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The Toledo Blade
Coalition backs investment in Ohio water quality improvementstoday backed the idea of borrowing $100 million a year to invest in efforts to
Coalition backs investment in Ohio water quality improvements
The Toledo Blade / Posted yesterday
today backed the idea of borrowing $100 million a year to invest in efforts to improve water quality in the state. The Healthy Water Ohio coalition — consisting of representatives of agriculture, higher education, the fertilizer industry, local... Read more
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The Alpena News
Alcona teachers, students look forward to school yeartechnology, engineering and math interactive station. STEM instructor Gail Gom
Alcona teachers, students look forward to school year
The Alpena News / Posted 2 days ago
technology, engineering and math interactive station. STEM instructor Gail Gombos and educator Tracy D'Augustino with Michigan State University Extension brought hands-on science experiments and a sneak peak of the monarch caterpillars the... Read more
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MedCity News
The Time And Money To Find Healthbusiness that might offset the growth of the sickness industry that we call ‘he
The Time And Money To Find Health
MedCity News / Posted 4 days ago
business that might offset the growth of the sickness industry that we call ‘health care’? No one really knows but in Michigan the Chelsea-Area Wellness Foundation has a cool US$25m to experiment with. I was lucky enough to speak with its... Read more
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Deseret News
There's more to why Americans don't save than market volatilitywarnings for investors to steady their nerves. “I know too many 70-year-olds w
There's more to why Americans don't save than market volatility
Deseret News / Posted 5 days ago
warnings for investors to steady their nerves. “I know too many 70-year-olds who sold all of their stocks in 2009 and are healthy enough to live to 100. They’d be going on a lot more vacations now and be worrying less about long-term care if they... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Visionary Arkansans 2015from his Austin years, the country singer and Texas personality Kinky Friedman,
Visionary Arkansans 2015
Arkansas Times / Posted 9 days ago
from his Austin years, the country singer and Texas personality Kinky Friedman, as a celebrity board member. Friedman plays fundraisers for Wing Spur and has committed to make future appearances in support of the project and to do whatever else is... Read more
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Japan Today
New study of MBA applicants reveals aims and aspirations of future business leaders ‹ Japan Todayby Finance & Banking (32.4%). The third most popular sector is Technology (26.9
New study of MBA applicants reveals aims and aspirations of future business leaders ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 9 days ago
by Finance & Banking (32.4%). The third most popular sector is Technology (26.9%) which over the past few years developed a healthy appetite for the MBA holders. Digital giants such as Amazon have become leading MBA recruiters. 94.4% of applicants... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
WBTV Blogsimpressive I was shocked mostly with the way the young ladies handled a couple
WBTV Blogs
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 11 days ago
impressive I was shocked mostly with the way the young ladies handled a couple of defensive situations with perfect fundamentals that would make some Major League Baseball players a little jealous.More >> I was shocked mostly with the way... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Coronation Street could help with cancer cure for brave little Anyachemo drug before having a further operation to remove the tumour. She was hoo
Coronation Street could help with cancer cure for brave little Anya
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
chemo drug before having a further operation to remove the tumour. She was hooked up to a machine that harvested her healthy stem cells before she was blasted with high-dose chemotherapy to kill the cancerous cells in her blood and bone... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorialstry again — on roads. There is plenty of blame to go around in the latest coll
A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorials
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
try again — on roads. There is plenty of blame to go around in the latest collapse of negotiations in Lansing on a road funding deal, but a large piece of it falls on an unexpected party: Gov. Rick Snyder. The governor has been the biggest... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorialstry again — on roads. There is plenty of blame to go around in the latest coll
A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorials
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 11 days ago
try again — on roads. There is plenty of blame to go around in the latest collapse of negotiations in Lansing on a road funding deal, but a large piece of it falls on an unexpected party: Gov. Rick Snyder. The governor has been the biggest... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
St. Joseph Mercy projects aim for healthier communitythe answer is both. And efforts by the St. Joseph Mercy Health System show the
St. Joseph Mercy projects aim for healthier community
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 12 days ago
the answer is both. And efforts by the St. Joseph Mercy Health System show the system is doubling down on its funding for community improvement projects — with an eye on the bottom line, government mandates and a commitment to local... Read more
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Grand Haven Tribune
OCCHIPINTI: A water strategy for the next generationIf you said no, you would be incorrect. For many decades, both the Michigan Nat
OCCHIPINTI: A water strategy for the next generation
Grand Haven Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
If you said no, you would be incorrect. For many decades, both the Michigan Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act and the Federal Clean Water Act have made those goals the law of the land. Earlier this summer, the state published a... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Check This Out - Full Horizontals onlyactive, over 50? You may be at higher risk for problem drinking Are you over 5
Check This Out - Full Horizontals only
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 15 days ago
active, over 50? You may be at higher risk for problem drinking Are you over 50, making a good income, physically healthy and active? A new British study suggests you might need to be wary of one potential downside: a higher risk for... Read more
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Lifehacker
Nine Things You Should and Shouldn't Do If You Lose Your Jobwhy she deserved three months, instead of two weeks, of severance. The end resu
Nine Things You Should and Shouldn't Do If You Lose Your Job
Lifehacker / Posted 15 days ago
why she deserved three months, instead of two weeks, of severance. The end result? An extra $15,000 in her emergency fund while hunting for a new job.Do: Accept Your Situation Stave off panic by stepping back and taking stock of your own... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
New Economy Initiative works to make sure its network survivesEGNER, JIM BOYLE, NEW ECONOMY INITIATIVE The Detroit-based New Economy Initiat
New Economy Initiative works to make sure its network survives
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 19 days ago
EGNER, JIM BOYLE, NEW ECONOMY INITIATIVE The Detroit-based New Economy Initiative is in its seventh year. Its role is to fund the nonprofit organizations that support entrepreneurship, small-business growth and innovation for both grassroots and... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
This app finds and vets the charity. You write the (virtual) check.that have been vetted—the list includes more than 100 nonprofits, but is growin
This app finds and vets the charity. You write the (virtual) check.
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 22 days ago
that have been vetted—the list includes more than 100 nonprofits, but is growing. “We make sure that they're financially healthy,” Lee says. “We want to stay away from nonprofits that don't have their missions very clear. ... Our goal is to... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New research could help develop precision medicine for primary aldosteronismthis form of hypertension can inflict even more damage than other forms of high
New research could help develop precision medicine for primary aldosteronism
News-Medical-Net / Posted 22 days ago
this form of hypertension can inflict even more damage than other forms of high blood pressure. The new University of Michigan research could aid the search for tools to precisely target the condition, called primary aldosteronism or PA. Right... Read more
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Newswise
Adrenals Run Amok: Discovery Could Aid Precision Medicine for High Blood Pressurethis form of hypertension can inflict even more damage than other forms of high
Adrenals Run Amok: Discovery Could Aid Precision Medicine for High Blood Pressure
Newswise / Posted 23 days ago
this form of hypertension can inflict even more damage than other forms of high blood pressure. The new University of Michigan research could aid the search for tools to precisely target the condition, called primary aldosteronism or PA. Right... Read more
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Mashable
How Eric Greenberg became a once (and future?) Internet billionairesays is maybe worth $70,000 now.Salesman by trade Greenberg left home just aft
How Eric Greenberg became a once (and future?) Internet billionaire
Mashable / Posted 26 days ago
says is maybe worth $70,000 now.Salesman by trade Greenberg left home just after turning 17, heading to the University of Michigan. He’d only make it two years in Michigan before the recession of the early 1980s caused the university to raise... Read more
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MLive.com
Volunteers, feds still sending help a year after Metro Detroit floodsin Detroit on Friday to announce $8.9 million in aid from the Community Develop
Volunteers, feds still sending help a year after Metro Detroit floods
MLive.com / Posted 28 days ago
in Detroit on Friday to announce $8.9 million in aid from the Community Development Block Grant Declared Disaster Recovery Fund. The money will go toward building green infrastructure in Detroit neighborhoods to help prevent future flooding, the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Capital Impact Partners provides $27.5 million in financing to support underserved communitiessecond quarter of 2015. These projects are expected to increase access to healt
Capital Impact Partners provides $27.5 million in financing to support underserved communities
News-Medical-Net / Posted a month ago
second quarter of 2015. These projects are expected to increase access to health care services, dignified aging options, healthy food, and education for low-income people in seven states, while also creating nearly 250 jobs. "From Michigan to... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
Breastfeeding mothers should get paid leaverespiratory tract diseases than non-breastfed infants. The World Health Organi
Breastfeeding mothers should get paid leave
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
respiratory tract diseases than non-breastfed infants. The World Health Organization (WHO), United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and the US Healthy People 2010 & 2020 Goals recommend exclusive breastfeeding until a child reaches six months... Read more
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MLive.com
'I have a passion I get to do every day,' says founder of cancer non-profitfound himself without health insurance and was told he had nine months to live.
'I have a passion I get to do every day,' says founder of cancer non-profit
MLive.com / Posted 1 months ago
found himself without health insurance and was told he had nine months to live. So, once he overcame the cancer and became healthy again, he used his new-found motivation to form his own. "I overheard a lot of people in waiting rooms when I was... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Flashpoint: Experts talk right to work, Donald TrumpCOMPANY PARK DEAL APPROVED AND RIGHT TO WORK UPHELD. WE'LL TALK ABOUT IT WITH T
Flashpoint: Experts talk right to work, Donald Trump
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 1 months ago
COMPANY PARK DEAL APPROVED AND RIGHT TO WORK UPHELD. WE'LL TALK ABOUT IT WITH THE ROUND TABLE. RISING FRUSTRATION WITH MICHIGAN ROADS AND LANSING LAWMAKERS. TODAY IS SUNDAY, AUGUST 2ND, 2015. AND THIS IS FLASH POINT. ALL RIGHT, WELCOME TO FLASH... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
‘Let’s Make it Work’respiratory tract diseases than non-breastfed infants. The World Health Organi
‘Let’s Make it Work’
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
respiratory tract diseases than non-breastfed infants. The World Health Organization (WHO), United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and the US Healthy People 2010 & 2020 Goals recommend exclusive breastfeeding until a child reaches six months... Read more
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Washington Post
Desiring a streetcar named revivalwas shuttered during a recent lunch hour. “Ca$h City,” its sign hollered. If o
Desiring a streetcar named revival
Washington Post / Posted 1 months ago
was shuttered during a recent lunch hour. “Ca$h City,” its sign hollered. If only. More than half of the rail project is funded by private or philanthropic backers, including the billionaires Dan Gilbert, who founded Quicken Loans and owns 75... Read more
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Washington Post
Detroit hopes streetcar project can help fuel its renaissancewas shuttered during a recent lunch hour. “Ca$h City,” its sign hollered. If o
Detroit hopes streetcar project can help fuel its renaissance
Washington Post / Posted 1 months ago
was shuttered during a recent lunch hour. “Ca$h City,” its sign hollered. If only. More than half of the rail project is funded by private or philanthropic backers, including the billionaires Dan Gilbert, who founded Quicken Loans and owns 75... Read more
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TheStreet.com
July 31 Premarket Briefingretreated 1.13%. 2. -- The economic calendar in the U.S. on Friday includes Ch
July 31 Premarket Briefing
TheStreet.com / Posted 1 months ago
retreated 1.13%. 2. -- The economic calendar in the U.S. on Friday includes Chicago PMI at 9:45 a.m. and University of Michigan consumer sentiment numbers at 10 a.m. 4. -- The International Monetary Fund may not be taking part in Greece's... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Do only sadists kill for fun? A debate about the ethics and aesthetics of huntingresponse most people will have to issues such as hunting by evoking the image o
Do only sadists kill for fun? A debate about the ethics and aesthetics of hunting
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
response most people will have to issues such as hunting by evoking the image of "cute" species. Typical of this is a fund raising letter from your own source, the "Committee to Abolish Sport Hunting" which states "Bambi and Yogi the Bear are... Read more
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The New Statesman
The God quest: why humans long for immortalitysuch as “telomere extension” and “immune regulation”. This is distressing to se
The God quest: why humans long for immortality
The New Statesman / Posted 1 months ago
such as “telomere extension” and “immune regulation”. This is distressing to serious biogerontologists, who worry that funding of their careful work on age-related disease and infirmity will seem boring in comparison to supporting folks who... Read more

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