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  • 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...
  • CdM High senior publishes dystopian novel

    Mason Lyle's third-grade teacher said he would be successful in math or science, but he would never be able to string a sentence together. "But not to worry, he will have a secretary," Mason's mom, Shelly Beck, remembered the teacher telling her. The...
  • Prosecutor: Love and concern fueled a heated battle

    SANTA ANA — A prosecutor made clear that Robert Alan Lehmann loved his daughter and wanted her to receive the best possible education and treatment for her development disabilities. But that love and concern ultimately fueled a heated battle...
  • Closing statements made in shooting trial

    SANTA ANA — An Orange County prosecutor on Wednesday described an alleged Costa Mesa gang member accused of attempted murder as a "puppeteer" who convinced younger teens to help him in a shooting that left a 15-year-old girl wounded in the...
  • Commentary: The benefits of traditional psychotherapy

    We're living in a world where waiting longer than 10 seconds for an Internet page to load is experienced as "too slow," and where we expect others to respond instantly to our e-mails and texts. So it isn't surprising we want our psychological problems...
  • The Doctor's Corner: Estrogen therapy does not cause breast cancer, experts say

    Editor's note: This is the first of a three-part update on menopausal hormone care. * I know, the headline is not what your mother, doctor, TV, women's magazines, and walking buddies tell you. But, it's true. Of tsunami importance, it falls into the...
  • The Doctor's Corner: Get informed on menopausal hormone therapy

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second in a three-part series on menopausal hormone care. * The following is a hypothetical but typical scenario. Leann is a 50-year-old woman whose menstrual periods have stopped. She is gaining weight, flashing all night...
  • Saving lives one step at a time

    Saving lives one step at a time
    For years people around the country have been climbing mountains for CureDuchenne. As they raise money and awareness, they also get younger. Most recently, 8-year-old Tyler Armstrong climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro and helped raise about $40,000 for the Newport...
  • UCI develops app that stores DNA info on smartphones

    Computer scientists at UC Irvine have developed an app that stores encrypted segments of DNA information on smartphones, giving way to countless possible medical and social uses, according to KTLA. Developers say the app, called GenoDroid, could be used...
  • A teen with a lot of heart

    A Costa Mesa teen diagnosed with congestive heart failure in November returned home with a new heart Tuesday, after three months chained to an artificial pumping device in UCLA Medical Center's intensive care unit. "It felt weird, but it felt great,"...
  • The art of gadgetry

    The art of gadgetry
    Light boxes. Electrophoresis gels. Enzymes. DNA images. No, we aren't taking inventory of laboratory equipment. These are components of Paul Vanouse's "Evidence…Works," which will be exhibited at UC Irvine's Claire Trevor School of the Arts...