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  • A true Shalimar success story

    A true Shalimar success story
    A success story in her neighborhood, Nadia Flores left Costa Mesa when she turned 18, went to a university and got a job at a Spanish-language TV network. But in her late 20s, she realized success was also about paying forward the help she received as...
  • My Pet World: Veterinarians review the state of their industry

    DENVER — The Conference of the American Animal Hospital Assn., held March 15 to 18, was attended by more than 1,200 veterinary professionals. AAHA Executive Director Dr. Michael Cavanaugh kicked off the event with the State of the Industry 2011...
  • Medical board: Doctor was negligent

    An Irvine-based doctor has lost his medical license for over-prescribing medication to a depressed patient a month before the patient died of an overdose. Dariush Javanshir's license was revoked for prescribing 330 tablets of anti-anxiety medication...
  • My Pet World: A cat with a case of the Bieber Fever

    Question: Whenever certain people are on TV, our cat Lilly runs to the TV and begins to scratch at the set. This happens with certain music comes on. Recently, when Justin Bieber appeared on TV, the cat went crazy. Lilly doesn't have her claws anymore,...
  • The Kid's Doctor: Never give baby aspirin to feverish children

    During a recent office visit, I saw a 4-year-old child who was not one of my regular patients. He had a fever and a runny nose. His mother was giving me the child's medical history as I began examining the boy. I had my back slightly turned from her. The...
  • No stopping OCC's Alto

    No stopping OCC's Alto
    John Altobelli hits a switch in his new ballpark office and the view of the Orange Coast College baseball diamond reveals itself behind a retractable metal window. It's a new experience for the man who began his 20th season as the school's baseball coach...
  • CSI: Costa Mesa is on the case

    CSI: Costa Mesa is on the case
    The Frog Prince gave up his life for the educational benefit of seventh-grade honor students at Costa Mesa Middle School. Under the direction of science teacher Roy Center, students from three classes studied Mr. Frog's death on Feb. 15 and 16 by...
  • Trial in 1988 murder starts Monday

    Trial in 1988 murder starts Monday
    A former Costa Mesa resident is scheduled to go to trial Monday for the alleged rape and murder of his neighbor in 1988. The case was considered cold until police said they linked the defendant's DNA to the crime eight years ago. Jason Balcom, 41, is...
  • Apodaca: Find opportunities to talk with your kids about drugs

    Several years ago, when my older son was in seventh grade, he casually mentioned that a girl who sat next to him in one of his classes was "always high." We had spoken previously about drugs. I had warned him before he started middle school that in the...
  • A Word, Please: Don't let the real world stifle your subjunctive mood

    Once upon a time, it was weird to drive alone in your car with your lips moving. In the dark days before Bluetooth technology, a jabbering jaw on a bouncing head meant a driver was singing along with the radio. But a moving mouth on a stationary noggin...
  • Apodaca: The solution to doctor shortage is students

    Apodaca: The solution to doctor shortage is students
    Medical industry sources estimate that the United States faces a potential shortage of 150,000 doctors in the next 15 years. If true, that unwelcome proposition makes it more important than ever to encourage today's youth to pursue an education in...
  • Finding their young and playful world

    Finding their young and playful world
    For those with cystic fibrosis, there's a litany of medicines to be taken every morning and night. For Rob and Paulette Montelone, it's triple the dosage as they distribute the medication to the three of their five children who have the disease. They...