Gluten-free expert Tricia Thompson, MS, RD, puts cosmetics to the test; finds gluten content may not be significant.
The study from Thomas Jefferson University wins award from American College of Gastroenterology.
Loss not as dramatic as with dieting, but weight stays off, researchers found
The events of early April 1968 in Memphis, Tenn. — culminating in the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. — will be the focus of a talk by two prominent figures in the Civil Rights Movement on Jan. 31 at the University of Virginia School of Law.
The University of Virginia School of Law offered more than 20 January term courses last week on topics ranging from hedge fund regulation to the law of baseball, but students traveling abroad for Israeli Health Law and Bioethics may have enjoyed the most culturally enlightening experience.
Following a fire on Tues 7 Feb, the James Weir building is closed.
U.S. Judge Raymond A. Jackson '73, whose district court decision in a drug case led to a U.S.
In response to a motion prepared by students in the University of Virginia School of Law's First Amendment Clinic, a federal judge on Monday ordered American International Group Inc.
Julia Lacovara, a rising second-year UVA Law student, has been working as an intern in the Chambers section of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, located in Arusha, Tanzania.
Andy Mao, who serves as senior counsel for health care fraud and elder justice at the Justice Department, recently discussed a recent $3 billion health fraud settlement, his career and his advice for law students hoping to work at the DOJ.