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Our article about being fatherless on Father's Day brought about more e-mails than ever before. Here are some of the highlights. "Great words from the heart," said Mary Gin. "As a card carrying member of the DDC club since 1991 (Dead Dads Club at the age...
Tags: Human Interest, Father's Day
Question: What is an eye stroke? Answer: According to Dr. Eleanor E. Faye, M.D., FACS, “The term “eye stroke” is misleading. The word “stroke” in diagnosing such an eye condition is not scientific and has other...
"I am doing quite well during my first full day of my most recent chemotherapy cycle. On a stomach scale of 1-10, with 1 being the mildly unsettling feeling you have when you lean back too far in your chair and at the last minute you regain your balance...
To many, Father's Day represents a day of barbecues and male bonding. Maybe you'll go buy a greeting card if you can't see Dad in person, or give a call and check in from afar. But what if you don't have a father? Or—here's a thought—what if...
Tags: Cancer, Human Interest, Father's Day, Human Body
Kyle Rodas isn't a star quarterback who might one day toss a game-winning touchdown pass in the Super Bowl, or even a high-school game. Ever since his teenage body turned on him, Kyle's realized he'll never be carried off the field as the conquering hero...
The bushier my eyebrows and earlobes get, the more I am inclined to write columns like this: Do you ever wonder why people make such a big fuss about parking 30 feet closer to a store? There are plenty of places a 15-second walk back in the parking lot,...
When my veterinarian told me it would cost $800 to have my dog Max's teeth cleaned, I almost fell over. "Isn't that a little steep?" I gasped. "We have to remove a few of them, and we'll have to put him under," the vet explained. "Plus he's older, so...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, Health, Surgery, Health Insurance, Pets
Jasper Howard is a talker. He talks to his mom in Florida twice a day. He talks to the wide receivers in drills, oh, twice a minute. He'll jump up from a set of post-practice push-ups to talk about the tattoos across his midsection dedicated to his...
It's disturbing to sit in court and listen to how Richard Lapointe's lawyers failed him. But their hard-to-comprehend mistakes, however unintentional, may now represent the convicted murderer's best shot at a new trial, and perhaps freedom 18 years after...
Tags: Justice System, Rape, Crime, Law and Justice, Murder, Trials
L.A. NOWThe Los Angeles County coroner's office said it has not determined whether director Tony Scott had any health problems before he jumped off a San Pedro bridge Sunday and said family members have denied media reports that he was suffering......
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