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  • Around Town: Veterans' brain symposium in Costa Mesa

    Around Town: Veterans' brain symposium  in Costa Mesa
    The 2015 Think Tank Brain Symposium will bring together health and veterans organizations on Saturday in Costa Mesa to raise awareness of treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury.
  • Are viruses on the rise or does it just seem that way? Yes and yes

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. The man wasn't any sicker at first than many of the other patients who arrive at University of Kansas Hospital, infectious disease specialist Dana Hawkinson recalls. But he went downhill fast. Fever spiking, kidneys failing, breath so...

    Scott Ellsworth on 'The Secret Game'

    Scott Ellsworth on 'The Secret Game'
    On a Sunday morning in the spring of 1944, two college basketball teams laced up and squared off against each other in Durham, N.C. The game wasn't advertised; almost no one but the players and coaches themselves knew what was happening. The doors to...

    Couple's son seeks treatment, then wanders into tragedy

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. Several months after Ted and Kim Jacques buried their son, the phone rang. A California newspaper reporter told the Kearney couple that Brandon, 20, before his death had been shipped around to detox centers that routinely lied about...

    Extraordinary Life: Scholar, Scientist, And Serious Artist

    Extraordinary Life: Scholar, Scientist, And Serious Artist
    Felix Bronner was an urbane scholar and a pioneer in the study of ways calcium affects the body. He was intense, focused, and passionately interested in science as well as in the lives of his friends and colleagues. In his second career, he was a...