Hot Spots: Pinpointing Shaken-Baby Syndrome Cases
A new Medill Justice Project study identifies where higher rates of shaken-baby syndrome cases are occurring in the United States.
Ritualistic use of mercury remains a mystery, health effects are not
Medill students investigate the ritualistic use of mercury in the Chicago Hispanic communities.
Causes of autism remains elusive but new study shows higher risk with induced labor
Despite the prevalence of autism, the causes remain elusive. Now a new study reports that induced or augmented labor may increase the risk of autism for the baby by an average of 23 percent.
Jackson man, 22, dies after suffering multiple gunshot wounds in Monday night shooting
The man, whose name was not released, was found in the driveway when officials arrived.
Lollapalooza 2013: Withstand the heat or get out.
Experts say the festival atmosphere — while being fun and laid back — may also promote a social hierarchy that's based on someone’s ability to withstand the extreme environment.
'It was nerve-racking' says Dale Earnhardt Jr. after speaking with Napoleon student.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. spent time with Napoleon students of all ages answering questions, posing for pictures and signing autographs before heading off to race in the Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway.
NASCAR Sprint Cup at MIS: NASCAR bride Samantha Busch enjoying life as the wife of racer Kyle Busch
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