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University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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  • Man's (and woman's) best friend

    Man's (and woman's) best friend
    My friends and I have been saying for years that when it comes to genuine caring, to loyalty and to good judgment, many dogs actually behave better than many people. For example, one cannot buy a dog's love and loyalty with toys and treats, but, sadly,...
  • Crash of 2 school buses in Tennessee under federal investigation

    Crash of 2 school buses in Tennessee under federal investigation
    A school bus crash in Knoxville, Tenn., that killed two students and one adult  Tuesday is now the focus of an investigation that includes the National Transportation Safety Board. NTSB officials will travel Wednesday to help the Knoxville Police...
  • Wilson steers McCormick through its 125th year

    Wilson steers McCormick through its 125th year
    At McCormick & Co.'s "innovation" center in Hunt Valley, where consumers give feedback on flavors, restaurants get help with menus and company chefs experiment with sauces, Alan D. Wilson headed to the studio to film a video. It would be shown at...
  • Reports: Dinosaurs and giant reptiles battled each other, say Virginia Tech scientists

    Reports: Dinosaurs and giant reptiles battled each other, say Virginia Tech scientists
    The University of Tennessee and Virginia Tech researchers have new evidence that land-based dinosaurs not only came into contact with, but battled water-based giant reptiles. The story is being reported by the University of Tennessee as well as several...
  • Nature's own tornado detector saves migrating birds, study finds

    Nature's own tornado detector saves migrating birds, study finds
    Ornithologist Henry Streby was happy enough that songbirds weighing less than two nickels managed to carry tiny electronic sensors from Tennessee to Colombia and back. Then he looked at the flight paths taken by several of the birds. The data showed...
  • Betty G. Bertaux, Children's Chorus of Md. founder

    Betty G. Bertaux, Children's Chorus of Md. founder
    Betty G. Bertaux, a composer and music educator who was the founder of the Children's Chorus of Maryland that grew to become a prototype for community children's choruses, died Oct. 10 at her home in Naples, Fla., of pancreatic cancer. She was 76....
  • Early, frequent antibiotic use linked to childhood obesity

    Early, frequent antibiotic use linked to childhood obesity
    Parents and pediatricians will often reach for antibiotics to treat middle ear infections, strep throat, fevers and other common ailments of childhood. But new research suggests that doing so, and prescribing broad-spectrum antibiotics in particular,...
  • Generic discount drug programs getting wider use

    Generic discount drug programs getting wider use
    Nearly a quarter of those eligible for programs offering discounts on generic medications are using the benefits, according to a new study. That's up from less than 4 percent in 2007, a year after the programs were launched, and more minorities are...
  • Southern Lehigh grad Del Priore a finalist for NFF National Scholar-Athlete Award

    Southern Lehigh graduate Jake Del Priore has been selected as one of 36 finalists for the 2014 National Football Foundation High School National Scholar-Athlete Awards. Del Priore, who holds most of the Spartans receiving records, was named the NFF...
  • Urology of Virginia adds physician to Virginia Beach cancer center

    Dr. Jack Lambert will see patients in the Paul F. Schellhammer Cancer Center, a division of Urology of Virginia. Lambert completed his surgical internship and urology residency at Eastern Virginia Medical School from 2008 to 2013. He stayed for...
  • Hopkins medical school criticized for using pigs as part of training

    Hopkins medical school criticized for using pigs as part of training
    Using live pigs to train future doctors in surgery is unethical and unnecessary, members of a health and animal rights group said Thursday during a protest of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. The Physicians Committee for Responsible...