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They stood in awe at the Sistine Chapel and the Acropolis. They dipped their toes into the Mediterranean. They hooped indoors and out. They even got sick together. Old Dominion's basketball trip to Italy and Greece provided short-term benefits and...
Tags: Basketball, Old Dominion Monarchs, Sports, Flu, Blaine Taylor
WGN NewsThe next steps for Francis Cardinal George as he faces another battle with cancer. We spoke with a local oncologist who helped explain the type of treatment the cardinal will begin next week, and the side effects he'll likely experience. It's been six...
Healthy kids clinic Howard County General Hospital in partnership with The Mall in Columbia will host a healthy kids clinic from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, in the Center Court. The event will feature bone density, blood pressure, height,...
Tammy Bowers left nothing to chance when Lexie, her 8-year-old Labradoodle, was scheduled to have several cancerous tumors removed two years ago. Before surgery and again after, the Howard County resident made appointments for Lexie to see Shari...
The thyroid gland is one of the most important glands in the body of humans and pets. It is located in the neck near the trachea or windpipe and has two lobes, one lobe on each side of the trachea. The gland is controlled by the pituitary gland which is...
Following the advice of his medical team, Chicago's Cardinal Francis George will begin four months of chemotherapy next week, according to a statement released Tuesday by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago. George, 75, who battled bladder cancer...
Some of the state has welcomed cooler weather and some rainfall in recent weeks. However, for many areas dealing with the Drought of 2012, it has been too late in coming to be of benefit to crops, pastures, and water supplies. The weather conditions...
LA JOLLA, Calif. -- Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute announced Thursday that a $22.5 million grant will allow them to continue investigating the inner workings of the immune system for the next five years. The grant was awarded by the...
KIAHIn South Africa, it’s all about the sex. Elephant sex that is. The elephant population is out of control, to the point it’s threatening other wild life and plants. Ok, so maybe that isn’t just because of pachyderm fornication. ...
Tags: South Africa, Vaccines
Q13 Fox News reporterA research institute in Seattle is developing a new concept that could revolutionize vaccinations for kids scared of needles. And as new research shows fewer parents have opted out of child vaccinations, a pain-free shot could be just the thing scared...
The upstairs Shebeen Lounge at Mozambique offers the ocean breeze, dramatic sunsets of the Laguna coast, and the sensational sounds of acoustic and reggae artists paired with savory cocktails and top-rated dining. And a night to remember is happening...
LA JOLLA, Calif. - At one of the many laboratories at the Scripps Research Institute, one drop at a time, a researcher is carefully working to crystalize components of what could become the first universal flu vaccine. "What we're trying to do now is...
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