14 min ago
J.A. Garfield valedictorians off to the future
This year's valedictorians for the James A. Garfield school district are headed off to prepare for the future, wherever it takes them after graduation June 2. Timothy Schwan, son of Bob and Lisa Schwan of Garrettsville, is going to the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.
4 hrs ago
Anti-Cancer Drug Reverses Alzheimer's Disease In Mice
An anti-cancer drug may reverse memory problems in an Alzheimer's Disease mouse model, according to new research carried out at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.
Fri May 24, 2013
Cleveland bridges have problems, but not the kind that collapsed a Seattle-area span
A bridge collapse north of Seattle on Thursday doesn't raise red flags for aging spans here, even though some have similar structures.
10 Natural Ways to Beat Allergies
Over-the-counter and prescription meds aren't the only solutions for your symptoms.
Atotech Collaborates with Case Western Reserve on Nanotechnology
Atotech has signed agreements with Case Western Reserve University to enhance development of the company's global metallization technology, and support its material science and application failure analysis activities in Europe, Asia and the United States.
Thu May 23, 2013
Labs reject dramatic findings on cancer drug in Alzheimer's mice
U.S. scientists say a dramatic result last year suggesting that a cancer drug already approved by U.S. regulators could quickly clear out Alzheimer's plaques in mice was too good to be true.
Drug reverses Alzheimer's disease deficits in mice
The research, funded by the National Institutes of Health's National Institute on Aging and Alzheimer's Association, reviewed previously published findings on the drug bexarotene, approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use in cutaneous T cell lymphoma.
Marion council member resigns
The City of Marion says council member Lou Stark submitted his letter of resignation and they will appoint someone to finish the rest of the term.
Studies cast doubt on cancer drug as Alzheimer's treatment
Bexarotene, a cancer drug touted as a potential treatment for Alzheimer's disease, may not be the blockbuster remedy scientists were hoping for, according to several analyses published in Science on 24 May 1-4 . Four independent research groups report that they failed to fully replicate striking results published in the journal last year 5 by Gary ... (more)
The Columbus Dispatch
Newly appointed Franklin County judge, 32, is the youngest in Ohio
Colleen O'Donnell joined the Franklin County Common Pleas Court bench this week as the youngest sitting judge in Ohio.
Case Western Reserve University - Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare -...
It is ranked amongst the premier universities across the nation and is a pioneer among independent research universities.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Columbus Dispatch
Research will target Ohio's early births
A $10 million research project will focus on what causes babies to be born too early.
Mon May 20, 2013
Hillcrest Director Awarded for National EMS Week
Dr. Don Spaner spent much of his time at a recent EMS award ceremony in Columbus marveling at the accomplishments of others instead of his own.
2 dismantled Hulett ore unloaders on Whiskey Island: Whatever happened to ...?
"Whatever happened to . . .?" is a weekly series updating some of the most newsworthy and interesting local stories covered in The Plain Dealer.
Sat May 18, 2013
Send in the clones and the bioethicists
But the truth is you may already know a clone. Biologists have cloned human embryos to create stem cell colonies for the first time, raising concerns about "clone" babies someday becoming possible.
Fri May 17, 2013
Data Addressing Patient And Physician Barriers To Clinical Trials To Be Presented By Experts
Researchers from University Hospitals Case Medical Center's Seidman Cancer Center in Cleveland, OH, will present findings from two studies evaluating new technologies designed to address common barriers to patient enrollment in clinical trials.
Thu May 16, 2013
Medical News Today
Survey Of Nurses Regarding End-Of-Life Preferences
Nurses will use extreme measures to save patients and their parents. But they'd prefer less aggressive life-preserving methods for themselves, according to an international survey on nurses' end-of-life preferences.
Wed May 15, 2013
National Senior Games will be awesome, say organizers, but they need more volunteers and...
A cauldron, created out of steel by local architect Ron Payto, will be lit at the start of the National Senior Games.
UH Case Medical Center Experts to Present Data at ASCO On Patient and ...
CLEVELAND: Researchers from University Hospitals Case Medical Center's Seidman Cancer Center will present findings from two studies evaluating new technologies designed to address common barriers to patient enrollment in clinical trials.
Tue May 14, 2013