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Lower-income teens aren’t getting enough sleep, researchers say

African-American high school students and boys in low- to middle-income families reported short, fragmented sleep, and that could play a role in their health risks, researchers reported Monday.

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Dog-yawn study hints at owner-empathy link

LOS ANGELES - Dog owners: Do you think your beloved animal has empathy for you when you come home dog-tired, drop into a chair and let out a big, loud yawn?

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Bullying victims likelier to go to jail

LOS ANGELES - There's been vast concern about bullying, and now comes another reason to make sure it doesn't happen: People who were bullied throughout childhood and adolescence were significantly more likely to end up in prison than people who were not, a study released Thursday shows.

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Whole milk isn't the enemy, say researchers

Much of the recent debate over serving milk to children has concerned flavored milk: Should it be distributed in schools? Or should the only milk children receive be the unflavored, reduced-fat variety?

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Schools should help prevent childhood obesity, survey says

LOS ANGELES - Ninety percent of Americans said schools should take a role in combating obesity - a sentiment counter to the idea that being overweight is a personal choice.

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No secrets in this chef's make-do home kitchen

No secrets in this chef's make-do home kitchen

LOS ANGELES - In Corina Weibel's kitchen, there are no secrets.

January 01, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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