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Impermanence. Though it creeps up on us silently, change has a habit of striking in the moment. Like the long-building earthquake that jolts us from sleep; or seasons that argue thunderously with wild temperature fluctuations before one relents....
Last week, I began a story about a teenager placed on a 72-hour psychiatric hold by the Glendale police. I left off with the boy about to be transferred from Glendale Adventist Medical Center to BHC Alhambra Hospital, a psychiatric facility. Several...
Tags: Health, Psychiatry, Pharmaceuticals, Internists, Psychiatrists
Just before Christmas, the Crescenta Valley Water District Board of Directors voted to give a 1% pay increase to the district's top seven managers, which follows an earlier 1% increase for the rank-and-file employees. You may recall that in November this...
Tags: Employees, Health, Chiropractors, Retirement, Los Angeles
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...
Tags: Anxiety, Health, Fatigue, Internists, Sports
With the numerous encounters over the years with police chiefs of the Los Angeles area, I truly thought Randy Adams was a great chief of police for our city. He was interested in the city and cut no slack for his own officers. I remember hearing about...
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...
Tags: Minority Groups, Health, Politics, Republican Party, Los Angeles
"This guy grabbed me and we kissed, and then I turned one way and he turned the other, I closed my eyes when I kissed him, and I never saw him." This was how Edith Shain described the famous Victory over Japan Day sailor's kiss in the middle of Times...
PASADENA — A Glendale man who was convicted of paralyzing the 38-year-old driver of another car that got caught up in a street race was ordered Wednesday to pay nearly $277,000 to cover the victim’s medical bills so far. Los Angeles County...
GLENDALE — It most likely won't be an injury that keeps Ramses Barden from playing football in the NFL this season. The 2004 Flintridge Prep graduate, who was drafted in the third round by the New York Giants out of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in...
Tags: Health, Baltimore Ravens, Unions, Dallas Cowboys, Athletes
Fremont Elementary School parent Cara Ruyle Wednesday waited calmly in the school auditorium for her turn with the nurse. That a pint of blood would soon be drawn from her body didn’t bother her. “After you have two kids, no biggie,”...
BURBANK — Sitting in the comfort of his Burbank medical office, orthopedic surgeon Stephan Yacoubian flipped through photographs of a far different environment. Ranging from snapshots of Haitian school children eagerly accepting candy to shots...
Sitting upon an inflatable plastic pillow on her chair, 76-year-old Lyn Joyce picked up a 4-pound medicine ball and lifted it across her body as if she were swinging a golf club. "You really have to fight for your balance," the La Crescenta resident...
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