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Scientific breakthroughs, when optimally timed, arrive at the precise moment in history when they can do the most good in the world. It's too bad the newest strategy to curb production of methamphetamine arrives now, after meth addiction already has...
I was channel surfing in commercial breaks from an NFL playoff game last Sunday when a figure skating show, Improv-Ice, arrested my attention. There was Nicole Bobek, back on national television as a performer (for the second time in 15 days), looking...
THE SKINNY: Welcome to the world of "The X-Factor." From the start of Wednesday night's premiere, the "X" would take the foundations of "American Idol" — high drama, big lights and heartfelt stories — and build for the sky. This was an...
ReporterIt never went away, but police thought they had a handle on methamphetamines in Southwest Virginia, but new ways to make it are making meth the hardest drug to fight in our hometowns. Users call it "Shake and Bake," and just like when you use the real...
Reality CheckGreetings and salutations, Project Runway junkies. I'm Kevin Van Valkenburg, sports writer when sober, fashion blogger/recapper when not. First, a brief apology for my absence last week. I'd like to tell you I was so overcome with all the emotion......
AP Medical WriterWASHINGTON (AP) — Could a once-a-month alcoholism shot keep some of the highest-risk heroin addicts from relapse? A drug that wakes up narcoleptics treat cocaine addiction? An old antidepressant fight methamphetamine? This is the next frontier in...
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