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Health and Medical Professionals (INACTIVE)

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  • Armed robber hits North Glendale pharmacy, holds up two pregnant women

    View Larger Map A man held two pregnant pharmacy workers at gunpoint Wednesday after demanding powerful prescription painkillers in a note. Karmen Sefyan, owner of Arianna Medical Pharmacy in Glendale, and a co-worker were alone just after noon inside...
  • USC to send grad students to Glendale High to bolster counseling services

    USC to send grad students to Glendale High to bolster counseling services
    Three USC graduate students will be assisting Glendale High School this year to bolster counseling services on the campus. Under a new venture between USC and Glendale Unified, the three interns will counsel students while earning hours for their...
  • Faith and Life: Wading through the lice

    Faith and Life: Wading through the lice
    Even though the following topic may be common, people do not like discussing it. But the emotions, anxiety and prayer that filled my previous week are just too "real life" to not write about. And the topic may amuse you, or strike a chord of affinity...
  • Spotlight on Broadway

    Spotlight on Broadway
    Some of Broadway's brightest stars will shine on the Alex Theatre stage Monday in "Broadway Tonight!" Eric McCormack of TV's "Will & Grace" and Broadway's "Music Man," and Stephanie J. Block and Megan Hilty of "Wicked" are among those who will be...
  • 'Everyone is together. Everyone is walking'

    A rainbow greeted early arrivals Saturday morning at the Scholl Canyon Ballfields, kicking off a spirited weekend-long fundraiser to battle breast cancer. The seventh annual Relay for Life Glendale drew 500 people who raised money and awareness to...
  • Mailbag: City needs to invest in safer driving

    The female pedestrian who was hit by a car on Brand Boulevard last week is a friend of mine. Her injuries were very serious and included a fractured pelvis and a broken elbow. I doubt that the driver's insurance company will accept "I didn't see her" as a...
  • Rumors still swirl over Martirosyan's next fight

    GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. MARTIROSYAN FOE NOT DETERMINED Since his unanimous decision win over Joe Greene in June, talk and rumors have swirled about who, when and where Vanes "Nightmare"...
  • Courting a healthy lifestyle

    Courting a healthy lifestyle
    When the 19th-century German writer and philosopher Goethe said, "A useless life is an early death", he couldn't have known that in 2010 a bunch of sweaty older gentlemen would prove him correct by getting up at the crack of dawn every day and hustling...
  • Shot in the arm during flu season

    SOUTH GLENDALE — Growing older takes plenty of maintenance and doctor visits, a routine that 64-year-old Arthur Loya is well-acquainted with. The Vietnam War veteran frequents several medical facilties for checkups and works out to maintain a...
  • Barden hauls in season's first catch

    GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. BARDEN HAULS IN SEASON'S FIRST CATCH In the New York Giants' 34-10 thumping of the Houston Texans on Sunday, Flintridge Prep graduate Ramses Barden hauled in his first catch...
  • Toasting to success

    Toasting to success
    A gala fundraiser for Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center's Chest Pain Center was topped off with a surprise announcement on Sunday that the program would receive accreditation as the first of its kind in Los Angeles County. The 23rd annual...
  • Anticipating the 'anticipatory it.'

    Anticipating the 'anticipatory it.'
    Dr. Mehmet Oz, the inexplicably mesmerizing TV physician, says his daytime "Dr. Oz Show" is a "no embarrassment zone." It's ironic that I'm even mentioning it, as I consider daytime TV viewing embarrassing. (Much of my misspent youth was spent basking...