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Proposition 37, the ballot measure mandating the labeling of genetically modified food that is also known as the "right to know" initiative, is narrowly running ahead of the opposition, according to the latest opinion polls. But even if the measure...
Tags: Health, Consumers, Consumer Goods Industries, Research, Biology
The girl and the firefighter lived in the same part of town, the Mount Greenwood neighborhood on the Far Southwest Side of Chicago, a neighborhood of cops, firefighters and city workers. The Mayoskis live there. And so do the Beazleys, and although there...
One Central Indiana leukemia survivor would tell Colts Coach Chuck Pagano to remain positive. Shirlene Austin Carter was diagnosed with Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia last year. That day she had gone to the ER because she was dehydrated. She said she did...
An Indianapolis girl will bring smiles to many faces Wednesday as she delivers gifts to help entertain cancer patients at the Riley Cancer Center at Indiana University Health. Tatum Parker, 11, created Tatum’s Bags of Fun, a non-profit which...
Tom and Terri Dorow didn't like their recent vacation rental in Scottsdale, Ariz. Their online review is clear about that. It's a laundry list of complaints about equipment, appliances and even the appearance of a house they felt didn't meet the...
The last time I saw Carl Guardino, the head of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, he was in a wheelchair after a biking accident encounter with some skateboarders. The wheelchair is probably the only form of transportation Guardino doesn't like. He...
The medical city sprouting in southeast Orlando is behind schedule. So what? The delays mean that the University of Central Florida medical school, UCF's Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences, the Burnham Institute for Medical Research and the M.D....
Tags: Health, Colleges and Universities, Vaccines, Research, Lake Nona
Did you hear that? A shrill suctioning sound, followed by a loud thud? That was our money being sucked out of Florida and landing in Boston. Cutting-edge research done at Scripps Florida in Jupiter attracted the attention of a Boston venture-capital...
Tags: Pharmaceuticals, Diabetes, Health, Rick Scott, Justice System
Stand in front of the Burnham Institute for Medical Research's new building and you can't help but think, "Boy, there sure is a lot of land out here — empty land." The completion of Burnham's 175,000-square-foot building is certainly a milestone....
Christmas season is here. It's time to rummage through the basement for decorations, untangle Christmas lights and start stockpiling foam trays. What! You don't prepare for the holidays by stockpiling foam trays? Neither did we. But then we got a phone...
The thing about adversity is that it sometimes allows the path — and the purpose — of individual destiny to become more clear. And so it is with Randi Pelton. Let's catch up with her. Randi is the lady who had to wait nearly four months to...
By Rick Ramirez and Ray Cortopassi Remember those Bunsen burners in science class or the first time you built something in shop class? Well, fast-forward to today, and our young Hoosier students are engineering careers in the exploding fields of...
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