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11 News Houston
FSU study: Apollo astronauts had more heart diseaseApollo program suffered from cardiovascular problems, according to a just-relea
FSU study: Apollo astronauts had more heart disease
11 News Houston / Posted yesterday
Apollo program suffered from cardiovascular problems, according to a just-released study led by a Florida State University professor and a team of researchers. The study on the death of the astronauts was conducted by Professor Michael... Read more
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FOX 41 Louisville
Ramsey's Louisville tenure should be remembered for more than its endRamsey woke up Wednesday morning, I don't think he believed he was getting read
Ramsey's Louisville tenure should be remembered for more than its end
FOX 41 Louisville / Posted yesterday
Ramsey woke up Wednesday morning, I don't think he believed he was getting ready to spend his final day as president of the University of Louisville. He attended an ice cream social on the Health Sciences campus. He taught an economics class. At... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
America's school lunch makeover starting to make positive changes in students' eating habitsIt’s been four years since America’s lunchrooms launched a health-conscious mak
America's school lunch makeover starting to make positive changes in students' eating habits
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 3 days ago
It’s been four years since America’s lunchrooms launched a health-conscious makeover. With less salt, more whole grains and more fresh fruits and vegetables on the menu, new school lunches were aimed at building better eating habits, and it may be... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
The Earth is greening! The Earth is greening!plant growth observed in the satellite data," co-­author Ranga Myneni of the De
The Earth is greening! The Earth is greening!
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
plant growth observed in the satellite data," co-­author Ranga Myneni of the Department of Earth and Environment at Boston University said. Burning oil, gas, coal, and wood for energy releases CO2 into the air, Myneni said, and the amount of CO2... Read more
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The Buffalo News
43North contest is down to 142 semi-finalistson Oct. 26-27. Here is the list of semifinalists and their home towns. 8 Beat
43North contest is down to 142 semi-finalists
The Buffalo News / Posted 4 days ago
on Oct. 26-27. Here is the list of semifinalists and their home towns. 8 Beat Co. Ltd. – Seoul, South Korea Abcombi Biosciences Inc. – Buffalo AccuTheranostics Inc – Buffalo Admetsys – Boston, Mass. Andromium – San Francisco,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientists receive grant to examine brain mechanisms underlying social stress in males and femalesThe Center for Behavioral Neuroscience (CBN) at Georgia State University has re
Scientists receive grant to examine brain mechanisms underlying social stress in males and females
News-Medical-Net / Posted 7 days ago
The Center for Behavioral Neuroscience (CBN) at Georgia State University has received a five-year, $3.2 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to investigate the neurochemical mechanisms underlying social stress in males and... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
MaryEllen Locher Foundation Awards ScholarshipsMaryEllen Locher Foundation has awarded 41 college scholarships for the upcomin
MaryEllen Locher Foundation Awards Scholarships
The Chattanoogan / Posted 8 days ago
MaryEllen Locher Foundation has awarded 41 college scholarships for the upcoming academic year to Chattanooga and North Georgia students representing 21 high schools in the region. The foundation is a college scholarship program for children... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Blue Angels select 3 Virginia Beach-based officers for 2017 air show seasonat Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia Beach. Scott, a Danville, California n
Blue Angels select 3 Virginia Beach-based officers for 2017 air show season
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 8 days ago
at Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia Beach. Scott, a Danville, California native, is a 2007 graduate of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Navy Lt. Juan Guerra, 31, was selected to be the Flight Surgeon. The Ocala,... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Killeen: Diversity not 'driving factor' in hiring of Chancellor Robert JonesUpdate 2 p.m. Robert Jones is the first African-American to hold the position
Killeen: Diversity not 'driving factor' in hiring of Chancellor Robert Jones
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
Update 2 p.m. Robert Jones is the first African-American to hold the position of University of Illinois chancellor since the post was created nearly 50 years ago, but that wasn’t the “driving factor” in the decision, President Tim Killeen told the... Read more
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Psych Central
Early Retirees’ Insurance Loss Can Harm Mental & Physical HealthNew research suggests quitting work to improve your health may not be such a go
Early Retirees’ Insurance Loss Can Harm Mental & Physical Health
Psych Central / Posted 10 days ago
New research suggests quitting work to improve your health may not be such a good idea. Although taking an early retirement has traditionally been associated with leaving a high stress work environment to relax and enjoy the better aspects of life,... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
Blue Angels Announce 2017 Officersto Training Squadron TWO-TWO (VT-22), the "Golden Eagles," at NAS Kingsville, T
Blue Angels Announce 2017 Officers
The Aero-News Network / Posted 10 days ago
to Training Squadron TWO-TWO (VT-22), the "Golden Eagles," at NAS Kingsville, Texas. He is a 2007 graduate of Kansas State University, Salina, Kansas. Navy Lt. Damon Kroes, 34, of Fremont, California, is an F/A-18 Hornet Instructor Pilot currently... Read more
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Philly.com
Business People on the Move: Vanguard hires general counsel and managing directordivision. She had been managing director and general counsel, global cards and
Business People on the Move: Vanguard hires general counsel and managing director
Philly.com / Posted 11 days ago
division. She had been managing director and general counsel, global cards and consumer services, at Citi. Tandigm Health, a West Conshohocken start-up designed to help primary-care doctors manage costs and improve care in Southeastern... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Final day of ceremonies for the UEA’s 2011 graduationssend a link to this page you must be logged in. During this week more than 4,1
Final day of ceremonies for the UEA’s 2011 graduations
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 14 days ago
send a link to this page you must be logged in. During this week more than 4,100 people are graduating from the University of East Anglia. Today’s ceremonies will see undergraduates and postgraduates graduating from the School of... Read more
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SiliconANGLE
Machine learning reveals undiscovered Ebola-carrying batsoutbreak of Ebola occurred just two years ago, in West Africa in 2014, where 11
Machine learning reveals undiscovered Ebola-carrying bats
SiliconANGLE / Posted 14 days ago
outbreak of Ebola occurred just two years ago, in West Africa in 2014, where 11,310 people died from the disease, the World Health Organization says. In that particular outbreak it’s believed the infection originally stemmed from bats, which are... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Good For You: Liz Culler receives Diggs Awarddonor recruitment efforts." Blood Assurance is a nonprofit regional blood cent
Good For You: Liz Culler receives Diggs Award
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 15 days ago
donor recruitment efforts." Blood Assurance is a nonprofit regional blood center serving 51 counties and more than 75 health-care facilities in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina and Virginia. Sigma Gamma Rho scholarships The Gamma... Read more
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The Register
Computers vs Ebola: Scientists use big data to predict future disease hotspotsfrom an infected person. The last Ebola outbreak happened in 2014 and resulted
Computers vs Ebola: Scientists use big data to predict future disease hotspots
The Register / Posted 15 days ago
from an infected person. The last Ebola outbreak happened in 2014 and resulted in 11,310 deaths, according to the World Health Organisation. Bats are the primary suspects for spreading the disease. It was reported that the first case of the... Read more
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Ventura County Star
Bravo: Local residents receive recognitionan associate degree in 2011 from Oxnard College.Graduated Kayla Kaltenecker, o
Bravo: Local residents receive recognition
Ventura County Star / Posted 17 days ago
an associate degree in 2011 from Oxnard College.Graduated Kayla Kaltenecker, of Westlake Village, graduated from Miami University. She received a bachelor of arts degree in economics. She earned cum laude honors. Cecilia Trujillo, of Simi... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Local students earn degrees

The following local students have earned degrees at various schools:

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Local students earn degrees
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 18 days ago

The following local students have earned degrees at various schools:

North Greenville University

Kelsey Elizabeth Crow, Bachelor of Science, Health Promotion and Wellness; Joshua Tyler Lamb, Bachelor of Arts, Youth Ministry;... Read more

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Athens Banner-Herald
Weekly calendar of events around AthensFree. (706) 613-3650, www.athenslibrary.org/athens Adult Nutrition Class: Noon
Weekly calendar of events around Athens
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Free. (706) 613-3650, www.athenslibrary.org/athens Adult Nutrition Class: Noon, Madison County Library, Danielsville, 1315 Georgia Highway 98, Danielsville. Free. (706) 795-5597, madcolib@yahoo.com, www.athenslibrary.org/madison Alcoholics... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
School NotesACHIEVEMENTS •Serena Mitaly, of Fairborn, was recently named to the 2016 sprin
School Notes
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 21 days ago
ACHIEVEMENTS •Serena Mitaly, of Fairborn, was recently named to the 2016 spring president’s list at Western New England University. Mitaly is working toward a degree in pre-pharmacy. •Cole Taylor, of Springfield, recently earned the distinction... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Parkridge Health System Welcomes Director of Marketing Agnes RichmondParkridge Health System has named Agnes Richmond, MHS, as director of marketing
Parkridge Health System Welcomes Director of Marketing Agnes Richmond
The Chattanoogan / Posted 23 days ago
Parkridge Health System has named Agnes Richmond, MHS, as director of marketing. Mrs. Richmond, a health care marketer with over 30 years of professional experience, will be developing and implementing the overall Parkridge marketing strategy,... Read more
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Perth Now
You’ve ‘probably’ eaten cloned meatcloning of Dolly has been on animal cloning in the United States,” said Aaron L
You’ve ‘probably’ eaten cloned meat
Perth Now / Posted 25 days ago
cloning of Dolly has been on animal cloning in the United States,” said Aaron Levine, an expert in bioethics and cloning at Georgia Tech. In 2008, the US Food and Drug Administration concluded that “food from cattle, swine and goat clones is as... Read more
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Herald Sun
You’ve ‘probably’ eaten cloned meatcloning of Dolly has been on animal cloning in the United States,” said Aaron L
You’ve ‘probably’ eaten cloned meat
Herald Sun / Posted 25 days ago
cloning of Dolly has been on animal cloning in the United States,” said Aaron Levine, an expert in bioethics and cloning at Georgia Tech. In 2008, the US Food and Drug Administration concluded that “food from cattle, swine and goat clones is as... Read more
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News.com.au
Think you’ve never tried cloned meat? Think againcloning of Dolly has been on animal cloning in the United States,” said Aaron L
Think you’ve never tried cloned meat? Think again
News.com.au / Posted 25 days ago
cloning of Dolly has been on animal cloning in the United States,” said Aaron Levine, an expert in bioethics and cloning at Georgia Tech. In 2008, the US Food and Drug Administration concluded that “food from cattle, swine and goat clones is as... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
You’ve ‘probably’ eaten cloned meatcloning of Dolly has been on animal cloning in the United States,” said Aaron L
You’ve ‘probably’ eaten cloned meat
Daily Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
cloning of Dolly has been on animal cloning in the United States,” said Aaron Levine, an expert in bioethics and cloning at Georgia Tech. In 2008, the US Food and Drug Administration concluded that “food from cattle, swine and goat clones is as... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Higher-ed looking at new-rule upshotEight months on the job and the clock is ticking for Gwendolyn Carter, a postdo
Higher-ed looking at new-rule upshot
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 26 days ago
Eight months on the job and the clock is ticking for Gwendolyn Carter, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. It's her first job since earning her doctorate. The unwritten rule for junior scientists like Carter... Read more
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The Advocate
Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette area People in Business for July 3, 2016affairs manager, leading government affairs efforts for the Gulf Coast region,
Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette area People in Business for July 3, 2016
The Advocate / Posted 28 days ago
affairs manager, leading government affairs efforts for the Gulf Coast region, including Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida and South Carolina. He will be based at BASF’s Geismar site. Foster was global head of industry relations... Read more
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North Augusta Today
8 receive SRR Family Scholarshipsclassical studies. • Emma Wapshott, daughter of SRR employee Dave Wap­shott an
8 receive SRR Family Scholarships
North Augusta Today / Posted 30 days ago
classical studies. • Emma Wapshott, daughter of SRR employee Dave Wap­shott and Tammy Wap­shott. Emma will be entering the University of South Carolina, where she will major in nursing. • Holly Fulmer, daughter of SRR employee Jenny Fulmer and... Read more
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Slate
Pathbreaking Study Shows Researchers Don’t Publish Enough Pathbreaking StudiesAkerlof’s paper “The Market for ‘Lemons’ ” was published, it’s become one of th
Pathbreaking Study Shows Researchers Don’t Publish Enough Pathbreaking Studies
Slate / Posted a month ago
Akerlof’s paper “The Market for ‘Lemons’ ” was published, it’s become one of the most frequently cited papers in the social sciences. But in the 1960s, Akerlof was just another young assistant professor trying to get his rather unorthodox paper on... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
University of Ulster graduations June 27, 2016 - full list of results 'Medical miracle' earns degree after hospital bed exams Megan Boyd will grad
University of Ulster graduations June 27, 2016 - full list of results
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
'Medical miracle' earns degree after hospital bed exams Megan Boyd will graduate today from Ulster University A Cookstown woman hailed a "medical miracle" by doctors will be one... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Archaeology tour of Ossabaw joins civilians, scientistsmet early Saturday morning to journey to the secluded and exclusive Ossabaw Isl
Archaeology tour of Ossabaw joins civilians, scientists
Savannah Morning News / Posted 1 months ago
met early Saturday morning to journey to the secluded and exclusive Ossabaw Island, hoping to help a student team from the University of Georgia unearth artifacts left behind by the island’s natives — some potentially dating back 4,000 years. By... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Spotted eagle ray researchers hope release sheds light on species2009 Tagged and released 500+ spotted eagle rays for research Biologists say
Spotted eagle ray researchers hope release sheds light on species
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 1 months ago
2009 Tagged and released 500+ spotted eagle rays for research Biologists say rays are a good indicator of ecosystems' health On June 21, scientists released two spotted eagle rays off Longboat Key after fitting them with acoustic tags in an... Read more
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McCook Daily Gazette
Tri Valley Medical Foundation awards scholarships to local medical studentsinstructors. "The educational goals of the students are exciting," Langley said
Tri Valley Medical Foundation awards scholarships to local medical students
McCook Daily Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
instructors. "The educational goals of the students are exciting," Langley said, "making it look like a bright future for healthcare!" Since the inception of the scholarship program, over $971,750 has been awarded. Tri Valley Medical Foundation... Read more

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