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KGTV San Diego
Woman awarded $55M in lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson over talcum powderThe National Toxicology Program, made up of parts of several different governme
Woman awarded $55M in lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson over talcum powder
KGTV San Diego / Posted 2 minutes ago
The National Toxicology Program, made up of parts of several different government agencies, including the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration, has not fully... Read more
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WA Today
Why the super crackdown could add fuel to the housing affordability firemore attractive. "There'll be a bit of that but it's not a big deal, most of t
Why the super crackdown could add fuel to the housing affordability fire
WA Today / Posted 4 minutes ago
more attractive. "There'll be a bit of that but it's not a big deal, most of the money will stay in super," Grattan Institute chief executive John Daley said from inside the budget lockup. "Anyone with more than $1.6 million in their super... Read more
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Unicef
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom visits conflict-hit Ukraine to highlight the importance of education in emergenciestheir futures.” Education Cannot Wait - proposing a fund for education in emer
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom visits conflict-hit Ukraine to highlight the importance of education in emergencies
Unicef / Posted 4 minutes ago
their futures.” Education Cannot Wait - proposing a fund for education in emergencies, written by the Overseas Development Institute and commissioned by a range of partners including UNICEF, reveals that nearly one in six – or 75 million – children... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Govt ramps up firepower over tax avoidanceto avoid paying taxes in Australia. 'The belief is there is still a lot of inc
Govt ramps up firepower over tax avoidance
Sky News Australia / Posted 4 minutes ago
to avoid paying taxes in Australia. 'The belief is there is still a lot of income tax revenue that can be recovered,' Tax Institute President Arthur Athanasiou said. 'The new rules suggest Australian taxpayers have had enough of companies trying... Read more
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11 News Houston
Donations for toddler's burial stolen from pizzeriadied at the Women's Hospital of Texas in the Medical Center after battling an i
Donations for toddler's burial stolen from pizzeria
11 News Houston / Posted 5 minutes ago
died at the Women's Hospital of Texas in the Medical Center after battling an illness for two weeks. The Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences says an autopsy was not done on the little boy. McCool used to work at the pizza restaurant,... Read more
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NBC Connecticut
Officials Address Delays in Chip Card Rolloutincluded the Electronic Transactions Association, Merchant Advisory Group, Cons
Officials Address Delays in Chip Card Rollout
NBC Connecticut / Posted 12 minutes ago
included the Electronic Transactions Association, Merchant Advisory Group, Consumer Policy Solutions and American Consumer Institute Center for Citizen Research, alongside White House adviser Camille Fischer of the National Economic Council. All... Read more
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Zero Hedge
It's About To Get Crazy Again - North Dakota Official Exalts Oil Boom "Is Coming Back With A Rush"region are preparing for the next spike. Ken Callahan, president of the Willis
It's About To Get Crazy Again - North Dakota Official Exalts Oil Boom "Is Coming Back With A Rush"
Zero Hedge / Posted 13 minutes ago
region are preparing for the next spike. Ken Callahan, president of the Williston Basin chapter of the American Petroleum Institute, said the community won’t be playing catch-up when activity ramps up again. Williston is the main hub for oil... Read more
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CBS 19 Tyler
Second study says medical errors third-leading cause of death in U.S.many mistakes in hospitals actually caused deaths has been the subject of debat
Second study says medical errors third-leading cause of death in U.S.
CBS 19 Tyler / Posted 15 minutes ago
many mistakes in hospitals actually caused deaths has been the subject of debate since the National Academy of Science's Institute of Medicine first estimated in 1999 that up to 98,000 are attributable to medical mistakes. In 2010, the... Read more
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express
Brexit campaigners OUTRAGED as German push for EU army uncoveredcalled the EU drive for closer military co-operation a "vanity project". In a
Brexit campaigners OUTRAGED as German push for EU army uncovered
express / Posted 18 minutes ago
called the EU drive for closer military co-operation a "vanity project". In a speech at the Royal United Services Institute, the senior Tory also hit out at other EU nations for failing to match the British commitment to spend at least 2%... Read more
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KMBC-TV Kansas City
Decision to shelve KCI changes for now draws mixed reactionthat you go to where everything is combined, you walk forever and then you have
Decision to shelve KCI changes for now draws mixed reaction
KMBC-TV Kansas City / Posted 22 minutes ago
that you go to where everything is combined, you walk forever and then you have to go and get your baggage.” The Show-Me Institute, a conservative group that has rallied against the airport renovations, said the city’s announcement was an... Read more
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Yonhap News Agency
S. Korea's nuclear armament would make U.S. safer: expertKorean expert claimed Tuesday. Cheong Seong-chang, senior research fellow at t
S. Korea's nuclear armament would make U.S. safer: expert
Yonhap News Agency / Posted 23 minutes ago
Korean expert claimed Tuesday. Cheong Seong-chang, senior research fellow at the state-run South Korean think tank Sejong Institute, made the case during a seminar at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, calling for immediate... Read more
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Western Advocate
The wish list: Council's $210m budgetfunding to the tune of $150,000. Other items that come in over the half millio
The wish list: Council's $210m budget
Western Advocate / Posted 25 minutes ago
funding to the tune of $150,000. Other items that come in over the half million dollar mark include work on the Railway Institute Building ($562,000), aerodrome boundary fencing ($550,000), extension of the aircraft parking apron at the airport... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Google given access to healthcare data of up to 1.6 million patientsis run through a smartphone app, has the support of Lord Darzi, a surgeon and f
Google given access to healthcare data of up to 1.6 million patients
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 27 minutes ago
is run through a smartphone app, has the support of Lord Darzi, a surgeon and former health minister who is director of the Institute of Global Health Innovation at Imperial College London. However, the agreement on patient record sharing has... Read more
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PhysOrg
Perceived diversity in neighborhoods is related to more prejudice, study findsgroups, an international research project by the University of Sheffield has fo
Perceived diversity in neighborhoods is related to more prejudice, study finds
PhysOrg / Posted 30 minutes ago
groups, an international research project by the University of Sheffield has found. Dr Aneta Piekut, of Sheffield Methods Institute, and Professor Gill Valentine, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Social Sciences, investigated how attitudes towards minority... Read more
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PhysOrg
Combining your home and work life can be better for role performance say researchersand performance, finds a new study published in the journal Human Relations by
Combining your home and work life can be better for role performance say researchers
PhysOrg / Posted 30 minutes ago
and performance, finds a new study published in the journal Human Relations by SAGE in partnership with The Tavistock Institute. Traditionally it has been thought that in order to maintain concentration and high performance, employees needed... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Not Just Rent Assistance: Catholic Charities Fort Worth Program Looks At The Big Picturethe public sector, the private sector, the nonprofit and faith-based communitie
Not Just Rent Assistance: Catholic Charities Fort Worth Program Looks At The Big Picture
KERA North Texas / Posted 30 minutes ago
the public sector, the private sector, the nonprofit and faith-based communities. He works for the American Enterprise Institute now, a conservative think tank in D.C. and believes a holistic approach to solving poverty makes the most... Read more
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KUSI News San Diego
Mayor Faulconer announces strategies to improve 911 dispatch response timescall is picked up in a matter of seconds. But that's not always the case.'' To
Mayor Faulconer announces strategies to improve 911 dispatch response times
KUSI News San Diego / Posted 30 minutes ago
call is picked up in a matter of seconds. But that's not always the case.'' To address the problem, the mayor pledged to institute more "aggressive'' dispatcher recruitment and retention policies; assign more back- up employees to the city's 911... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Lew says currency design plan winning rave reviewsand what it means to them," Lew said during an appearance at an economic confer
Lew says currency design plan winning rave reviews
The Record Searchlight / Posted 32 minutes ago
and what it means to them," Lew said during an appearance at an economic conference in Los Angeles sponsored by the Milken Institute. Last summer, Lew announced that he would replace the portrait of Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill with a famous... Read more
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Channel 8 San Diego
Mayor Faulconer discusses 911 dispatch issuescall is picked up in a matter of seconds. But that's not always the case." To
Mayor Faulconer discusses 911 dispatch issues
Channel 8 San Diego / Posted 33 minutes ago
call is picked up in a matter of seconds. But that's not always the case." To address the problem, the mayor pledged to institute more "aggressive" dispatcher recruitment and retention policies; assign more back- up employees to the city's 911... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Kanye West vs. Taylor Swift and 5 Other Near-Awkward Run-Ins at the Met Galasome of Hollywood's biggest stars were in New York City for the Manus x Machina
Kanye West vs. Taylor Swift and 5 Other Near-Awkward Run-Ins at the Met Gala
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 38 minutes ago
some of Hollywood's biggest stars were in New York City for the Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology Costume Institute Gala, and while not all the celebrities were on the best of terms, everyone was on their best behavior. PHOTOS:... Read more
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CNBC
Donald Trump has changed the rules of the game: Eric CantorLeader for the U.S. House of Representatives and Moelis & co. Vice Chair and Ma
Donald Trump has changed the rules of the game: Eric Cantor
CNBC / Posted 42 minutes ago
Leader for the U.S. House of Representatives and Moelis & co. Vice Chair and Managing Director, speaks with CNBC's Brian Sullivan at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills about the 2016 election and the state of politics in the... Read more
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Broomfield Enterprise
Food-insecure children sent home with healthy foodbags home to students at the YMCA. Gordon Gamm, a local philanthropist and fou
Food-insecure children sent home with healthy food
Broomfield Enterprise / Posted 43 minutes ago
bags home to students at the YMCA. Gordon Gamm, a local philanthropist and founder of the Boulder International Humanist Institute, was one of the driving forces when the program began last year. His inspiration for the program came after... Read more
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NBC News
Zika Virus Is Coming and We're Not Ready, U.S. Experts Saystarts, the U.S. could have small, local outbreaks. "Very likely we will," Dr.
Zika Virus Is Coming and We're Not Ready, U.S. Experts Say
NBC News / Posted 44 minutes ago
starts, the U.S. could have small, local outbreaks. "Very likely we will," Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told a separate briefing at the Pan American Health Organization's... Read more
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Breitbart
Utah Gov. John Huntsman, Jr: Donald Trump ‘Better Positioned’ to Cut Across Party Boundariesoff with Donald Trump as their nominee, they’re going to need people to cross t
Utah Gov. John Huntsman, Jr: Donald Trump ‘Better Positioned’ to Cut Across Party Boundaries
Breitbart / Posted 46 minutes ago
off with Donald Trump as their nominee, they’re going to need people to cross the aisle,” University of Politic’s Hinckley Institute of Politics director Jason Perry explained to KSL.com. “They’re just going to have to get people who really haven’t... Read more
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The News & Observer
Trump and the end of social conservativesfor this turnabout. Americans have taken seriously the social conservative comp
Trump and the end of social conservatives
The News & Observer / Posted 47 minutes ago
for this turnabout. Americans have taken seriously the social conservative complaints that mattered most. The Guttmacher Institute reported earlier this month that in 2011 U.S. teen pregnancy, birth and abortion rates all reached their lowest... Read more
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Daily Mail
James Corden jokes he's wearing 'three pairs of ankle-neck Spanx'he looked his best. Glitz and glamour: James Corden and Julia Carey looked hit
James Corden jokes he's wearing 'three pairs of ankle-neck Spanx'
Daily Mail / Posted 48 minutes ago
he looked his best. Glitz and glamour: James Corden and Julia Carey looked hit the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Benefit in New York City on Monday night James, 37, was dressed in a custom Burberry tux for the big night, but he... Read more
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Daily Mail
Maria Sharapova grabs a coffee after making her Met Gala debutin good company as she ascended a staircase with Irish actress Saoirse Ronan, 2
Maria Sharapova grabs a coffee after making her Met Gala debut
Daily Mail / Posted 48 minutes ago
in good company as she ascended a staircase with Irish actress Saoirse Ronan, 22, at the annual fundraiser for the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Oscar nominee Saoirse held Maria's hand as they stepped up together after the... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Study: 'Biggest Loser' contestants have slower metabolisms"The Biggest Loser" leave the show with a slower metabolism, making it more dif
Study: 'Biggest Loser' contestants have slower metabolisms
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 48 minutes ago
"The Biggest Loser" leave the show with a slower metabolism, making it more difficult to keep off the pounds. The National Institutes of Health study finds that participants come out of the weight-loss reality competition burning about 500 fewer... Read more
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WCNC Charlotte
I-Team: French teacher at HISD school doesn't speak Frenchspeak French? The I-Team discovered that’s exactly what is happening at the Ho
I-Team: French teacher at HISD school doesn't speak French
WCNC Charlotte / Posted 51 minutes ago
speak French? The I-Team discovered that’s exactly what is happening at the Houston Independent School District’s Energy Institute High School in the 1800 block of Sampson Street. Sharonda White’s son Nathanial is a junior at the school. "I... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Cuomo: Upstate projects will not stallDemocratic governor's key initiatives, including the Buffalo Billion project an
Cuomo: Upstate projects will not stall
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 52 minutes ago
Democratic governor's key initiatives, including the Buffalo Billion project and other efforts tied to the SUNY Polytechnic Institute, the Albany-centered college. New York has designated $1 billion to revive Buffalo; another $600 million in public... Read more
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FOX Business
What Sent Medivation, Inc.'s Shares Soaring 25.1% In Aprilcancer, it could open the door to tens of thousands of additional patients per
What Sent Medivation, Inc.'s Shares Soaring 25.1% In April
FOX Business / Posted 54 minutes ago
cancer, it could open the door to tens of thousands of additional patients per year. According to the National Cancer Institute, more than 220,000 patients are diagnosed with breast cancer every year in the U.S. alone. Now what:Medivation... Read more
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FOX Business
What Sent Medivation, Inc.'s Shares Soaring 25.1% In Aprilcancer, it could open the door to tens of thousands of additional patients per
What Sent Medivation, Inc.'s Shares Soaring 25.1% In April
FOX Business / Posted 54 minutes ago
cancer, it could open the door to tens of thousands of additional patients per year. According to the National Cancer Institute, more than 220,000 patients are diagnosed with breast cancer every year in the U.S. alone. Now what:Medivation... Read more
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The Hill
Overnight Cybersecurity: Encryption bill sparks turf warthe group is back today, on a new channel with fresh threats, according to a re
Overnight Cybersecurity: Encryption bill sparks turf war
The Hill / Posted 55 minutes ago
the group is back today, on a new channel with fresh threats, according to a report from the Middle East Media Research Institute. WHO'S IN THE SPOTLIGHT: --BUG BOUNTIES. A 10-year-old has just been awarded $10,000 from Facebook for hacking... Read more
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Miami New Times
Florida's Two Largest Newspapers Are Now OneThat is, it wasn't exactly a natural, permanent owner for a newspaper. The Tim
Florida's Two Largest Newspapers Are Now One
Miami New Times / Posted 55 minutes ago
That is, it wasn't exactly a natural, permanent owner for a newspaper. The Times, which is owned by the non-profit Poynter Institute, meanwhile recently sold its headquarters for an undisclosed sum. It still has a 15-year lease to stay in the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
A selective guide to U.S. summer classical festspiano, the chamber music festival engages established artists as well as emergi
A selective guide to U.S. summer classical fests
Chicago Tribune / Posted 56 minutes ago
piano, the chamber music festival engages established artists as well as emerging professional musicians from its component institute. "Russian Reflections" is the theme of the 2016 season, including works by Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky, Scriabin,... Read more
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
A PRESCRIPTION FOR PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIESthe Democrat or Republican that has the most electoral votes after the last sta
A PRESCRIPTION FOR PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES
Worcester Telegram & Gazette / Posted an hour ago
the Democrat or Republican that has the most electoral votes after the last state primary should win the nomination. 5. Institute a lottery consisting of the 50 states and draw their names at random. There's no reason for Iowa and New Hampshire,... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Lew says currency design plan winning rave reviewsand what it means to them," Lew said during an appearance at an economic confer
Lew says currency design plan winning rave reviews
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted an hour ago
and what it means to them," Lew said during an appearance at an economic conference in Los Angeles sponsored by the Milken Institute. Last summer, Lew announced that he would replace the portrait of Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill with a famous... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
Study: Where you live determines what you pay for medical carepay for health care. The study was published last week in Health Affairs and w
Study: Where you live determines what you pay for medical care
ScienceBlogs / Posted an hour ago
pay for health care. The study was published last week in Health Affairs and was based on data from the Health Care Cost Institute, a commercial claims database that includes nearly 3 billion paid claim lines (those are the individual line-item... Read more
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The Jacksonville Daily News
Area students inducted into honor societyall of whom are at East Carolina University; Lucinda Buchanan of Morehead City
Area students inducted into honor society
The Jacksonville Daily News / Posted an hour ago
all of whom are at East Carolina University; Lucinda Buchanan of Morehead City at Pennsylvania State University; Denise Kurek of Jacksonville at Florida Institute of Technology; and Jessica Simmons-Josilevich of Jacksonville at Campbell Unive... Read more
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USA Today
Second study says medical errors third-leading cause of death in U.S.many mistakes in hospitals actually caused deaths has been the subject of debat
Second study says medical errors third-leading cause of death in U.S.
USA Today / Posted an hour ago
many mistakes in hospitals actually caused deaths has been the subject of debate since the National Academy of Science's Institute of Medicine first estimated in 1999 that up to 98,000 are attributable to medical mistakes. In 2010, the... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew: Puerto Rico crisis is 'immediate and real'Congressional leaders about the situation in Puerto Rico Without Congressional
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew: Puerto Rico crisis is 'immediate and real'
Los Angeles Times / Posted an hour ago
Congressional leaders about the situation in Puerto Rico Without Congressional action, Lew told an audience at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, Puerto Rico could face the unraveling of "what we know of as normal life in an... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Controlling Zika mosquitoes may be 'lost cause'the viral diseases dengue and chikungunya, "don't give us much reason for optim
Controlling Zika mosquitoes may be 'lost cause'
The Kitsap Sun / Posted an hour ago
the viral diseases dengue and chikungunya, "don't give us much reason for optimism," said Scott Weaver, director of the Institute for Human Infections and Immunity at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. "In the near term, it's a... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Governor Deal vetoes campus carry billcampuses,” said Rep. Al Williams (D-Midway). NRA Statement on Veto of Campus S
Governor Deal vetoes campus carry bill
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted an hour ago
campuses,” said Rep. Al Williams (D-Midway). NRA Statement on Veto of Campus Safety Bill The National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action issued the following statement today in reaction to Governor Nathan Deal’s veto of House... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
Kanye West vs. Taylor Swift and 5 Other Near-Awkward Run-Ins at the Met Galasome of Hollywood's biggest stars were in New York City for the Manus x Machina
Kanye West vs. Taylor Swift and 5 Other Near-Awkward Run-Ins at the Met Gala
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted an hour ago
some of Hollywood's biggest stars were in New York City for the Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology Costume Institute Gala, and while not all the celebrities were on the best of terms, everyone was on their best behavior. PHOTOS:... Read more
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Western Advocate
The wish listfunding to the tune of $150,000. Other items that come in over the half millio
The wish list
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
funding to the tune of $150,000. Other items that come in over the half million dollar mark include work on the Railway Institute Building ($562,000), aerodrome boundary fencing ($550,000), extension of the aircraft parking apron at the airport... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Medical error is third biggest cause of death in the US, experts saydeaths are not necessarily always the fault of doctors. However, they said the
Medical error is third biggest cause of death in the US, experts say
Guardian Unlimited / Posted an hour ago
deaths are not necessarily always the fault of doctors. However, they said the information shows that there is room to institute a clearer monitoring system for tracking medical error, which could inform the design of more effective, and safer,... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
Controlling Zika mosquitoes may be 'lost cause'the viral diseases dengue and chikungunya, "don't give us much reason for optim
Controlling Zika mosquitoes may be 'lost cause'
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted an hour ago
the viral diseases dengue and chikungunya, "don't give us much reason for optimism," said Scott Weaver, director of the Institute for Human Infections and Immunity at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. "In the near term, it's a... Read more
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Maneater
Biggest steps forward: diversity initiativesMiddleton named Kevin McDonald, currently the vice president and associate prov
Biggest steps forward: diversity initiatives
Maneater / Posted an hour ago
Middleton named Kevin McDonald, currently the vice president and associate provost for diversity and inclusion at Rochester Institute of Technology, as the UM System’s chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer, effective July 1. Henson... Read more
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Japan Today
Better education can decrease wealth inequality ‹ Japan Todaystolen by the rich and not invested in the needs of the poor, such as education
Better education can decrease wealth inequality ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted an hour ago
stolen by the rich and not invested in the needs of the poor, such as education. Looking into the future, the Global City Institute in Canada has calculated that by year 2100, as a result of rising birth rates cities such as Lagos, Kinshasa, Dar... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Controlling Zika mosquitoes may be 'lost cause'the viral diseases dengue and chikungunya, "don't give us much reason for optim
Controlling Zika mosquitoes may be 'lost cause'
The Record Searchlight / Posted an hour ago
the viral diseases dengue and chikungunya, "don't give us much reason for optimism," said Scott Weaver, director of the Institute for Human Infections and Immunity at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. "In the near term, it's a... Read more
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