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Bob Markworth folded his hands and stared ahead at a massive basement room - a concert hall, really - that was full and empty all at once.
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A correlation between physical activity and more mature neuron cells was found in a study of laboratory rats, building on previous genetic research showing many personalty traits and health tendencies to have some genetic basis.
A Boise, Idaho business is here to help you let off a little steam. It's not a gym or a therapist, as you might expect.
Beer signs light the bar at Willies, as students drink, dance and socialize in Columbia, Mo., on Saturday, Sept.
The Jacksonville Jaguars were exceedingly active in free agency this offseason thanks to an envious amount of cap space.
April is National Autism Awareness Month. The Child Development Clinic at Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU provides comprehensive assessment for pediatric patients with developmental delays or disabilities, including those with autism spectrum disorders.
University of Missouri head basketball coach Frank Haith took a charter plane from Columbia to Tulsa Thursday as speculation increases that he is in line to take over head coaching duties at the University of Tulsa.
Apparently, there's science behind why we find babies so freakin' cute. The video above, made by AsapSCIENCE, explains the phenomenon.
Now that GG isn't in charge . . . Northeast Kansas City residents are making a power play to bring back one of their strongest advocates .
A "lazy" gene may very well exist, according to a new study from the University of Missouri.
When I joined the University of Missouri faculty in 1967, demonstrations against the Vietnam War were occurring on college campuses across the country as the draft interrupted the education of many young men.
A recent BASF survey found that 76 percent of growers have made changes to their weed management programs to address weed resistance.
Jerry McGee, at left, president of Wingate University, with publisher John Edmondson after the college reached an agreement to continue the Home News.
Pregnant women should take low-dose aspirin daily to reduce their chance of developing pre-eclampsia if they are at high risk for the life-threatening disorder, an influential government panel said Monday.
The University of Missouri School of Journalism found that those people who are frequently active on social media, particularly Twitter are less monogamous, have more frequent break ups and get divorced more than any other set of people.