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  • Girl who was declared 'functionally cured' of HIV now has active virus

    Girl who was declared 'functionally cured' of HIV now has active virus
    A girl who was seemingly cured of HIV following aggressive drug therapy just hours after her birth was recently discovered to be infected with the virus that causes AIDS after all, doctors announced Thursday.
  • 50 things to look forward to with 50 days to college football kickoff

    50 things to look forward to with 50 days to college football kickoff
    Quarterback shuffle. At this relatively late date, it's anybody's guess as to who will open the season as Virginia Tech's starting quarterback, but incoming, immediately-eligible transfer Michael Brewer has as good (if not better) a chance as Mark Leal...

    ASK OMAR: Will Olivier Vernon build on last year's breakout season?

    ASK OMAR: Will Olivier Vernon build on last year's breakout season?
    July 10 Q: Do you see the Dolphins getting the same production out of Oliver Vernon this season? - Juan Giraly, Coral Gables, Fl. A: I'm on record with my belief that Olivier Vernon is a rare athlete, and is primed to have breakout season that...

    Column: Bad economy impacts lifetime earnings

    It's bad luck to be born 20 years before a time of high unemployment. It affects your income when you enter the workforce, naturally, but that's not all. It can keep your earnings relatively low — and chip away at your health and happiness, as...

    Pentagon spurs new work on a brain implant to aid memory problems

    Pentagon spurs new work on a brain implant to aid memory problems
    It sounds like science fiction: A device that can be surgically installed in the brain to help form, store and recall memories. But the Pentagon is betting tens of millions of dollars that so-called neuroprosthetics will someday be used by victims of...