RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Genes and Chromosomes (INACTIVE)

A collection of news and information related to Genes and Chromosomes (INACTIVE) published by this site and its partners.

Top Genes and Chromosomes (INACTIVE) Articles

Displaying items 111-121
  • Philip E. Arnold

    Philip E. Arnold
    Philip E. Arnold 1922-2002 My Dear Husband Phil, Ten years have passed since you died on June 3, 2002. Unfortunately, at that time none of our family members, including myself could find whatever it takes to compose a notice befitting you. We’re...
  • DNA ruling jeopardizes Maryland rape convictions

    DNA ruling jeopardizes Maryland rape convictions
    When she came home from working a shift at Subway and found Detective Caprice Smith's business card stuck in the front door with the words "Please call" scribbled on the back, the 10 life-changing minutes she had spent in the back seat of a Cherry Hill...
  • Orioles draft Ryan Ripken in the 20th round of amateur draft

    Orioles draft Ryan Ripken in the 20th round of amateur draft
    In 1978, the Orioles used their second-round draft pick on an infielder that most teams had projected as a pitcher. They weren’t going to let the son of Cal Ripken Sr. elude their grasp. Thirty four years later, the Orioles dipped back into that...
  • Statement from Ryan Ripken on getting drafted by the Orioles

    Statement from Ryan Ripken on getting drafted by the Orioles
    Ryan Ripken just released a statement through a family spokesman after being drafted by the Orioles in the 20th round this afternoon. “I am excited and honored to have been drafted by the Orioles," he said. "As everyone knows, the Orioles are...
  • Phillip Tobias dies at 86; South African expert on early man

    Phillip Tobias dies at 86; South African expert on early man
    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Phillip Tobias, a renowned South African paleoanthropologist and expert on early man and hominids, died Thursday. He was 86. Tobias died in a Johannesburg hospital after a long illness, according to South Africa's...
  • Carnett: Dad is still with me — in the mirror

    I visit my 88-year-old mother at her Huntington Beach residence every week. She lives alone in a quiet mobile home park. I recently let myself in through her side door and walked through the kitchen. I hollered a cheery "Hello" as I turned the corner...
  • On Faith: Indeed, change itself has changed dramatically

    As I am about to retire after 35 years as senior rabbi of Temple Bat Yahm in Newport Beach, I am inclined to consider the ceaseless flow of change. Everything changes. The paths along which we come back are never the same as the paths by which we went...
  • Apodaca: Brotherly support drives them to greatness

    Apodaca: Brotherly support drives them to greatness
    Lucas Brandom climbed a mountain for his brother. Shivering cold, soaked to the skin and numb with exhaustion, Lucas made the excruciating final push to reach the 13,455-foot summit, then swore he'd never do it again. But, sure enough, after several...
  • Prenatal genetic test offers more information, raises questions

    Prenatal genetic test offers more information, raises questions
    The latest advance in prenatal genetic testing purports to offer parents more detailed information than ever about the child they are expecting. But for some, the new answers could lead to another round of questions. The technology allows doctors to...
  • 'Mamma Mia' is theatrical homecoming for Baltimore's Paul DeBoy

    'Mamma Mia' is theatrical homecoming for Baltimore's Paul DeBoy
    Paul DeBoy may have a genetic inclination toward the stage. The Baltimore-born actor, starring in the national touring production of the perennially popular musical "Mamma Mia" that hits the Hippodrome this weekend, first revealed the tendency during his...
  • Breast Cancer & the Late Shift: Researchers find link

    Breast Cancer & the Late Shift: Researchers find link
    The light of day--it's something that Shantelle Fields doesn't get enough of these days. Almost three years ago she was diagnosed with breast cancer. At the time her shift varied--then she got laid off and her shift went from bad to worse 3:45 p.m. to...