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The Champaign News-Gazette
New UI chancellor travels different routein the house. Sometimes it was pretty benign, but other times not so much," Jon
New UI chancellor travels different route
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 29 minutes ago
in the house. Sometimes it was pretty benign, but other times not so much," Jones said. Planting the seed He didn't see medical school as an option, but his vocational ag teacher in high school, Walter Stallworth, "really did plant the seed in... Read more
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New York Post
The professional actor who plays sick for young doctors in trainingon rectal and testicular exams.) I do it for $25 to $30 an hour — and to help
The professional actor who plays sick for young doctors in training
New York Post / Posted 34 minutes ago
on rectal and testicular exams.) I do it for $25 to $30 an hour — and to help people improve their medical educations. Medical schools and hospitals pay actors like me to play SPs because our portrayals teach future doctors how to conduct... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Menopausal women can get pregnant with menopause reversalallowing the team to collect and fertilise eggs released, according to the New
Menopausal women can get pregnant with menopause reversal
Decclan Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
allowing the team to collect and fertilise eggs released, according to the New Scientist. Roger Sturmey at Hull York Medical School in the UK said, "It is potentially quite exciting. But it also opens up ethical questions over what the upper... Read more
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FOX News
The health benefits of vitamin D: Are you getting enough?of vitamin D, others are urging caution. “We are at a crossroads,” says Dr. Jo
The health benefits of vitamin D: Are you getting enough?
FOX News / Posted an hour ago
of vitamin D, others are urging caution. “We are at a crossroads,” says Dr. JoAnn Manson, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. “Observational studies suggest low vitamin D levels are associated with increased risks of many chronic... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Local oral surgeon elected treasurer at Dental Societydegree from Northwestern University Dental School and a medical degree from the
Local oral surgeon elected treasurer at Dental Society
Lowell Sun / Posted an hour ago
degree from Northwestern University Dental School and a medical degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook Medical School. Sun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site. He is a partner at Lowell & Nashua Oral... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Upper Arlington diver Abby Johnston juggles Olympics, medical school When Abby Johnston made the turn at age 12 to trying to become a serious spri
Upper Arlington diver Abby Johnston juggles Olympics, medical school
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 2 hours ago
When Abby Johnston made the turn at age 12 to trying to become a serious springboard diver in an Upper Arlington club, she had, well, a slight flaw in her form. “I’d grab my nose... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Orchard worker becomes doctor, sees himself in patientsit, reported the Tri-City Herald (http://bit.ly/29BG8xY). Valencia earned a de
Orchard worker becomes doctor, sees himself in patients
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
it, reported the Tri-City Herald (http://bit.ly/29BG8xY). Valencia earned a degree in microbiology from WSU and went on to medical school at the University of Washington. He's been a family physician at Tri-Cities Community Health in Pasco for 3... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Business Notes - July 24physician at Cuyuna Regional Medical Center's Baxter Clinic. Fier earned his m
Business Notes - July 24
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 12 hours ago
physician at Cuyuna Regional Medical Center's Baxter Clinic. Fier earned his medical degree at the University of Minnesota Medical School in Minneapolis. He comes to the Brainerd lakes from the Twin Cities where he served as resident physician and... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscarelike other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives s
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscare
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 hours ago
like other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives such as the Western Sydney University medical school would improve the supply of doctors in the area but this would take another decade. "I have met young trainee... Read more
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The Young Witness
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscarelike other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives s
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscare
The Young Witness / Posted 12 hours ago
like other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives such as the Western Sydney University medical school would improve the supply of doctors in the area but this would take another decade. "I have met young trainee... Read more
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Western Advocate
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscarelike other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives s
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscare
Western Advocate / Posted 13 hours ago
like other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives such as the Western Sydney University medical school would improve the supply of doctors in the area but this would take another decade. "I have met young trainee... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscarelike other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives s
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscare
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 hours ago
like other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives such as the Western Sydney University medical school would improve the supply of doctors in the area but this would take another decade. "I have met young trainee... Read more
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The Border Mail
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscarelike other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives s
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscare
The Border Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
like other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives such as the Western Sydney University medical school would improve the supply of doctors in the area but this would take another decade. "I have met young trainee... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscarelike other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives s
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscare
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 hours ago
like other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives such as the Western Sydney University medical school would improve the supply of doctors in the area but this would take another decade. "I have met young trainee... Read more
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Boston Globe
Ranger who survived hidden wound finds a new missionknew he had to do something, anything, that would allow him to do something, an
Ranger who survived hidden wound finds a new mission
Boston Globe / Posted 14 hours ago
knew he had to do something, anything, that would allow him to do something, anything, to help others. He thought about medical school but didn’t have the money. Then he thought of the Army. But not just the Army. He wanted to be a Ranger. He... Read more
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Boston Globe
Clinton’s road to nomination paved with gritan audience that would have been familiar with her mottled record on the subjec
Clinton’s road to nomination paved with grit
Boston Globe / Posted 14 hours ago
an audience that would have been familiar with her mottled record on the subject: the 1998 graduating class at Harvard Medical School. In her remarks, she acknowledged failure but also started talking about the incremental but meaningful steps... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Tewari joins Merit Health Medical GroupJigyasa Tewari has joined the medical group as a board-certified neurologist wi
Tewari joins Merit Health Medical Group
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 14 hours ago
Jigyasa Tewari has joined the medical group as a board-certified neurologist with a clinic in Madison. Tewari attended medical school at Dayanand Medical College in Ludhiana, Punjab, India and completed her residency at University of Pittsburgh... Read more
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McCook Daily Gazette
Long-time Benkelman Doctor Kenneth C. Stout dies at 97area, Dr. Stout saved money while he was in the military to finance his medical
Long-time Benkelman Doctor Kenneth C. Stout dies at 97
McCook Daily Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
area, Dr. Stout saved money while he was in the military to finance his medical education at the University of Nebraska medical school. After getting his medical degree he headed for Benkelman, arriving in 1955. He started with Doctor Morehouse... Read more
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Times News
Creatineneed to be in the body about six weeks to begin working, Perry Renshaw, profess
Creatine
Times News / Posted 23 hours ago
need to be in the body about six weeks to begin working, Perry Renshaw, professor of psychiatry at University of Utah Medical School, likened this discovery to finding the Holy Grail. Research published in the journal Cell Transplant in 2005... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
St. Bernards accepts first class into Internal Medicine Residency programfor more physicians with advanced training in internal medicine. St. Bernards
St. Bernards accepts first class into Internal Medicine Residency program
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 23 hours ago
for more physicians with advanced training in internal medicine. St. Bernards established the residency program to train medical school graduates in the wide field of internal medicine. The five physicians who comprise the first class began... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Could testosterone therapy make you live longer?of testosterone therapy, in London, England, years ago. Now, Dr. Abraham Morgen
Could testosterone therapy make you live longer?
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
of testosterone therapy, in London, England, years ago. Now, Dr. Abraham Morgentaler, clinical professor at The Harvard Medical School, agrees the benefits of “big T” should not be denied to men, even those with prostate cancer. And would big T... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Non-invasive gene therapy could treat brain tumourWashington D.C: A team of researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medica
Non-invasive gene therapy could treat brain tumour
Decclan Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Washington D.C: A team of researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, led by an Indian neuroscientist, has developed a non-invasive gene therapy to treat brain tumour. Currently, treatment for brain tumour or Gliobastoma (GBM)... Read more
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Boston Globe
How one Watertown family is living with ‘very early onset’ Alzheimer’sin the United States in the dementia stage of the disease, according to Dr. Rud
How one Watertown family is living with ‘very early onset’ Alzheimer’s
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
in the United States in the dementia stage of the disease, according to Dr. Rudy Tanzi, a professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School and director of the Genetics and Aging Unit at Mass General, where Bartolozzi is a patient. But if... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscarelike other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives s
Lindsay MP Emma Husar tells why western Sydney was fertile ground for Mediscare
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
like other patients in Sydney's north and west," Mr Secord said. Initiatives such as the Western Sydney University medical school would improve the supply of doctors in the area but this would take another decade. "I have met young trainee... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
TPA recognizes House speaker for open government efforts12, 2016, in Nashville, Tenn. Harwell said she began conversations with health
TPA recognizes House speaker for open government efforts
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted yesterday
12, 2016, in Nashville, Tenn. Harwell said she began conversations with health policy experts at Vanderbilt University's medical school after lawmakers rejected the Insure Tennessee proposal last year by Gov. Bill Haslam, right. FRANKLIN, Tenn.... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Dr. Theodore N. Cohendegree from the City University of New York, and a master of arts degree from C
Dr. Theodore N. Cohen
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted yesterday
degree from the City University of New York, and a master of arts degree from Columbia University. He attended Chicago Medical School, Class of 1958. He did his internship at Montefiore Hospital and psychiatric residency at the Manhattan VA... Read more
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The North West Star
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejectionFebruary 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transpl
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejection
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
February 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transplant. Professor O'Connell's six-year study was jointly conducted by researchers at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research and Mount Sinai Medical School in New... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejectionFebruary 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transpl
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejection
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
February 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transplant. Professor O'Connell's six-year study was jointly conducted by researchers at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research and Mount Sinai Medical School in New... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejectionFebruary 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transpl
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejection
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
February 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transplant. Professor O'Connell's six-year study was jointly conducted by researchers at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research and Mount Sinai Medical School in New... Read more
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The Young Witness
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejectionFebruary 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transpl
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejection
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
February 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transplant. Professor O'Connell's six-year study was jointly conducted by researchers at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research and Mount Sinai Medical School in New... Read more
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Western Advocate
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejectionFebruary 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transpl
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejection
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
February 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transplant. Professor O'Connell's six-year study was jointly conducted by researchers at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research and Mount Sinai Medical School in New... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejectionFebruary 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transpl
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejection
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
February 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transplant. Professor O'Connell's six-year study was jointly conducted by researchers at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research and Mount Sinai Medical School in New... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejectionFebruary 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transpl
Genetic test can identify patients most at risk of kidney rejection
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
February 1 this year, 1083 people were on the waiting list for a kidney transplant. Professor O'Connell's six-year study was jointly conducted by researchers at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research and Mount Sinai Medical School in New... Read more
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New Kerala
Non-invasive gene therapy could treat brain tumour - newkerala.com #94428appearing in the Indian Science Journal, a team of scientists led by Dwijit Guh
Non-invasive gene therapy could treat brain tumour - newkerala.com #94428
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
appearing in the Indian Science Journal, a team of scientists led by Dwijit Guha Sarkar of University of Massachusetts Medical School researched the possibility of such an approach and found a systemic delivery approach of viral vector mediated... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
Kathleen Weston, M.D.biology at Munising High School, before she and her husband enrolled in graduat
Kathleen Weston, M.D.
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted yesterday
biology at Munising High School, before she and her husband enrolled in graduate school at the University of Michigan Medical School, where she earned her master's degree in anatomy and genetics in 1934. After taking a position teaching... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
Victim continues recovery months after wrong-way crash on I-95was badly injured. They were taking Carmen to the Fort Lauderdale airport. She
Victim continues recovery months after wrong-way crash on I-95
Local 10 Miami / Posted yesterday
was badly injured. They were taking Carmen to the Fort Lauderdale airport. She was flying to her dad in New Jersey to go to medical school orientation. "I'm going to fight for the justice. I'm never going to stop," said Noel Criales, Bryan's... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Dr. Barrett G. Haik, key figure in Hamilton Eye Institute, dies at 64he said. One person he influenced was Dr. Jorge Calzada. He comes from Panama,
Dr. Barrett G. Haik, key figure in Hamilton Eye Institute, dies at 64
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted yesterday
he said. One person he influenced was Dr. Jorge Calzada. He comes from Panama, and said that had recently graduated from medical school there when he got a phone call from Dr. Haik in Memphis. A mutual friend had told Dr. Haik that the young... Read more
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The Mercury News
Brandi Chastain announces her son has Crohn's diseasegraduate announced that she would donate her brain to the Concussion Legacy Fou
Brandi Chastain announces her son has Crohn's disease
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
graduate announced that she would donate her brain to the Concussion Legacy Foundation to be studied by Boston University Medical School researchers to learn more about the causes of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a disease that currently is... Read more
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Finance and Commerce
Joplin hospital to be turned into university campusof Medicine and Biosciences. The Joplin Globe reports that the original buildi
Joplin hospital to be turned into university campus
Finance and Commerce / Posted yesterday
of Medicine and Biosciences. The Joplin Globe reports that the original building was donated to the school for use as a medical school by Mercy Hospital. Officials said Wednesday that raised ceilings, green space and open social areas will be... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
Conquering Stress! With Dr. Arlene — Fear Causes StressAfter taking a shower, the water needed to be pushed down the drain with a spec
Conquering Stress! With Dr. Arlene — Fear Causes Stress
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted yesterday
After taking a shower, the water needed to be pushed down the drain with a special mop. The next morning I went to the medical school and told them that I needed to find an apartment. And so I did, which is another story. As for the sheets, the... Read more
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The Mercury News
Brandi Chastain announces her son has Crohn's diseasegraduate announced that she would donate her brain to the Concussion Legacy Fou
Brandi Chastain announces her son has Crohn's disease
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
graduate announced that she would donate her brain to the Concussion Legacy Foundation to be studied by Boston University Medical School researchers to learn more about the causes of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a disease that currently is... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Perils of Dunedin Hospital rebuildto providing services in the South Island is unacceptable. The neurosurgery se
Perils of Dunedin Hospital rebuild
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
to providing services in the South Island is unacceptable. The neurosurgery service uses the relationship with the medical school to ensure procedures can be provided in Dunedin. That is the sort of thinking that the group planning the... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
'Loath' to repeat 'wrangle'would be downgraded, Mr Powell said, "I think that remains to be seen.'' The r
'Loath' to repeat 'wrangle'
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
would be downgraded, Mr Powell said, "I think that remains to be seen.'' The report viewed hospital doctors and the medical school through a "negative lens'', and that was disheartening. "People are rightfully concerned. The concerns might... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Hospital report alarms medical school staffDave Gerrard outside the Lindo Ferguson building where he trained while at the
Hospital report alarms medical school staff
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
Dave Gerrard outside the Lindo Ferguson building where he trained while at the Otago Medical School. Photo by Gerard O'Brien. A special relationship of more than 130 years between the Dunedin School of Medicine and Dunedin Hospital must not be... Read more
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The Chronicle
Dean of School of Medicine Nancy Andrews to step down in June 2017step down in June 2017, the University announced Friday. Andrews has served as
Dean of School of Medicine Nancy Andrews to step down in June 2017
The Chronicle / Posted yesterday
step down in June 2017, the University announced Friday. Andrews has served as dean since 2007. During her tenure, the medical school has expanded, opening its first new medical education building since the 1930s—the Mary Duke Biddle Trent... Read more
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KERA North Texas
DART Test Runs New Blue Line Extension To UNT Dallas Campusschool downtown. They can take the blue line to the UNT Dallas campus, and they
DART Test Runs New Blue Line Extension To UNT Dallas Campus
KERA North Texas / Posted yesterday
school downtown. They can take the blue line to the UNT Dallas campus, and they can take the Trinity Railway Express to the medical school in Fort Worth. DART President Gary Thomas said it’s been fun watching the light rail evolve. "When you think... Read more
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E! Online
Attention! Scream Queens Just Added Colton Haynessetting after season one was set at a college. Curtis' character is now the hea
Attention! Scream Queens Just Added Colton Haynes
E! Online / Posted yesterday
setting after season one was set at a college. Curtis' character is now the head of a hospital and the girls are in medical school. Other details on the new season are being kept hush hush, but we can tell you this: there will be some... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Fun, fascinating 'Nuts!' is a don't-miss movieworshiped Abraham Lincoln as a youngster. He comes from a dirt-poor family in N
Fun, fascinating 'Nuts!' is a don't-miss movie
The Arizona Republic / Posted yesterday
worshiped Abraham Lincoln as a youngster. He comes from a dirt-poor family in North Carolina but has dreams of attending medical school. He even shows up, shoeless, at the office of the dean of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, saying... Read more
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dna
Now, Shiv Sena demands guidelines on 'Pokemon Go' gameout," the MLC said. In Guatemala, two children were fired upon as they reached
Now, Shiv Sena demands guidelines on 'Pokemon Go' game
dna / Posted yesterday
out," the MLC said. In Guatemala, two children were fired upon as they reached a desolate place, she said. "In Arizona, a medical school issued e-mails to all students about taking precautions while playing the Pokemon Go game," she said... Read more
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Slate
Would Giving Nurse Practitioners More Power Help Relieve the Veteran Doctor Shortage?by the uncertainty of his prognosis. Soon after his diagnosis, he moved to Bos
Would Giving Nurse Practitioners More Power Help Relieve the Veteran Doctor Shortage?
Slate / Posted yesterday
by the uncertainty of his prognosis. Soon after his diagnosis, he moved to Boston for his residency training at Harvard Medical School. His dermatologist devised a treatment plan and promptly referred him to a nurse practitioner named Marianne,... Read more
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