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  • Huntington Library names Steve Hindle as director of research

     
    The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens names Steve Hindle as its new director of research....
  • Blowback: Pay bone-marrow donors? Give it a shot

     
    Compensating marrow donors has the potential to save lives while at the same time doing no harm. We ought to see, under medically supervised conditions, if it will work. Our patients, quite literally, cannot afford to wait....
  • Prozac No Help to Anorexics in Preventing Relapse, Study Finds

    The antidepressant Prozac works no better than a placebo in preventing relapses in patients with the eating disorder anorexia nervosa, according to a study released Tuesday. The report in the Journal of the American Medical Assn. sent researchers back to...
  • President salutes Ravens' season

    WASHINGTON - While NFL teams are looking ahead to a new season, President Bush gave the Baltimore Ravens another chance yesterday to savor this year's Super Bowl triumph, offering them a presidential pat on the back at the White House. Bush appeared with...
  • Medical advances make decisions on life difficult

    As a long and bitter battle over the fate of a brain-damaged Florida woman dragged drearily on yesterday, legal scholars, ethicists and medical experts said it was unlikely the case would offer any new lessons to Americans who quietly face the same...
  • Raptors' die-off spreads fears of West Nile virus

    ANTIGO, Wis. - In an old incubator salvaged from a hospital nursery, a young red-tailed hawk lies flat on its belly, swaddled in a white terrycloth towel and a pink blanket. Except for the rise and fall of its body as it breathes, the bird is utterly...
  • For U.S., a horrible awakening

    For U.S., a horrible awakening
    Fear gripped the heart and shattered the nerves of America on Tuesday as an anxious nation reacted with disbelief and horror to the carnage from terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. The destruction of both towers of the World Trade Center, a key...
  • Bob Dylan (1992): Dylan Now

    Bob Dylan (1992): Dylan Now
    Bob Dylan stares idly at the paperback book that someone has brought aboard his custom tour bus, which is speeding through the snowy Wisconsin countryside in the midnight hour. He has just finished a concert in Madison and is on his way to South Bend,...