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For a muscular agency that combats vicious drug criminals, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration acts like a terrified and obstinate toddler when it comes to basic science. For years, the DEA and the National Institute for Drug Abuse have made it all...
The trouble began in early January 2012, when Hershey, my then nearly 11-year-old chocolate Lab, developed the first in a series of urinary tract infections. Eventually, the problem worsened to include full-blown incontinence, with Hershey waking up in...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles Times“World War Z,” author Max Brooks' best-selling novel about the aftermath of a worldwide zombie epidemic, has an almost supernatural ......
Former head of the Drug Enforcement Administration Robert Bonner wrote in his Feb. 1 Blowback article, "There is still no such scientific study establishing that marijuana is effective as a medicine." Nonsense. Over the last several years, the state...
Did you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a few too many green beers? Are you experiencing the medical condition commonly known as a hangover? As you do your best to cope, you might take some solace in the fact that scientists believe humans have...
I read with curiosity the Marta Mossburg column regarding the Baltimore Ravens ("Faith fuels 'mighty men' of Baltimore," March 13). Without a doubt, I would estimate that 95 percent of the Baltimore area is thrilled with the success of our Ravens....
Tags: Drugs and Medicines
Over the last year, Fred Lembkie, 62, has had three heart attacks, a failed bypass surgery, two subsequent angioplasty procedures and stents inserted into his arteries. When the Portland, Ore., man finally underwent EECP treatment, a little-known, often...
Staff WriterFor J. Robert Hayes, a competitive shooter and owner of The Gun Shop in El Centro, business is booming. “Look at my case,” he said, gesturing at a display case that was nearly empty. “These racks are normally full,” he said,...
A group of parishioners had gathered inside the chapel of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church for a planning meeting a couple weeks ago when a woman came in searching for the “healing cross.” Past the church pews, at the end of a long hallway,...
Northwestern University and University of Kentucky scientists have created a new drug that could successfully prevent harmful inflammation in brains of people suffering fromAlzheimer's disease. The scientists, who published their findings in the July 25...
Cocaine dependence is a devilishly difficult addiction to break, owing to the drug's unique chemical ability both to reward users and to disrupt their impulse-control mechanisms. But a surprising drug combination may offer an equally clever way to...
As the U.S. Food and Drug Administrationweighs approval of a radical new method of AIDS prevention — a prescription pill taken once a day — advocates say the results of experimental trials in sub-Saharan Africa argue strongly for the drug's...
Tags: Tenofovir (drug), Trials, Botswana, AIDS, Lobbying
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