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Dance with me? Study uses music to soothe dementia patients and caregivers

The room transformed as an older woman danced around the skilled nursing care unit to rock ’n’ roll hits from her youth....

VOA: US House Republicans Who Voted to Impeach Trump Face Primaries

Three Republican U.S. House members who voted to impeach Donald Trump over the Jan. 6 insurrection are being challenged in Tuesday's primary...

NPR:Pelosi has landed in Taiwan. Here’s why that’s a big deal

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., landed in Taiwan late Tuesday evening local time, and she is expected to meet members of Taiwan's...

Healthy diet after head, neck cancer diagnosis may boost survival

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the head or neck were 93% less likely to die of any cause...

4-H carries on tradition of the Champaign County Fair

The 4-H exhibition is an inseparable part of the tradition of county fairs, and this is no exception at the Champaign County...

New study models the impacts of bursting bubble aerosols on climate and public health

Assistant Professor Jie Feng has published new research that could more accurately model water-to-air pollutant and disease transmission, ultimately impacting public health and the global climate.

Study links insulin resistance, advanced cell aging with childhood poverty

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Black adolescents who lived in poverty and were less optimistic about the future showed accelerated aging in their immune...

A Fruitful Partnership

For US farmers, enormous GPS-guided equipment makes easier work of planting and harvesting thousands of acres each season. Now, thanks to a...

North ‘plaza’ in Cahokia was likely inundated year-round, study finds

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The ancient North American city of Cahokia had as its focal point a feature now known as Monks Mound,...