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South Bend TribuneMark Howie, of South Bend, recently had to make a decision about what to do for dinner. His wife, Molly, had a nephew’s ballgame to attend. He had to fly solo through cuisine-land. So he went to CVS, 51467 U.S. 31 North, to pick up a frozen pizza...
Thom McDaniels is no stranger to surgery. As a longtime athlete and high school football coach, he's spent years putting his knees through the wringer. After injuring his right knee again during football practice, he was told by an orthopedic surgeon that...
BROOKINGS - During the 2012 growing season, SDSU Extension staff researched the effectiveness of fungicide seed treatments, cultural controls and foliar fungicides to manage plant diseases. The results are now available for growers to review at iGrow.org....
Dr. Jerome L. Sullivan III, the pathologist who first theorized of a link between heart disease and iron levels in the blood, died Friday of complications from diabetes. He was 68. Sullivan, a physician, scientist and professor, was recognized around...
MICHIGAN CITY -- Authorities are hoping science can shed light on the identity of human remains found in a wooded area west of Michigan City. LaPorte County Chief Deputy Coroner Mark Huffman said Monday that samples from the decomposed remains have...
Tags: Medical Specialization
WSBT-TV CorrespondentMICHIGAN CITY -- Authorities are hoping science can shed light on the identity of human remains found in a wooded area west of Michigan City. La Porte County Chief Deputy Coroner Mark Huffman said Monday samples from the decomposed remains have been...
Tags: Medical Specialization
I went to Eureka last week to write a story on the new four-plex there and stopped into the Kuchen Factory for a business question-and-answer story on this page. I was expecting to meet an owner with a German from Russia heritage who probably had...
Chicago-area gardeners face a whole new landscape this spring and summer, one without a longtime favorite. Over the last two years, a fungal disease has devastated America's impatiens beds. Downy mildew was reported in Illinois and 35 other states...
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Circumcision is known to reduce a man's risk of HIV infection by at least half, but scientists don't know why. A new study offers support for the theory that removing the foreskin deprives troublesome bacteria of a place to live, leaving the immune system...
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court took up a deceptively simple question in a case brought by breast cancer patients and medical researchers: Are human genes patentable? The answer appeared to be "no" during Monday's oral arguments. The justices...
The night began like many at Boorda Hall, a five-story barracks at Naval Station Great Lakes, the Navy's premier training base on the shore of Lake Michigan in Illinois. Somebody announced a party, and the hard drinking and beer pong began. A 21-year-...
Dr. Lorenz E. Zimmerman, the founder of modern ophthalmic pathology, who spent his nearly 60-year career studying diseases of the eye, died March 16 of complications from an infection at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson. He was 92. His wife...
May 19, 2013 |Column| South Bend Tribune
May 10, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
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Apr 22, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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Mar 30, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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