Author: Kimberly Burk

Memory’s Ups and Downs

  Now that they’re adults, they’re not ashamed to own the truth about their first roller-coaster rides. “It scared me to death,” says Larry O’Dell, director of special projects for the Oklahoma Historical Society. “It was pretty scary,” says retired…

A Pain-Free Future

Sickle cell anemia is a painful disease. It plugs up blood vessels, starves organs of oxygen and causes episodes known as “pain crises” that send sufferers to the hospital.   Rodger McEver, M.D., treated many patients with sickle cell while…

Score Search

College-bound students looking to maximize their ACT scores will have more options this year. Starting in September, students may retake the English, reading, math and science sections separately, according to the nonprofit organization that administers the test widely used as…