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... study is the first to address whether oral anticholinergic medications affect the risk of pneumonia in older people," said senior author Sascha Dublin, MD, PhD, a Group Health physician and Group...
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2015/03/02 13:53
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WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama's controversial executive action on immigration has highlighted a thorny health care issue for states: Potentially millions of immigrants could legally stay here...
2015/02/26 16:49
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This piece comes to us courtesy of Stateline. Stateline is a nonpartisan, nonprofit news service of the Pew Charitable Trusts that provides daily reporting and analysis on trends in state...
2015/02/26 14:20
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Nearly two months after Cristian "Chris" Zamora went missing, friends and family will gather in Urbana in an effort to jumpstart the investigation into his disappearance. "The case has gone cold,"...
2015/02/24 14:19
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Niels Veldhuis | A responsible budget that does little to move the economy forward Against the backdrop of depressed commodity prices, a sluggish economy and fiscal mayhem in many other provinces...
2015/02/24 01:10
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The Louisville Courier-Journal, WDRB and Insider Louisville obtained a Recent University of Louisville campus police incident report. The complaint from the unidentified female, who claims to be an...
2015/02/23 23:03
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Hires/Promotions/Honors First Niagara Financial Group appointed Stephen Pezzino Western New York regional sales manager of the company’s mortgage division. Pezzino will manage the Western New York...
2015/02/22 22:45
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In a Recent University of Cincinnati study published in Neurology, subjects with Parkinson’s Disease were given shots of two supposedly similar medications. They were told that the first was more...
2015/02/22 12:38
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The recruitment effort had been planned before the Paris terrorist massacres earlier in January, carried out by militants claiming to act in the name of Islam. But the news was very much on the minds...
2015/02/20 16:49
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Gum doesn't just refresh your breath -- it can also revitalize your body. In a 2012 study from the UK, people who chewed gum for 15 minutes felt more alert than those who didn't pop a piece. "Chewing...
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Record Staff I’tustolagalis – Rising Up, Together: St. Michael’s Residential School in Alert Bay, B.C. — one of five remaining residential schools in the province — is slated for demolition later...
2015/02/17 00:18
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Gas prices have fallen 40% since September, giving consumers a 'tax break' of more than $60 billion, according to Morgan Stanley chief US economist Ellen Zentner. As gas prices fell, the pace of real...
2015/02/16 12:15
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Bradley Jackson was a loveable larrikin whose sudden death shocked the close-knit Helensburgh community. Bradley Jackson was a loveable larrikin whose sudden death in a quad bike accident on June 28...
2015/02/15 07:17
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Sportsmen protesting efforts to put public land under state ownership Photo by Dave Buchanan—Long-revered public treasures such as the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, a favorite haunt for thousands of...
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When Brush visited Hudson on Jan. 10, the Arcs struggled to get much going offensively as the Explorers ran a tight ship defensively in a 56-39 win. In the Arcs� potential payback game Feb. 13 at...
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The University of Otago has for the first time this year introduced a ''minor'' study area in this subject, and there are early signs it is likely to become a popular study option. Criminology is...
2015/02/12 11:12
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City smog lowers children's IQ. This is among findings from a Recent University of Montana study that found children living in cities with significant air pollution are at an increased risk for...
2015/02/11 15:35
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By Errol Castens OXFORD – For the 28 people who celebrated their graduation from Third Judicial District Drug Court on Tuesday, the past three years have been an uphill battle. It was uphill because...
2015/02/11 07:57
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Durham’s Poverty Reduction Initiative met last Wednesday to lay out strategies for reducing poverty levels in Durham. The initiatives center around Durham's Census Tract 10.01, a large section of...
2015/02/08 10:59
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A survey shows students are increasingly opting for universities with a strong digital infrastructure. Gone are the days when classrooms were limited to a monotonous teacher-student relationship...
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