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Ron McCurdy is a jazz musician and music professor at the University of Southern California
In this December 17, 2012 photo provided by Colorado State University, Dr. Rodney L. Page, Professor of Oncology and Director of the CSU Flint Animal Cancer Center, sits on a sofa with a golden retriever, Winston, in the lobby of the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University, in Fort Collins, Colo. Winston is a pet of a co-worker, and not part of the cancer study. The Golden Retriever Lifetime Study will be the largest and longest study of dogs ever conducted, said Page, the study's principal investigator. (AP Photo/Colorado State University, Joe. A. Mendoza)
In this film image released by Universal Pictures, animated character Lorax, voiced by Danny Devito, center, stands with stands with the Bar-ba-loots, Swomee-Swans and Humming-Fish in a scene from "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax."
With tens of thousands of students, faculty and staff in close proximity, Arizona's universities are taking steps to prepare for swine flu's next assault.
We're surely oversimplifying, but there seems to be a field of medical research that specializes in finding that certain pleasures — a couple of glasses of wine, for example — once thought to be bad for you turn out in actuality to be good for you.
Steve Kates hasn’t forgotten Pluto. More than nine months after Pluto lost its designation as a planet, Kates is leading a local effort to regain that status.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -Brad Wright, co-creator and executive producer of the Scifi Channel’s ‘‘Stargate: SG-1,’’ says he has never worked so hard in my life.
I am a pleasant, 76-year-old man whose father died at age 77, three weeks after vascular surgery to repair an abdominal aorta aneurism followed by a lower leg amputation due to gangrene. I inherited my father’s body build and poor circulation, and have a complicated medical history, including peripheral vascular disease with neuropathy, leg cramps, and, since 2003, slow healing wounds on the toes and shins.
WASHINGTON - Coalition forces have taken custody of the Iraqi scientist known as "Dr. Germ" for her work in creating weapons-grade anthrax, officials said Monday.
"The Wedding of River Song" was a rollercoaster ride through alternate (or simultaneous) time, and a climactic end to Doctor Who's sixth season.
After terrorists attacked America on Sept. 11, 2001, nearly 400 people gathered in a circle at Unity of Mesa Church, closed their eyes and listened as sound healers Eileen and Gene Johnson tapped on crystal singing bowls and talked them through a meditation.
Dr. Jerome Garrison signs his son's letter of intent to play basketball at Grand Canyon University.
Former University of New Mexico soccer player Alexis Ball, former Arizona State University quarterback Steven Threet and University of Michigan neurologist Dr. Jeffrey Kutcher, from left, wait to testify to a Senate committee about the danger of concussions to athletes.
Comedian Bill Engvall is seen during his comedy performance at the University of Texas at Tyler, in Tyler, Texas on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2010. (AP Photo/Dr. Scott M. Lieberman)
CREATOR: Dr. Phillip Bourne, creator of video-sharing site SciVee.com, poses outside his lab at the University of California, San Diego.
Dr. Frank Sanchez from the University of Colorado at Denver, shows examples of positive Latino teen magazines during a discussion.
Dr. Craig R. Smith, chief of the Division of Cardiothoracic surgery at the New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center Monday.