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  • Old Dominion basketball has memorable, beneficial trip overseas

    They stood in awe at the Sistine Chapel and the Acropolis. They dipped their toes into the Mediterranean. They hooped indoors and out. They even got sick together. Old Dominion's basketball trip to Italy and Greece provided short-term benefits and...
  • The Cardinal's Cancer Treatment

    The Cardinal's Cancer Treatment
    The next steps for Francis Cardinal George as he faces another battle with cancer. We spoke with a local oncologist who helped explain the type of treatment the cardinal will begin next week, and the side effects he'll likely experience. It's been six...
  • Genetics to determine cancer treatments

    Genetics to determine cancer treatments
    The war on cancer is poised to enter a new phase that promises more precise treatments, fewer side effects and, most of all, more survivors. And none too soon. Although death rates from many cancers have slowly but steadily declined over the decades,...
  • Fighting diseases with genetic therapy

     Fighting diseases with genetic therapy
    Genes make us who we are — in sickness and in health. We get our genetic makeup from our parents, of course, but in the future, we might be getting genes from our doctors too. Imagine your doctor promising to cure your cancer or heart disease by...
  • Weaning is stressful on calves

    Late summer is always an interesting time on the beef farm. In cow-calf herds where cows deliver their calves in the spring, fall is the time to wean the calves. If you've ever lived near a beef farm, or maybe even driven past one after weaning, you'll...
  • Researchers say order of introducing food to babies plays no role in developing food allergies

    Researchers say order of introducing food to babies plays no role in developing food allergies
    When Elyse Anders had her first child five years ago, her doctor recommended withholding seafood, peanut products and strawberries from her infant son's diet to avoid food allergies. But when she had a daughter three years later, the advice had changed...
  • The gut and its bacteria a growing focus of research

    The gut and its bacteria a growing focus of research
    The yards of dank tubing in our midsections form a complex, amazing and absolutely pivotal foundation for human health. And the more that scientists come to appreciate this, the more they anticipate that future medical discoveries will come from the lowly...
  • Designer antibodies, nanoparticles, bacteria

    When you pop a pill in the future, don't expect old-fashioned results. Thanks to new advances in the lab and a deeper understanding of the human body, drugs are becoming highly personalized and precisely targeted. And the hope is they'll also be more...
  • Peanut allergies seen on the rise: study

    Peanut allergies seen on the rise: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The number of children with peanut allergies in one Midwestern county has tripled in the past decade, according to a new study that adds to evidence nut allergies are getting more common in the developed world. Researchers...
  • Former Orioles executive Jim Duquette to donate kidney to daughter

    Former Orioles executive Jim Duquette to donate kidney to daughter
    The problems of a 10-year-old sound something like this. "Can I pleeeaaase have an email account?" pleads Lindsey Duquette, jumping up and down in front of her mom, Pam Duquette, in the family kitchen in Sparks. "All my friends have email." It's...
  • Candlelight vigil takes place for Carlos

    Candlelight vigil takes place for Carlos
    COSTA MESA — Carlos Vazquez was always one of the smallest players on the football field. He made up for his lack of size by playing his heart out every down for Costa Mesa High. On a day to pay respect to Vazquez, it was fitting small candles...