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firstname.lastname@example.orgMedical professionals call it a national epidemic: normal children who are delayed in accomplishing basic skills like holding a pencil or catching a ball. At least one expert calls them "bucket babies." They're kids who spend too much time in containers...
It seems just about everyone has to have his wisdom teeth extracted. For most, it's an easy procedure and an easy recovery. But many people don't understand why we have those third molars to begin with — or if there are alternatives to removal. We...
Big-time, bed-rattling snoring is more than just a detriment to good sleep or happy relationships. It's also a sign that airways aren't open and clear. In extreme cases, snorers spend chunks of the night gasping for breath, a dangerous condition called...
RedEyeRemember when MTV stopped playing music videos and became just another cable network filled with irritating (and non-music related) reality programming? Well, looks like Syfy is moving in the same direction. During its 2011 Syfy Upfront on Tuesday, the...
Casey Anthony defense team expert and noted forensic pathologist Werner Spitz challenges the findings of the Orange-Osceola Medical Examiner's autopsy done on the remains of Caylee Marie Anthony, according to a new report the defense filed with the...
Equality of the sexes in the boardroom? It’s about time. The kitchen and the classroom? Absolutely. The doctor’s office? Now there’s a novel idea.... Men and women experience health in fundamentally different ways. Did you know that a...
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KTLA NewsWEST HOLLYWOOD -- The Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival opens Friday with the documentary film 'Pink Skies.' The film, directed by Gulcin Gilbert, chronicles the extraordinary event 'Jump for the Cause' which brought together 181 women from...
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When Orange Coast College hired Tom Murphine in 1985 as a journalism professor, I winced. He'll scare students away! I'd seen "Murph" at work in the Daily Pilot newsroom. With rolled up sleeves, a no-nonsense demeanor and smoldering pipe jutting from...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel1. Just because the Pittsburgh Steelers have home field in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game game against the New York Jets doesn't mean they have an advantage. For starters, the Jets went into Pittsburgh and won 22-17 on Dec. 19 in a game that went...
A 75-year-old woman who along with her elderly husband were viciously beaten and robbed outside their apartment building for a mere $18 has died, police said. Linda Naimo passed away Monday at Richmond University Medical Center, authorities announced...
Chicago TribuneIt's that time of year when seasonal beers take center stage to usher us into the holiday season. From October to January festive beverages abound. First up: Pumpkin beer. A year ago, while touting the merits of Great Lakes' Nosferatu red ale as my...
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- An L.A. County Sheriff's deputy who was shot in the face during a fight with a gang member earlier this month was released from the hospital Saturday morning, according to a department captain. Deputy Mohamed Ahmend is now home...
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