Five weeks before the U.S. Supreme Court decided the fate of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, University of Arkansas Law Professor Mark Killenbeck addressed the issue at the heart of the Affordable Care Act debate — the Commerce Clause
Imagine reaching for a piping hot biscuit or taking a forkful of crisp, flaky piecrust, knowing that each delicious bite will lower your bad cholesterol, raise your good cholesterol and maybe boost your metabolism to burn more calories
Minutes after his boss drills him with questions about results from recent experiments, Bhanu Koppolu is back at the bench, pulling on black latex gloves and checking on millions of T cells taken from a small incubator inside a whiter-than-white lab room at the Engineering Research Center in south Fayetteville.
Behavior analysts working in public schools in the 1990s did not hear as much about autism as they do today. They would enter classrooms to work with children who usually were experiencing difficulty with behavior, but also demonstrated limited academic achievement