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Deseret News
Is your 'doctor' really an M.D.?was a chiropractor whose credentials in "functional medicine" came from the Pas
Is your 'doctor' really an M.D.?
Deseret News / Posted 30 minutes ago
was a chiropractor whose credentials in "functional medicine" came from the Pastoral Medical Association, not an accredited medical school. The chiropractor, Karl Jawhari, told NPR that the center mostly works with people who need help with weight... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Medical aspirants say two-phased NEET is unfairas the new order to hold NEET has blocked his opportunity to take multiple entr
Medical aspirants say two-phased NEET is unfair
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 2 hours ago
as the new order to hold NEET has blocked his opportunity to take multiple entrance tests for securing a seat in a medical school. “We were not prepared to go for one single test. But now this is my only chance as those who appear or skip... Read more
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International Business Times
World Tai Chi & Qigong Day 2016: Thousands set to celebrate ancient Chinese martial art of many conditions commonly associated with age," says Peter M. Wayne, assistan
World Tai Chi & Qigong Day 2016: Thousands set to celebrate ancient Chinese martial art
International Business Times / Posted 5 hours ago
of many conditions commonly associated with age," says Peter M. Wayne, assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and director of the Tai Chi and Mind-Body Research Programme. Public Health England also endorses Tai Chi as... Read more
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The Times Leader
OUE honors graduating class of 2016a member of the 2016 graduating class, earned a bachelor of science degree in e
OUE honors graduating class of 2016
The Times Leader / Posted 6 hours ago
a member of the 2016 graduating class, earned a bachelor of science degree in exercise physiology and plans to attend medical school at Ohio University's Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine this fall. She graduated from Martins Ferry High... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
Ohio University Eastern Honors Graduates in St. Clairsvillea member of the 2016 graduating class, earned a bachelor of science degree in e
Ohio University Eastern Honors Graduates in St. Clairsville
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 8 hours ago
a member of the 2016 graduating class, earned a bachelor of science degree in exercise physiology and plans to attend medical school this fall. She graduated from Martins Ferry High School in 2014 and achieved a perfect overall grade point... Read more
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WVVA Bluefield
Jessie's Law headed to Congress to help curb opioid usefull patient history, including previous addictions is important. "A history i
Jessie's Law headed to Congress to help curb opioid use
WVVA Bluefield / Posted 10 hours ago
full patient history, including previous addictions is important. "A history is essential to the practice of medicine. In medical school, the first thing you learn to do is how to take history from a patient. It goes along with a physical exam as... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Aid group works to bring medical imaging to impoverished areas of the worldof a Maryland-based aid group that works to bring equipment and training to are
Aid group works to bring medical imaging to impoverished areas of the world
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 hours ago
of a Maryland-based aid group that works to bring equipment and training to areas in developing countries where hospitals, medical schools and even electricity are scarce. "I thought about how critical imaging was, and there was this major break... Read more
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The Morning Call
Medicine adapts to end-of-life careApril 20. I distinctly heard her say, "I don't blame the doctors… I respect the
Medicine adapts to end-of-life care
The Morning Call / Posted 13 hours ago
April 20. I distinctly heard her say, "I don't blame the doctors… I respect them … I blame the system." I graduated from medical school 50 years ago. Back then we were all about healing and hopefully curing our patients. Having a patient actually... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Why Your Fancy Banking App Isn't Helping You Budget Betterbeing well off. He owns a house, has published many books and is well-known as
Why Your Fancy Banking App Isn't Helping You Budget Better
The Huffington Post / Posted 15 hours ago
being well off. He owns a house, has published many books and is well-known as a writer. He has a child who went to Harvard Medical School. But, he explains, he and his wife have no retirement funds and no savings as a result of a little bit of bad... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Hoops scholarship a dream come trueinstitution which is my main focus.” She plans to study biology and the 85 per
Hoops scholarship a dream come true
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 17 hours ago
institution which is my main focus.” She plans to study biology and the 85 percent-plus student hopes to one day to attend medical school. “When I went there, I really like the area. It was gorgeous and I liked the campus and the whole... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Hoops scholarship a dream come trueinstitution which is my main focus.” She plans to study biology and the 85 per
Hoops scholarship a dream come true
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 17 hours ago
institution which is my main focus.” She plans to study biology and the 85 percent-plus student hopes to one day to attend medical school. “When I went there, I really like the area. It was gorgeous and I liked the campus and the whole... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Hoops scholarship a dream come trueinstitution which is my main focus.” She plans to study biology and the 85 per
Hoops scholarship a dream come true
Welland Tribune / Posted 17 hours ago
institution which is my main focus.” She plans to study biology and the 85 percent-plus student hopes to one day to attend medical school. “When I went there, I really like the area. It was gorgeous and I liked the campus and the whole... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Gymnast from SWR emerges as star at George Washington Universityend of her junior year in 2014. She’s now majoring in biology on a pre-med trac
Gymnast from SWR emerges as star at George Washington University
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 17 hours ago
end of her junior year in 2014. She’s now majoring in biology on a pre-med track at George Washington with an eye toward medical school. It makes for a heavy workload for the teen, who begins her days with a 6 a.m. wake-up. She practices from 7... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
USF Senior, Ahmed Mohamed, enrolled in Medical and Law School simultaneouslythree years at 18 years old. "Yes, it can be tough and yes, it can be stressfu
USF Senior, Ahmed Mohamed, enrolled in Medical and Law School simultaneously
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 17 hours ago
three years at 18 years old. "Yes, it can be tough and yes, it can be stressful,” he said. He is also enrolled in USF's Medical School and Stetson Law School simultaneously. "Do your friends say, what are you thinking? Are you crazy?” I... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
UBCO student presents his cannabis research findingstrip to Sri Lanka with his sister Reanne. The pair both won scholarships from
UBCO student presents his cannabis research findings
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 18 hours ago
trip to Sri Lanka with his sister Reanne. The pair both won scholarships from UBCO to make the trip. He plans to apply for medical school upon his return to Canada and also said he would be interested in further research into medicinal marijuana in... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
Naturopath offers insight into cannabis medical treatmentSciences. Naturopaths are trained much the same as doctors but attend a naturo
Naturopath offers insight into cannabis medical treatment
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 18 hours ago
Sciences. Naturopaths are trained much the same as doctors but attend a naturopathic college as opposed to traditional medical school and focus on holistic approaches to medicine such as nutritional medicine or acupuncture. Capital News: When... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Naturopath offers insight into cannabis medical treatmentSciences. Naturopaths are trained much the same as doctors but attend a naturo
Naturopath offers insight into cannabis medical treatment
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 18 hours ago
Sciences. Naturopaths are trained much the same as doctors but attend a naturopathic college as opposed to traditional medical school and focus on holistic approaches to medicine such as nutritional medicine or acupuncture. Capital News: When... Read more
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Payson Roundup
Characters Under the Rim - Dr. Christian Risser III, Part 1fifth generation to also bear the name. The frontier doctor was born in Pennsy
Characters Under the Rim - Dr. Christian Risser III, Part 1
Payson Roundup / Posted 18 hours ago
fifth generation to also bear the name. The frontier doctor was born in Pennsylvania in 1878, graduated from the Chicago Medical School and then became the head of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical School. His strong calling to... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
1 injured in shooting at Washington University in St. Louisthat is more prevalent in other parts of the community. Earlier this month, a
1 injured in shooting at Washington University in St. Louis
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 18 hours ago
that is more prevalent in other parts of the community. Earlier this month, a teenager was shot near the university's medical school close to Barnes-Jewish Hospital. In March, Washington University briefly issued an emergency alert after a... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Wayne State faculty file grievance against School of Medicineagainst the School of Medicine over the process it is using to evaluate job pro
Wayne State faculty file grievance against School of Medicine
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 19 hours ago
against the School of Medicine over the process it is using to evaluate job productivity of several dozen professors as the medical school tries to turnaround last year's $29 million deficit. In mid-March, Jack Sobel, M.D., dean of Wayne State's... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Daily chocolate consumption may improve cardio-metabolic healthresistance. That's one of the research findings from the Luxembourg Institute o
Daily chocolate consumption may improve cardio-metabolic health
News-Medical-Net / Posted 20 hours ago
resistance. That's one of the research findings from the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH), the University of Warwick Medical School, the University of South Australia and the University of Maine. Data of 1,153 people aged 18-69 years old who... Read more
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Medical News Today
Daily chocolate intake linked to lower risk of diabetes, heart diseaseheart disease, say researchers. Study co-author Prof. Saverio Stranges - visit
Daily chocolate intake linked to lower risk of diabetes, heart disease
Medical News Today / Posted 20 hours ago
heart disease, say researchers. Study co-author Prof. Saverio Stranges - visiting academic of the University of Warwick Medical School, United Kingdom, and scientific director of the Department of Population Health at the Luxembourg Institute of... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Coffee, wine good for the gut, but what about soda?which doctors refer to as the "gut microbiome," said Dr. David Johnson. He is c
Coffee, wine good for the gut, but what about soda?
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 22 hours ago
which doctors refer to as the "gut microbiome," said Dr. David Johnson. He is chief of gastroenterology at Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Va., and a past president of the American College of Gastroenterology. The gut microbiome plays... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
North Carolina news in briefinitiating more than $1 billion in construction and renovation projects. He als
North Carolina news in brief
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 22 hours ago
initiating more than $1 billion in construction and renovation projects. He also oversaw the creation of the Duke-NUS Medical School in partnership with the National University of Singapore.

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5KSDK St. Louis
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate movesis the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate moves
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 22 hours ago
is the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Wayne State University’s medical school. He founded Kids Kicking Cancer in 1999, nearly 18 years after losing his first child, Sara, to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Multiple sclerosis sufferer, 68, leaves heart-rending note after deathUS, for most of her adult life before returning to Britain six years ago. The
Multiple sclerosis sufferer, 68, leaves heart-rending note after death
Daily Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
US, for most of her adult life before returning to Britain six years ago. The couple had worked together at Yale Medical School in the area of addiction and HIV prevention. She was a PhD and an associate professor. During her life she... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Medical student at Jackson Park Hospital missing from South Sidewas finishing up his clinical rotations at Jackson Park Hospital and was gettin
Medical student at Jackson Park Hospital missing from South Side
Chicago Tribune / Posted 23 hours ago
was finishing up his clinical rotations at Jackson Park Hospital and was getting ready to graduate next month from the medical school, according to his brother Joseph Monye. Joseph Monye, who is also a student at Jackson Park Hospital,... Read more
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EarthSky
Did human limbs evolve from shark gills?that the fin and limb skeleton articulates with the shoulder. The Sonic Hedgeh
Did human limbs evolve from shark gills?
EarthSky / Posted 23 hours ago
that the fin and limb skeleton articulates with the shoulder. The Sonic Hedgehog gene, named by a researcher at Harvard Medical School after the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series by Sega, directs the development of paired limbs in mammals.... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Woman leaves heartbreaking note before ending her life at suicide clinicUS, for most of her adult life before returning to Britain six years ago. The
Woman leaves heartbreaking note before ending her life at suicide clinic
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
US, for most of her adult life before returning to Britain six years ago. The couple had worked together at Yale Medical School in the area of addiction and HIV prevention. MS is a degenerative illness, which causes physical pain and... Read more
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11 News Houston
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate movesis the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate moves
11 News Houston / Posted yesterday
is the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Wayne State University’s medical school. He founded Kids Kicking Cancer in 1999, nearly 18 years after losing his first child, Sara, to... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Japanese Medical School TestDo you think you have the hands, steady enough to be able to be a surgeon? A m
Japanese Medical School Test
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
Do you think you have the hands, steady enough to be able to be a surgeon? A medical school in Japan wanted to give its medical students some ultimate tests of their skills to work with very intricate surgeries. The challenges are really hairy,... Read more
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express
Could THIS delicious treat REDUCE the risk of heart disease and diabetes?of Nutrition. That’s one of the research findings from the Luxembourg Institut
Could THIS delicious treat REDUCE the risk of heart disease and diabetes?
express / Posted yesterday
of Nutrition. That’s one of the research findings from the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH), the University of Warwick Medical School, the University of South Australia and the University of Maine. Data from 1,153 people aged 18 to 69 years... Read more
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New Kerala
Eat dark chocolate to curb diabetes, heart disease risk! - newkerala.com #56416need to be supported by robust trial evidence," said Saverio Stranges, visiting
Eat dark chocolate to curb diabetes, heart disease risk! - newkerala.com #56416
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
need to be supported by robust trial evidence," said Saverio Stranges, visiting academic at the University of Warwick Medical School in England. "Potential applications of this knowledge include recommendations by healthcare professionals to... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Meet Ryan Fritz ... Scholastic Superstarby the philosophy “Onward and upward,” hopes in 15 years “to be serving my coun
Meet Ryan Fritz ... Scholastic Superstar
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
by the philosophy “Onward and upward,” hopes in 15 years “to be serving my country in a military hospital after completing medical school specializing in orthopedic surgery,” adding, “I will be stationed wherever my country needs me most.” —... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Legal, medical communities discuss child sex crimes at panel eventmedical societies and the Children’s Advocacy Center in a year, said Karen Arsc
Legal, medical communities discuss child sex crimes at panel event
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
medical societies and the Children’s Advocacy Center in a year, said Karen Arscott, D.O. , a faculty member at the medical school and one of the event organizers. The first came after mandatory reporting laws were enacted last April and the... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
California High School student hoping for support to go with her hard workfall road trip from Mid-Missouri to Harvard University for a campus visit, Dani
California High School student hoping for support to go with her hard work
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted yesterday
fall road trip from Mid-Missouri to Harvard University for a campus visit, Dania Isidro realized her dream of medical school at the prestigious post-secondary institution was possible. This spring, the California High School junior... Read more
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Market Watch
Should consumers be allowed to order their own lab tests?access to their health information and lab results. But control is a different
Should consumers be allowed to order their own lab tests?
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
access to their health information and lab results. But control is a different story. There’s a reason physicians go to medical school. There is a huge and bewildering quantity of tests that can be ordered, often with overlapping, technical... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Higher Education Institutions Graduate Over 23 Thousand Studentsnamely Eritrean Institute of Technology, Hamelmalo College of Agriculture, Asma
Higher Education Institutions Graduate Over 23 Thousand Students
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
namely Eritrean Institute of Technology, Hamelmalo College of Agriculture, Asmara College of Science and Health, Asmara Medical School, Massawa Marine College, Halhale College of Accounting and Economics as well as Adi-Keih College of Arts and... Read more
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New America Media
With Aging and Illness, Some LGBT People Opt for the Closetfemale-to-male transgender individual, who added that some health professionals
With Aging and Illness, Some LGBT People Opt for the Closet
New America Media / Posted yesterday
female-to-male transgender individual, who added that some health professionals “are just now starting to get a little in medical school, but they do not know how to talk to us--what our issues are. [They] do not have the right questions on their... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
No Spare Tire in Rental Sidelines Touristwith her son in Scotland. It was the trip of a lifetime. Her son had successfu
No Spare Tire in Rental Sidelines Tourist
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
with her son in Scotland. It was the trip of a lifetime. Her son had successfully completed his first two years of medical school and was celebrating his 25th birthday. "We both enjoy hiking and national parks, and we both enjoy whiskey!"... Read more
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The North West Star
Medical student seeks a career in the busha young school leaver locked into a busy routine. Mr Martyr said it was a bit
Medical student seeks a career in the bush
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
a young school leaver locked into a busy routine. Mr Martyr said it was a bit of a cliche to say he put himself through medical school because he liked helping people however, given his choice to become a rural generalist and passion for mental... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate movesis the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate moves
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted yesterday
is the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Wayne State University’s medical school. He founded Kids Kicking Cancer in 1999, nearly 18 years after losing his first child, Sara, to... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate movesis the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate moves
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted yesterday
is the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Wayne State University’s medical school. He founded Kids Kicking Cancer in 1999, nearly 18 years after losing his first child, Sara, to... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate movesis the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate moves
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted yesterday
is the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Wayne State University’s medical school. He founded Kids Kicking Cancer in 1999, nearly 18 years after losing his first child, Sara, to... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate movesis the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate moves
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted yesterday
is the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Wayne State University’s medical school. He founded Kids Kicking Cancer in 1999, nearly 18 years after losing his first child, Sara, to... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate movesis the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate moves
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted yesterday
is the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Wayne State University’s medical school. He founded Kids Kicking Cancer in 1999, nearly 18 years after losing his first child, Sara, to... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate movesis the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate moves
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted yesterday
is the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Wayne State University’s medical school. He founded Kids Kicking Cancer in 1999, nearly 18 years after losing his first child, Sara, to... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate movesis the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate moves
WLBZ Bangor / Posted yesterday
is the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Wayne State University’s medical school. He founded Kids Kicking Cancer in 1999, nearly 18 years after losing his first child, Sara, to... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate movesis the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate moves
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted yesterday
is the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Wayne State University’s medical school. He founded Kids Kicking Cancer in 1999, nearly 18 years after losing his first child, Sara, to... Read more
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USA Today
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate movesis the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor
Cute kids are kicking cancer with karate moves
USA Today / Posted yesterday
is the charismatic man the kids call “Rabbi G,” a clinical assistant professor in pediatrics at Wayne State University’s medical school. He founded Kids Kicking Cancer in 1999, nearly 18 years after losing his first child, Sara, to... Read more
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