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Donald A. Glaser Nobel Prize-winning physicist Donald A. Glaser, 86, a Nobel Prize-winning UC Berkeley physicist who invented a device called the bubble chamber, which allowed researchers to track the paths of high-energy atomic particles after...
When clients ask Miami travel agent Ralph Santisteban what's included in the price of a cruise, he answers: "Before I tell you what is included, let me tell you what's not included, because that list is much smaller." But as cruise lines diversify...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesConsider this premise for a novel: Helen Hamilton has always known there is something odd about her. It's not just her superhuman strength, which she has learned to mask, or her tendency to provoke strange attackers. Lately she's worried that she's...
KIAHInterpol is now involved in trying to track down 22 year old daycare operator Jessica Tata. She is believed to have fled to Nigeria before charges in connection to the deadly fire at her home day care last week were filed. At a press conference this...
The Hero ComplexHere at the Hero Complex, we've circled "Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief" as a project to watch next year, so we'll bringing you lots of coverage of its odyssey as a Hollywood venture. Today, Rachel Abramowitz has......
Times Staff WriterIf bird flu erupts into a pandemic, the world will need a lot of vaccine in a hurry. That would be virtually impossible with the current flu-vaccine manufacturing method, which is little changed since the 1940s. Several companies have bird flu vaccines...
McClatchy NewspapersThe economy may be sailing slowly these days, but that hasn't stopped South Florida's cruise lines, which are introducing a half-dozen new ships here this fall. Do these new superliners really offer anything "new"? Sure, they all have the amenities...
NewsdayThe company whose contaminated plant touched off last year's flu vaccine shortage said yesterday that it won't be able to make all the doses promised for the 2005-2006 influenza season, raising the possibility of another vaccine shortage this fall....
Times Staff WriterKnown through history as consumption, the white plague and hectic fever, tuberculosis ravages the lungs and wastes the body. It has felled statesmen and soldiers, poets and prisoners, drinkers and doctors in killing sprees that go back at least 3,000...
Tags: Health, AIDS, National Government, HIV, Flu
Championship bracket Finals Kate Swenson-Jessica Peterson, Hinsdale Central, d. Beth Gedonius-Christine Dutton, Tinley Park Andrew, 15-10, 15-13 (championship) Third Place Abby Kalal-Jenny Bekkedal, Downers Grove North, d. Archana Lakshman-Sara Svoboda,...
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Tribune staff reportersThe flu vaccine shortage took on increasing life as a campaign issue Wednesday as Sen. John Kerry's supporters and other Democrats pressed their charges that missteps by President Bush have exacerbated the problem. Across the nation, from the Chicago...
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