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New Drug Shows Promising Results for Alzheimer’s Disease

The drug, solanezumab, can slow cognitive and functional declines in those with mild cognitive impairment.

07/23/2015

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NFL Market Study Has Some Good News, Raises Questions

The NFL study, which included interviews with local Rams fans, estimates that Personal Seat Licenses, or PSLs, could raise $204 million, which is way above the $120-30 million the Stadium Task Force was counting on.

07/08/2015

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SLU Professor Receives $5 Million “Happiness” Grant

The grand will fund a collaborative effort to find more about humans happiness and well-being.

07/02/2015

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$2.65 Million Granted to SIUE for Alzheimer’s Research

The program will begin a period of developing, testing and retesting various drugs.

06/22/2015

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New Study Shows Effectiveness of Mammograms

An expert panel finds mammograms are most beneficial for women between the ages of 50 and 74.

06/05/2015

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Study Investigates Alzheimer’s in African-Americans

Called the A4 study, researchers will investigate a drug that could prevent Alzheimer’s dementia in people at risk.

05/08/2015

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Criminologist Weighs In on Gun Info

A local criminologist says it looks like the judges aren’t any tougher on gun crimes here than they were in 2011.

04/27/2015

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Judges’ New Gun Docket Gives Out More Probation Than Prison Time

“We arrest criminals and they say ‘I’m not worried about it. I got paper. I got probation the first time, and I’ll get paper the second time,'” complained a frustrated Police Chief Sam Dotson.

04/27/2015

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University Study Hopes to Bring Answers to Gun Crime Increase

“There’s a concern over gangs in St. Louis,” UMSL criminologist Beth Huebner says. “We do have gangs, we do have guns – they are highly related. But then there are groups of people who aren’t associated with gangs, that we know of, that aren’t carrying guns.”

04/22/2015

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‘Better Together’ Study Examines St. Louis Area Policing

St. Louisans pay about $100 per capita more than Indy or Louisville for police service, report shows.

04/03/2015

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