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2 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog
The greater prevalence of asthma, allergies and other chronic inflammatory disorders among people of lower socioeconomic status might be due in part to their reduced exposure to the microbes that thrive in rural environments, according to a new scientific paper.
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6 hrs ago | Albany Times Union
At a special Senate hearing Tuesday in Miami Beach, Senator Bill Nelson described south Florida as " ground zero" for climate change and its threat to coastal communities, calling for "new, innovative kinds of solutions" and warning that they won't be cheap.
10 hrs ago | Universe Today
A collage of Saturn and some of its moons: Titan, Enceladus, Dione, Rhea and Helene.
11 hrs ago | News24
How closely do your views align with those of the party you are voting for? Try our quiz - the results may shock you.
15 hrs ago | KOLD-TV Tucson
University of Arizona students are taking back the night to stop sexual assaults and rapes from happening in their community.
19 hrs ago | The University Star
Zachary Sugg, University of Arizona Ph.D. candidate and visiting scholar at Texas State, discussed current challenges with groundwater in Texas.
Alicia Thompson is leaving her job as Cascade County's health officer, but not the field of public health, which she says needs better funding and smarter policies to improve.
A partnership between the City of Tucson Parks and Recreation and the University of Arizona's School of Natural Resources and the Environment will allow these students to perform an inventory of the trees at Case Park, off Harrison between 22nd St. and Broadway.
Learn how algae can not only be used to clean Arizonas wastewaters, but be turned into a renewable energy source and other valuable products May 1 and 2 at Arizona Center for Algae Technology and Innovation on the Arizona State University Polytechnic campus.
This group is the current Parenting and Life Management class. They are among those at Mid-Prairie who completed the Financial Know-How Assessment in January.
Monika Sobiesiak wasn't expecting the morning of 2 April to start with such an adrenaline jolt.
Since ancient times, two types of views have approached the nature of consciousness, the reality it conveys and our place in the universe.
Grads of $35,000-a-year prep school were 'masterminds behind heavily-armed drug ring at Philly colleges and private schools' Mother who 'hid SEVEN pregnancies from her family and strangled six of the newborns to death' appears in court to tell judge she's broke Teen acquitted for beating to death his stepbrother three years ago arrested for ... (more)
Yakima Henry ventures south of the border to save an old flame's brother from a Mexican prison-only to incur the wrath of deadly Apaches, scalp-hunting Rurales, and zealous revolutionaries... About the Author: PETER BRANDVOLD, a.k.a. FRANK LESLIE, grew up in small towns across North Dakota.
Stimulating static-charged particles in clouds with the right kind of laser could summon rain or lightning, scientists believe, but lasers cannot reliably be fired great enough distances for this to be practical.
To meet the growing demand for training in integrative medicine-a healing-oriented practice that takes account of the whole person and makes use of all appropriate therapies-the center began offering the content of its residential Keep up with all that's happening in higher education with a free Chronicle report, e-mailed to you every weekday ... (more)