newsprintUConn Today posted a video, as part of the UConn Science in Seconds series, about testing to detect infectious disease or agents in ticks. This information, obtained in the Connecticut Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory, can aid medical professionals. Department of Pathobiology and Veterinary Science Associate Professor Guillermo Risatti, Technical Assistant Maureen Sims and Research Assistant Heather Haycock were shown in the video.

New York Times recommended the Korey Stringer Institute website as a source of useful guidance for exertional heat stroke information. The institute is housed in kinesiology.

Time mentioned the Human Performance Laboratory and quoted Professor Lawrence Armstrong about the best way to rehydrate for the average adult and for those who exercise continuously for long periods of time. Armstrong and the lab are part of the Department of Kinesiology.

The Register Citizen announced that the Litchfield County 4-H Fair is to be held on July 29 and 30 in Goshen, Connecticut.

By Patsy Evans