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WSBT-TV ReporterIf it seems like the St. Joseph (MI) girls basketball team has good chemistry, there's a reason for that. Two, actually. "There's no doubt that family chemistry helps team chemistry," Bears coach Jeff Wallace said. "And we're trying to breed the...
GREENDALE, Wis. (AP) — In a reversal of fortunes, a once-unwanted cat has come to the rescue of an animal shelter that needs a new home. However, this orange-and-white tabby named Daniel is no typical cat. He has a near-record 26 toes, a phenomenon...
Tags: Cat (animal)
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterGREENSBORO, N.C. -- Ask around about how Notre Dame sophomore guard Eric Atkins can play so many minutes game after game and almost as many answers arise. His head coach believes it might be genetics. How else could Atkins routinely pound down nothing...
Hackles raise, pupils dilate, body position changes to a more erect stance, ears perk up, facial twitches begin, and low growling can be heard from people on both sides of this issue. There is such a huge divide between both arenas; it becomes difficult...
CHICAGO (AP) — Experts have blamed most of the risk for autism on inherited genes. Now one of the largest studies of twins and autism shifts the focus to the womb. It suggests that the mother's age and health may play a larger role than was thought....
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - Students in Susan McClements' business class are becoming advertising gurus. Their job? To create marketing materials for a local musician. They broke into teams and volunteered for tasks based on their strengths and weaknesses. Using...
Fatherhood may be a kick in the old testosterone, but it may also help keep a man alive. New research suggests that dads are a little less likely to die of heart-related problems than childless men are. The study — by the AARP, the government and...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterCASSOPOLIS - Thick, black mud squishes underfoot and tall reeds sway overhead, crowding this remote wetland trail at the Edward Lowe Foundation in Cass County. Eric Hileman tramps along under the blue autumn sky, carrying live cargo in a white, plastic...
Tags: Wetlands, Endangered Species, Lincoln Park Zoo, Biology, Science
To University of Notre Dame geneticist Harvey A. Bender, science was more than a technical discipline — it was an adventure story. That's what his daughter, Dr. Leslie Bender, of Baltimore, recalls about her dad, who died Saturday at the age of 78....
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Some police officers across the country are opposing efforts to force them to submit DNA samples, saying they're concerned about privacy rights and the possibility management would misuse the information. A number of police...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSmall steps have guided Jack Cooley through the first two years of college basketball, but the Notre Dame junior power forward recently took a big one to start his most important season to date. Eight days before the official start of practice, the Irish...
It’s been more than 15 years, but I can still see our beautiful yellow English Labrador retriever Jake running through the field behind our hospital, on a mission he knew all too well. Our daughter barely able to walk, had put Jake in a “...
Tags: Cancer, Physical Conditions, Genetics, Hips, Biology
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