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Editor at Biotech Week -- A new study on Immune System Diseases and Conditions is now available.
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6 hrs ago | Medical Daily
Many parents try to raise their children to not discriminate against others based on race, especially since babies start noticing things like skin color as early as 6 months of age.
8 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Hundreds of Meridian, Idaho, high school students signed a protest petition when their local school board banned Sherman Alexie's young adult novel "The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian' from their 10th-grade curriculum.
11 hrs ago | Crosscut.com
A majority of voters support two conflicting initiatives related to firearm sale background checks.
15 hrs ago | RedOrbit
Image Caption: Tilted orbits might make some planets wobble like a top that's almost done spinning, an effect that could maintain liquid water on the surface.
Spring has arrived in Seattle! Birds are chirping, bugs are crawling, flowers are blooming, mold spores are floatingand for upwards of 40 percent of children and their families, noses are running and eyes are tearing.
Dr. Berk suffered a serious spinal cord injury when he fell off his bike in 2009.
Pepper Schwartz has written nearly 20 books, including her most recent work "The Normal Bar."
NASA will host a news teleconference at 2 p.m. EDT Thursday, April 17, to announce a new discovery made by its planet-hunting mission, the Kepler Space Telescope.
When TriMet announces the name of Portland's newest bridge on Wednesday morning , one of the city's most recognizable pieces of art will instantly need to be rebuilt.
Oceanographers have made the first detailed measurements of fast-flowing water and intense mixing in a submarine canyon just off the Washington coast.
Andr Watts burst upon the music scene at age 16 when Leonard Bernstein chose him to debut with the New York Philharmonic in a nationwide Young People's Concerts broadcast.
People taking blood thinners to prevent clots in their legs or lungs may put themselves at risk for serious internal bleeding if they also take common painkillers such as aspirin or ibuprofen, researchers warn.
Image Caption: Princeton University graduate student Andrew Babbin prepares a seawater collection device known as a rosette.
This is a screenshot taken during a video of a "choice trial" -- when a baby chooses one experimenter to play with.
Somewhere along the line, top-ranked public institutions discovered that out-of-state students represented a serious source of revenue for budgets suffering from relentless reductions in state appropriations.
For Aaron Parks, expanding his career as a jazz pianist in New York City is a whirlwind at times, but Whidbey Island is where he feels most grounded.