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Murray Rose Swimmer won Olympic gold medals Murray Rose, 73, a four-time Olympic gold medal swimmer from Australia who also competed at USC while studying acting in the late '50s, died Sunday in Sydney of leukemia, Swimming Australia said. Rose...
South Florida ParentingEvery three days, sudden cardiac death (SCD) takes the life of a young U.S. athlete, such as a girl playing soccer, a boy at basketball practice or a high school football player. Usually, there are no advance signs of SCD, and a typical school or sports...
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research CenterPancreatic cancer tumors spread quickly and are notoriously resistant to treatment, making them among the deadliest of malignancies. Their resistance to chemotherapy stems in part from a unique biological barrier the tumor builds around itself. Now...
Q13 Fox News OnlineSeattle Seahawks defensive end Raheem Brock has been charged with drunken driving more than a year after his arrest, according to King County court documents. The King County Prosecutor's Office filed formal charges Tuesday. Brock, 33, is to be...
Tags: Prosecution, Drunk Driving
Tatyana Ali appeared on "Sesame Street" when she was 6 and "Star Search" when she was 7, but nothing prepared her for the day when a school bus pulled up as she was walking down the street. She was 12, a newly minted star of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"...
Q13 Fox News OnlineTwo vans carrying about 20 University of Washington students to a conference in Santa Maria, Calif., collided Friday, causing one van to roll over and injuring four students, the California Highway Patrol said. The vans were traveling side by side...
CNN Special InvestigationsAlan Northrop was playing pool in 1993 when his life changed forever. He was lining up a bank shot when he felt something on his wrist: a handcuff. Northrop was arrested for the rape and kidnapping of a housekeeper. "I instantly said, 'No, you've got the...
Tags: Justice System, Prisons, Human Body, DNA
Women who have been infected by two different strains of HIV from two different sexual partners – a condition known as HIV superinfection – have more potent antibody responses that block the replication of the virus compared to women who...
About two years ago, I experienced my first grunion run — a late-night visit to the beach in the hopes of seeing mobs of the elusive fish, the grunion, appear to perform their mysterious spawning rituals. I'd heard many stories of people trying for...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Hinduism, Science, Teachers, Biology
KIAHYou thought he was going to die. 20-years later Magic's still ticking and a recent study by the University of Washington in Seattle may tell us why. Research in sub-Saharan Africa is giving scientists a new look at the HIV epidemic; and there's...
Q13 FOX News OnlineInside the Biorobotics Laboratory at the University of Washington live seven ravens. They each have two winglike arms and tiny claws, but unlike other ravens, these are highly sophisticated robots that have the ability to perform surgery on a simulated...
Q13 FOX News reporterSecond-graders should know the proper names of their body parts, and fifth-graders should be able to identify heterosexual and homosexual feelings, a controversial new set of national sexual education guidelines says. By eighth grade, the students should...
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