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Vedad Ibisevic of Bosnia and Herzegovina celebrates scoring his team's first goal during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Group F match between Argentina and Bosnia-Herzegovina at Maracana on June 15, 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  (Photo: Julian Finney/Getty Images)

For Bosnia, World Cup Paved Way for Healing

“I think this is the only thing that has happened since the war that people are happy about,” forward Vedad Ibisevic says.


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Expert: Redskins Trademark Issue is Mostly Moral Victory

St. Louis University Associate Law Professor Yvette Liebesman says the ruling doesn’t completely eliminate the team’s trademark protection.


Photo: AFP/Getty/ Yoshikazu Tsuno

SLU Researchers Use Common Virus to Kill Breast Cancer

Saint Louis University researchers harness a common virus to kill breast cancer cells in mice.


Photo: iStock

St. Louis University Rallies Against Hate Attacks

Students at St. Louis University hold a vigil Sunday night to stand up against racist acts on campus.


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Medical Food Could Help Treat Alzheimer’s Disease

Saint Louis University researchers are studying a medical food to help treat Alzheimer’s Disease.



Study Addresses Depression in Medical School

A new Saint Louis University study indicates that medical schools can go a long way in helping future doctors manage their own levels of stress and depression.


Photo courtesy of SLU

SLU to Study Missouri Death Penalty

A new research program at Saint Louis University’s law school will analyze administration of the death penalty in Missouri over the past 25 years.



TIAM Weekend: Dr. Thomas Wright, SLU President Dr. Fred Pestello

Should Marijuana be legal in Missouri? Dr. Thomas Wright says it can be harmful to children. SLU has a new President. We here from Dr. Fred Pestello who will take over in July.

NewsRadio 1120 KMOX–03/22/2014

Southeast Missouri Mental Health Center

Padded Walls, Not Prison Cells, For Some Missouri Sex Offenders

Currently, nearly 200 men are part of the SORTS program, not for what they’ve done but for what they might do in the future.


Getty/John Moore

Brain Imaging Study at SLU Shows Effects of Combat

Dr. Tyler Roskos says veterans who suffered blast injuries have changes in brain tissue that are still apparent years after.




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