Today Paul Pepper welcomes MARGARET TOLLERTON, Missouri Cures, "The World Stem Cell Summit" is coming up. Also, ELIZABETH FREEMAN, MU Health Care, discusses the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and how you can keep it in check during the holidays.
A researcher is testing a geothermal heating system at a turkey farm in central Missouri that could help trim utility costs.
The Columbia Daily Tribune reports that an engineering professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia is trying out the system, which uses the soil to regulate the temperature of water flowing through buried pipes. The water then transfers the warmth from the ground into the barn.
Originally published on Mon November 26, 2012 9:19 am
Horrific is a word that quickly comes to mind about the news from Bangladesh concerning a fire Saturday in a garment factory where clothes were made for retailers around the world, including some in the U.S.