Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
The memory is still fresh in my mind more than 40 years later: I was a fourth-year surgical resident at the University of
“He was in awe when the baby just popped out completely enclosed,” read a statement from Cedars-Sinai sent to the San Francisco
It's just as important for patients to control the way they die as the way they live. Physicians have a golden opportunity to do their part by helping patients and families navigate the final leg of life's journey. All they need to do is take the time to have the conversation.
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The 'Drop Dead Pork Chops' -- Why Fight Cancer? -- Sunday, July 28, Cal Spirit Food and Wine Festival at PDC
Why fight? Because life is a gift and there is always hope. My mother lived to see her children and grandchildren grow and
If you're a trend-watcher, there's an intriguing statistical uptick that's worth a second glance and it involves women, their health and where they're giving birth.
Culture & Arts
The first time I heard about the importance of having really good works of art displayed in hospitals, I thought to myself, what a strange idea.
A growing body of scientific study, "inactivity research," shows that prolonged sitting can lead to serious health problems, regardless of whether you exercise and are at fighting weight.
Combining movement with meditative practices can help protect your good health -- but let common sense control expectations.
One-off 1937 Delahaye 145 race car was broken down to pieces and parts to hide it from Nazis; see below for where you can
Basketball legend Bill Walton is beloved as much for his boundless enthusiasm and quirky individualism as for his hoops heroism. But the class and perseverance he's shown through decades of severe chronic back, leg and foot pain might just top his most courageous courtside achievements.