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How much acetaminophen a day is safe?

Canada may decide it’s less

Canada’s top health agency is considering lowering the maximum recommended daily dose of acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol and other pain relievers.

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Child medication measurements confuse parents

Do you know the difference between teaspoons and tablespoons?

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What to expect from Tuesday’s Apple event

Microsoft and Nokia are also expected to announce tablets this week

In what is becoming an annual rite of fall, tablet makers are rushing to release a fresh selection of devices this month in time for the competitive holiday-shopping season.

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Nokia gets into the tablet game

Nokia is getting into the tablet business. The company announced a new 10-inch tablet called the Lumia 2520 on Tuesday at a press event in Abu Dhabi.

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Is cat poop dangerous?

Can affect memory, cognitive function

Cat poop could be a “vast and underappreciated" public health problem, according to Drs. E. Fuller Torrey and Robert H. Yolken.

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Apple unveils iPad Air

Microsoft, Nokia also launched new tablets on Tuesday

Thinner. Lighter. Faster. That’s what Apple promises in its newest iPad, which also has a new name: the iPad Air.

We have picked a great ally in India

Beyond the Rhetoric

On the morning of Sept. 20, we witnessed a very..

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Student Suspended for Not Standing During Pledge


A Houston student was suspended from school for...

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Sexual harassment in India: American student’s story sparks reaction

Michaela Cross, an American student at the University of Chicago, has written a powerful account of her study abroad trip to India last year, during which she says she experienced relentless sexual harassment, groping and worse.

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Idris Elba, JHud to star in film adaption of ‘Cats’


Actor Idris Elba is in final negotiations to join the movie adaption of Andrew Lloyd Webber's..

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Animal Services new grant will facilitate cat adoptions

The Los Angeles Department of Animal Services has received a $200,000 grant to facilitate..

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Alley Cats, Soul City perform at The AMP

Providing pre-fireworks entertainment will be a cappella Los Angeles regional act The..

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Firefighter pleads not guilty to alleged attack on woman feeding stray cats

A Los Angeles firefighter pleaded not guilty today to assault and battery in an off-duty dispute with a woman who was feeding stray cats in his neighborhood.

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Taylor Swift invites Lisa Kudrow onstage for 'Smelly Cat'

Continuing her run of inviting surprise guests to join her onstage during her current tour, Taylor Swift performed duets Wednesday night with Selena Gomez and Justin Timberlake.

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Officials urge pet licensing; more dog parks approved

Animal care and control field officers this week traveled through the streets and parks of Palmdale, Llano, Pearblossom and Littlerock to enforce pet licensing and spay/neuter laws. Dog and cat owners in unincorporated areas of the county are required to license and microchip their pets. Dogs and cats must also be spayed or neutered, with some exemptions for competition, breeding and service dogs and pets with health problems.

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Electrical fire damages Lawndale house

Six pets unaccounted for

LAWNDALE, Calif. — An electrical fire damaged a house in Lawndale this morning and killed at least one cat, authorities said.

Natural-born leaders

As Women's History Month comes to a close, one key concern to keep in mind...

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Protect your pets in extreme heat

When it is hot for you, it is even hotter for your furry friend. Dogs and cats do not sweat through their skin. Instead they cool themselves by panting or rapid breathing, which means animals must work extra hard to stay cool.

Central Neighborhood Health Fdn. receives Telehealth Program grant

Serving South Los Angeles

Since the adoption of the COVID-19 Telehealth Program, the FCC has acted to review..

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Officers hunt down headmistress after Indian school poisoning kills 23 children

PATNA, India — A week after an Indian school served toxic food to students, leaving 23 dead, its headmistress remains missing along with her husband, police said Tuesday.