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email@example.comThe candidates for the Brown County Commission would bring different experiences and perspectives to a job that requires providing quality county services on a limited budget. Four candidates are vying for two positions. Duane Sutton, commission...
Reuters(Reuters) - Babies were less likely to get the itchy skin rash eczema when their mothers took probiotics during pregnancy and while breastfeeding, according to a study from Finland. Researchers said it's possible that probiotics - which are thought to...
ST. LOUIS - Research funded by the United Soybean Board (USB) and soy checkoff has made a breakthrough that could strengthen the soybean plant's resistance to soybean cyst nematode (SCN). This disease is U.S. soy's biggest yield robber, causing more...
RICHMOND — Louise Rutledge Dowerman, 100 years old, of Danville, formerly of Richmond, the widow of Jacob M. “Jake” Dowerman, died peacefully, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012, at her home. Born June 23, 1912, in Richmond, she was a daughter of...
Emily Kline and Mary Berg have joined North Dakota State University's Carrington Research Extension Center as area Extension livestock environmental management specialists. They will be providing the information and education livestock producers need to...
Tags: Zoology, Animal Science
HARRODSBURG — Patricia Mary Sircy, 81, of Harrodsburg, Ky., died Friday, June 29, 2012, at home on her beloved farm after a two-year battle with health issues. Born Sept. 11, 1930, in Milwaukee, Wis., as the only daughter of Joseph G. and Katherine...
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Kansas Track and Field Historian for CatchItKansasUSA National Junior Track & Field Championships, Bloomington, IN – June 15-17, 2012 For the second time in three days Alli Cash (SM West) set a new Kansas all-time best for the girls’ 1500 meters. Cash finished fourth in Sunday’s finals...
Even if you are reading this without glasses, it's not too early to start taking your eye vitamins. Some nutrients can stave off the burdensome vision loss and eye disease that occur as we age, mounting research suggests. But claims by supplement...
Tags: Julie Deardorff, Diabetes, Vitamin E, Health, Vitamin D
ReutersFor all the bluster of her book's title, "The End of Men: And the Rise of Women," Hanna Rosin is surprisingly ambivalent about whether men are, in fact, doomed. Women are quicker to adapt to the economy's new demands, Rosin says, pursuing higher...
He came to Northern State on a basketball scholarship, but before he was done, Tom Wensmann found himself on the doorstep of the National Football League. The multisport athlete from Burnsville, Minn., was invited to the Cleveland Browns' training camp...
The Friends @ the Carnegie will host author/journalist Mary Agria from Bay View at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 25, at the Carnegie building in Petoskey. Agria will discuss "Garden of Eve," her second book in the "Life in the Garden" series. Her first book...
Facing down a man-eating lion is not the same as facing down an Excel spreadsheet, but try explaining that to your body's stress receptors. And good luck getting their attention above the din of your stalled commuter train, looming presentation at work,...
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