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ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Parents who are taught to recognize and respond to signs of pain in their prematurely born babies are more confident in caring for their children once they leave the hospital, a new study shows. Parents' stress levels,...
Tags: Politics, Nursing, Medical Services, Elections, Health
FOX40 NewsAs America approaches the ten-year anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks there are still some members of the search and rescue teams who have never been able to speak about their experience but a new book will do it for them. They are the search and...
ReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - Patients with the rare form of cancer suffered by Apple Inc's Steve Jobs face a tougher battle if the disease recurs, because of the methods used in fighting it. Jobs said on Wednesday that he could no longer be chief executive...
A Fulbright grant recipient and a well-regarded figure in the wine industry, Christian Adams, 37, was en route to San Francisco on September 11 for an event promoting German wines. Holding degrees in viticulture, wine making, and marketing from...
Tags: Germany, Alcoholic Beverages, Viniculture
FOX40 NewsA young girl, only the third American to survive rabies without receiving the vaccine, left a Sacramento hospital Wednesday. Precious Reynolds, an 8-year-old from Humboldt County, walked out of UC Davis Medical Center. A huge accomplishment considering...
Seung-yun Kim, assistant professor of computer sciences at Shepherd University, worked with two local high school teachers who were awarded a $36,000 grant through the West Virginia IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence program. Wendy Lee,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLOUISVILLE — As Dr. Steven Hall sat in prison Wednesday, his attorneys argued before three state appellate judges that he should receive a new trial in the 2009 death of his wife, Isabel Hall, whom he ran over with a pontoon boat. Not long into...
Tags: Witnesses, Litigation, Prosecution, Lawyers, Justice System
An Iraq veteran received a kidney donation this week in San Diego, donated by a fellow Marine left brain-dead following a training accident, squeezing what is normally a five-year process into two days. The rare, fast-paced swap shows the deep bond among...
Tags: Iraq, Armed Forces, Defense, Health, Texas
SAN DIEGO -- UC San Diego was third "coolest'' school in the annual ranking of the most sustainable colleges and universities released Wednesday by Sierra Magazine, the publication of the Sierra Club. UCSD was honored for its co-generation plant that...
Costa Mesa High product Sharon Day is in 12th place after four events on the first day of competition in the heptathlon at the IAAF Track and Field World Championships on Monday in Daegu, South Korea. The former Olympian will take 3,700 points into the...
SANTA ANA — Jury selection began Monday in the case against 10 students charged with misdemeanors for allegedly taking part in a protest against Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren at UC Irvine last year. Prospective jurors were asked a variety of...
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