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2015/01/25 11:53
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... has been a leading voice in efforts to treat teens with medical and psychological problems, as well as adults and children with eating disorders," his statement read. Frankly, Levine said, she...
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2015/01/25 11:29
2015/01/25 11:29
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Very few Nigerians have made it to the pages of Time Magazine. Most times when Nigeria is mentioned, it is for negative things. However, in recent times, the nation's booming entertainment industry...
2015/01/25 11:26
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Jennifer Ridenton, of Dunkery Road, has secured a place at Kavieng General Hospital this summer, assisting with the day to day care of patients. The country suffers high rates of HIV and AIDS, and...
2015/01/25 11:19
2015/01/25 11:19
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Editor's note: This is the first of three parts from Linda S. Mah's interview with Martha Parfet about her new book chronicling two of Kalamazoo's most renowned families, the Upjohns and...
2015/01/25 10:09
2015/01/25 10:09
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MILITARY NOTESArmy Pvt. Charles J. Helas, son of Charles and Robin Helas of Peabody, a graduate of Cushing Academy in Ashburnham, has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Benning, Ga.VETERANS...
2015/01/25 05:22
2015/01/25 05:22
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Hess, 42, was hired last month and replaces Jay Prager, who resigned from the position. Hess has worked at the hospital since 2002, the same year he and his wife, Dr. Michelle Hess, opened their...
2015/01/25 03:44
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A Peachtree Ridge High alumnus is one step closer to winning $1 million by representing Emory University in a competition in Dubai. Mehul Bhagat is a first-year Robert W. Woodruff Scholar at Emory...
2015/01/25 01:57
2015/01/25 01:57
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People seeking to age with grace are encouraged to become avid walkers, eat a highly varied diet and have a healthy distrust of medications. At least that's the advice health care professionals doled...
2015/01/25 01:17
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PARSIPPANY, New Jersey--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Medicines Company a annoncé aujourd'hui que le Comité des médicaments à usage humain (CHMP) de l'Agence européenne des médicaments (EMA) a émis des avis...
2015/01/25 01:09
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Goods for Guns was started in New York City by carpet store owner Fernando Mateo who, fed up with violence in his neighborhood, offered to trade carpeting for guns. The results: a line of thousands...
2015/01/24 15:09
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Dolores ''Lolly'' Selenkow is no ordinary octogenarian. The 86-year-old Newton grandmother hits the gym five days a week, plays tennis one or two days, and still works part-time managing her family's...
2015/01/24 14:35
2015/01/24 14:35
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JACKSON – University of Mississippi Medical Center officials say they’re planning a $150 million expansion of Batson Children’s Hospital to make room for more operating rooms, an imaging center,...
2015/01/24 12:51
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Meditating for just eight weeks has been shown to alter the brain’s gray matter, which may be at least part of the reason why practitioners experience significant improvements in memory, sense of...
2015/01/24 12:22
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A MAN who campaigned for radiotherapy services at Dubbo wants the government to consider building a first-class hospital in the bush. Warrick Wheeler, pictured during the Dubbo Orana Cancer Action...
2015/01/24 09:16
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How many people in mid-life can fit into their wedding clothes? Not too many, because predictably, most have exchanged muscle tissue for body fat and more pounds. Now, a report from Johns Hopkins...
2015/01/24 05:34
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Dr. David L. Pierce became chief medical officer at Millard Fillmore Suburban and DeGraff Memorial hospitals during the holidays – and a nationwide flu epidemic. Every hospital from Buffalo to...
2015/01/24 05:09
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When Dr. Patricia A. McQuilkin returned to Liberia in November for the first time since the Ebola epidemic flared in West Africa, international aid organizations were out in force, working to combat...
2015/01/24 05:06
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DEA agents spent half the morning at Hormone Replacement Specialists at 5550 Highway 153 and neighboring Holistic Health & Primary Care on Friday, said Brad Byerley, resident agent in charge of the...
2015/01/24 04:50
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In the spring of 2011, Miami native Noel Martinez found himself on a small craft in the middle of the night headed for a pirate “mother ship” off the coast of Somalia. As a Navy independent duty...
2015/01/24 01:43
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It is time to wean Minnesota high schools and colleges from sports that damage the brains of the students that they are trying to educate. Tackle football and rugby should be phased out. Varsity...
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