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How Doctors Can Make Gun Safety Part of Routine Care

Scrubs Addressing the Firearm Epidemic (SAFE) offers a free course for doctors to learn how to talk about gun safety with patients.

Tilda Swinton Is Done With Film Set Mask Mandates

Despite having discussed her long Covid struggles, the actor told the SXSW crowd she's "not wearing a mask because I’m super healthy and I’ve had COVID so many times … and I have faith"

How Liquid Death Made Water Punk

A savvy millennial marketer repackaged humble bottled water into the hippest—and most liquid—drink in L.A.

How TikTok Addiction Overtook a Successful Doctor’s Life

The euphoric high from having one's content go viral releases a powerful hit of dopamine. Until a family intervention, Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler was powerless to stop chasing it on TikTok

Children’s Hospitals Fill Up as RSV Runs Rampant Across the U.S.

A dramatic spike in cases of respiratory syncytial virus is leaving pediatric units around the nation overwhelmed

From Puppet to Muppet, Ted Cruz is Now Arguing with Elmo

After the “Sesame Street" star received a coronavirus shot, Sen. Cruz took to social media to confront the Muppet

Venus Williams On L.A.’s Healthcare and Homeless Crisis: We Must Keep Talking About It

”It's so important to talk about these topics because if we're not talking about them, then we can't address them,” tennis champ tells LAMag

George Sear’s ‘Love, Victor’ Alcoholism Storyline Hits Close To Home

“Unfortunately, my uncle is no longer here anymore,” actor tells LAMag

U.S. Finally Drops COVID Test Rule for International Air Travel

Starting Sunday, air travelers will no longer need a COVID test before boarding a flight to the U.S., and the tourism industry is stoked

To Live and (Almost Die) in L.A.: I Beat Cancer During the Pandemic then Fled the City

In recognition of Cancer Survivors Day, veteran entertainment reporter Marisa Sullivan shares her breast cancer journey