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Medical Specialization (INACTIVE)

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  • Whitman drops by Porto's

    Whitman drops by Porto's
    DOWNTOWN GLENDALE — Political pandemonium spilled out of Porto's Bakery on Friday morning as Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman made a last-minute campaign stop. Shortly before Whitman was scheduled to appear at the Cuban eatery on...
  • Flu shots at drivers' convenience

    Flu shots at drivers' convenience
    SOUTH GLENDALE — Burbank residents Don and Debbie Schrey pulled their car into the parking garage at Glendale Memorial Hospital shortly before 10 a.m. Saturday. Within minutes, two nurses came to each window of the car and administered flu shots...
  • Reaching for the stethoscope

    It's not often teenagers expound on the merits of genetically modified foods, but at a recent chat at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center, there they were, debating with vigor. "These [genetically modified organisms] are actually capable of...
  • Still helping people at age 92

    Community volunteer Mae England has always had a passion for nursing and helping those in need of medical services. She pursued a nursing career for a short time in the 1960s, and about three years ago, she brought her services to Glendale. England...
  • Physician's license revoked

    The Medical Board of California revoked Glendale physician Sonia Yacobian's license to practice medicine for failing to show remorse for helping another doctor commit fraud. After pleading guilty to helping Katrin Saroukhanian evade conviction for...
  • Helping others get a higher education

    Ellyn Semler attended a community college herself, and today the retiree helps other students get a chance at higher education. Now president of the Glendale College Foundation Board, she began serving on the board six years ago and said she works to...
  • Caroline Mae Benjamin

    Mae (99) Canadian born Glendale resident passed away on January 11, 2011 of natural causes. She was educated in Glendale and received her nursing degree from Bishop Johnson College of Nursing in Los Angeles.   Following nursing school she moved to...
  • Eyes on overtime

    Eyes on overtime
    Angela Hilliard, a forensics specialist with the Glendale Police Department, didn't know why her eyes were red and dry, or why she was feeling exhausted at the end of the day. As a crime scene investigator on burglaries, robberies, suicides and the very...
  • On Campus At GCC: Alcohol/drug studies summit planned

    Students in the Alcohol/Drug Studies program and the Alcohol/Drug Studies Club are sponsoring "Addiction Summit 2010: Counselors, Clinicians and Community" from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Sept. 29. The event will feature guest speakers and focuses on the treatment...
  • A Word, Please: 'Comprise' is uncompromising

    A Word, Please: 'Comprise' is uncompromising
    A lot of people like to use the phrase "is comprised of" -— about 136 million of them, if a recent Google search is any indication. "Houston is comprised of many neighborhoods," one website tells me. "Workforce planning is comprised of a number of...
  • Doctors supplement income via drug companies

    A cardiologist, endocrinologist, psychiatrist, nurse practitioner and allergist. These five medical professionals in Burbank and Glendale may have different specialties, but they have one source of income in common — drug companies. Since 2009, 33...
  • Hazel E. Turner

    Hazel E. Turner April 23, 1910 – February 14, 2011 Long time Burbank resident Hazel E. Turner passed away February 14 at the age of 100. She was born April 23, 1910 in Cleveland, Ohio. Hazel attended nursing school at Lutheran Hospital in...