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Special to the Los Angeles TimesHANFORD, Calif. — Combining the high sugar and flavor of cherries with the larger fruit size and extended season of plums has been a longstanding dream for fruit breeders, but such crosses are difficult to make successfully so that the hybrids yield...
Halfway around the world in India, Sivaprakash Ramalingam had heard of Johns Hopkins researchers using a promising new technique for gene therapy that he hoped to integrate with stem cells to cure diseases. After getting a doctorate in biochemistry in...
Tags: Anemia, Travel, Chemical Industry, Biotechnology, Health
Megan Podkowa Trinity Basketball Class rank: 7 of 139. Athletics: Tribune All-State first team for girls basketball; GCAC Red Player of the Year; Tribune/WGN-Ch. 9 Athlete of the Month for January; Trinity's career leader in scoring, rebounding and...
Daily American Sunday EditorWeather conditions this year have local agriculture experts warning private and commercial growers to be on the lookout for a potentially-devastating blight outbreak in tomatoes and potatoes. "We've confirmed it (blight) already in Blair, Franklin and...
Last month, Commerce Secretary John Bryson, 68, resigned from his Cabinet post after suffering a seizure while driving, resulting in two car crashes. To get a better understanding of this condition, we turned to Dr. John Ebersole, a national authority...
When a patch of unwanted grass discolors a putting green, it can cause headaches for golf course managers and for the sod farmers who supply them. But a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientist has developed a tool to help minimize the damage....
We're now cruising into Connecticut's sweet corn season, and few things taste better on a summer's day than a brilliant, golden corn-on-the-cob slathered in butter. The question is, would those juicy kernels taste a little less sweet if you knew they were...
FOX 17 ReporterOver the years, 41 year-old John Williamson has seen his cousin, Andy Williamson, only a handful of times. Their fathers are brothers and grew up in Scotland; John’s father moving to Canada and John eventually ended up in Grand Rapids. Andy, now...
The mother of a local boy with a rare syndrome is speaking out after it took 8 years to get a diagnosis. She wants other parents to know, it is okay to keep pushing for answers. To most people, 9-year-old Alex Morlan, looks perfectly normal on the...
Tags: Genetic Condition, James Durbin
How many children have you had, and did you wait until after 30 to have the first one? Do you have more than one drink a day? Did you get your period before you were 12? Do you exercise? Have a low-fat, high-fiber diet? Did you breast-feed? Do you work...
Tags: Chemotherapy, Leukemia, Blood, Medical Research, Breast Cancer
email@example.comAgricultural literacy is a large concern of mine, and sort of a cause, if you will. My concern was heightened when I read about a survey conducted by a British charity called LEAF, which revealed that only 40 percent of young adults associated cows with...
In space, no one can hear you scream — but everyone can hear the classical music loud and clear. Science-fiction movies have had a long affinity for classical music, and the relationship is a fascinating and complex one. In "Prometheus," Ridley...
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