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Culture MonsterLouise d'Haussonville arrived in Pasadena the other day, and it's always good to see her. Always strange too. One of the greatest portraits by one of the greatest portrait painters — French genius Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1780-1867), who didn't......
L.A. Times Tech BlogTexting could be bad for your health. Credit: Natalie Behring Are your shoulders aching? Try putting that smart phone down. A Booster Shot blog cites a study in which researchers found a link between text messages and feeling discomfort in the shoulders....
Booster ShotsHunched over their cellphones and hand-held computers, people text all day long, fingers busily pressing out messages like, "R U OK?" All that stooping and digit-moving may have some physiological consequences, according to a new study presented at the...
The Swampby Mark Silva and updated with president's statements. It's snowing so hard on Washington today that they are grounding all buses and surface trains. It's not going to stop anytime soon. There's already a foot of snow on the ground,......
L.A. Times Olympics BlogCasey Puckett, the 37-year-old four-time Olympian in alpine skiing, might not make his fifth Olympic Games this year after suffering a severe shoulder injury in France. Puckett came out of retirement to try to make it back to the Olympics......
Jeremiah Allison sits stone-faced inside the big yellow bus as it winds through a maze of South Los Angeles streets, escorted by police. His jaws clench, his eyes narrow and his mind races to the hard, if not impossible, task ahead. He is not alone. All...
The Fitness Center» Orlando Sentinel – The Fitness CenterI am not a runner, but I have this crazy dream that running could someday come easily to me. As it is, I’ve struggled to master a mile (and anything beyond), and if I don’t stay on top of any distance I’ve built up I quickly lose my endura...
Of The Morning CallHe was on his back for far too long, and he knew it. Rob Rohn, 23 and in the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship finals for the first and only time of his life, pinned three of his first four opponents to make it into the final against No. 6 seed Josh...
Los Angeles Times ContributorTo strengthen the muscles in your upper back and rear delts (those muscles in the back of your shoulders), try this simple move. It's ideal after hours of sitting in front of a computer or driving. Pulling your elbows behind you engages your upper back,...
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McClatchy/Tribune NewsRock drummers, some claim, are finely tuned athletes, as fit as any long-distance runner. But to get your head around that idea, you'll have to put aside all sorts of assumptions and stereotypes. First, forget "Spinal Tap," that hilarious mockumentary in...
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Content courtesy of HealthyWomen.org.If you were to look at yourself in a full-length mirror right now, would your body be slumped with poor posture? If so, you might quickly sit up straight and pull your head and shoulders back but, in a minute or two, when you've forgotten about what you...
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