Ash-har Quraishi, FOX 13 NOW

Ash-har Quraishi


Chicago, IL, United States

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Past articles by Ash-har:

Scientists study impact rooftop gardens have on surface temperature

NASA climate scientists found larger roofs with more diverse plant species had greater cooling benefits. → Read More

Veterans heal from traumatic experiences through visual art and music

CreatiVets works with artistic institutions like the Grand Ole Opry and the Art Institute of Chicago to help veterans learn how to tell their stories through photography, sculpture, painting and songwriting. → Read More

As immunity wanes against COVID, researchers study protection

Data already shows covid reinfections occurring more frequently - in some cases more than once in less than 90 days. → Read More

Scripps again partners with News Literacy Foundation to highlight better information sharing habits

This week, our company has once again teamed up with News Literacy Foundation to help shine a light on better information consumption and sharing. → Read More

Artificial intelligence drives next-generation street sign

The smart sign is essentially a stationary robot driven by artificial intelligence that can provide real-time, up-to-date directional information to help you get to where you want to be. → Read More

Future of public health: Could take years for a complete return to normalcy after pandemic

While we could expect to see lower levels of transmission year-round, COVID-19 is not likely to ever go out of season. → Read More

Pediatricians warn of post-COVID complications coming

With an increase in COVID-19 cases, health officials are bracing for a wave of children who may experience a rare, but potentially deadly, post-COVID complication. → Read More

Medical breakthrough reverses paralysis through spinal cord repair

Scientists may be on the cusp of a new era of regenerative medicine, preventing paralysis caused by severe spinal cord injuries or trauma. → Read More

Virtual reality technology helping kids with extreme needle anxiety

The Smileyscope virtual reality system can be used during vaccinations, IV placements and even blood draws. → Read More

Families of children with disabilities challenge mask mandate bans

The U.S. Department of Education has opened seven civil rights investigations into states where masks have been banned or restricted. → Read More

Sculptor inspires others to turn bales of hay into works of art

To create the pieces, straw can be woven around chicken wire with wood framing as support. → Read More

Immunocompromised people among the first to get COVID-19 vaccine booster

Most physicians are advising against an antibody test post third dose, because it may provide a false sense of security. → Read More

American woman in Kabul scrambles to evacuate animal shelter and staff

The shelter is home to some 230 animals from four different rescues and a security contractor company that utilized bomb-sniffing dogs. → Read More

E-bike sales boomed during pandemic, could help reduce carbon emissions

Advocates say e-bikes are great for users with limited ability and mobility and can even lead to a car-free household. → Read More

Historical church where Emmett Till’s funeral was held gets major grant for preservation

The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced more than $3 million in grants to 40 sites and organizations, and Roberts Temple Church was at the top of the list. → Read More

As virus circulates in unvaccinated people, breakthrough cases are expected to grow

Experts warn the more the virus can circulate among the unvaccinated, the more likely the chance of breakthrough cases → Read More

Bionic hand aims to help people with limb loss and differences with daily living

The Ability Hand can be charged via USB. It has a carbon fiber palm and silicone-coated fingers, making it lightweight and tough. → Read More

Face masks and pandemic protocols nearly wipe out day school illnesses

More than a year of masking, hand-washing, and social distancing has made one thing clearer: children are getting sick less often. → Read More

Groups team up to find new ways to tell AAPI stories to children, promoting inclusivity

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are sharing their stories to younger audiences through the Conscious Kid, an educational organization that aims to "promote healthy racial identity development in youth." → Read More

Decline in US birthrate will likely have long lasting effects

A global pandemic, lockdown and isolation may have all contributed to the drop in Americans making babies, but the trend has been on the decline for years. → Read More