And the Oscar Goes to… Alopecia!

The heartbreaking moment did have one silver lining in that it got everyone talking about a disease that affects hundreds of thousands of people.
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More and More Celebrities Are Coming Out as Infrequent Bathers

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher started a trend, but they weren't the first to air their dirty truth
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From Hollywood to Silicon Beach, L.A. Professionals Are Using LSD to Amp Up Their Careers

Taking small amounts of psychedelic drugs—a practice known as "microdosing"—has gone mainstream

15 Places to Get Your Outdoor Yoga Fix in L.A.

A guide to the best al fresco yoga classes in L.A.

Without Visitors Around, the Animals at the L.A. Zoo Are Living It Up

The L.A. Zoo has been off-limits to humans since March, but the 1,100 animals who call it home are wild about pandemic life
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Everyone’s Buzzing About Biohacking, but Will It Actually Help You Live Longer?

From Santa Monica to Silicon Valley, a growing band of new age techies is leading a health revolution. Is the path to immortality really paved with ozone enemas and cryotherapy sessions?
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An Error in Judgement in the Operating Room, a Life Changed Forever

In an excerpt from his recently released book, an L.A. brain surgeon recalls the time he didn’t trust his gut and the tragedy that ensued

How L.A. Got Hooked on Adderall

“There are parents coming in wanting their kids to get it, especially in West L.A, because they know the other kids are taking it and they don’t want them having an advantage,” Stephanie Zisook, a psychiatrist tells LA Mag.