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South Bend Tribune CorrespondentELKHART -- Agdia Inc. is growing because of the evolving agricultural market's high-tech ways to test for potentially devastating diseases. "It's been a constant growth area," said President Baziel Vrient, 61, who joined the Elkhart company as an...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Twenty-five days from retirement, Ralph was needed by police. A Fort Wayne patrol officer had pulled over a black Pontiac Bonneville on the city's south side, and soon enough Ralph was there, circling the car with his nose...
Tags: Cancer, Law Enforcement, Bank Robbery, Theft
DETROIT (AP) — The council that governs high school sports in Michigan has decided that a 19-year-old student with Down syndrome can participate in athletics during his senior year. Dean Dompierre says he found out Thursday that the Michigan High...
The mother of a local boy with a rare syndrome is speaking out after it took 8 years to get a diagnosis. She wants other parents to know, it is okay to keep pushing for answers. To most people, 9-year-old Alex Morlan, looks perfectly normal on the...
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Test-tube babies have higher rates of birth defects, and doctors have long wondered: Is it because of certain fertility treatments or infertility itself? A large new study from Australia suggests both may play a role. Compared to those conceived...
South Bend TribuneGreg Gaver is sitting at his family's dining room table in Granger, speaking congenially about his high hopes for his future, when his attention abruptly shifts and his head swivels toward his mother. “Can I have dinner?” the 21-year-old asks...
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South Bend TribuneWhen doctors first were coming to grips with the syndrome defined by an unstoppable urge to eat, those whose chromosomes created that urge rarely lived long enough for others to worry about what would happen to them as adults. With slow growth, low...
Tags: Behavioral Conditions, Autism, Diabetes, Fatigue, Health
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterNote: Tribune staff writer Bob Wieneke early last week spoke with three analysts to discuss a number of topics concerning Notre Dame football recruiting. The following are answers from Rivals.com national recruiting analyst Mike Farrell, CBS Sports...
Tags: Sports, Football, Mike Farrell
WASHINGTON (AP) — They live on your skin, up your nose, in your gut — enough bacteria, fungi and other microbes that collected together could weigh, amazingly, a few pounds. Now scientists have mapped just which critters normally live in or...
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Six new human embryonic stem cell lines derived at the University of Michigan are available for federal research. University of Michigan Health System officials say in a release Thursday that researchers can begin using...
NEW YORK (AP) — Four months ago the U.S. government sought to block publication of two studies about how scientists created an easily spread form of bird flu. Now a revised version of one paper is seeing the light of day with the government's...
BARATARIA BAY, La. (AP) — Open sores. Parasitic infections. Chewed-up-looking fins. Gashes. Mysterious black streaks. Two years after the drilling-rig explosion that touched off the biggest offshore oil spill in U.S. history, scientists are...
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