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  • Back Off!

    Back Off!
    Her parents admitted they’d installed monitoring software on their daughter’s laptop and cell phone. And it wasn’t unusual for them to drive 600 miles from Kansas to Ohio to check up unannounced on the 21-year-old senior at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music.
  • Sideline concussion test gets a new thumbs-up

    Sideline concussion test gets a new thumbs-up
    A screening test for concussion that can be performed quickly on the sidelines was able to detect mild traumatic brain injury in about 4 in 5 college athletes who had sustained a concussion, a forthcoming study has found. The King-Devick test...

    Video: Camera-carrying alligators show off their hunting tactics

    Video: Camera-carrying alligators show off their hunting tactics
    Alligators do their best hunting in the early morning hours, say scientists who tramped out into muddy Florida wetlands and strapped cameras onto the giant reptiles’ backs. The findings, published in the journal PLOS One, reveals once-obscure...

    For Twitter, it's an ideal IPO market

    For Twitter, it's an ideal IPO market
    If the initial public offering of Twitter Inc. had to be summed up in one of the company's famously pithy tweets, this would be it: The timing couldn't be better. Twitter is expected to make its public debut Thursday in one of the hottest IPO markets in...

    Rebranding beef: Industry markets more affordable cuts of steak

     Rebranding beef: Industry markets more affordable cuts of steak
    For generations, beef shoulder was a blue-collar cut of cow, fit for the meat grinder or crockpot but not much else. But where others saw pot roast, Tony Mata saw potential. Mata is a Dallas meat scientist whose mission is to find hidden gems in rough...