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The Arboretum Is Open to a Limited Number of Visitors for Social Distancing Strolls

With wide paths and open spaces, it’s a (relatively) safe option for housebound urbanites
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How to Get a Good Workout When All the Gyms Are Closed

L.A.'s gyms are closed to the public at least until March 31, but there are plenty of ways to get your heart rate up in the meantime
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UPDATE: L.A. Gyms Are Temporarily Closing Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak

Gyms and other fitness facilities are among the public places included in Mayor Garcetti's executive order
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People Wanted President Oprah. But They Seem Happy to Settle for Self-Improvement Guru Oprah

A look inside the mogul's celebby, self-helpy, Weight Watchers-sponsored 2020 Vision Tour
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So You’ve Been ‘Zodiac Shamed.’ You’re Not Alone

Rejected by roommates for being a Capricorn? Passed over for jobs for being a Virgo? Many claim astrological stereotyping has terrestrial consequences
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The Dark History of Quarantines in the United States

When public health epidemics like coronavirus stoke panic, governments have a long track record of responding to a political problem rather than a health problem
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Coronavirus Panic Is Causing an Outbreak of Xenophobia in L.A. and Around the World

Reminder: racism is not an acceptable reaction to a health epidemic
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This Line of Candles Is Inspired by the Sights and Smells of the San Fernando Valley

Valley Girl Apothecary's offerings burn like your love for the 818
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A New Documentary Takes a Deep Dive Into L.A.’s Struggling Mental Health System

Black Lives Matter founder Patrisse Cullors, who appears in the film, calls its broadcast ”beyond urgent”
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UCLA’s Fight to Patent a Life-Saving Cancer Drug Could Make the Medicine Virtually Unobtainable in India

The university once promised to take into account the needs of patients in developing countries. The battle over prostate cancer drug Xtandi has critics questioning its dedication to that pledge