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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...
L.A. NOWEight years ago this week, Marine Sgt. Rafael Peralta of San Diego was killed in Iraq during the battle for Fallouja, the bloodiest house-to-house fighting involving Marines since Vietnam....
BOZEMAN, Mont. - An MSU Extension-sponsored tour of pulse crop test plots researchers have been studying in Richland will take place on July 18. The event will showcase pulse crop research and test varieties developed by Montana State University, North...
Attorney General Linda L. Kelly and State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan announced today that charges have been filed in a shooting death that occurred in New Milford Township, Susquehanna County, on November 13, 1983. John David Walker, 52, of...
Dr. James Roncie Duke, a retired ophthalmologist and Johns Hopkins pathologist who was a collector of F. Scott Fitzgerald's works and lived in what once was the novelist's Baltimore home, died of complications from dementia Oct. 16 in Bolton Hill. He...
Last year more than 4,000 patients passed through the doors at the Breast Center at Palms West Hospital, which has been providing full screening and biopsy service to the western communities since 2000. "We work closely with many of the surgeons out...
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Farmers in a stretch of Illinois where most of the nation's pumpkins are grown say their crop looks relatively smashing and is likely to be one of the few successes in a year when severe drought baked most of the nation's heartland. The...
FARGO, N.D. (AP) - A North Dakota State University researcher widely known for her work fighting the crop disease scab has retired. Plant pathologist Marcia McMullen had been a fixture on the Fargo campus for nearly three decades and in 1996 became...
Tags: Medical Specialization
Thomas Stephen Szasz, arguably the world's foremost psychiatrist, died Sept. 8. 2012. Former psychiatrist and current columnist Charles Krauthammer wrote that "Szasz is the kind of author no one reads but everyone knows about." That's unfortunate. Too...
Washington's Most WantedAn autopsy is the last chance law enforcement has to determine the exact cause of death — and there's only one chance to get it right. "You don’t have a second chance to go back to that body so everything you do at this exam is going to be...
Tags: Medical Specialization, Suicide, Health
Tribune reporterCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle has named her choice to become the new Cook County medical examiner. In an item just added to the Cook County Board's agenda for today's meeting, Preckwinkle proposes that Dr. Stephen J. Cina replace Dr. Nancy...
Dear Amy: Ten years ago, while married, I became romantically involved with a woman who also was married at the time. A few years ago, my wife and I divorced, but the girlfriend "Leigh" remained married (her husband was a traveling salesman, so he wasn'...
Tags: Medical Specialization, Adultery
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