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University of Chicago researchers said they have identified a genetic marker that will help identify children most likely to develop asthma after they catch a cold. The researchers found that 90 percent of children under age 3 who wheezed after catching...
The Hartford CourantConnecticut cancer patients will participate in a clinical trial in which researchers extract tumor cells, graft them onto mice, and then use the mice as patient avatars so scientists can develop treatment tailored to the individual. The venture into...
Have a question for Dr. Blythe? Write to her at AskThePediatrician@tribune.com. For more information on Dr. Blythe, go to pediatricassociates.com. April 29, 2013 Q: My 5-year-old daughter just had her adenoids and tonsils removed because of snoring...
Commercial AppealGaige Atwater fidgets and slumbers in a stroller much like any other seven-month-old, his demeanor providing no outward clue of the large brain tumor that surgeons can't remove and chemotherapy won't cure. Seated next to his parents, he wears outsize...
The Times-News, Twin Falls, IdahoIt's a challenging time for farmers: costs are up, technology is constantly changing and competition can be fierce. Tom Billington, who has been farming since about 1970 in south Twin Falls, said in order for farmers to survive, they must adapt to...
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Most court cases involving patent law are corporate battles, with one company suing another for infringing on its intellectual property rights and, therefore, profits. Big companies fighting over big money can seem painfully irrelevant, especially when so...
South Florida has one of the world's largest populations of Ashkenazis — Jews of Central and Eastern European descent — making it home to some potentially groundbreaking medical research. In Boca Raton, the Parkinson's Disease and Movement...
There were yelps, alarm putts and lots of other turkey noise coming from big boxes on a hilltop in extreme northeast South Dakota in 1996. At the count of three, staff from the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department and other interested parties...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSeeking 500 Washington County enrollees to participate in a 20- to 30-year study aimed at finding cancer cures, the American Cancer Society on Thursday hosted an enrollment kick off with the plan to start collecting information and local blood samples...
email@example.comYou've been working hard to lose weight — following your diet to the letter, battling through food temptations and putting in extra time each day on the treadmill. But your husband, who is following the same routine, is shedding the pounds more...
Tags: Medical Specialization, Biology, Weight, Physiology, Weight Loss
The Lexington Herald-LeaderAs bettors and the general public study equine bloodlines to prep for their possible Kentucky Derby wagers, Bourbon County horse owner Marilyn Montavon is trying to solve a mystery that could cost her thousands of dollars. On April 15, tax-filing...
As the world gears up to celebrate DNA Day on Thursday -- the anniversary of the publication of scholarly papers that explained the structure of the molecule -- the letters of Francis Crick, one of the scientists involved in the work, are in the news....
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