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A Purdue University study found an increase in sensory nerve fibers that send signals from the gut to the brain reduces the time spent eating a meal, which could help regulate body weight.
Will Miller, Ph.D., a therapist, instructor at Purdue University and former comedian, Dr. Miller's presentation will combine groundbreaking research with hilarious comedy at The Holmstad.
The early Earth is likely to have been hit by up to four asteroids capable of killing off fledgling life and completely resurfacing the planet, a model reveals.
Students at North Dakota's state-run colleges will get a break on text-book costs if a pilot program moves forward.
Purdue firefighter retires after 32 years First female firefighter is longest serving department member Check out this story on jconline.com: http://on.jconline.com/1rNI4Zl Diana Hardy was the first woman on the Purdue University Fire Department.
Women not plentiful on Indiana college boards Analysis shows university boards are overwhelmingly male, while majority of students are women Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1n0ixEo JoAnn Brouillette, one of three women on the Purdue University board of trustees, speaks during the board meeting Friday, July 18, 2014.
Expert: Why you should care about a woman's period Purdue visiting anthropologist says evolution of menstruation sheds light on fatal diseases.
The police apparently told the Longgang Huai En Church that its 10-foot-tall red cross exceeded building height limits and thus used a crane to remove the cross.
Spinach gave Popeye super strength, but it also holds the promise of a different power for a group of scientists: the ability to convert sunlight into a clean, efficient alternative fuel.
A student actor portrays the fatal victim of a drunk driving crash during an Every 15 Minutes program at Hobart High School in Hobart, Ind.
WINCHESTER - Randolph County Farm Bureau's scholarship winners for 2014 are Jentry Flesher, Purdue University; Shianna Knoll, Manchester University; Brandi Marquis, Nova Southeastern University; and Samantha Kelley, Purdue University.
Nigerian dwarf, Nubian, Alpine, Lamancha, Saanen and Oberhasli goats of all colors and sizes were judged Friday morning in the main show ring at the Allen County Fair on Carroll Road.
Will superintelligent computers hundreds of times smarter than humans help us solve difficult problems such as the causes of cancer or climate change, or will they decide we're all just raw materials they need to consume in order to expand? Will industrial robots free us from mundane and poor-paying factory jobs, or will they displace workers and ... (more)
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