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Greenwich Time
Greenwich Citizen’s Police Academy now accepting fall applicationsBeginning Sept. 21, running from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., the academy will run twic
Greenwich Citizen’s Police Academy now accepting fall applications
Greenwich Time / Posted 6 days ago
Beginning Sept. 21, running from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., the academy will run twice a week through Nov. 4. Participants will gain an understanding of police work from officers, learning about different aspects of law enforcement. The academy is run as... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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CBS 19 Tyler
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
CBS 19 Tyler / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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WALB Albany
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
WALB Albany / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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WAFF 48 News Huntsville
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
WAFF 48 News Huntsville / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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WTOL 11 Toledo
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
WTOL 11 Toledo / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun
Many parents aren't shielding babies from sun's harmful rays
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 11 days ago
(HealthDay News) -- Many parents aren't providing their babies with proper sun protection, a new small study finds. University of Miami researchers surveyed 95 parents, most of them black or Hispanic, and found that only about 15 percent knew... Read more
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The Daily Review
GlobalGirl Media gives East Bay girls a voiceOAKLAND -- With newsrooms shrinking nationwide, youth in our communities have b
GlobalGirl Media gives East Bay girls a voice
The Daily Review / Posted 11 days ago
OAKLAND -- With newsrooms shrinking nationwide, youth in our communities have begun to tell their own stories. GlobalGirl Media, a nonprofit organization that teaches teenage girls digital storytelling skills, was cofounded by award-winning... Read more
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Doctors Health Press
Fewer Moles Linked to Thicker, More Aggressive Melanoma Individuals who have as many as 50 or more moles on their bodies should be ca
Fewer Moles Linked to Thicker, More Aggressive Melanoma
Doctors Health Press / Posted 11 days ago
Individuals who have as many as 50 or more moles on their bodies should be cautious, as they have a higher risk of developing melanoma. However, according to new research from the American... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
GlobalGirl Media gives East Bay girls a voiceOAKLAND -- With newsrooms shrinking nationwide, youth in our communities have b
GlobalGirl Media gives East Bay girls a voice
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 12 days ago
OAKLAND -- With newsrooms shrinking nationwide, youth in our communities have begun to tell their own stories. GlobalGirl Media, a nonprofit organization that teaches teenage girls digital storytelling skills, was cofounded by award-winning... Read more
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Medical News Today
People with fewer moles may face risk of more aggressive melanomaWhile people with more than 50 moles may be at higher risk of developing melano
People with fewer moles may face risk of more aggressive melanoma
Medical News Today / Posted 12 days ago
While people with more than 50 moles may be at higher risk of developing melanoma, people who have fewer moles may be at greater risk of developing more aggressive melanoma. Having a large number of moles is a known risk factor for melanoma, the... Read more
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New Kerala
Chronic skin disorder triggers depression People with the psoriasis common skin condition may be at increased risk of d
Chronic skin disorder triggers depression
New Kerala / Posted 12 days ago
People with the psoriasis common skin condition may be at increased risk of depression, says a new study. Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disease that results in thick, red skin with flaky, silver-white... Read more
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FOX News
Skin cancer more aggressive with fewer moles presentPeople who have fewer moles may be at higher risk for aggressive melanoma than
Skin cancer more aggressive with fewer moles present
FOX News / Posted 13 days ago
People who have fewer moles may be at higher risk for aggressive melanoma than those with more numerous moles, according to a new study. Researchers reviewed the charts of 281 patients with the skin cancer melanoma who visited a Boston hospital in... Read more
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Orange County Register
From survivor to researcher: Tustin teen spends summer working at hospital that saved his lifeAs Sebastian Sanchez-Luege routinely walks the City of Hope campus this summer,
From survivor to researcher: Tustin teen spends summer working at hospital that saved his life
Orange County Register / Posted 14 days ago
As Sebastian Sanchez-Luege routinely walks the City of Hope campus this summer, snapshots from his childhood flash before his eyes. They’re not all happy scenes. But along paths in the rose garden – as memories flicker of Sanchez-Luege steering... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Best description of Oklahoma School of Science and Math: awesomeAs of the end of 2014, 1,407 OSSM graduates have received $123 million in schol
Best description of Oklahoma School of Science and Math: awesome
The Oklahoman / Posted 15 days ago
As of the end of 2014, 1,407 OSSM graduates have received $123 million in scholarship offers. This group includes 380 National Merit Finalists — that’s an average of 15 a year, or more than 20 percent of each OSSM graduating class. But here’s the... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Good News: Student will get to see Greece while she can still walkWhile she could still walk, Hope Herring wanted to visit Greece. The 12-year-ol
Good News: Student will get to see Greece while she can still walk
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 18 days ago
While she could still walk, Hope Herring wanted to visit Greece. The 12-year-old had studied the country in history class last year and became fascinated with its art, statues, culture and Olympic history. Now she’ll become even more familiar. Hope... Read more
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The Advocate
Church program offers boys guidance on education, community, current eventsThe question was put to a group of youngsters on a Saturday morning as they ass
Church program offers boys guidance on education, community, current events
The Advocate / Posted 18 days ago
The question was put to a group of youngsters on a Saturday morning as they assembled in New St. John Baptist Church for “A Gathering of Neighborhood Boys,” an initiative the church began this year in conjunction with its monthlong “Boy’s Academy,”... Read more
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South Maryland News
Summer academy provides support, head start for collegeA program to help College of Southern Maryland students from disadvantaged back
Summer academy provides support, head start for college
South Maryland News / Posted 19 days ago
A program to help College of Southern Maryland students from disadvantaged backgrounds succeed in their studies is now in its second year of offering a summer program to give incoming students a head start on college. “We used to call it a boot... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
WLU academy a jumpstart to successProviding a jumpstart on college, the program is coordinated by the Department
WLU academy a jumpstart to success
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 24 days ago
Providing a jumpstart on college, the program is coordinated by the Department of Learning and Student Development, located in WLU's Main Hall. Nine students enrolled in this year's program, which took place during the past week. ACADEMY... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Fun At Summer AcademyHoly Name Catholic School’s four-week Summer Academy titled “This Week, I Will
Fun At Summer Academy
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 25 days ago
Holy Name Catholic School’s four-week Summer Academy titled “This Week, I Will Build...” came to a close on Thursday. For their last project, second through fourth grade students in Marlene McNamee’s class constructed bridges using popsicle sticks.... Read more
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Deseret News
Geek Squad teaches students the wonders of technologySALT LAKE CITY — A teenage boy gently set his group's robot on the neon yellow
Geek Squad teaches students the wonders of technology
Deseret News / Posted 26 days ago
SALT LAKE CITY — A teenage boy gently set his group's robot on the neon yellow tape in the middle of the room, hoping the robot would follow the sequence of commands his group programmed for it moments earlier. Slowly but surely, the robot executed... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Dancing with classmates at campMichael Penn | Juneau Empire Kuduat Shorty of Canada dances in with his classm
Dancing with classmates at camp
Juneau Empire / Posted 27 days ago
Michael Penn | Juneau Empire Kuduat Shorty of Canada dances in with his classmates during the final day of a two-week summer camp at the University of Alaska Southeast on Friday. Twenty-three students attended the Goldbelt Heritage Foundation High... Read more
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The Advocate
Community briefs for August 4, 2015City Year Baton Rouge receives national award City Year Baton Rouge, a nationa
Community briefs for August 4, 2015
The Advocate / Posted 29 days ago
City Year Baton Rouge receives national award City Year Baton Rouge, a national education-focused nonprofit that partners with public schools to help students stay on track to graduate, has received the Stephen G. Woodsum Best of City Year Award... Read more

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