July 31, 2013 |
Nova Diabetes Care is recalling up to 62 million glucose test strips that show an incorrect high sugar level reading, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday. The voluntary recall was announced by the company Friday for products sold as under the brand names of Max Blood Glucose Test Strips and Nova Max Plus Glucose Meter Kits. The strips were sold in the U.S. and in 13 countries and Puerto Rico, the FDA said in statement. Top 10 riskiest industries for investors The federal agency warned that the inaccurate reading could cause users to administer an incorrect dosage error, leading some to seek immediately medical attention.
February 22, 2007
Your article "Photographs Framed by Fiction" [Feb. 8] announced the readings of short stories by prominent actors at the Getty Center -- part of the series "Selected Shorts: A Celebration of the Short Story" conducted by New York's Symphony Space. The irony is that people cannot listen to these wonderful readings on either of Los Angeles' NPR stations, KCRW and KPCC. Fortunately, it is possible to listen to the broadcasts on your computer via the Internet. Here are Internet links to a few stations, plus the times that "Selected Shorts" are broadcast: wnyc.
April 27, 1986
Though I have been an Angeleno in exile in the Bay Area for six years, I have remained a daily reader of The Times and an admirer of its real estate, housing, and urban affairs coverage. It was especially nice to read an article by Bradley Inman (March 30) in the real estate section. Being involved with housing, I have become familiar with Inman's work with the Bay Area Council and his writing in local publications. I have come to respect and enjoy his well-balanced and insightful commentary on problematic real estate issues and the wide range of topics and perspective that he uncovers.
October 6, 1995
Shelley Berman, Taylor Negron, Arlene Golonka and Richard Kline are among the celebrity cast set to perform staged readings of Malvin Wald's "Hollywood Trilogy" and Allan Byrnes' "The Elevator" at the Friars' Club in Beverly Hills on Tuesday as a benefit for the nonprofit West Coast Jewish Theatre. Monty Hall will also make an appearance. Tickets are $25 for the performance and reception; $50 with dinner. Reservations: (213) 466-1767.
July 21, 2000
"The Fifth Annual High School Stage Readings," readings of screenplays written by teenagers and performed by theater professionals, will be presented Sunday from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at the Mark Taper Auditorium of the Los Angeles Central Library, 630 W. 5th St. Presented by the Scriptwriters Network's High School Fellowship program, the readings are "Reflections," by Jennifer Wells; "Connections," by Susan Zeile; "Travis," by Jennifer Marmor; and "Bluff of Truth," by Stephen Gruber.
March 19, 1992 |
In Spain, the tertulias, a kind of communal meeting, goes way back, before there were books, newspapers, radios and TVs. Spaniards felt the need for a mass get-together to discuss the events of the day, both topical and cultural, and would meet in town squares, bars or homes. Traditionally, the free-for-all debates and dialogues would eventually give way to more aesthetic impulses.