59 min ago
University of Missouri- Columbia campus
According to UM System officials, President Tim Wolfe will make the announcement at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Reynolds Alumni Center.
1 hr ago
Looks are all important for girls on tween TV
"Girls can participate in everything that boys can, but while doing so they should be attractive."
7 hrs ago
Preoperative Statins and Limb Salvage After Lower Extremity...
From the Division of Vascular Surgery , and Department of Family and Community Medicine , University of Missouri, School of Medicine, Columbia; and Department of Surgery, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ .
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Photography and storytelling may help poor women with HIV cope with their illness
I can't tell you how many times I've heard a song, read a poem, or seen a photo that transformed my point of view.
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For Uninsured Missouri Reporter, Obamacare Is a Real-Life Story
Harum Helmy fell through a crack created by last year's Supreme Court decision allowing states to avoid expanding Medicaid.
Why violent crime is so rare in Iceland
Police in Iceland have shot dead a gunman - the first time armed police have killed someone in the country.
Q&A with Hillshire Brands: big breakfast breakthrough
Andy Hanacek, editor-in-chief of The National Provisioner, visited Hillshire Brands' Chicago headquarters in November 2013 to speak with Jeff George, senior vice president of Research & Development, as well as Susan Zaripheh, Ph.D., director of Nutrition Research & Innovation, about a new study from Biofortis Clinical Research and the University of ... (more)
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Medical News Today
Photography empowers women living with HIV to share their stories
Having human immunodeficiency virus , the virus that causes AIDS , can create many challenges for individuals physically, socially and emotionally.
Promiscuous corn can be made to behave - as long as you don't expect perfection
Corn reproduction can be unruly, as I wrote here . It's hard to segregate different crop types.
Knoxville News Sentinel
Rogero announces changes to communications staff
Jesse Fox Mayshark will be the city of Knoxville's new communications director and longtime News Sentinel staff member Eric Vreeland will become the city's communications manager under changes announced today by Mayor Madeline Rogero .
Kansas City InfoZine
The Great Northwest Missouri Wine Trail: Missouri Wine, a Bottle at a Time
Beautiful countryside and wine. What's not to love? Add Midwestern hospitality and that's what visitors will find on the Great Northwest Missouri Wine Trail.
The Macon Telegraph
Commentary: Are student loans the next big bust?
The borrowers use the money to make a big-ticket purchase, and the sellers happily stuff the money in their pockets.
MU reschedules maintenance on research reactor
The University of Missouri has pushed back a two-week maintenance project on its research reactor because of a disruption in the supply of radioactive isotopes used to detect and treat some medical conditions.
HIV-positive women participate in MU project
That's the conclusion of a study by University of Missouri researcher Michelle Teti and colleagues from the University of Memphis, Kansas City's Truman Medical Center and the University of California, San Francisco.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Journalism or journaling as therapy?
Celebrity journalism is often considered to be without merit, discounted due to its sensational details and lack of news value.
Writers can get to the universal through concrete details
Police in Tucson, Arizona say a 17 year old girl kept a journal while she and her sisters were held captive.
Career Fair helps students find employment
University of Nebraska at Omaha students don't have to wait until graduation to look for employment.
The Daily Record
Panel backs cancer screening for smokers
For the first time, government advisers are recommending screening for lung cancer, saying certain current and former heavy smokers should get annual scans to cut their chances of dying of the disease.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
University of Missouri ejects Antlers student fan group
The less heralded Antlers from the University of Missouri are also adept at what their student leader, known as the Grand Poobah, called "getting into the heads" of opposing ...