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  • Science Connections: Star Not So Bright

     
    The stars in the sky are doing a lot more than twinkle. They're constantly evolving, burning nuclear fuel, and sometimes even interacting with other celestial …...
  • X-Ray Spex singer Poly Styrene reveals cancer diagnosis, moves forward with new album

     
    Former X-Ray Spex lead singer Poly Styrene, a.k.a. Marianne Elliott-Said, who began resurrecting her dormant musical career with the December release of a holiday single and recently completed work on a new solo album, announced Friday that she has been.....
  • TSA to retest airport scanners after missing data, reporting errors

     
    The Transportation Security Administration has promised to launch new radiation testing on many airport scanners after finding reporting errors in tests done by contract workers. But an airline passenger group Monday called on the TSA to halt the use of.....
  • Hospital plans differ on physicians

     
    If Centegra Health System builds a hospital in Huntley, a patient could be treated by any doctor with privileges and maybe even a personal favorite …...
  • Oswalt en route to hospital

     
    UPDATE: The x-rays on Oswalt's head and a CT scar are negative, so he looks to be OK. It was a scary moment. Phillies starting pitcher Roy Oswalt was hit behind his right ear with a line drive off the......
  • Medical report says airport scanners pose no significant health threat

     
    The radiation doses emitted by the most common airport scanners are extremely small and pose no significant health risk, according to a new report by a doctor at UC San Francisco. Still, Rebecca Smith-Bindman, a doctor at the university's radiology......
  • Medical records: Use of electronic medical records taking off

     
    Jennifer Gomez sat at her doctor's office in Evanston after her appointment, waiting for a handwritten prescription. Minutes later, her doctor wondered why Gomez was …...
  • FAU QB battle will continue, with Bracewell making it a trio

     
    And then one became two became three??? OK, spring football is in the books, and Owl Country???s biggest question, Who Will Be Starting QB? Did not get cleared up. In fact, The Voice made sure that everyone knows it......
  • Kobe Bryant's performance in Lakers' 106-90 Game 5 victory over New Orleans Hornets provides interesting twist to health concerns

     
    With one drive, Kobe Bryant assuaged all fears about his left ankle and foot. With one hop off his right foot, Bryant told the doctors he didn’t need crutches. And with one electrifying dunk over Hornets center Emeka Okafor that prompted him to...
  • Poly Styrene, influential singer for X-Ray Spex, has died

     
    Poly Styrene, whose clarion call, "Oh bondage, up yours!" became the rallying cry of punk feminists everywhere and foretold the Riot Grrrl movement, died Monday at the age of 53 after a long battle with cancer. As a member of......
  • Retiring cop reflects on ‘hood gentrification

     
    Julio Velgara shares with RedEye his observations about the growth of and crime in District 14, which includes Bucktown and Wicker Park, as his 34 years on the force come to an end....
  • UCLA basketball: X-ray on Tyler Honeycutt's elbow is negative

     
    An X-ray on UCLA forward Tyler Honeycutt's bothersome right elbow was negative, and the sophomore is expected to be in the starting lineup as usual Thursday night when the Bruins play host to California at Pauley Pavilion. Honeycutt told the......