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Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefThe Bedford Avenue Meat Shop caters to health-conscious consumers who want "all-natural" products. "Eating all-natural, organic food has a positive effect, on a long-term basis, to your general health," said butcher John Michael, who believes organic...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- A key point in Mike Pence's economic plan might bring a payoff for Indiana college towns, including this one. The Republican gubernatorial candidate visited South Bend on Thursday, making stops at The Tribune, General Sheet Metal Works...
With kids poised to delve into another school year, Madeline Levine has some advice for parents: Back off. A clinical psychologist with 30 years experience in the affluent suburbs of San Francisco, Levine has seen the damaging results when families are...
Tags: Schools, Mental Health, Family, Preschools
The pastel-colored ball of yarn made its way from one tiny hand to another at the Camp Kesem "empowerment ceremony," with each camper unraveling their part of a common, painful thread. What bound them together was cancer — which had come...
Tags: Sports, Stomach Cancer, Teaching and Learning, Students, Cancer
KTLA NewsScientists have pinpointed a likely source for many cases of autism and schizophrenia: Men who become fathers later in life pass on more brand-new genetic mutations to their offspring. The finding buttresses observations from population studies that...
LA JOLLA, Calif. -- Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute announced Thursday that a $22.5 million grant will allow them to continue investigating the inner workings of the immune system for the next five years. The grant was awarded by the...
In the early days of the space program, astronauts were ex-Marines, Air Force officers and hot-shot pilots. Sally Ride got there a little differently: She answered a want ad. In the late 1970s, NASA decided that, in addition to pilots, it needed some...
The Baltimore SunMaryland athletic director Kevin Anderson said he spent much of Monday putting out “a lot of fires” after a San Francisco newspaper reported — erroneously, Anderson said — that he was on the verge of being hired as Stanford’s...
Tribune reporterThe University of Illinois’ initial free online courses attracted about 14,000 enrollments on the first day of registration, according to the company partnering with the university on the project. “Overnight, we have (thousands of) students...
The No. 2 academic official at Johns Hopkins University is leaving to become dean of Stanford University's School of Medicine. Lloyd B. Minor, who has served as Hopkins provost for three years, will leave the university at the end of August. Minor said...
With one son just graduated from college and the other a rising high school senior, my boys represent opposite bookends of the college experience. Education is one of the things — perhaps the only thing — that keeps humanity moving forward,...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterHaydee Rodriguez, a Southwest High School teacher and recent cultural ambassador of a federal exchange fellowship program, said traveling to Brazil as a cultural ambassador “was fantastic.” “It was like a rebirth for me,” said...
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