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Sometimes, headlines alone can tell a story. Start with this one from The Times: “Baby boomers may live longer, but their elders were healthier.” And while you’re pondering that, check this one out: “Sperm count low among couch...
At midlife, the nation’s 78 million baby boomers appear to be in worse health than the generation that preceded them, a new study finds. Researchers from West Virginia University School of Medicine and the Medical University of South Carolina knew...
L.A. NOWReflecting growing interest in -- or at least curiosity about -- online education, U.S. News & World Report on Tuesday released its first rankings of fully online college and graduate degree programs. The magazine has for decades ranked more traditional.....
Robert L. Carter, who as an NAACP civil rights attorney was an architect of the legal strategy used in the cases that led to Brown vs. Board of Education, the landmark 1954 Supreme Court decision that declared school segregation unconstitutional, has...
Aiken Standard, S.C.The following South Aiken High School seniors and a few underclassmen were recognized at an Awards Night ceremony on Thursday: --Most Outstanding Students as listed -- Laura Bickford (science), Daniel Faison (math), Rachel Beeson (math team, social...
The StateFormer Brookland-Cayce High School football coach Abby Bray has died after a short battle with cancer, but to those who knew him, his legacy won't soon be forgotten. Bray, a history teacher at Brookland-Cayce and a school alumnus, was remembered...
The StateCigarettes could go up in smoke on the University of South Carolina campus soon. The state's flagship university is contemplating a campus-wide tobacco ban that would cover nearly 40,000 students, faculty and staff as well as thousands of football...
Dothan Eagle, Ala.Dr. Jerome Lee Sullivan III's theory linking excess stored iron in the body to heart disease started a revolution. "He not only came up with the theory, he also came up with a way to actually prevent heart disease by donating blood regularly,...
Aiken Standard, S.C.Downtown Aiken is known for its quiet charm and fun, low-key nightlife, which the City wants to maintain. A recent report on teen parties by WRDW stemmed from a 40-minute video, taken by downtown business manager Jack Hostettler. He captured a large...
Reading Eagle, Pa.Former Penn State football team physician and orthopedic surgeon Wayne Sebastianelli was relieved of his duties in January because of a personal and professional rivalry with athletic director Dave Joyner, Sports Illustrated suggested in a story published...
Point Pleasant Register, W.Va.Heather Skeens, MD, an ophthalmologist from West Virginia Eye Consultants in Charleston will start providing services at Pleasant Valley Hospital starting Wednesday, May 15. Skeens is a cornea fellowship-trained ophthalmologist who specializes in the...
HARRISBURG — Republican Gov. Tom Corbett came into office in 2011 as an unabashed supporter of school vouchers, charter schools and other forms of school choice. When it was time to name an education secretary, he picked someone with the same mind-...
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