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Lois Smith Harrison, a selfless, community-minded woman whose smile was full of love and faith and whose heart gave without limit, joined the Lord’s choir invisible Dec. 15, 2012. Lois adored her late husband, Richard Lee Harrison, with whom she...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A quarter of cardiac arrest survivors suffer long-term psychological problems such as anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and depression, a new review of research estimates. This additional stress on recovering patients is...
The Art & History Museums – Maitland (A&H) continues its popular Artists' Critique & Conversation series on Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 6 p.m. The program is free and open to the public. Each critique is led by artist, arts writer and instructor Josh...
Tags: Fine Artists, Arts and Culture, Maitland, Fine Arts, Teachers
Teenagers are bulking up, with almost 35% of male teens using protein powders and 6% using steroids, according to a study in the Journal Pediatrics that also found a significant number of girls engaging in similar behavior. Rates are higher than...
Another climate change study is projecting declines in runoff in many parts of the West, a scenario that would put more pressure on the region’s water supplies. Using new model simulations, scientists at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth...
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. abortions fell 5 percent during the recession and its aftermath in the biggest one-year decrease in at least a decade, perhaps because women are more careful to use birth control when times are tough, researchers say. The...
Da Chen hit bestseller lists in 1999 with his first book, the memoir "Colors of the Mountain." That, and its sequel, "Sounds of the River," told of the hardships he experienced while growing up in China during the Cultural Revolution. Chen had moved...
Larry S. Gibson's book on Thurgood Marshall examines the forces in Baltimore that shaped young judgeForty-three years of letters, photographs, campaign buttons, itineraries and the occasional miniature flag are crammed into 2,000 fat binders lining three walls — floor to ceiling — of a storage room in the University of Maryland School of...
Northwestern University and University of Kentucky scientists have created a new drug that could successfully prevent harmful inflammation in brains of people suffering fromAlzheimer's disease. The scientists, who published their findings in the July 25...
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L.A. NOWMichael Henry Heim, a well regarded scholar of Slavic languages at UCLA known for his translations of works by Gunter Grass, Milan Kundera, Thomas Mann and Anton Chekhov, has died. He was 69. Heim died Saturday at his home in......
As a lawyer and scientist for one of the world's largest makers of flame retardants, Todd Stedeford vigorously defended chemicals added to scores of household products — often by concluding the substances are far less dangerous than academic and...
World NowNorth Korea is willing to accept aid from South Korea after devastating floods left scores dead and tens of thousands homeless, South Korean officials said Monday. But exactly what the country will get and how has yet to be decided. If the two countries...
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