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By Kristen Hansen Brakeman | January 8, 2009
My husband and two youngest daughters were headed for the door when I noticed they were packed rather light. “Where are the sleeping bags? Don’t you need them for your mom’s house?” “No. She had a thing, so we’re going to a hotel down in Long Beach. Thought I’d show them the Queen Mary.” “Won’t that be lovely,” I say, through gritted teeth. It was actually my idea for my husband to take our two younger daughters away for the night while our eldest had her first slumber party, partly to keep the younger girls out of their sister’s hair but mostly to prevent my husband from having that spontaneous migraine he gets whenever exposed to a group of shrieking 12-year-old girls.
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February 2, 2006
La Cañada resident and neurologist Mike Harrington of Pasadena's Huntington Medical Research Institutes argues that soon we may be able to detect brain disease before symptoms even begin. The secret is in the cerebrospinal fluid, the clear liquid that cushions our brain and spinal cord. As guest editor for the January issue of the respected medical journal Disease Markers, which was themed to the study of neural markers, Harrington edited 10 articles and co-authored three of the articles himself.
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By Ruth Longoria | October 4, 2007
Navigating construction along La Cañada?s Foothill Boulevard may be a short-term headache for commuters; but, when work there ends ? in a few more months ? that won?t be the end of problems for some business owners who say the ?improvements? associated with the new Town Center are becoming a migraine that won?t go away. About a half-dozen businesses on the south side of the 1000 and 1100 blocks of Foothill Boulevard complained to city staff recently after learning of a median to be built in the center of the boulevard.
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By Kristen Hansen Brakeman | January 8, 2009
My husband and two youngest daughters were headed for the door when I noticed they were packed rather light. “Where are the sleeping bags? Don’t you need them for your mom’s house?” “No. She had a thing, so we’re going to a hotel down in Long Beach. Thought I’d show them the Queen Mary.” “Won’t that be lovely,” I say, through gritted teeth. It was actually my idea for my husband to take our two younger daughters away for the night while our eldest had her first slumber party, partly to keep the younger girls out of their sister’s hair but mostly to prevent my husband from having that spontaneous migraine he gets whenever exposed to a group of shrieking 12-year-old girls.
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