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  • With monitoring and precautions at current exposure levels, workers at the Daiichi plant wouldn't be expected to get radiation poisoning, said Peter Caracappa, radiation safety officer and a clinical professor of nuclear engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y.

    Remaining Plant Workers Are at Risk

  • All these devices can affect the quality of sleep, says Lauren Hale, associate professor of preventive medicine at Stony Brook N.Y.

    Electronic glow affecting Americans' sleep

  • The sitting jurors were each more than 45 years old and came from parts of Manhattan, the Bronx and Westchester County, N.Y.

    Lawyers Make First Pitches to Jurors

  • This week, the team found a watermark on one of the paper inserts and discovered that the manufacturer was P.A. Mesier, who owned a paper mill in the Bronx, N.Y.

    Smithsonian undertakes $225,000 effort to restore the Jefferson Bible

  • "The yield is there" compared to corporate debt, said Matt Dalton , chief investment officer of Belle Haven Investments in White Plains, N.Y.

    Illinois Is Likely to Dangle Strong Yields in Bond Issue

  • "We're going to have to see just where this is going to fit" in how we treat lupus patients, said Betty Diamond, head of the Center of Autoimmune and Musculoskeletal Diseases at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, Manhasset, N.Y.

    Gene Work Yields New Treatment For Lupus

  • Schneider, who practices in Rochester, N.Y, says one of her most horrible memories is hearing a teen girl scream "when her parents told her she had just killed her best friend" while driving drunk.

    Parenting, Part II: Talk to teens about alcohol

  • Now 73 years old, Mr. Wurlitzer will trek into Manhattan on Friday from his remote outpost—actually, he lives mostly in Hudson, N.Y, with his wife, the photographer Lynn Davis—for the start of a weeklong tribute to his work at Anthology Film Archives.

    On the Road Again

  • At the highest levels of radiation detected in Tokyo's water, a normal adult would have to drink about 52 gallons of contaminated water to reach the annual U.S. limit for radiation exposure, according to Peter Caracappa , a clinical professor of nuclear engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y.

    Radiation Risks in Tokyo's Water Supply Are Slight, Safety Experts Say

  • Armes for The Wall Street Journal Temporary courses designed by artists have popped up in the past year in places including Salt Lake City, San Diego, and Governors Island, N.Y.

    The Mini-Golf Art Gallery


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