway offramp in Burbank in October died of natural causes, authorities said Thursday. The man — Lee Morris of Richland, Wash. — died of atherosclerotic heart disease, said Los...
  • Study finds women who undergo early menopause face increased risk for heart disease and stroke

     Study finds women who undergo early menopause face increased risk for heart disease and stroke
    A recent study has found that females who stop having their periods before age 46 had a higher incidence of heart disease and stroke. Doctors have long suspected that women who undergo early menopause might be at an increased risk for those medical...
  • Taking a turn into a commuter relationship

    Taking a turn into a commuter relationship
    We went for it anyway ... even though we were geographically undesirable. Love knows no bounds, right? So we flew in the face of reason and committed to a commuter relationship. If it weren't for the vexing distance between us, we'd be the inspiration...
  • Australian court approves tobacco pack logo ban

     Australian court approves tobacco pack logo ban
    This is pretty disgusting and a little unnerving and we’re glad it`s in Australia and not the U.S. Tobacco firms have taken a major blow from Australia’s high court. The court has ruled that cigarettes and other tobacco products must be sold...
  • Achievements of Armenians

    The scientific and technical accomplishments of the Armenians are impressive, given the fact that Armenians have not had a free country to call their own until 1991. In the United States, Armenians-Americans made important contributions in medicine and...
  • Milk can lessen the benefits of black tea

    Milk can lessen the benefits of black tea
    Q: I grew up adding milk to my tea and prefer to drink it like that. Does milk in tea reduce the beneficial effects of the tea? What about soy milk? A: Both green and black tea stimulate the production of nitric oxide in blood vessels. This helps blood...
  • The pits of hell

    This week's NATO summit on the future of the war in Afghanistan probably did not get to the matter of burn pits or abandoned latrines. These are the details of hell. They are also our legacy, in Afghanistan, in Iraq . . . wherever we employ our...
  • The Doctor's Corner: Estrogen therapy does not cause breast cancer, experts say

    Editor's note: This is the first of a three-part update on menopausal hormone care. * I know, the headline is not what your mother, doctor, TV, women's magazines, and walking buddies tell you. But, it's true. Of tsunami importance, it falls into the...
  • Fighting diseases with genetic therapy

     Fighting diseases with genetic therapy
    Genes make us who we are — in sickness and in health. We get our genetic makeup from our parents, of course, but in the future, we might be getting genes from our doctors too. Imagine your doctor promising to cure your cancer or heart disease by...
  • Red meat and heart disease link: Not all about the fat?

    Red meat and heart disease link: Not all about the fat?
    The long-established link between red meat consumption and heart disease may have less to do with the fat in the meat than many have assumed, researchers said Sunday.  Writing in the journal Nature Medicine, a team led by Dr. Stanley Hazen of the...