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The American Cancer Society is launched a major, long-term prevention study across the country and is looking for people in the Baltimore area to participate. The society says 12 million people have survived cancer and many more have avoided it. This...
Si hace seis años el ánimo preponderante era el enojo, hoy la sociedad mexicana se siente desencantada. Ni siquiera los ganadores en la elección –de todos los colores- lucen felices por “los triunfos” de sus favoritos. Hay desánimo, ni...
Last week, I wrote about the differences between dairy cows and beef cows while comparing the dairy cow to a diva. Beef cows are pretty low maintenance compared to their dairy cow sisters. Yes, the dairy cow does have a few things in common with a...
Genes make us who we are — in sickness and in health. We get our genetic makeup from our parents, of course, but in the future, we might be getting genes from our doctors too. Imagine your doctor promising to cure your cancer or heart disease by...
Cattle always are on the cutting edge, at least commercial cattle are. That means the average cow can be called upon to fit many niches. This is not true of cattle that are focused on their genetics to produce specific products. Again, for the most...
A good crossbreeding program takes some background in genetics, a big enough herd and land base, good bull suppliers and time to figure all that out. Producers looking for a simpler route to heterosis often opt to use a composite bull. “In order for a...
Rob hated to run. But he hated to stop even more. That's when his disparaging inner voice, the one that had belittled him since seventh grade, would emerge. If he didn't keep going, it said, he was going to get fat. He would never have the shredded abs...
Digital detox: Disconnecting on Vacation Now more than ever, people feel like they are always working, checking their emails on their phones and filing paperwork on their tablets. Tech reporter Rich DeMuro explores how to disconnect from work while...
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FOX 17 ReporterFive years ago, Ashlee and Gavin Senn of Howard City, gave birth to a beautiful baby girl named Lauren. Shortly following Lauren’s arrival, along came little brother Breylon. “When Breylon was born, he seemed very healthy. When he was six...
pix11.com | @pixscottA law enforcement official confirmed that the DNA found at both a Brooklyn protest and on the cd player of a Juilliard student murdered in 2004 was actually from a lab worker who handled both samples, according to reports. PIX11 News has learned that...
Curt Newsome returned to Hampton on Wednesday, an annual rite for Virginia Tech’s offensive line coach that takes him to the state high school coaching clinic and to his boyhood haunts. Before roaming the Convention Center and schmoozing with prep...
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