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2015/05/20 20:33
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Eric Miller has joined DLA Piper’s corporate practice as of counsel in the Baltimore office. Miller was a longtime corporate and restructuring partner at DLA Piper and its predecessor firms, leaving...
2015/05/20 20:33
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2015/05/19 16:52
2015/05/19 16:52
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Known as Jack, Dr. Templeton, a noted pediatric surgeon, retired from medicine in 1995 to manage the foundation created in 1987 by his father, Sir John Templeton, the pioneer global investor and...
2015/05/19 08:08
2015/05/19 08:08
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An important link between the human body clock and the immune system has relevance for better understanding inflammatory and infectious diseases, discovered collaborators at the Perelman School of...
2015/05/18 19:00
2015/05/18 19:00
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League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania-Citizen Education Fund Nonpartisan Voters Guide 2015 Municipal Primary Election May 19, 2015 Polls open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. This Voters Guide may be taken into...
2015/05/17 08:31
2015/05/17 08:31
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As a boy growing up in Nanticoke, Stanley Dudrick, M.D., showed interest in plants and nutrition. That interest led him to invent something that saved millions of lives around the world and earned...
2015/05/17 06:38
2015/05/17 06:38
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Omega-3 diet can curb anti-social behaviour in kids A diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids commonly found in fish oil helps reduce anti-social and aggressive behaviour problems in children, shows a...
2015/05/16 16:43
2015/05/16 16:43
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What would make a smoker more likely to quit, a big reward for succeeding or a little penalty for failing? That is what researchers wanted to know when they assigned a large group of CVS employees to...
2015/05/16 05:51
2015/05/16 05:51
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A federal panel concluded Friday that the medical scopes linked to a deadly string of superbug outbreaks are unsafe as designed and urged the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to do more to protect...
2015/05/15 17:33
2015/05/15 17:33
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This marks three consecutive years the hospital system earned a consistently high safety record. The Leapfrog Group has been awarding safety scores since May 2012. Dickinson County Memorial Hospital...
2015/05/15 14:28
2015/05/15 14:28
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Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a circulatory problem in which narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to your limbs, particularly in your legs. Symptoms of PAD occur along a spectrum. Mild symptoms...
2015/05/11 19:52
2015/05/11 19:52
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The bill would give the city a year to negotiate the terms of the purchase with the current owners; it must sign an agreement of sale by June of 2016. Councilman Bobby Henon, who chairs the public...
2015/05/10 19:52
2015/05/10 19:52
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If the Rutgers professor has his way, all inner-city teens will someday spit into a tube at the school nurse's office. Then the nurse would test their saliva for the presence of a telltale protein...
2015/05/10 19:08
2015/05/10 19:08
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Therese S. Richmond, PhD, CRNP, FAAN, the Andrea B. Laporte Professor of Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, received the Claire M. Fagin Distinguished Researcher Award on...
2015/05/07 21:39
2015/05/07 21:39
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... sugar part of our biomembranes are as crucial to our health as our DNA, and yet we know almost nothing about it," said Virgil Percec, a professor of chemistry in the University of Pennsylvania...
2015/04/30 11:31
2015/04/30 11:31
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When President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf tapped CSA boss George Werner to head the Ministry of Education, it came as a surprise to many and perhaps the question on their minds was, "Is he the right one...
2015/04/29 15:17
2015/04/29 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Aberdeen Skeptics in the Pub - Positive Psychology is for Rich People The evening will consist of an informal talk from Dr James C. Coyne who will provide a thorough update of...
2015/04/28 07:08
2015/04/28 07:08
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A protein that normally fosters tissue repair instead acts to inhibit healing when sugar levels are high, according to a study in The Journal of Cell Biology. The role reversal helps explain why...
2015/04/27 00:27
2015/04/27 00:27
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By Albert Shar, Ph.D QERTech Albert O. Shar, Ph.D., is managing principal at QERT and finds practical technical solutions to today’s real world problems. Previously, Shar was the first vice president...
2015/05/20 20:33
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