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Medical Research

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  • Fundraising with a twist

    Fundraising with a twist
    With bright eyes, rosy cheeks and wide smiles as they leaned over their little elbows selling lemonade, it was a scene of classic Americana with a twist at the Irvine Spectrum Saturday morning as kids sold the summer refreshment for pediatric cancer...
  • Relay for Life nets more than $120K

    Surf City raised more than $120,000 and had about 1,600 people come out to the Huntington Beach Relay for Life in May to support finding a cure for cancer. The Relay for Life is the American Cancer Society's signature event, and cities across the nation...
  • Hoag expands to Irvine

    IRVINE — Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian is known for providing high quality health care in Newport Beach. Since Hoag Hospital's inception in 1952, it has quadrupled in size — from 75 to 498 beds — and has quickly become a leader...
  • New Hoag branch jumps into the future

    New Hoag branch jumps into the future
    Editor's note: This corrects the name of the RP-7's manufacturer. IRVINE — Doctors know every second counts when a patient's life is on the line, but so far teleportation to get a doctor where he or she needs to be — fast — isn't an...
  • The Crowd: Mothers, daughters show style at fashion show

    The causes were deserving. The mothers and their daughters were fashionable. And the tradition was embraced. The 25th annual mother-daughter spring fashion luncheon on behalf of National Charity League, Juniors, Newport Beach chapter, unfolded at the...
  • Academic, Athletic Award Winners

    This corrects Gabrielle Herbosa's information. COSTA MESA HIGH SCHOOL Recipients of the 32nd annual Les Miller Outstanding Student Awards ANGELINE HONG School Activities/Clubs: Virtual Enterprise-Business Plan Team, Academic Decathlon, varsity tennis,...
  • Lobdell: A thousand little miracles

    Lobdell: A thousand little miracles
    Miracle stories told during the Christmas season usually come packaged neatly with tidy endings that produce tears of happiness and smiles all around. This one is different. Though it's being told on Christmas Eve, this story set in Newport Beach is...
  • Upgrade your grandmother's ear trumpet

    Upgrade your grandmother's ear trumpet
    While most people put on headphones to tune out, UC Irvine has found a way to help people tune in with the help of an app called the EarTrumpet. The EarTrumpet assists hearing and tests hearing, determines the problem and adjusts the settings for the...
  • Apodaca: 'King's Speech' shedding light on stuttering

    Apodaca: 'King's Speech' shedding light on stuttering
    Kate Allen looks like the quintessential California girl, with her soft blond hair, a girl-next-door smile and lovely, ocean-colored eyes. The Corona del Mar High School freshman likes hanging out with her friends and rowing on a crew team. She dreams of...
  • Fitness Files: Double check emailed medical advice

    I'd spent the morning on a glorious hike in Limestone Canyon Nature Preserve, led by volunteers from the Irvine Nature Conservancy, and got around to emails late. The one from Francie, an intelligent former teacher who has credibility with me, was...
  • All About Food: Healthy eating not always intuitive

    All About Food: Healthy eating not always intuitive
    I am always looking for new information about food that I can share with readers. Here is the latest. One cup of Campbell's regular condensed soup has 810 calories, and most people eat the whole can's contents and that also means 2,030 mgs of sodium....
  • Radiation from long Mars journey could damage astronauts' brains

    Radiation from long Mars journey could damage astronauts' brains
    Many things would be difficult about conducting a manned mission to Mars, from designing a spacecraft that could make the 34-million-mile journey, to stocking and fueling it, to keeping its astronauts from getting flabby and bored. On Friday,...