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Lovelorn pharmacy technician shot dead his female...
technician shot dead his female colleague then turned the gun on himself at the hospital where they worked when she rejected his romantic advances Suspect, 58, shot victim at Ben...
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Uber appears ready to roll in Las Vegas
Uber, the ride-sharing company that thousands of Southern Nevada consumers have been clamoring for — and will likely result in thousands of headaches for transportation regulators and taxi company...
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Nevada Taxicab Authority
Assembly Transportation Committee
ECM Elevates Hospital’s Documentation Capabilities
By Amanda Griffith, Contributing Writer A new ECM solution helped Skagit Valley Hospital consolidate important document images and facilitate access, improving staff productivity. The enormous...
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Johannesburg - Clicks Group, a South African beauty and pharmaceutical retailer, said it plans to open 20 to 25 stores a year until 2019 and raised the full-year dividend more than analysts had...
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World Health Organization
Rui Gama Vaz
David McIntosh enjoys a rare day without Kelly Br...
No wonder he's smiling! Cheerful David McIntosh heads to the gym as he enjoys a rare day without Kelly Brook in West Hollywood He’s benefited from a remarkable turnaround after girlfriend Kelly Brook...
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West Side Neighborhood Watch
By Staff Writer WEST AKRON: Burglaries were reported at the following locations: the 700 block of Glendora Avenue Oct. 14 and 17; the 500 block of Bacon Drive Oct. 15; the 700 block of Ardmore Avenue...
Read more at West Side Leader & South Side News Leader
The Monkeys take out MFA awards Grand Prix with M...
The Monkeys take out MFA awards Grand Prix with MediaCom scoring the most wins Creative agency The Monkeys has taken out the Grand Prix at the MFA Awards tonight being recognised for its Stay Living...
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Man of the Moment
How Much for a New Customer?
At some point in planning your marketing strategy, you must decide how much you're willing to pay for a lead and what actually constitutes a qualified lead. Here's an old idea: customer lifetime...
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the Super Bowl
School tackles teen drug problem with film 102314
... 23, 2014) The nationwide scourge of addiction has cities and towns across the country seeking solutions and looking for ways to be proactive. Nantucket is making sure it is among them. “I worry...
Read more at The Inquirer and Mirror
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Two Baghdad car bombs kill 28
Car bombs near a maternity hospital and a service station in Baghdad have killed at least 28 people, the latest in a spate of blasts to hit the city, police and medics say. One of Wednesday's blasts...
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More than 5,000 patients join medical research in...
More than 5,000 patients join medical research in Norfolk and Suffolk More than 5,000 patients in Norfolk and Suffolk took part in GP-organised medical research opportunities last year, according to...
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The Apprentice archetypes: why do these awful peo...
Produces a CV claiming to have cured cancer. It turns out they just had a holiday job in a
. Of all the CV cock-ups, the most dramatic was probably that of Stuart Baggs-the-Brand – who...
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Punto! Central Luzon -
Watsons , the flagship health and beauty retail brand of the A.S. Watson Group, has been selected as Asia’s No. 1
/ Drugstore brand in the “Asia’s Top 1,000 Brands” survey 2014 by Campaign...
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Alda Ballard has lived in her Catharine Street brownstone since buying it with her husband in 1980 for $20,000. She's lived in the neighborhood for 70 years. Like many Philadelphians, Ballard clings...
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Sweat and a smartphone could become the hot new h...
A University of Cincinnati partnership is reporting a significant leap forward in health diagnostics that are more accurate than what's available today, yet considerably less invasive than something...
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Worker gets hooked on diazepam and nicks 3300 tab...
A BOOTS worker who stole thousands of tablets to feed her drug habit has told how being caught was the best thing that could have happened to her. Mum-of-two Lynda Greig had been trusted to order...
Read more at Daily Record
Pharmacy students giving free flu shots
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - College of
students at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center are giving free flu shots to homeless people who participate in a community outreach program in...
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Tennessee Health Science Center
University of Tennessee
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
College of Pharmacy
Australian Pharmaceutical Industries posts $91m l...
Australian Pharmaceutical Industries chief executive Stephen Roche says within two years the distribution of over the counter medicines and health and beauty products to the Priceline network of...
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Northern Daily Leader
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Australian Pharmaceutical Industries
Molly K. Hooper— a Capitol Hill staff writer for the respected Washington, D.C., publication “The Hill”, interviewed Congressman Jeff Denham Wednesday morning in the Manteca Museum next to the desk of...
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Manteca Chamber of Commerce
New pharmacy building takes next step
The UI’s planned new
-building project is moving forward. The regents’ Property and Facilities Committee decided on Wednesday to recommend proposals for the building to the regents. The...
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