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Rapid treatment with a clot-dissolving drug reduces stroke patients' risk of in-hospital death and increases their chances of being able to walk and return home when they leave the hospital, according to the study, published in the June 19 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association .
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As parents and students struggle to keep up with rising college tuition and take on greater burdens of debt, universities are being challenged to justify the ballooning athletic fees they tack on to the bill.
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Walter Lee Williams, a former university professor, is wanted for the alleged sexual exploitation of children and traveling abroad for the purpose of engaging in illicit sexual acts with children.
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A Canadian-U.S. team of researchers has developed a new "sharp-shooter" drug they hope will be a breakthrough in treating several types of cancer.
June 15--PEORIA -- The name Steve Vinovich might not ring a bell, but shown a photograph, a lot of people would recognize the actor -- he's had memorable roles in many movies and television shows during his long career.
It's a little like a Penn & Teller magic/comedy act. When it's over, you wonder how the Bruins did it, and are left chuckling at the idea.
The 2013 finalists are David Berg of the University of California-Los Angeles, Jonathan Gray of the University of Oklahoma and Aaron Nola of Louisiana State.
Inhaling motor vehicle emissions may transform good, protective cholesterol into bad, artery-clogging cholesterol that increases the risk of heart disease and stroke, says a new study by researchers at the University of Washington and the University of California-Los Angeles.
According to a University of California, Los Angeles, study released Friday, climate change is projected to bring snowfall levels down as much as 40% in 40 years.
Less than a month after Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz officially resigned as senior rabbi at Kehilath Israel Synagogue, he has been hired as executive director of Valley Beit Midrash in Phoenix, Ariz.
On June 11, some 133 academic authors filed an amici curiae brief in the Authors Guild v.
Singapore, 12 Jun 2013 - APEC member economies have announced their nominees for the 2013 APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research, and Education, also known as the ASPIRE Prize.
A looming ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court could have far-reaching consequences for efforts to achieve diversity on college campuses.