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  • Medical school leaders cash in on drug company boards, researchers say

    MILWAUKEE While university doctors who moonlight for drug companies have faced intense scrutiny in recent years, new research suggests much larger sums of money are being paid to their bosses the leaders of medical schools and hospitals who serve on...
  • Father and daughter share survival story

    Holocaust survivor Gene Klein often travels the world with his daughter Dr. Jill Klein to speak about his survival and resilience. The Kleins recently traveled to South Florida where they spoke at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Miami. Jill,...
  • Palmer a scoring machine for Sailors

    Palmer a scoring machine for Sailors
    The biggest crowd in years showed up to Tuesday's Newport Harbor High girls' lacrosse game at Davidson Field. The league game against Yorba Linda was billed as Newport Harbor's "Game of the Month." The Sailors took care of business, 9-5, and a dance...
  • Joseph Sax dies at 78; law professor wrote influential article on public trust doctrine

    In 1970, Joseph Sax wrote a law review article that laid the foundation for a court case that would become famous in the annals of California water. More than a decade after publication of Sax's seminal essay on the public trust doctrine, the California...
  • Vitamin supplements may prevent drug-induced hearing loss

    The drug gentamicin can provide effective treatment for people with bacterial infections that are resistant to other antibiotics, but this medication can cause a serious side effect, too: hearing loss. Now, University of Florida researchers have...
  • Psychologist Focused On Sensory Decline In Older People

    Joseph C. Stevens was a psychologist who used physics to measure what a person can see, feel, touch, smell and hear. His research led to the discovery, for instance, that a decrease in the ability to smell makes it impossible for many older people to...
  • Michigan battery companies fall short of job claims

    The massive surge of Michigan tax credits and federal stimulus dollars that charged up the state's nascent battery industry five years ago failed to generate the thousands of jobs that were promised. Any hope that battery jobs still are coming is...
  • 'The Next Tsunami' examines our short-term memory about disasters

    'The Next Tsunami' examines our short-term memory about disasters
    "It seems that the more 'advanced' a society becomes, the shorter its memory," suggests geologic oceanographer Chris Goldfinger late in Bonnie Henderson's riveting "The Next Tsunami: Living on a Restless Coast." "Native Americans not only have a memory of...
  • Muhlenberg student onstage at Oscars as a "Team Oscar" winner

     
    Although Parkland grad Chris Renaud's "Despicable Me 2" lost to "Frozen" another local face won at the Oscars when Muhlenberg's Bryson Kemp was one of six college college presented the Student Academy Award by actor Channing Tatum. Student filmmaker Kemp,...
  • All-American cookbook from 1901

    All-American cookbook from 1901
    Lizzie Black Kander has been called the "Jane Addams of Milwaukee" for her tireless social service work, which included editing and publishing "The Settlement Cook Book" in 1901. The book provided more than recipes; it taught newcomers to this country how...
  • Dr. Maynard Cohen, neurologist, 1920-2014

     Dr. Maynard Cohen, neurologist, 1920-2014
    Dr. Maynard Cohen spent 30 years in the Department of Neurological Sciences at what is now Rush University Medical Center, conducting research and treating patients while also teaching as a professor and through the American Academy of Neurology....