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  • Brew ha-ha: Comedian Nathan Fielder is the man behind Dumb Starbucks

    Brew ha-ha: Comedian Nathan Fielder is the man behind Dumb Starbucks
    Speculation brewed for days over the origins of Dumb Starbucks, the seemingly rogue coffee shop that opened in the Los Feliz neighborhood in Los Angeles over the weekend and was suddenly shut down Monday by the health department. Frothy curiosity and...
  • China reports first human case of new H10N8 bird flu, and it's fatal

    China reports first human case of new H10N8 bird flu, and it's fatal
    Chinese health authorities have identified a brand-new type of bird flu that killed an elderly woman in November and infected at least one other person in January. That trend prompted the experts to call for stepped-up surveillance to track the new...
  • Review: 'A Feathered River Across the Sky' by Joel Greenberg

    Review: 'A Feathered River Across the Sky' by Joel Greenberg
    On Sept. 1, 1914, Martha, the last known passenger pigeon, died in her cage at the Cincinnati Zoo. Her passing marked the end of a species that once was so ubiquitous that enormous flocks, one estimated at more than 3 billion birds, were said to have...
  • Food not always the cause of eosinophilic esophagitis

    Food not always the cause of eosinophilic esophagitis
    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I was diagnosed with eosinophilic esophagitis a few months ago, but have had trouble with food getting stuck for years, so I've probably had it for a long time. Is it reasonable to first try elimination diets to figure out what foods...
  • Back-to-back medical miracles save tiny twin

    GAINESVILLE — Weeks after their twins were born, Krystina Lopez and Jesus Neira were told one of the girls would likely die well before her first birthday. Born with a rare disease that was hardening the tissue of her lungs, Izabella was not...
  • Young men may have unrecognized eating disorders

    Young men may have unrecognized eating disorders
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Eating disorders are most often associated with young women, but a new study suggests young men can also become obsessed with their appearance and go to extremes to enhance their bodies. The problem can resemble a...
  • Mark Fainaru-Wada, Steve Fainaru on 'League of Denial'

    Mark Fainaru-Wada, Steve Fainaru on 'League of Denial'
    While the National Football League remains the most successful sports entity in America, its foundations are being shaken by a looming health crisis. For more than two decades, evidence has been mounting that concussions associated with playing football...
  • ‘Assassin’s Creed’ writer: 11 women who need their own games

     
    Ubisoft writer Jill Murray has a simple piece of advice for game designers who are struggling to find compelling female […]...
  • Unmasking Dan Brown

    Unmasking Dan Brown
    Since the publication of "The Da Vinci Code," book research for bestselling author Dan Brown has become an act of subterfuge and judicious disguise. To write his new novel, "Inferno," which involves chase sequences and clue-deciphering set in Italy's...
  • Seniors make First Academy's soccer team special

    Seniors make First Academy's soccer team special
    Nobody saw First Academy's spectacular boys soccer season coming. At least not until coach Biagio Montaiuti saw former players coming back. The return to high-school play by talented seniors who opted to focus on club soccer last season is what has...
  • Commentary: Learning to follow your heart

    I've heard it said that people won't change until they hurt enough that they have to. Based upon a recent experience, I believe this statement to be true. Late last year, I experienced intermittent feelings of discomfort in the center of my chest. My dad...
  • Steinberg: PED users don't belong in Hall of Fame

    Three worthy baseball veterans were admitted to the Hall of Fame on Wednesday. The voters were right to honor their achievements. Pitcher Roger Clemens and outfielder Barry Bonds did not receive enough votes. Clearly, their alleged use of steroids...