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The findings of a new report from United Van Lines along with Michael Stoll, an economist at University of California Los Angeles, show surprising trends from this summer's prime moving months, especially in the Pacific Northwest. Gene Balk reports on the findings of the United Van Lines Summer Long-Distance Moving Trends Study, which had surprising news for the the boomtown of Seattle.
Two American doctors sickened by Ebola have been given blood transfusions from survivors, a technique the World Health Organization advocates but that experts say carries some risks. Ebola has killed more than 2,400 people, about half of those infected in the latest outbreak sweeping the West African nations of Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea and Nigeria.
Polarization in Congress and the nation's politics. Elections, campaign contributions, and money.
From filming a Costa Rica village largely relying on the legal harvest of turtles for food, to how people perceive historical events and the story of an Orthodox Jew's path to Judaism. Drucker, a 2001 graduate of Glenbrook South High School in Glenview, also has won several film awards, such as Two Best of Fest Documentary Awards at DOC NYC film festival in 2011, among others.
New research shows that schizophrenia is not a single disease, but a group of eight distinct disorders, each caused by changes in clusters of genes that lead to different sets of symptoms. Schizophrenia is eight different diseases, not one New research shows that schizophrenia is not a single disease, but a group of eight distinct disorders, each caused by changes in clusters of genes that lead to different sets of symptoms.
The graduating police cadets stood straight in the banquet room, wearing their most serious stares. The holsters on their belts would soon hold guns.
A scanning electron micrograph of Ebola virus budding from a cell . Credit: NIAID Two American doctors sickened by Ebola have been given blood transfusions from survivors, a technique the World Health Organization advocates but that experts say carries some risks.
On the heels of a busy residential moving season, United Van Lines today announced the findings of its Summer Long-Distance Moving Trends Study, indicating that Chicago, Washington, D.C. and Atlanta are the most popular moving destinations. A survey of United Van Lines customers moving to the top destination cities revealed that most moved for a new job or corporate transfer.
A recent study conducted by the Williams Institute at University of California, Los Angeles contradicted Hollywood's flamboyant acceptance towards the gay community. SAG-AFTRA's LGBT Committee played a major role in the experiment that united 5,700 of its members to contribute to focus groups and surveys to tackle the inequality challenges and lack of employment opportunities that LGBT actors reportedly face.
California's economy can expect more slow, "unexceptional" growth over the next two years, according to the quarterly Anderson Forecast from University of California Los Angeles. California's economy can expect more slow, "unexceptional" growth over the next two years, according to the quarterly Anderson Forecast from University of California Los Angeles .
Around 10% of adults contend with obstructive sleep apnea, a condition characterized by symptoms of brain dysfunction such as extreme daytime sleepiness, depression, anxiety and memory problems. Now, a new study published in PLOS One suggests the damage done in the brains of sleep apnea sufferers is down to weaker brain blood flow.
"TODAY, I'm beginning a new effort to fix as much of our immigration system as I can on my own, without Congress," said Barack Obama in June. Lamenting the refusal of Republicans in the House of Representatives to pass an immigration reform bill, he vowed to use his executive powers to "fix as much of our immigration system as we can".
People suffering from sleep apnoea have weaker brain blood flow that hurts the brain, says a study. Obstructive sleep apnoea is a sleep disorder that occurs when a person's breathing is repeatedly interrupted during sleep, hundreds of times a night.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 03:26 am
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