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Gloria Allred meets with Travolta accuserupdated: Wed May 23 2012 21:10:00

Los Angeles lawyer Gloria Allred flew to Atlanta Wednesday to confer with a male massage therapist who accused John Travolta of groping him.

Gloria Allred sued over Travolta accusersupdated: Mon May 21 2012 21:17:00

The lawyer who filed a sexual battery lawsuit against John Travolta on behalf of two male massage therapist and then dismissed it is now suing another lawyer for allegedly stealing his clients.

Gloria Allred representing massage therapist in Travolta sex assault caseupdated: Wed May 16 2012 18:00:00

A massage therapist who accused John Travolta of sexually assaulting him at the Beverly Hills Hotel hired high-profile attorney Gloria Allred to represent him a day after he withdrew from a lawsuit filed by another lawyer.

Lawyer: John Travolta 'vindicated' in sex suitupdated: Tue May 15 2012 22:16:00

The withdrawal of one of two massage therapists from a sex battery lawsuit against John Travolta "completely vindicated" the actor, Travolta's lawyer said Tuesday.

Lawyer: 'Droves' of potential plaintiffs in Travolta sex suitupdated: Wed May 09 2012 21:41:00

John Travolta's lawyer argued a time-stamped photograph and a restaurant receipt show the actor was not in Los Angeles when a massage therapist claims he sexually assaulted him at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

Travolta accused of sexual assaultupdated: Wed May 09 2012 05:32:00

A.J. Hammer reports that a massage therapist says John Travolta inappropriately touched him during a session.

Two men accuse John Travolta of sexual battery in lawsuitupdated: Wed May 09 2012 05:32:00

A federal lawsuit accusing John Travolta of assault and sexual battery on two massage therapists includes lurid details of one of the alleged incidents. Travolta's lawyer soundly rejected the claims of both plaintiffs and called the claims of the first plaintiff "complete fiction."

Massage therapists sue Favre, N.Y. Jetsupdated: Tue Jan 04 2011 15:22:00

Embattled quarterback Brett Favre is facing new sexual allegations after two massage therapists filed lawsuits against him and the New York Jets football organization, where he was formerly employed.

People.com: Brett Favre Sued for Sexual Harassmentupdated: Tue Jan 04 2011 10:31:00

Two former Jets massage therapists file a lawsuit against the quarterback in New York

Best gifts for jobseekersupdated: Mon Dec 13 2010 09:30:00

Chances are you probably know quite a few people who are smack in the middle of a job search, and if any of them are on your holiday gift list this year, you may want to pay a little extra attention to what you stuff their stockings with.

Al Gore case heats upupdated: Fri Jul 02 2010 09:44:00

CNN's Joe Johns has more on a massage therapist's accusations against former Vice President Al Gore.

CNNMoney: From manufacturing to massageupdated: Tue Dec 15 2009 10:19:00

Finding any job is hard enough these days, and in a declining industry like manufacturing, opportunities are dwindling fast. But some proactive workers have found a solution: retraining.

Twenty jobs that earn $20 an hourupdated: Wed Apr 22 2009 08:56:00

Watch the news for 30 minutes and you'll quickly lose perspective of the value of a dollar.

How some women never get sickupdated: Wed Oct 01 2008 09:12:00

They survive cold season without a sniffle. They fly in germ-packed airplanes unscathed. And they somehow avoid stomach bugs that decimate the office. Wish you could be one of these women who never get sick? Try one or -- even better -- all of these seven secrets, and you may join this club come flu season.

Six most bewildering spa moments updated: Wed Jun 25 2008 17:56:00

It's hard to feel completely liberated from work and family stresses if you're facing a set of new ones, like whether you're overdressed for your massage or undertipping an aesthetician. Sidestep these little land mines so that nothing sabotages your spa experience.

Healing handsupdated: Fri May 30 2008 10:45:00

Massage therapy has many physical health benefits, as CNN's Judy Fortin explains.

When to skip that massageupdated: Fri May 30 2008 10:45:00

Massage, that art of laying on hands, has been around for a while and has seen some changes through the years.

Belly 'facials,' photographers for moms-to-beupdated: Tue Apr 29 2008 13:37:00

Before the crying, diaper changes and sleepless nights set in, a growing number of moms-to-be are spending their pregnancies in the lap of luxury. From belly "facials" to in-home massage therapy and private yoga sessions, women are indulging like it might be their last chance.

Need a career change? Five jobs that let you see the worldupdated: Fri Mar 21 2008 13:23:00

Finding a career that allows you to travel is not always an easy task, but if you're a college grad looking to make an adventure of your gap year, a professional looking for a change of pace or anyone looking for cultural exposure, a job abroad may be the right choice for you.

Time.com: Post-Op Rx: Get a Massageupdated: Tue Dec 18 2007 12:20:00

Several new studies show that a simple backrub offers significant pain relief for patients after major surgery

SI.com: Richard Hoffer: Douglas over Tyson, 1990updated: Thu Jul 19 2007 06:16:00

Editor's note: We asked SI.com writers to share their memories from the best game they've ever seen. Here are their stories:

Hot stones to chill outupdated: Tue Jul 17 2007 08:04:00

What is it: A hot stone massage.

The 21st century CAVEmanupdated: Tue Jun 19 2007 05:50:00

Over the past decade the medical world has been the beneficiary of some of the most promising advances in virtual reality technologies, transforming the lives of patients and medical students as well as equipping doctors with more efficient tools and means of treatment.

Pamper yourself: Hot stone massageupdated: Fri Jun 15 2007 08:55:00

What is it: A hot stone massage that uses heated basalt stones to relax and re-energize the body. Being more involved, and even spiritual, than the usual massage, it's intended to leave you with a greater sense of well-being than just a good rub down. The heat of the stones is supposed to relieve tension and nervous fatigue, while the placing of different sized stones on the body's chakra points is meant to create a more balanced flow of energy.

When massages go badupdated: Wed Jun 13 2007 08:43:00

Treatments for men and men-only spas or grooming salons have been a phenomenon of the past decade and have helped spawn that dreadful modern urban archetype the metrosexual -- you may as well be called asexual.

Pamper yourself: Massageupdated: Tue May 22 2007 07:48:00

What is it: A traditional deep tissue massage of the body using aromatherapy oils at men's grooming salon, Gentleman's Tonic. The massage can be tailored to personal preference. Those who want to feel revitalized could have something a bit harder than someone just after relaxation. Apart from just relaxing muscles it also helps get rid of toxins that have built up in the body.

Massage: It's real medicineupdated: Thu Mar 08 2007 09:47:00

Having your honey rub your back is sweet, but it's tough to compete with the hands of a pro. A good massage therapist can make you feel like a new person. And now research suggests massage can ease insomnia, boost immunity, prevent PMS, and more. Maybe that's why hospitals are making it a standard therapy.

Choosing a good spaupdated: Mon Jul 03 2006 11:45:00

When that extra piece of chocolate or glass of wine is no longer helping you unwind, you may decide to hit the spa for some professional care and a little "R and R." But how do you choose the right spa, and what do you do once there?

Spas: Not just for the rich and famous anymoreupdated: Mon Jul 03 2006 11:45:00

Spa experiences for a wider range of tastes and budgets are springing up all over the world, and weary Americans are taking note.

America's best spa values: West and Southwestupdated: Wed Jun 28 2006 16:08:00

Where are the best values in spa vacation? Budget Travel magazine picked their favorites in different regions around the nation.

CNNMoney: Flex your spending musclesupdated: Fri Oct 08 2004 10:48:00

Flex-spending accounts allow employees to set aside pre-tax dollars to meet health care costs. But as anyone with one of these accounts knows, whatever you don't use, you lose!

Money Magazine: Easing the Pain Insurers are starting to pay for alternative health care. Are you covered?updated: Wed Nov 01 2000 00:01:00

Like many journalists, I've long suffered from carpal tunnel syndrome, a typing-related repetitive stress injury. Last year, though, physical therapy stopped doing me any good. When my doctor menti...

Money Magazine: Fifteen novel anniversary gifts your loved one will surely loveupdated: Wed Jun 01 1994 00:01:00

First aired Dec. 10, 1951, the 10th episode of I Love Lucy opens with Ricky Ricardo toting home a $3,500 mink coat he's rented for his nightclub act. But when his crazy redhead eyeballs that specta...

Fortune: RUBBING MANAGERS THE RIGHT WAYupdated: Mon May 21 1990 00:01:00

Sometimes the best antidote to corporate stress is hands-on management. So say people at Apple Computer, GE's NBC, Johnson & Johnson, Merrill Lynch, Wells Fargo Bank, and a host of other companies ...

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