6 hrs ago
Marshall County Tribune-Courier
Bob Warren, friend of God, 68, left this earth Monday, August 25 and is now living with Jesus, the one who was truly his life while on this earth.
10 hrs ago
Are College Football Coaches Overpaid? New Study Compares Salaries of Coaches to CEOs
The highest-paid person on many college campuses - the football coach - is as entitled to his salary as a CEO who is rewarded lavishly for creating value for his or her board of directors, say two researchers from Vanderbilt University.
17 hrs ago
Brown recluse spider bites are on the rise - learn how to avoid them and what to do in case of a bite
Medical toxicologists from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, have warned of a recent increase in brown recluse spider bites.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Dallas Morning News
UT Southwestern names promising clinicians as Dedman Foundation scholars
Dr. Michael Bowen and Dr. Donald Glass have been appointed Dedman Family Scholars in Clinical Care at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
"Immortal" Cells from Henrietta Lacks Lead to Updated Rules on Genomic Data Sharing
New NIH guidelines may have been influenced in part by the controversy over HeLa cells, derived from cancer patient Henrietta Lacks in 1951.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Mothers of Autistic Kids Benefit from Peer-Led Intervention
Peer-led support groups that target the well-being of moms with disabled children have been found to significantly reduce maternal stress, depression , and anxiety , according to new research from Vanderbilt University.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
10 Great Hotels in College Towns
As summer unofficially comes to an end and Labor Day fast approaches, it can only mean one thing - school is about to be back in session.
The Afro American Newspaper
National Medical Association Appoints Morehouse Educator Dr. Lawrence Sanders as 115th President
According to a statement from the NMA, Sanders' goals for the coming year include, "ensuring that NMA remains relevant; assuring guidelines account for the disproportionate disease burdens of the select populations because of long-standing disparities in the health and health care; understanding the potential health consequences of climate change; ... (more)
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Photographer Donna Ferrato Launches Sept. 12 the First Gallery...
Donna Ferrato, a documentary photographer who has received international acclaim for her work to capture and end family violence, will launch Sept.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Metro Police increase enforcement of texting while driving law
"This one mindless act on the part of a driver could affect so many others," Sergeant Bob Sheffield said.
Community Briefs Aug. 29
In its signature fall "500/5000" issue, Inc. Magazine named NW Florida based Sunshine Shuttle & Limousine as "One of America's Fastest Growing Private Companies."
You Will Be Made to Care
Vanderbilt University has decided student groups on campus cannot determine their own leadership.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
When to take your child to the emergency room
Sometimes it's hard to tell what to do when a child gets sick at night or on weekends.
Columbia Daily Herald
Alleged robbery, assault suspect still at large
A man who allegedly assaulted and robbed a small business owner last week in Pulaski is still at large, Detective Sgt.
Tennessee lawyer Barrett dies, a civil rights champion
George Barrett, a lawyer who waged a nearly four-decade battle for desegregation of Tennessee's colleges and universities and represented student civil rights activists, has died at 86, a law firm partner said on Wednesday.
Adding therapy to meds may speed depression recovery for some
For about a third of people with depression, adding cognitive therapy to treatment with antidepressant medication helps them reach remission and recovery quicker, according to a new study.
The Wrong Kind of Christian
I'm not a fundamentalist. My friends and I enjoy art, alcohol, and cultural engagement.
Is proposed college rating systems unfair to low-income, minority students?
In an effort to address recent accountability and financial aid policy proposals in Washington that may be detrimental to low-income and minority students, a higher education research and policy briefing will take place Sept.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Ava Nell Timoschuk, 78
Ava Nell Timoschuk, 78, of Smyrna died Friday, Aug. 22, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
Media Matters for America
It's Women's Equality Day, And Conservative Media Have A Long Way To Go
August 26 marks Women's Equality Day , commemorating the passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution which gave women the right to vote.