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A NEW hack for Apple's voice-enabled personal assistant lets you shuffle through your Spotify playlist or adjust the temperature on your airconditioner.
In a review published in the April issue of Immunity, Kevin J. Tracey, MD, president of The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, says it's time to take a fresh look at the medical community's approach to treating sepsis, which kills millions worldwide every year, including more than 200,000 Americans.
Nine-time Grammy Award-winning artist, John Legend comes to the Van Wezel with The All of Me Tour, on April 27, 2014.
The discussion is just starting, President Mason said: "I'm not saying we're going to become Yale or Harvard, and there's no plan in place yet, it's just a vision.'
The NCAA is proposing three new experimental rules to address ongoing complaints about stalling and a lack of scoring action, and plans to take them for a test drive at the 2014 NWCA All-Star Classic, the organization announced Tuesday.
There's a growing physical dependence on caffeine that research now shows is similar to the dependency people experience on drugs or alcohol.
Release, Northern Virginia Community College: Three Northern Virginia Community College students have been awarded a Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.
Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price today announced that John L. Jackson Jr., the Richard Perry University Professor at the University of Pennsylvania and Senior Advisor for Diversity in the Office of the Provost, has been named dean of Penn's School of Social Policy & Practice.
A cabin in Vermont, a beachfront house in the Outer Banks, and an iPad are just a few of the items that will be available at the University City Arts League's auction, May 10 from 6 to 10 at Hall of Flags, Houston Hall at the University of Pennsylvania.
But these backpacks weren't worn by students going from class to class or on their way to eat lunch and study with friends.
Friends of Annie Bauerlein-Mergott will host a music benefit on Saturday, May 3, 6 to to 10 p.m., at the Point Pleasant Fire Company, 6500 Point Pleasant Pike, Point Pleasant, Pa.
From being forced to work as a construction labourer after his family lost their home in a slum demolition drive to making his way to Harvard and then work for the US government, Deelip Mhaske decided to return to his motherland to pave the way for a better future.
He lived happily in retirement on Spruce Creek for 30 years with his wife, Wendy, to whom he had been married for 66 years.
Even though smoking appears far less frequently in U.S. television shows than it used to, its portrayal may still be triggering the urge in adult smokers, according to a new study.
There may be nothing more important to the future of the US-Israel relationship than young American Jews.
Nurse researcher Linda H. Aiken, RN, PhD, FAAN, FRCN, has published a study that presents the latest in growing body of evidence to suggest a more highly educated nursing workforce saves lives.