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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Shenandoah fire company observes 100th anniversaryserves on the Lehigh County Special Operation Team and on Pennsylvania’s Urban
Shenandoah fire company observes 100th anniversary
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 18 hours ago
serves on the Lehigh County Special Operation Team and on Pennsylvania’s Urban Search and Rescue Company Three as a rescue specialist, and is employed by Bucks County Public Safety Training Center as a fire and rescue instructor. Kiskeravage has... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
After the flood: How the people of New Orleans are healingphilanthropic organizations and other private-sector outlets. The cash allowed
After the flood: How the people of New Orleans are healing
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
philanthropic organizations and other private-sector outlets. The cash allowed the city to reimagine itself. A $2.5-billion medical complex has replaced the old charity hospital system. More than $1-billion went into building new schools, which... Read more
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The Morning Call
Northampton County staffing company wins Army contractA Northampton County staffing company has landed a contract with the medical re
Northampton County staffing company wins Army contract
The Morning Call / Posted 4 days ago
A Northampton County staffing company has landed a contract with the medical research arm of the U.S. Army. America's Staffing Partner Inc., of Hanover Township, is one of six companies awarded the contract, with options for technical and... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Visionary Arkansans 2015about. McAfee, who lives in Hackett (south of Fort Smith, population 812), fir
Visionary Arkansans 2015
Arkansas Times / Posted 5 days ago
about. McAfee, who lives in Hackett (south of Fort Smith, population 812), first saw the effects of drought as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Sahel in Mali. With his degree from Arkansas Tech in history as background, he decided to specialize... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Women cleared to serve in combatunder an awful lot of stress). After only a couple of weeks of this training,
Women cleared to serve in combat
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
under an awful lot of stress). After only a couple of weeks of this training, a third of the females were discharged on medical grounds, from what I could tell their injuries were directly correlated to the physical load of this infantry... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
People on the Move, Aug. 23, 2015in the design of federal health care facilities, primarily working with the Dep
People on the Move, Aug. 23, 2015
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
in the design of federal health care facilities, primarily working with the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Army Corps of Engineers. He earned his associate degree in architectural engineering technology from Penn State, and serves as a... Read more
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The Torrington Telegram
The Torrington Telegram Old traditions resurrected at the Fortrelevant to the people of Wyoming and to our national heritage,� said FLNHS Sup
The Torrington Telegram Old traditions resurrected at the Fort
The Torrington Telegram / Posted 11 days ago
relevant to the people of Wyoming and to our national heritage,� said FLNHS Superintendent Tom Baker. Members of the WANG Medical Detachment finished their annual training with formal ceremonies at FLNHS, including a changing of the battery... Read more
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DCMilitary.com
Navy Medical Service Corps Celebrates 68 Years of ServiceProfessionalism, jointness and family are three values officers of the Navy’s M
Navy Medical Service Corps Celebrates 68 Years of Service
DCMilitary.com / Posted 12 days ago
Professionalism, jointness and family are three values officers of the Navy’s Medical Service Corps (MSC) focus on to better serve beneficiaries and the nation, said Rear Adm. Terry J. Moulton. The director of the MSC, Moulton discussed the state of... Read more
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
UMass Med student creates training module detecting opioid overdose16, 2015 at 6:29 AM WORCESTER - Jonathan J. Gammel spent his summer doing some
UMass Med student creates training module detecting opioid overdose
Worcester Telegram & Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
16, 2015 at 6:29 AM WORCESTER - Jonathan J. Gammel spent his summer doing something that will save lives.The 23-year-old medical student at UMass Medical School developed a module that will be used to train patients at Spectrum Health Systems... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
British troops learn what it's like to face Russian forces as they train UkrainiansBut British soldiers of 1st Bn The Yorkshire Regiment and 4 Armoured Medical Re
British troops learn what it's like to face Russian forces as they train Ukrainians
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
But British soldiers of 1st Bn The Yorkshire Regiment and 4 Armoured Medical Regiment are finding they can also learn from their pupils. Troops who have spent a decade honing skills against lightly-armed Taliban fighters and their roadside bombs are... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Dr. Oliver J. Steiner, retired obstetrician who delivered more than 5,000 babiesOliver J. Steiner of Depew in Lancaster, a retired obstetrician who delivered m
Dr. Oliver J. Steiner, retired obstetrician who delivered more than 5,000 babies
The Buffalo News / Posted 20 days ago
Oliver J. Steiner of Depew in Lancaster, a retired obstetrician who delivered more than 5,000 babies over the course of his medical career, died Saturday in Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital, Amherst. He was 88. Born in Pioneer, Ohio, he was a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Called for Life, By Kent and Amber BrantlyThe American doctor Kent Brantly made headlines last year when he contracted Eb
Called for Life, By Kent and Amber Brantly
AllAfrica.com / Posted 1 months ago
The American doctor Kent Brantly made headlines last year when he contracted Ebola while serving as a medical missionary in Liberia. Brantly became the first patient to ever receive the experimental drug ZMapp, and was evacuated to the U.S. for... Read more
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The Chronicle-Telegram
Avon Lake's Schasfoort stays cool in the pooltried aquatic therapy that she found this love for swimming and became competit
Avon Lake's Schasfoort stays cool in the pool
The Chronicle-Telegram / Posted 1 months ago
tried aquatic therapy that she found this love for swimming and became competitive with it.” Her parents don’t have a good medical history for Nelya prior to adoption, but they do know her type of arthrogryposis is the non-genetic type. “A lot of... Read more

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