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Lifehacker
Career Spotlight: What I Do as an Executive Body Guardand effective communication between teams and individuals that has nothing to d
Career Spotlight: What I Do as an Executive Body Guard
Lifehacker / Posted an hour ago
and effective communication between teams and individuals that has nothing to do with brute force. An ‘executive protection specialist’ reached out to us to share his career and explain what it’s like to work in the security industry. Tell us about... Read more
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Daily Record
Service by veterans hailed at Morris County ceremonyon patriotism. A trio of bagpipers that included Morris County Prosecutor's Off
Service by veterans hailed at Morris County ceremony
Daily Record / Posted an hour ago
on patriotism. A trio of bagpipers that included Morris County Prosecutor's Office Lt. Robert McNally, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, played "Minstrel Boy" and "Amazing Grace." The Marine Corps Color Guard from Picatinny Arsenal and the Morris... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Inside Branford’s New U.S. Army Reserve Training Centerfacility. The OMS building is enclosed with fencing and a security sign is pos
Inside Branford’s New U.S. Army Reserve Training Center
New Haven Independent / Posted 2 days ago
facility. The OMS building is enclosed with fencing and a security sign is posted. Carol Labashosky, public affairs specialist with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, said work will be complete by the end of June and a staff of about 20 will... Read more
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Air Force Times
'Nickled and dimed': The military pay crunch is on a course to get considerably worseis shrinking. The military commissary benefit is under fire. And now Congress
'Nickled and dimed': The military pay crunch is on a course to get considerably worse
Air Force Times / Posted 4 days ago
is shrinking. The military commissary benefit is under fire. And now Congress may start charging active-duty families for medical care. If lawmakers follow through with the least generous pay-and-benefits proposals under consideration as part of... Read more
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Boston Globe
Patriots name MGH surgeon Mark Price team’s head physicianthat orthopedic surgeon Mark D. Price of Massachusetts General Hospital has bee
Patriots name MGH surgeon Mark Price team’s head physician
Boston Globe / Posted 7 days ago
that orthopedic surgeon Mark D. Price of Massachusetts General Hospital has been named the team’s head physician and medical director, the third doctor to hold that title in the last four years. Price replaces Dr. Matthew Provencher, the... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Quebec's David Saint-Jacques named Canada's newest astronautBains announced his assignment. "A mission like this makes Canada much bigger.
Quebec's David Saint-Jacques named Canada's newest astronaut
Calgary Sun / Posted 9 days ago
Bains announced his assignment. "A mission like this makes Canada much bigger." Training for Saint-Jacques, who is a medical, engineering and astrophysics specialist, begins this summer in Canada, Russia, Japan and the United... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Topeka veteran searches for answers, 13 years after chemical exposure in Taji, Iraqdiscussed his story with The Topeka Capital-Journal during an interview at his
Topeka veteran searches for answers, 13 years after chemical exposure in Taji, Iraq
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 10 days ago
discussed his story with The Topeka Capital-Journal during an interview at his home a day after returning from a medical evaluation tied to the incident. The incident, less than two months after the U.S. military began its invasion of... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Arizona war dead: Casualties in Iraq and Afghanistandegrees in avionics and unmanned aerial vehicle technology from Cochise College
Arizona war dead: Casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan
The Arizona Republic / Posted 12 days ago
degrees in avionics and unmanned aerial vehicle technology from Cochise College. He lived in Sierra Vista.2014Wyatt Martin, Specialist, U.S. Army Dec. 12, 2014: Spc. Wyatt J. Martin, 22, died in Parwan province, Afghanistan, when the vehicle he was... Read more
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CBS Denver
Injured Veteran Lobbies For VA To Pay For IVFbe lobbying lawmakers for change. “I want a family, we want a family more than
Injured Veteran Lobbies For VA To Pay For IVF
CBS Denver / Posted 15 days ago
be lobbying lawmakers for change. “I want a family, we want a family more than anything,” Tyler Wilson told CBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh. Crystal Black and Tyler Wilson (credit: CBS) His marriage to Crystal Black is set for July 1, but... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Community, family and faith help Wilmington child beat cancernationwide being diagnosed with bilateral Wilms'.

Chris said her husband,

Community, family and faith help Wilmington child beat cancer
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 19 days ago
nationwide being diagnosed with bilateral Wilms'.

Chris said her husband, Pete, a helicopter pilot in the Marine Corps, received orders for their family to move to Orlando just two days prior. After Abigail's diagnosis those orders were... Read more

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The Shawano Leader
Prevea seeks Shawano clinic sitethe proposed site. Plans have been submitted or discussed with the state Depar
Prevea seeks Shawano clinic site
The Shawano Leader / Posted 20 days ago
the proposed site. Plans have been submitted or discussed with the state Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Todd Vesperman, a regional section chief with the Corps of Engineers, said federal officials believe the... Read more
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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 23 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 27 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 30 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 a month 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 1 months 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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