RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

University of Louisville

A collection of news and information related to University of Louisville published by this site and its partners.

Top University of Louisville Articles

Displaying items 13-23
  • UNLV solar house wins for market appeal, Norwich most affordable

    UNLV solar house wins for market appeal, Norwich most affordable
    The University of Nevada Las Vegas won the market appeal contest Thursday at the 2013 Solar Decathlon, edging out Vienna University of Technology, Stanford and Czech Technical University in one key phase of the 19-team competition to build the sustainable...
  • Fever reducers don't slow children's recovery: study

    Fever reducers don't slow children's recovery: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A review of past research finds that fever-reducing drugs have no effect on the speed of children's recovery from an infection, contrary to the fears of some doctors and parents. Researchers have debated for decades whether...
  • ACC adds Louisville after losing Maryland to Big Ten

    ACC adds Louisville after losing Maryland to Big Ten
    Less than two weeks after losing a member for the first time in 41 years, the ACC has added the University of Louisville. League presidents approved the Cardinals during a conference call Wednesday morning. “With its aggressive approach to...
  • Teel Time: Adding Louisville a bottom-line decision for ACC

    Teel Time: Adding Louisville a bottom-line decision for ACC
    The ACC’s addition of Louisville on Wednesday was blissfully and essentially bottom line. Conference presidents chose the Cardinals because of how athletes perform on the field with minimal regard for how students fare in the classroom. “...
  • Wife 'heartbroken' at death blamed on meningitis

    Wife 'heartbroken' at death blamed on meningitis
    Eddie Lovelace's symptoms were subtle at first, almost imperceptible -- a headache now and then, a little dizzinessin the first week of September. A healthy 78-year-old circuit court judge in Albany, Kentucky, Lovelace didn't want to go to the doctor,...
  • The new old Louisville starts to hum

    The new old Louisville starts to hum
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — First came the art galleries. Then the boutiques. Then the food and drink (craft and farm-to-table, thank you very much). Then the — record store and trendy barbershop? Yes, yes, yes and yes, and that equation, spread across...
  • Breast cancer screening tied to overdiagnosis

    Breast cancer screening tied to overdiagnosis
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new report suggests that when a breast cancer screening program was rolled out in Norway, up to 10 women were diagnosed and treated for cancer unnecessarily for every breast cancer death that was prevented. That's because...
  • Transplant technique opens door to patients forgoing anti-rejection drugs

     Transplant technique opens door to patients forgoing anti-rejection drugs
    Since she was first diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease at age 19, Lindsay Porter, now 47, has had to face the reality that she would someday need a kidney transplant. "It really didn't affect me very much at all until my early 30s, when I developed...
  • U.S. firms to charge smokers, obese more for healthcare

    U.S. firms to charge smokers, obese more for healthcare
    Like a lot of companies, Veridian Credit Union wants its employees to be healthier. In January, the Waterloo, Iowa-company rolled out a wellness program and voluntary screenings. It also gave workers a mandate — quit smoking, curb obesity, or you'...
  • When knees can't take any more

    When knees can't take any more
    WE count on them to be strong and supportive, flexible and accommodating, willing to go the extra mile even when we load them down more than we should. Our knees. We put them through their paces, so to speak, every day. No wonder that, every now and...
  • The face as frontier

    The face as frontier
    Society may not be quite ready for the day when a dead person's face is recycled for the living — but that day is coming nonetheless. Such an operation would give new life to someone severely disfigured by burns, cancer or an accident, allowing the...