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  • Product aims to perfect posture

    Product aims to perfect posture
    You don't have to tell chiropractor Tim Brown about the benefits of good posture. The company started by Brown — a Newport Beach native who has been heavily involved in the sports medicine industry by helping, healing and training top athletes &#...
  • The Crowd: 'Salute' offers night of substance

    The World Affairs Council of Orange County gathered last month for a year-end celebration billed as "A Salute to the U.S. Armed Forces." It was an evening of considerable substance, headlined by guest speaker and guest of honor Mark Kimmitt, a retired...
  • Appeals court rules against doctor

    A Hoag Hospital doctor will still have to pay an 85-year-old woman's family for failing to notice a blood clot that contributed to her death, an appellate court ruled this week. Dr. Luke Cheung, 49, of Irvine attended to Lois Shafer, of Corona del Mar on...
  • Series: Art is good for health

    Paintings can do more than decorate a home. They can also save your brain. Studies show that exposure to a diverse range of arts and other educational stimuli over long periods of time can decrease memory loss by up to 50%, said Dr. William Shankle,...
  • On Faith: Focus on retrospection rather than resolutions

    It's that time of the year again. After the holiday decorations have been taken down, the old-time ritual of the New Year's resolutions list is posted to the refrigerator. What's on your list this year? For most people, it is probably a reprinted list...
  • His vision for a better world [Corrected]

    While most of us don't think twice about our ability to see the world around us, many lack even the basic access to eyeglasses. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated Dr. Ahsan Khan was the president of...
  • On Faith: Words can hurt like a sword

    Several days ago, a conservative radio personality despoiled the air waves with foul descriptions of a law school student who had made a reasoned and civil argument for her position on a health-care issue. He so vilified her that his words were...
  • SOY sends out a distress call

    SOY sends out a distress call
    No one in Juan Miguel's family had ever gone to college, but he knew he would. He just needed outside help with learning how to apply and which classes to take to get into college. As a sophomore at Estancia High School, he joined the academic program at...
  • Monahan supports regulation of city's pot collectives

    Monahan supports regulation of city's pot collectives
    COSTA MESA — Mayor Gary Monahan wants to legalize marijuana dispensaries in the city. Speaking with retired U.S. Army veteran Robert Martinez on KOCI radio's "Cannabis Community" show Sunday morning, which was broadcast from his bar, Skosh Monahan'...
  • Wednesday's Calendar

    Wednesday's Calendar
    WEDNESDAY MELT Class Costa Mesa Parks & Recreation presents a MELT class, which uses balls to relieve aches and pains to slow aging. The class costs $15 and is from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Balearic Community Center, 1975 Balearic Drive, Costa Mesa....
  • Members' dues for clubhouse would increase

    Newport Beach Country Club members will be facing a membership increase, but the extra money won't all be going to the proposed golf clubhouse renovation. According to David Wooten, president and chief executive of both the club and Balboa Bay Club &...
  • Special education committee to host resource fair

    Local businesses, agencies and nonprofits are coming to together for one night to show Newport-Mesa residents all the resources they have at their fingertips. Newport-Mesa Unified's Community Advisory Committee for Special Education is hosting a free...