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Louisiana Weekly
Vietnam vets push VA to link bladder cancer to Agent Orangecancer, which is the fourth-most common cancer among men in the U.S. In a recen
Vietnam vets push VA to link bladder cancer to Agent Orange
Louisiana Weekly / Posted 2 days ago
cancer, which is the fourth-most common cancer among men in the U.S. In a recent one-year period, the VA said it provided medical care to nearly 5,500 Vietnam vets with the disease, though that isn’t a complete accounting since many vets received... Read more
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The Jacksonville Daily News
Lawsuit filed against VA over toxic Camp Lejeune water“Between 1953 and 1987, nearly one million Marines, sailors, civilian employees
Lawsuit filed against VA over toxic Camp Lejeune water
The Jacksonville Daily News / Posted 7 days ago
“Between 1953 and 1987, nearly one million Marines, sailors, civilian employees, and military family members aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune unknowingly drank, cooked with, and bathed in contaminated water.”The organizations — The Few, The... Read more
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Task & Purpose
Sleep Disorders Among Troops Are More Damaging Than We Realizemay have significant sleep disturbances or sleep disorders. According to Dr. V
Sleep Disorders Among Troops Are More Damaging Than We Realize
Task & Purpose / Posted 9 days ago
may have significant sleep disturbances or sleep disorders. According to Dr. Vincent Mysliwiec, the Army’s top sleep specialist at Fort Hood, Texas, the Army alone reported a 19-fold increase in insomnia from 2000 through 2009. “If this was... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
People on the Move, April 24, 2016and wellness, routine physicals, chronic disease management and acute illnesses
People on the Move, April 24, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
and wellness, routine physicals, chronic disease management and acute illnesses. As a fellowship-trained sleep medicine specialist, he treats patients with sleep disturbances such as sleep apnea, insomnia or restless leg syndrome. He is... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
NRHA Newsletter - CMS: Rural hospitals ranked best by patients - Membership Blog Events Subscribe In this issue: • US News: Rural kids face special challenges when seriously ill • CMS says 5-star hospitals tend to be small rural • Heroin...as well as rules permitting non-teaching hospitals to start training residents
NRHA Newsletter - CMS: Rural hospitals ranked best by patients - Membership Blog Events Subscribe In this issue: • US News: Rural kids face special challenges when seriously ill • CMS says 5-star hospitals tend to be small rural • Heroin...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 13 days ago
as well as rules permitting non-teaching hospitals to start training residents and begin receiving Medicare graduate medical education funding. Get updates on and connect with experts in medical education at NRHA’s Rural Medical Education... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Ryan M. Tayounhome. Born in Scranton, he was the son of Dr. Paul and Lori Tayoun, and the la
Ryan M. Tayoun
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 13 days ago
home. Born in Scranton, he was the son of Dr. Paul and Lori Tayoun, and the late Kimberlie Prompovitch. He worked as a medical billing specialist at the Hazleton Urgent Care Center. Preceding him in death, in addition to his mother, were his... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Soldier sues MoD for £200k because it was 'too cold' on skiing tripto minus 30 degree Celsius cold during the session codenamed “Exercise Frozen F
Soldier sues MoD for £200k because it was 'too cold' on skiing trip
Daily Mirror / Posted 15 days ago
to minus 30 degree Celsius cold during the session codenamed “Exercise Frozen Fun” with 105 Regiment, Royal Logistical Corps, in Canada in 2014. He is seeking damages of between £150,000 and £200,000 from the MoD. In a writ lodged at London’s... Read more
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CBS Sports
2016 NFL Mock Draft: Top tackle Tunsil takes a tumble after tradeRobinson looks ready to take the next step if the Jaguars can just find more pl
2016 NFL Mock Draft: Top tackle Tunsil takes a tumble after trade
CBS Sports / Posted 17 days ago
Robinson looks ready to take the next step if the Jaguars can just find more playmakers on defense. Jack comes with some medical concerns, but could be the perfect addition to Gus Bradley's defense, showing the combination of instincts,... Read more
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Boston Globe
Her decision, their life: A Boston Marathon survivor debates whether to live with pain or become a double-amputeeto lock her foot into place. Each time, she and Patrick would get their hopes
Her decision, their life: A Boston Marathon survivor debates whether to live with pain or become a double-amputee
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
to lock her foot into place. Each time, she and Patrick would get their hopes up. Then doubt would creep in or another specialist would dash the plan. Even as a nurse, with a radiologist father, she found it impossible to navigate. And the more... Read more
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NBC Sports: Inside the Irish
Offenseand a potential breakout player in Jones, the depth chart is filled with top-sh
Offense
NBC Sports: Inside the Irish / Posted 25 days ago
and a potential breakout player in Jones, the depth chart is filled with top-shelf talent. Add in a rebuilt receiving corps likely facing some growing pains and the tight ends could be primed for a bounce back. Torii Hunter. Hunter is Notre... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Probe to see if Great Kills Park contamination impacts seawall projectis meant to help officials characterize the nature and extent of the contaminat
Probe to see if Great Kills Park contamination impacts seawall project
Staten Island Advance / Posted 1 months ago
is meant to help officials characterize the nature and extent of the contamination at Great Kills, where the city once used medical and sanitary waste to turn wetlands into recreational land along the waterfront. Soil and water sampling for both... Read more

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