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  • Angels face questions on what to do with Joe Blanton

    Angels face questions on what to do with Joe Blanton
    The Angels face a short-term question and a long-term question with Joe Blanton. The short-term question: Does he make his next scheduled start? On the day after Blanton failed to complete six innings for the fourth consecutive start, Manager Mike...
  • Smarter CT scanning of kids would prevent 3,020 cancers each year

    Smarter CT scanning of kids would prevent 3,020 cancers each year
    Approximately 3,020 cancers could be prevented each year if doctors were more judicious about ordering CT scans for kids, according to a new study. A CT scan is essentially a series of X-rays combined to give physicians a three-dimensional view of a...
  • Angels' Josh Hamilton on how he injured his ankle: 'I woke up'

    Angels' Josh Hamilton on how he injured his ankle: 'I woke up'
    Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton said Tuesday he expects to sit out "a couple days" for treatment of a stiff right ankle. Hamilton had X-ray and MRI examinations Tuesday. The X-rays were negative; the MRI exam showed inflammation. Hamilton said he...
  • Painful season ends early for Angels' Peter Bourjos

    An injury plagued season in which Peter Bourjos spent more time on the disabled list than the active roster will end — fittingly, it seems — with surgery. The Angels center fielder, one of the team's top hitters in April and June, will...
  • When tummy pain is serious trouble

    When tummy pain is serious trouble
    Parents soon become experts in interpreting their babies’ cries and are quick to note unusual behavior and symptoms. When intermittent loud crying is followed by symptoms including a bloody stool, vomiting, a lump in the abdomen, lethargy, diarrhea,...
  • Proposed screening guidelines could prevent deaths, doctors say

    Proposed screening guidelines could prevent deaths, doctors say
    An influential U.S. health care panel's recommendation for lung cancer screening of high-risk patients could fortify some hospitals' efforts to prevent deaths from the disease, which kills more each year than the next four deadliest cancers combined....
  • Rosalind Franklin, 'scientist, spinster' and genius, gets doodle nod

    Rosalind Franklin, 'scientist, spinster' and genius, gets doodle nod
    Thursday's Google Doodle honors Rosalind Franklin, the pioneering scientist famous for taking some of the first and best images of DNA in the early 1950s, and for being screwed over by the sexism of her time.  Just 37 years old when she died of...
  • War in Syria challenges the Armenian diaspora

    War in Syria challenges the Armenian diaspora
    To understand why Zaven Khanjian wants the Armenian community in Syria — a dwindling population caught in the crossfire of civil war — to endure, you have to go back nearly a century. Long before in-fighting began more than two years ago,...
  • Limo that went up in flames carried too many passengers, CHP says

    The limousine that became engulfed in flames on the Hayward-San Mateo Bridge was authorized to transport eight passengers but was carrying nine, the California Highway Patrol said Monday. The 1999 Lincoln Town Car is regulated by the state Public...
  • Powerful X-ray reveals archaeopteryx feather's hidden colors

    Powerful X-ray reveals archaeopteryx feather's hidden colors
    A powerful X-ray machine, that shines a light brighter than the sun, has helped science detectives determine the color of a 150-million-year-old feather that once belonged to an  archaeopteryx, an ancient animal that shared traits with both birds and...
  • Kristen Stewart Sets Up Next Two Projects

    Kristen Stewart has lined up her next two projects, committing to the political pic "Camp X-Ray" and the indie "Sils Maria." "Camp X-Ray" is being written and helmed by Peter Sattler and produced by Gina Kwon and Sophia Lin. Deadline Hollywood broke...
  • Virtual fossil shows our oldest primate cousin, scientists say

    Virtual fossil shows our oldest primate cousin, scientists say
    It’s not the missing link between man and apes. But a mouse-sized tarsier that devoured insects in ancient China 55 million years ago could be a long-lost cousin who scampered in the treetops of tropical forests around the time the first primates...