Virginia Baldwin Gilbert
(all St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
CHILDREN'S CASE SHOWS HOW QUICKLY GENETIC DISCOVERIES START SAVING LIVES, by William Allen, Sept. 20, 1999.
SMOKING WHILE PREGNANT IS RUSSIAN ROULETTE -- WITH BABIES AS THE TARGETS, by Judith Vandewater, March 5, 2000.
WOMAN DIVERTED FROM EMERGENCY ROOM GETS APOLOGY FROM THE HOSPITAL, by Deborah Shelton, Feb. 4, 2001
LIVING DONOR LIVER TRANSPLANTS, ONCE THE STUFF OF DREAMS, NOW OFFER THE HOPE OF LIFE, by John G. Carlton, Aug. 22, 1999.
(SIDEBAR) MEDICARE SAYS IT DOESN'T BAR LIVING DONOR SURGERIES, BUT DOCTORS WAY IT HAS PAID FOR NONE, by John G. Carlton, Aug. 22, 1999.
DOCTOR IN CHARGE OF SURGERY WASN'T THERE FOR MOST OF IT, SUIT ALLEGES, By John G. Carlton, Oct. 31, 1999.
THE RISK OF REZULIN: A PROFESSOR AT WU WARNS THAT A POPULAR DIABETES DRUG COULD CAUSE LIVER PROBLEMS, By Andrew A. Skolnick, March 19, 2000.
(SIDEBAR) FIGHTING DIABETES WITH DRUGS, By Andrew A. Skolnick, March 19, 2000.
(SIDEBAR) WHEN ADVERSE REACTIONS GO UNREPORTED, OTHER PATIENTS ARE PUT AT RISK , By Andrew A. Skolnick, March 19, 2000.
ANCIENT SKELETONS COULD GIVE US CLUES TO MODERN DISEASES, by William Allen and John G. Carlton, Dec. 26, 1999.
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY TEAM TESTS QUAKE-DAMPING DEVICE, by William Allen, Sept. 7, 1999.
STUDY OF PAIN MAY EXPLAIN "WHINERS": THEY ACTUALLY HURT MORE, by William Allen, Feb. 21, 2000.
Special project: Plant and Human Survival
The Science Team provided eight days of coverage, with A1 stories and an open page inside each day that included profiles of local scientists, news stories, briefs, a glossary and graphics.
Pages containing 35 stories and four graphics are available in hard copy.
Please click here for a description for a description of the total coverage. Below are links to five stories.
SCIENTISTS HOLD SPIRITED DEBATE ON THE RULES FOR NAMING PLANTS, by Adam Goodman, July 29, 1999.
ENVIRONMENT AND BUSINESS COME TO TERMS: KARL-HENRIK ROBERT, by William Allen, Aug. 1, 1999.
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED RICE COULD FIGHT MALNUTRITION, SWISS AND GERMAN RESEARCHERS SAY, by Robert Steyer, Aug. 4, 1999.
SCIENTISTS LEARN FROM OTHERS AT PLANT CONGRESS HERE, by Michael Hines, Aug. 7, 1999.
PLANTS' EXTINCTION CAN ONLY LEAD TO OURS, SCIENTISTS SAY, by William Allen, Aug. 8 1999.
THE Y1K BUG, WITH APOLOGIES TO JEROLD THE BURGHER, By Adam Goodman, Oct. 10, 1999.
NEW GADGETS LESSENED THE DRUDGERY OF HOUSEWORK TECHNOLOGY, By William Allen, Oct. 10, 1999.
TECHNOLOGY WILL TRANSFORM OUR HOMES IN THE 21ST CENTURY: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS, By William Allen, Oct. 10, 1999.
EXPECT A CONVERGENCE OF PHONES, COMPUTERS AND CABLE: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS, By Jerri Stroud, Oct. 10, 1999.
BI-STATE BUSES AND VANS WILL BEGIN USING FUEL MADE PARTLY FROM SOYBEAN OIL ; VEHICLE EMISSIONS WILL BE CLEANER AND SMELL BETTER, By Tina Hesman, June 4, 2001
BIG SPENDING LEADS TO BIG TROUBLE , By Peter Shinkle, November 19, 2000
MONSANTO FACES ITS MANY OPTIONS, By Robert Steyer, Nov. 14, 1999.
(SIDEBAR) MONSANTO'S CHOICES, By Robert Steyer, Nov. 14, 1999.
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