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NJ Biz
Executive Moves: Who hired whom this weekOn the list this week: H2M architects + engineers, SystemCare Health, March of
Executive Moves: Who hired whom this week
NJ Biz / Posted 2 days ago
On the list this week: H2M architects + engineers, SystemCare Health, March of Dimes as well as others … H2M architects + engineers announced that Ron Lanner has been promoted to deputy director of architecture. In his new role, Lanner will be... Read more
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New Kerala
New insight into how brain processes visual cues Neuroscientists know that some connections in the brain for processing visual
New insight into how brain processes visual cues
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
Neuroscientists know that some connections in the brain for processing visuals are pruned through neural development. This knowledge may, however, be wrong, scientists from Virginia Institute of... Read more
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Arts Journal
The man who invented psychopathyIn today’s Wall Street Journal “Sightings” column I talk about a new government
The man who invented psychopathy
Arts Journal / Posted 7 days ago
In today’s Wall Street Journal “Sightings” column I talk about a new government program designed to support works of serious scholarship that are aimed at a popular audience—and show how such scholarship, when done well, can change a culture. Here’s... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Two proteins that help cells eliminate trash may contribute to development of Parkinson's diseaseTwo proteins that share the ability to help cells deal with their trash appear
Two proteins that help cells eliminate trash may contribute to development of Parkinson's disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 14 days ago
Two proteins that share the ability to help cells deal with their trash appear to need each other to do their jobs and when they don't connect, it appears to contribute to development of Parkinson's disease, scientists report. Much like a... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
More muscle mass appears to ward off bad cardiovascular effects of obesityEven without losing fat, more muscle appears to go a long way in fighting off t
More muscle mass appears to ward off bad cardiovascular effects of obesity
News-Medical-Net / Posted 17 days ago
Even without losing fat, more muscle appears to go a long way in fighting off the bad cardiovascular effects of obesity. That emerging evidence has scientists looking hard for new targets to uncouple the unhealthy relationship between fat and... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Erola named chair of Chatham County Health BoardDr. Kelly Erola has been named the next chairwoman of the Chatham County Board
Erola named chair of Chatham County Health Board
Savannah Morning News / Posted 22 days ago
Dr. Kelly Erola has been named the next chairwoman of the Chatham County Board of Health. Erola, the chief medical officer for Hospice Savannah, succeeds former Chair Dr. Kathryn Martin, who attended her last meeting on the health board by video... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Sigma 1 receptor appears to play vital role in supporting the retinaA receptor that is already a target for treating neurodegenerative disease also
Sigma 1 receptor appears to play vital role in supporting the retina
News-Medical-Net / Posted 24 days ago
A receptor that is already a target for treating neurodegenerative disease also appears to play a key role in supporting the retina, scientists report. Without sigma 1 receptor, the Müller cells that support the retina can't seem to control their... Read more
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Columbia Star
Kay McClanahan and Bob Hickman plan August weddingKay Jones McClanahan and J. Robert “Bob” Hickman Kay Jones McClanahan and J. Ro
Kay McClanahan and Bob Hickman plan August wedding
Columbia Star / Posted 29 days ago
Kay Jones McClanahan and J. Robert “Bob” Hickman Kay Jones McClanahan and J. Robert “Bob” Hickman will be married August 22, 2015, at 4 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Columbia, with a reception to follow in the church fellowship hall. While in the... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Pediatricians join St. Mary's to form Hometown PediatricsLocal pediatricians David R. Sprayberry, MD, Carrie C. Kelly, MD, and Tresa Cha
Pediatricians join St. Mary's to form Hometown Pediatrics
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 1 months ago
Local pediatricians David R. Sprayberry, MD, Carrie C. Kelly, MD, and Tresa Chappell, MD, have joined St. Mary’s Medical Group to form Hometown Pediatrics, opening Monday at 1020 Jamestown Boulevard, Building 200, Watkinsville. Drs. Sprayberry,... Read more

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