WACO, Texas (June 24, 2014) – Forty years ago this week, a bar code was used for the first time in a retail transaction. The purchase? A pack of gum.
WACO, Texas (June 24, 2014) — Mosquito bites can trigger more than just irritated, itchy skin. They can signal the beginning of potentially harmful diseases such as West Nile Virus. This week for National Mosquito Control Awareness Week, Richard Duhrkopf, Ph.D., biology professor in Baylor’s College of Arts & Sciences, provides several tips on how to avoid being bitten and reduce the number of mosquitoes buzzing around.
Iran and the United States Must Cooperate — Now — Against Advancing Islamic Militants in Iraq, Says Baylor University Expert on Religious Wars
WACO, Texas (June 17, 2014) — Secretary of State John Kerry’s “no hurry” approach to United States-Iranian cooperation to combat advancing Islamic militants in Iraq is a “sensible, diplomatic one” – and the wrong one, says a Baylor University expert on religious wars.
WACO, Texas (May 13, 2014) – “Use your nose.” That used to be standard advice given to people searching for prospective nursing homes for themselves or their loved ones.
WACO, Texas (May 7, 2014) – “You can do anything for a year.” That’s the adage adopted by students enrolled in Baylor University’s Louise Herrington School of Nursing’s 12-month accelerated baccalaureate nursing program, known as FastBacc.
WACO, Texas (May 5, 2014) — “Heaven Is For Real” — or so contends the current movie by that name. But which heaven? Several versions of heaven are depicted in art, literature, music and pop culture — some of which don’t mesh with faith doctrines, says author/pop culture critic Greg Garrett, Ph.D., a professor of English in Baylor University's College of Arts and Sciences.
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