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NEWS
July 15, 1993 | SHARI ROAN
Those cute little baby bottles with the shapes and logos of popular soft-drink containers aren't cute to children's dentists. If parents take the hint and actually fill the bottles with those sweet liquids, they could contribute to a serious problem: baby-bottle tooth decay, which affects about 10% of the nation's young. Baby teeth decay because of prolonged exposure to sugary foods and liquids.
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FOOD
June 20, 2001 | Donna Deane
These French Provencal bags handmade in Montpellier, France, are large and roomy--ideal for farmers market shopping. You'll be able to carry everything from produce to long-stemmed flowers. They're also good for the beach or one would make a great bag for toting baby bottles and diapers. They come in a variety of traditional patterns. The large 24x17-inch bags can be washed. French Provencal shopping bags, $50, from Dishes a la Carte, 5650 W. 3rd St.
HOME & GARDEN
December 6, 2008
Just how crazy are some pet lovers? It's a question that needs no words to answer -- not when you have a photo of an otherwise dignified feline posed in a pink wig. Go to www.kittywigs.com, and the first question in the FAQ says it all: "Is this for real?" The answer, of course, is yes.
HEALTH
September 17, 2007
It isn't hard to avoid plastics in baby bottles ["Are Plastics Safe?," Sept. 10]. Simply choose to breast-feed, and plastic or glass bottles won't be necessary. It is quite possible to limit exposure to possibly harmful contaminants while increasing your child's health with breast milk's many benefits. Holly Hollander West Hills -- Your in-depth story on the dangers of chemicals used in the manufacturing of plastics is fair and balanced, and it provides all the more reason why Gov.
WORLD
July 16, 2013 | By Vincent Bevins
SÃO PAULO, Brazil -- A man died after a one-ton cow crashed through his roof and landed on him while he was asleep in bed, local press reported.   Authorities said the cow wandered down a hill and onto the top of the home of Joao Maria de Souza, 45, in the small city of Caratinga before crashing through a thin asbestos roof.   Maria de Souza was initially conscious after the blow on July 10, authorities said, but succumbed to injuries the next day.   The cow, which was reportedly uninjured, narrowly missed his wife.
NATIONAL
December 23, 2005 | From Associated Press
A nun convicted of smearing her blood on a Colorado nuclear missile silo in an antiwar protest was released from federal prison Thursday after about two years behind bars. Ardeth Platte, 69, and two other Dominican sisters were arrested in 2002 after they cut a chain-link fence surrounding a Minuteman III silo and used baby bottles to dispense their blood in the shape of a cross. Air Force security left training exercises to respond, arriving at the site in armored vehicles.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 26, 2002 | JESSICA GARRISON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A 4-week-old goat was left at the Monrovia library Thursday, perhaps as a protest against the city's controversial plan to use goats to remove hillside vegetation. But delighted city officials, one of whom spent the day buying goat's milk and baby bottles, were not complaining. "I don't know if it's a prank, but this thing is so cute," said Fire Chief Mike DiGiovanna, who scrapped weekend getaway plans to bottle-feed the kid. "Everyone has fallen in love with it."
NEWS
August 17, 1993 | Reuters
Health authorities in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, in central China have discovered a woman who likes the taste of rubber so much she has eaten more than 800 rubber nipples for baby feeding bottles since 1990. The official Economic Evening News reported that the woman, in her mid-30s, developed a taste for rubber three years ago. "One day she chewed a rubber nipple to pieces and swallowed," the newspaper said in a report seen Monday. After that, she ate more than 800 of them.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 10, 2000 | JESSICA GARRISON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A man apparently carrying two bottles of the hallucinogen PCP aboard a Dallas-bound American Airlines flight departing from Los Angeles International Airport forced the flight's cancellation Wednesday after fumes from the chemical filled the cabin with a noxious odor shortly before takeoff, authorities said.
OPINION
March 27, 2008 | ROSA BROOKS
Mothers of America, Disney wants to destroy you. You hoped your little girl's Disney princess obsession was harmless, didn't you? You chuckled over the picture of Sleeping Beauty on your toddler's pull-ups, and you told yourself it was "just a phase" when your 5-year-old insisted that she needed at least 63 Disney princess dress-up costumes. But don't be fooled by the sparkly magic wands, the pint-sized tiaras and those cute little "animal friends."
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