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The University of Miami Hurricane Club's 2013 Spring Tour traveled to Boca Raton recently for a luncheon at the City Fish Market restaurant. Head football coach Al Golden and athletic director Blake James were in attendance. Golden addressed the crowd of...
Dr. Jerome L. Sullivan III, the pathologist who first theorized of a link between heart disease and iron levels in the blood, died Friday of complications from diabetes. He was 68. Sullivan, a physician, scientist and professor, was recognized around...
Tags: Heart Attack, Tampa, People (magazine), Pathology, Heart Disease
It is their way of remembering, of keeping their son's legacy alive. In what has become an annual rite of spring, Buzz and Madeline Smith made their way to the guidance office of Taravella High in Coral Springs last month. For a few hours, they...
Gov. Rick Scott's signing of the Career and Professional Education Act effectively positions Florida State University and the University of Florida for pre-eminent status, and puts FSU on the fast track to move into the top 25 in the national rankings...
BROOKINGS - SDSU Extension recently hired Shannon Sand as the new Livestock Business Management Field Specialist, pending the approval of the Board of Regents. In this position, Sand will deliver research-based programming and develop educational...
ReutersBy Michael Martina BEIJING, May 3 (Reuters) - China's new-found clout in regulating global mergers is causing headaches for companies seeking high-stakes deals that need Beijing's approval. Where corporate lawyers and advisers were once primarily...
Two antiviral drugs used to treat hepatitis C appear to work as well in the real world as they did during clinical trials, an international research consortium has observed. The consortium also released data that may help inform how doctors and patients...
University of Florida researchers have developed a "DNA nanotrain" that fast-tracks its payload of cancer-fighting drugs and bioimaging agents to tumor cells deep within the body. The nanotrain's ability to cost-effectively deliver high doses of drugs...
TAVARES — The city's latest downtown project — a $540,000 train station modeled after a long-gone depot — will open Wednesday at Wooton Park, becoming the headquarters for a historic steam train and the Chamber of Commerce. Inside, the...
Tags: Elections, Politics, Religion and Belief, Ethics, Lawyers
In June, Kaitlin will turn that magic age of 18. As the clock strikes midnight, she will become a grownup and get booted out of foster care to make her own way in the world. Never mind that she has two more years of high school before she can go to...
With a focus on cancer, diabetes and obesity, Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute at Lake Nona has picked the first five research groups that it will collaborate with to advance drug discoveries. The scientific teams will be part of the Florida...
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