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More than 100 prisoners, many shaved and tattooed, crowded into the hard pews of the Men's Central Jail chapel and craned their necks to get a good look at "The Man." Sheriff Lee Baca, the top authority figure in Los Angeles County's troubled jail...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesAlthough Generation X may feel a lot of pressure to look good, there are also more tools available than there used to be. "Women today just have so many things at their fingertips to be able to use to look young. The most prevalent is hair color," says...
Tribune staff reporterMen with cardiovascular disease often wonder whether sexual activity might be dangerous for them, potentially triggering a heart attack in the midst of the excitement, or whether the exercise might actually be good for the heart. A new review by the...
When Malcolm Coley was diagnosed with HIV, he began preparing to die. The Baltimore man, a former heroin user who suspects he contracted the virus by sharing needles, packed his bags and moved to Washington to live his last days closer to family. "I...
In the 1980s, when researchers first identified the virus that causes AIDS, a positive HIV test was a virtual death sentence. There was no cure for the disease and no effective treatment; patients usually died within a few months or years of being...
The December deluge destroyed or damaged art and valuable documents in homes and studios in Laguna. In 1993, fire was the culprit. In 2005, a landslide. At least some, if not all, of the destruction could have been avoided, according to Scott...
FOX 4 Medical ReporterIt might seem like something out of an old television show, but thanks to the Healthcare Reform Law, house calls are no longer just a thing of the past for many patients and doctors across the country. Thanks to increased Medicare payments for house...
Demand for minimally invasive cosmetic procedures showed a three-digit increase over the last decade, with Botox leading the way for those seeking to look younger or better. As of last month, would-be patients can consider a new product that uses their...
Daily American reporterMary Piatt-Bruner believes the best way to find out where Somerset County older adults are located and what their needs are is to ask. The new Area Agency on Aging administrator spent a good portion of Tuesday, her first day, meeting with the agency&...
PIX11.comOn your big day all of the attention goes to your primping needs and of course, your dress! But what about him? Beauty Expert Jeannine Morris was here with items to help "groom your groom." HANDS The Art of Shaving 7 piece manicure kit $160 and The Art...
Daily American reporterEven though there was a substantial reduction in the Human Services Development Fund, local officials say the important thing is that there is some money left. The fund was cut 36 percent in the 2011-12 budget passed by the state at the end of June. When...
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