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April 7, 2009
Multivitamins: An article in Monday's Health section about gender-specific multivitamins said Centrum Ultra Men's multivitamins contain no iron. They contain 8 milligrams of iron per tablet.
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April 7, 2009
Multivitamins: An article in Monday's Health section about gender-specific multivitamins said Centrum Ultra Men's multivitamins contain no iron. They contain 8 milligrams of iron per tablet.
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October 17, 1999 | HILARY E. MacGREGOR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An estimated 10,000 to 15,000 people swarmed onto USC's main campus Saturday for the first day of the inaugural Los Angeles Times Festival of Health. Sponsored by The Times, the free event--which continues today--features 45 panels and workshops on a wide range of topics, including the latest information on breast cancer, depression, yoga and meditation, alternative therapies and fitness.
NEWS
October 14, 2002
With today's Calendar and Health sections, the Los Angeles Times continues its changes in content and design. Calendar expands to include the Southern California Living section, adding style, fashion and living to its arts and entertainment report. Among the new features will be New York, N.Y. by Geraldine Baum.
NEWS
October 14, 2002
With today's Calendar and Health sections, the Los Angeles Times continues its changes in content and design. Calendar expands to include the Southern California Living section, adding style, fashion and living to its arts and entertainment report. Among the new features will be New York, N.Y. by Geraldine Baum.
NEWS
September 8, 1997
A new weekly section devoted to all aspects of health, for young and old, from medicine and fitness to prevention and treatment, begins today in The Times. Today's section features a road map for a longer and healthier life, advice from Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala, and a Guest Workout with Jack LaLanne.
HEALTH
September 15, 1997
Kudos to you and your staff for creating the new Health section! As a long-standing reader of the L.A. Times, this is a welcome addition. Consumer interest in health-related issues has never been higher. And your focus on prevention is most welcome. I wish you every success. Now for a minor--but important--critique of your lead article ("Ahead of the Game," Sept. 8) reported by Thomas Maugh. Given the emphasis you've placed on prevention, I am surprised to see that Maugh uses the same, dare I say "tired," taxonomy that has always been used when an attempt is made to present the major "causes" of death: an array of terms more relevant to pathophysiology than to actual cause-effect relationships.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 17, 1999 | HILARY E. MacGREGOR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An estimated 10,000 to 15,000 people swarmed onto USC's main campus Saturday for the first day of the inaugural Los Angeles Times Festival of Health. Sponsored by The Times, the free event--which continues today--features 45 panels and workshops on a wide range of topics, including the latest information on breast cancer, depression, yoga and meditation, alternative therapies and fitness.
HEALTH
September 15, 1997
Kudos to you and your staff for creating the new Health section! As a long-standing reader of the L.A. Times, this is a welcome addition. Consumer interest in health-related issues has never been higher. And your focus on prevention is most welcome. I wish you every success. Now for a minor--but important--critique of your lead article ("Ahead of the Game," Sept. 8) reported by Thomas Maugh. Given the emphasis you've placed on prevention, I am surprised to see that Maugh uses the same, dare I say "tired," taxonomy that has always been used when an attempt is made to present the major "causes" of death: an array of terms more relevant to pathophysiology than to actual cause-effect relationships.
NEWS
September 8, 1997
A new weekly section devoted to all aspects of health, for young and old, from medicine and fitness to prevention and treatment, begins today in The Times. Today's section features a road map for a longer and healthier life, advice from Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala, and a Guest Workout with Jack LaLanne.
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