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A Texas A&M University researcher has now provided the first evidence that the Italian violin masters tried to impart specific vowel sounds to their violins.
Las Vegas is appealing to average people around the world because it represents an escape from the mundane, everyday cares everyone faces, says Missouri University of Science and Technology historian Larry Gragg in his latest book.
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With Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit hitting the silver screen, American University literature professor explains fantasy genre’s growing popularity.
University of Utah Team creates startup company and secures $125,000 grant to provide personalized Alzheimer's care and address caregiver education shortage via mobile devices.
In 18 years she’s had 15 surgeries and through it all she’s put her energy into helping others. This is a report about a child who, while battling neurofibromatosis, raised millions of dollars, one penny at a time.
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Older adults can enjoy mental and physical benefits from Pilates, an exercise that incorporates the health benefits of yoga and weight training with simple routines.