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PR NewsChannel
Reputable Oncologist David R. Squires, MD, will be Spotlighted in The Leading Physicians of the WorldThe International Association of Health Care Professionals is pleased to welcom
Reputable Oncologist David R. Squires, MD, will be Spotlighted in The Leading Physicians of the World
PR NewsChannel / Posted 22 hours ago
The International Association of Health Care Professionals is pleased to welcome David R. Squires, MD, Oncologist, to their prestigious organization with his upcoming publication in The Leading Physicians of the World. Dr. Squires is a highly trained... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Polluter-funded research on the health of the Ogeechee River continuesResearchers at Georgia Southern University are painting what they hope will be
Polluter-funded research on the health of the Ogeechee River continues
Savannah Morning News / Posted 2 days ago
Researchers at Georgia Southern University are painting what they hope will be a comprehensive picture of the Ogeechee River and the animals that live in it. The $1 million, more than three-years-long study is being funded by the owners of a textile... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Polluter-funded research on Ogeechee continuesGSU looking at weather, climate, fish to respond in crisis Researchers at Geor
Polluter-funded research on Ogeechee continues
Savannah Morning News / Posted 2 days ago
GSU looking at weather, climate, fish to respond in crisis Researchers at Georgia Southern University are painting what they hope will be a comprehensive picture of the Ogeechee River and the animals that live in it. The $1 million, more than... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
Waste-eating sharks and body heat harvesters: the best green innovations of the weeka common resting place strapped around wrists. While carbon trackers are beginn
Waste-eating sharks and body heat harvesters: the best green innovations of the week
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 5 days ago
a common resting place strapped around wrists. While carbon trackers are beginning to make waves, the North Carolina State University has gone one step further for those trying to create a low-carbon lifestyle. The University has developed new... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Experts receive $5.2 million NIH grant to develop affordable test for diagnosing Chagas diseaseAn international team of researchers led by infectious disease experts at the U
Experts receive $5.2 million NIH grant to develop affordable test for diagnosing Chagas disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 days ago
An international team of researchers led by infectious disease experts at the University of Georgia has received $5.2 million from the National Institutes of Health to develop a more accurate, affordable diagnostic test for Chagas disease, a... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
The highest paid public employee in every stateComen, Thomas C. Frohlich and Michael B. Sauter, 24/7 Wall St. Nick Saban, hea
The highest paid public employee in every state
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 6 days ago
Comen, Thomas C. Frohlich and Michael B. Sauter, 24/7 Wall St. Nick Saban, head coach of the men’s football team at the University of Alabama, is paid more than $7 million annually. He is the highest paid employee of all U.S. workers employed by... Read more
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Corpus Christi Caller-Times
The highest paid public employee in every stateComen, Thomas C. Frohlich and Michael B. Sauter, 24/7 Wall St. Nick Saban, hea
The highest paid public employee in every state
Corpus Christi Caller-Times / Posted 6 days ago
Comen, Thomas C. Frohlich and Michael B. Sauter, 24/7 Wall St. Nick Saban, head coach of the men’s football team at the University of Alabama, is paid more than $7 million annually. He is the highest paid employee of all U.S. workers employed by... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
The highest paid public employee in every stateComen, Thomas C. Frohlich and Michael B. Sauter, 24/7 Wall St. Nick Saban, hea
The highest paid public employee in every state
The Record Searchlight / Posted 7 days ago
Comen, Thomas C. Frohlich and Michael B. Sauter, 24/7 Wall St. Nick Saban, head coach of the men’s football team at the University of Alabama, is paid more than $7 million annually. He is the highest paid employee of all U.S. workers employed by... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Mad Minute stories from Tuesday, September 20thRICA, Ga. (AP) - City leaders in a west Georgia town are casting a wide net, ho
Mad Minute stories from Tuesday, September 20th
KHQ Spokane / Posted 7 days ago
RICA, Ga. (AP) - City leaders in a west Georgia town are casting a wide net, hoping to catch a group of fish thieves suspected of making off with six to eight Koi... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
UAMS Chancellor Rahn to retire in July 2017University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Chancellor Dr. Dan Rahn said Monday
UAMS Chancellor Rahn to retire in July 2017
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Chancellor Dr. Dan Rahn said Monday that he will retire from the post next summer, giving officials 10 months to find the next chief of a public education-and-health care system with a $1.5 billion annual... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
UAMS chancellor to retire in 2017LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The chancellor of the University of Arkansas for Medic
UAMS chancellor to retire in 2017
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 8 days ago
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The chancellor of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences says he's retiring next year after several years heading the state's medical school and its largest public employer. Dr. Dan Rahn announced Monday he's... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
UAMS chancellor announces he will retire next yearUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Chancellor Dr. Dan W. Rahn will ret
UAMS chancellor announces he will retire next year
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Chancellor Dr. Dan W. Rahn will retire next summer after leading the university for more than six years, he said Monday. In a statement, the state’s only academic health sciences university said Rahn, who... Read more
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Arkansas Business
UAMS Chancellor Dan Rahn Will Retire July 31University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Chancellor Dan Rahn said Monday tha
UAMS Chancellor Dan Rahn Will Retire July 31
Arkansas Business / Posted 9 days ago
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Chancellor Dan Rahn said Monday that he'll retire July 31. Rahn, 66, became chancellor of UAMS on Nov. 1, 2009. During his tenure, the state's only academic health sciences university has expanded its... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Veterans embrace alternative therapies for PTSDATLANTA — Thomas Harris slid into the cool, salty water of a 6.3 million-gallon
Veterans embrace alternative therapies for PTSD
The Seattle Times / Posted 10 days ago
ATLANTA — Thomas Harris slid into the cool, salty water of a 6.3 million-gallon tank at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta and let himself float limp as kelp. Harris, a former Army medic, gazed through a diving mask at a manta ray the size of a hang... Read more
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PhysOrg
Study reveals soil influence on well water manganese levels1 million southeastern Piedmont residents have high levels of manganese in thei
Study reveals soil influence on well water manganese levels
PhysOrg / Posted 14 days ago
1 million southeastern Piedmont residents have high levels of manganese in their well water. Credit: North Carolina State University Utilizing a wide range of analytic tools, researchers at North Carolina State University have figured out why... Read more
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PhysOrg
Rabies could spread to Peru's coast by 2020not occur—within four years, according to a paper published this week in the jo
Rabies could spread to Peru's coast by 2020
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
not occur—within four years, according to a paper published this week in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Researchers reported that the vector-borne virus, which is moving at a rate of 10 miles per year, is likely being... Read more
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Reuters
Why so many red states are turning blueof education. They represented two intensely competitive elites that have been
Why so many red states are turning blue
Reuters / Posted 16 days ago
of education. They represented two intensely competitive elites that have been at war for decades. Both attended Harvard University, which is in the business of producing elites. Democrats have been worrying about their party's weakness with... Read more
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Providence Business News
EpiVax wins $600K SBIR grantPROVIDENCE – EpiVax Inc. has received a $600,000 grant from the National Instit
EpiVax wins $600K SBIR grant
Providence Business News / Posted 16 days ago
PROVIDENCE – EpiVax Inc. has received a $600,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health through the Small Business Innovation Research program to improve a vaccine for the H7N9 avian influenza virus. Vaccine development will be directed by Dr.... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Research alliance adds 4 scientists in state to rosterTwo researchers at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and two from
Research alliance adds 4 scientists in state to roster
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 19 days ago
Two researchers at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and two from the National Center for Toxicological Research were added Thursday to a growing list of scientists aligned with the Arkansas Research Alliance. The selection of the four... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Licensing logjam for California nursesnurses to care for an aging population, license delays have plagued nursing boa
Licensing logjam for California nurses
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 22 days ago
nurses to care for an aging population, license delays have plagued nursing boards across the nation in recent years - in Georgia, Maryland and, more recently, Ohio, where thousands were reportedly waiting on backlogged license applications as of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Social status and measuring reproductive success in the modern nonindustrial manCredit: George Hodan/public domain (Phys.org)—A pair of researchers, one with t
Social status and measuring reproductive success in the modern nonindustrial man
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
Credit: George Hodan/public domain (Phys.org)—A pair of researchers, one with the University of Richmond in Virginia, the other Emory University in Georgia, has found that the reproductive success of the modern nonindustrialized man correlates with... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Send children back to school with nutritiously packed lunchhomemade lunches for your child this school year. The key is to keep lunches si
Send children back to school with nutritiously packed lunch
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
homemade lunches for your child this school year. The key is to keep lunches simple and plan ahead. Connie Crawley, a University of Georgia Cooperative Extension health and nutrition specialist, recommends including a source of protein, grain,... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Near Peers guide seniors to post-secondary educationa pilot program that is a partnership with Savannah Graduates, Savannah-Chatham
Near Peers guide seniors to post-secondary education
Savannah Morning News / Posted 24 days ago
a pilot program that is a partnership with Savannah Graduates, Savannah-Chatham County School System, Armstrong State University, Savannah State University and Savannah Technical College. Students from Jenkins, Groves and Windsor Forest high... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers working to find faster way to treat sleeping sickness using oral drugsResearchers at the University of Georgia are working to find the fastest way po
Researchers working to find faster way to treat sleeping sickness using oral drugs
News-Medical-Net / Posted 28 days ago
Researchers at the University of Georgia are working to find the fastest way possible to treat and cure human African trypanosomiasis, long referred to as sleeping sickness. By working to improve chemical entities already tested in human clinical... Read more
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ajc.com
Does your college major even exist anymore? Georgia revamps...The University System of Georgia approved a slew of additions, deletions and ch
Does your college major even exist anymore? Georgia revamps...
ajc.com / Posted 1 months ago
The University System of Georgia approved a slew of additions, deletions and changes to dozens of majors at universities throughout the state. Universities ranging from Coastal Pines Technical College to the University of Georgia have been affected... Read more

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