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January 31, 1986 | DON COOK, Times Staff Writer
Delegates from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization powers and the Soviet-led Warsaw Pact on Thursday began their 14th year of negotiations on military force reductions in Central Europe, and for the first time in this long stalemate, both sides are now talking cautiously about possible agreement.
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April 16, 1993 | MARK A. STEIN, TIMES SCIENCE WRITER
Environmentally friendly agriculture--in particular, a ritualized version of organic farming invented 70 years ago by an Austrian homeopath--could mitigate the damage of chemical-dependent conventional agriculture without cutting into farm profitability, a study has found.
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March 13, 1999 | BRENDA LOREE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Time was, health-food stores drew alternative types interested in purchasing boxes of tigers' milk cookies or bottles of strange elixirs from the mysterious East. But no more. "It used to be a select group who shopped in health-food stores," said Russell Brisbois, assistant manager at Lassen's Health Foods in Thousand Oaks.
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May 1, 2003 | Daniel Cariaga, Times Staff Writer
"Il Trovatore," often maligned, spoofed and denigrated, nonetheless remains a trove of musical riches high in the Verdi canon, and a gem of the composer's cherishable middle period. The reasons are obvious: its relentless melodiousness, its dramatic pungency, its wealth of great vocal ensembles.
HEALTH
October 16, 2000 | JOE GRAEDON and TERESA GRAEDON
Question: My husband is having a terrible time with his medicine. He must take Coumadin because of a heart rhythm thing, but his doctor keeps readjusting the dose. His bleeding time never seems right. He also takes Lanoxin, Plendil and Zocor. He eats grapefruit with bran cereal or oatmeal at breakfast. I fix veggies for lunch and dinner. Is grapefruit a problem with his pills? The doctor said that he should avoid salads and broccoli and that he shouldn't take aspirin but that Tylenol is OK.
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February 23, 1998 | JOE GRAEDON and TERESEA GRAEDON, Joe Graedon is a pharmacologist. Teresa Graedon holds a doctorate in medical anthropology and is a nutrition expert
Question: My husband, a 77-year-old medical doctor who still works, suffered from severe flatulence for almost two years. Believe me, it's no joke. He switched to soy milk and tried Beano to no avail. Doctors and pharmacists didn't help. Then a wise Hungarian masseuse suggested flax seed powder: one tablespoon with juice twice a day, and two capsules of fennel seed, taken two or three times a day. Both are available at health food stores. Within a few days the gas was gone.
HEALTH
September 15, 1997 | MARTIN MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
We have earthquake preparedness kits, smoke alarms and escape ladders. But what should we have in the house when a catastrophe doesn't strike? What medical items should always be handy to treat everything from hand cuts to upset stomach? We went to the experts and they developed two lists of medical products that every home must have or ought to have: The top 10 medical must-haves * Two kinds of pain relievers: acetaminophen (such as Tylenol) and either aspirin or ibuprofen.
HEALTH
November 30, 1998 | From WASHINGTON POST
Herbal medicines are increasingly popular, but many patients do not inform their physicians that they are using these alternative remedies, according to one of the studies released earlier this month by the American Medical Assn. This can be dangerous because some of the herbs affect prescription drugs that patients may also use. * Chamomile: Contains coumarin, but chamomile's effects on the body's anticoagulation system have not been studied.
HEALTH
July 15, 2002 | SHARI ROAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
More women than ever may now look for other ways to ease menopausal symptoms after last week's news that long-term hormone therapy increases slightly the risk of heart attacks, strokes and breast cancer. One of the most likely options, experts say, will be natural therapies. Already, more than 30% of women say they use herbs and other supplements, according to the North American Menopause Society.
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