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Newsmax
No Association Between 'Bad Cholesterol' and Senior Deathscholesterol becomes a much weaker risk for cardiovascular disease with advancin
No Association Between 'Bad Cholesterol' and Senior Deaths
Newsmax / Posted 5 minutes ago
cholesterol becomes a much weaker risk for cardiovascular disease with advancing age," said researcher David Diamond of the University of South Florida. "In this analysis, we focused on the so-called 'bad cholesterol' which has been blamed for... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Older adults with high LDL-C live longer than peers with low levels of same cholesterol, say expertsA University of South Florida professor and an international team of experts ha
Older adults with high LDL-C live longer than peers with low levels of same cholesterol, say experts
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 hours ago
A University of South Florida professor and an international team of experts have found that older people with high levels of a certain type of cholesterol, known as low-density lipoprotein (LDL-C), live as long, and often longer, than their peers... Read more
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New Kerala
'Bad' cholesterol not behind elderly deaths: Researchers - newkerala.com #82422lipoprotein (LDL-C) cholesterol live as long, and often longer, than their peer
'Bad' cholesterol not behind elderly deaths: Researchers - newkerala.com #82422
New Kerala / Posted 4 hours ago
lipoprotein (LDL-C) cholesterol live as long, and often longer, than their peers with low levels of the same cholesterol, a University of South Florida professor and an international team of experts have found. The findings, which came after... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Ironclad Coffee of Scott’s Addition to be sold at Urban Farmhouse spotscoffee education came from his parents, who owned two coffee houses in Tennesse
Ironclad Coffee of Scott’s Addition to be sold at Urban Farmhouse spots
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted yesterday
coffee education came from his parents, who owned two coffee houses in Tennessee where he helped out after graduating from University of South Florida, according to a Richmond BizSense report. While in Ireland working for an Irish cultural website,... Read more
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The Hill
Rubio faces Trump-like challenger in primaryTampa-St. Petersburg, the largest in terms of registered voters,” said Susan Ma
Rubio faces Trump-like challenger in primary
The Hill / Posted yesterday
Tampa-St. Petersburg, the largest in terms of registered voters,” said Susan MacManus, a political science professor at the University of South Florida. “But the start of school, the start of football season… even if you flood the airwaves, how... Read more
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Salon.com
Officials suspend search for Florida familytell The Palm Beach Post (http://bit.ly/28YPk2E ) that the gulf’s looping curre
Officials suspend search for Florida family
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
tell The Palm Beach Post (http://bit.ly/28YPk2E ) that the gulf’s looping currents may be helping the search. University of South Florida Professor Mark Luther says debris doesn’t travel far in gulf waters, whereas anything caught in... Read more
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ABC News
Officials Suspend Search for Florida Familytell The Palm Beach Post (http://bit.ly/28YPk2E ) that the gulf's looping curre
Officials Suspend Search for Florida Family
ABC News / Posted yesterday
tell The Palm Beach Post (http://bit.ly/28YPk2E ) that the gulf's looping currents may be helping the search. University of South Florida Professor Mark Luther says debris doesn't travel far in gulf waters, whereas anything caught in... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Officials suspend search for Florida familytell The Palm Beach Post (http://bit.ly/28YPk2E ) that the gulf's looping curre
Officials suspend search for Florida family
Naples Daily News / Posted yesterday
tell The Palm Beach Post (http://bit.ly/28YPk2E ) that the gulf's looping currents may be helping the search. University of South Florida Professor Mark Luther says debris doesn't travel far in gulf waters, whereas anything caught in... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Coast Guard schedules update about search for missing familytell The Palm Beach Post (http://bit.ly/28YPk2E ) the gulf's looping currents m
Coast Guard schedules update about search for missing family
The Tampa Tribune / Posted yesterday
tell The Palm Beach Post (http://bit.ly/28YPk2E ) the gulf's looping currents may be helping the search. University of South Florida Professor Mark Luther says debris doesn't travel far in gulf waters, whereas anything caught in... Read more
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Salon.com
Coast Guard schedules update about search for missing familytell The Palm Beach Post (http://bit.ly/28YPk2E ) that the gulf’s looping curre
Coast Guard schedules update about search for missing family
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
tell The Palm Beach Post (http://bit.ly/28YPk2E ) that the gulf’s looping currents may be helping the search. University of South Florida Professor Mark Luther says debris doesn’t travel far in gulf waters, whereas anything caught in... Read more
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ArenaFan
The One-Sided Affair on I-4season. He also enjoys writing for his own personal blog. Connor is currently s
The One-Sided Affair on I-4
ArenaFan / Posted 2 days ago
season. He also enjoys writing for his own personal blog. Connor is currently studying Journalism and Communications at the University of South Florida and enjoys spending time with family and friends in his free time. You can follow Connor on... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Some Florida Board of Governors members say FGCU should rethink goals for pharmacy, dental schoolsUniversity System have pharmacy schools: the University of Florida, Florida Agr
Some Florida Board of Governors members say FGCU should rethink goals for pharmacy, dental schools
Naples Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
University System have pharmacy schools: the University of Florida, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and the University of South Florida. "I think collectively those of us who have looked at it had some reservations about pharmacy... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Wilcox ends Senate run as races are setchoice is clear" between himself and Rubio in the Aug. 30 primary. "It certain
Wilcox ends Senate run as races are set
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
choice is clear" between himself and Rubio in the Aug. 30 primary. "It certainly changes the dynamics of the race," said University of South Florida political science professor Susan MacManus of Wilcox's departure. "A two-person race is probably... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
The city must make it a priority to provide police with body camerasplunged by 88 percent, reported PoliceOne.com. Also positive results were prod
The city must make it a priority to provide police with body cameras
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 2 days ago
plunged by 88 percent, reported PoliceOne.com. Also positive results were produced by a pilot program conducted by the University of South Florida for the Orlando Police Department. It’s not often we find a win-win solution for a tense... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Gandy businesses surveyed ahead of Selmon Expressway elevated lane projecttraffic, and officials say taking it off Gandy should ease congestion at street
Gandy businesses surveyed ahead of Selmon Expressway elevated lane project
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
traffic, and officials say taking it off Gandy should ease congestion at street level. Still, a 2009 study by the University of South Florida Center for Urban Transportation Research concluded that losing the traffic passing by could hurt... Read more
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Business Wire
TECO Energy President & CEO John Ramil to Retire Aug. 31places.” Ramil received his Bachelor of Science, Master of Science and honorar
TECO Energy President & CEO John Ramil to Retire Aug. 31
Business Wire / Posted 3 days ago
places.” Ramil received his Bachelor of Science, Master of Science and honorary Doctorate degrees in Engineering from the University of South Florida (USF). In 1999, he was named USF's Distinguished Alumnus. He is the longest-serving member of the... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Curse of the Loyal Sports Fanchance are 527 to 1. Why, he had to ask, didn’t the Cubs field better teams?
The Curse of the Loyal Sports Fan
The Atlantic / Posted 3 days ago
chance are 527 to 1. Why, he had to ask, didn’t the Cubs field better teams? Another economist, Philip K. Porter, of the University of South Florida, had wondered two decades earlier whether fan loyalty might have a perverse effect on winning.... Read more
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Philly.com
Can the Army tell who's buried at the Carlisle Indian cemetery?and map to create a detailed archival portrait of the cemetery, according to fo
Can the Army tell who's buried at the Carlisle Indian cemetery?
Philly.com / Posted 3 days ago
and map to create a detailed archival portrait of the cemetery, according to forensic anthropologist Erin Kimmerle of the University of South Florida. Kimmerle helped lead the inquiry into deaths and burials at the infamous Dozier boys school in... Read more
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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Business Briefsis a Fort Myers native, graduating from Fort Myers High School in 2006. She rec
Business Briefs
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 3 days ago
is a Fort Myers native, graduating from Fort Myers High School in 2006. She received her undergraduate degrees from the University of South Florida her law degree from Stetson University College of Law and her graduate degree from Stetson... Read more
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examiner.com
UCF Knights finalize details for Saturday’s Todd Miller TournamentUCF (two teams), [Tampa] Bay Area, Naples, Gainesville, Florida Atlantic Univer
UCF Knights finalize details for Saturday’s Todd Miller Tournament
examiner.com / Posted 3 days ago
UCF (two teams), [Tampa] Bay Area, Naples, Gainesville, Florida Atlantic University (FAU), Brevard, Daytona Big Nuts, University of South Florida (USF), and Treasure Coast. Women’s: Orlando (two teams), Phoenix, Jacksonville, Fort Miami,... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Spotted eagle ray researchers hope release sheds light on speciesSur (ECOSUR) in Mexico, Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Harbor Branch/Florida Atla
Spotted eagle ray researchers hope release sheds light on species
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 3 days ago
Sur (ECOSUR) in Mexico, Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Harbor Branch/Florida Atlantic University in Fort Pierce, University of Havana’s Center for Marine Research in Cuba, and University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee. LATEST NEWS: MANATEE... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Cutters notebook: Post-baseball aspirations for Maglichbecome a doctor working in orthopaedics. But for now, that dream is on hold. Ma
Cutters notebook: Post-baseball aspirations for Maglich
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
become a doctor working in orthopaedics. But for now, that dream is on hold. Maglich was a 34th-round selection out of the University of South Florida by the Philadelphia Phillies in this month's Major League Baseball draft. And as much as his... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Chip implants not just for pets anymoreon your conversations, and here’s how to stop it According to Professor Kelli
Chip implants not just for pets anymore
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 4 days ago
on your conversations, and here’s how to stop it According to Professor Kelli Burns, who teaches mass communication at the University of South Florida, Facebook may be listening in on your conversations more often than it lets on. According to... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Marshall and Everglades foundations fete interns in Palm Beachat The Colony Gutierrez is homegrown, born in Pahokee and raised in the South
Marshall and Everglades foundations fete interns in Palm Beach
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
at The Colony Gutierrez is homegrown, born in Pahokee and raised in the South Bay-Clewiston area. She is a graduate of the University of South Florida. Her focus is hydrology. Joffre was born and raised in the Bahamas and graduated from... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Music from Prince’s vaults could be used in a musical or other intriguing projectson your conversations, and here’s how to stop it According to Professor Kelli
Music from Prince’s vaults could be used in a musical or other intriguing projects
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 5 days ago
on your conversations, and here’s how to stop it According to Professor Kelli Burns, who teaches mass communication at the University of South Florida, Facebook may be listening in on your conversations more often than it lets on. According to... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Volkswagen may cut 40 models across its many brandson your conversations, and here’s how to stop it According to Professor Kelli
Volkswagen may cut 40 models across its many brands
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 5 days ago
on your conversations, and here’s how to stop it According to Professor Kelli Burns, who teaches mass communication at the University of South Florida, Facebook may be listening in on your conversations more often than it lets on. According to... Read more
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ABC Montana
Music from Prince’s vaults could be used in a musical or other intriguing projectson your conversations, and here’s how to stop it According to Professor Kelli
Music from Prince’s vaults could be used in a musical or other intriguing projects
ABC Montana / Posted 5 days ago
on your conversations, and here’s how to stop it According to Professor Kelli Burns, who teaches mass communication at the University of South Florida, Facebook may be listening in on your conversations more often than it lets on. According to... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Victims of the Orlando nightclub massacre: Who they wereMagazine, a gay entertainment and lifestyle publication, according to his Linke
Victims of the Orlando nightclub massacre: Who they were
Chicago Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Magazine, a gay entertainment and lifestyle publication, according to his LinkedIn page, which said he attended the University of South Florida. He described himself as a "disciplined motivator," team player and problem-solver. Sotomayor's... Read more
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PGA European Tour
Koepka chases brother’s European dream in Aviemoreit is as a huge opportunity to mould his all-round game for professional life.
Koepka chases brother’s European dream in Aviemore
PGA European Tour / Posted 5 days ago
it is as a huge opportunity to mould his all-round game for professional life. “It’s awesome to be here,” said the former University of South Florida student. “It’s a little bit different scenery for me but I’m enjoying it, and it’s a little bit... Read more
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PhysOrg
An Antarctic sponge offers new hope against deadly MRSA infectionwhy McClintock, fellow UAB biology professor Chuck Amsler, Ph.D., and Bill Bake
An Antarctic sponge offers new hope against deadly MRSA infection
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
why McClintock, fellow UAB biology professor Chuck Amsler, Ph.D., and Bill Baker, Ph.D., professor at the University of South Florida, have spent the past two decades investigating the defensive mechanisms of marine algae, sponges... Read more
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Boise Weekly
The Kids Aren't Alright: Idaho Has No Means to Adequately Track Birth Defectsnoted that Idaho is one of probably six states that have basically never done a
The Kids Aren't Alright: Idaho Has No Means to Adequately Track Birth Defects
Boise Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
noted that Idaho is one of probably six states that have basically never done anything to set up a registry," said University of South Florida professor Dr. Russell Kirby, who serves on the executive committee of the NBDPN. Meanwhile,... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solutionBut summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist,
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solution
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 5 days ago
But summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist, Dr. David Diamond, a professor at the University of South Florida, calls it an epidemic. That country continues to see, on average, 37 deaths a year due to small... Read more
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New Kerala
For children with Tourette syndrome, environmental responses to tics play big role - newkerala.com #79920letting them know a tic is about to manifest, said Jones, who worked with child
For children with Tourette syndrome, environmental responses to tics play big role - newkerala.com #79920
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
letting them know a tic is about to manifest, said Jones, who worked with children with Tourette syndrome in a lab at the University of South Florida for two years prior to returning to UGA for graduate school. Children with Tourette syndrome may... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Florida drops into bottom one-fifth in nation for child well-beingimprovements in other states that outpace Florida's progress, said Norin Dollar
Florida drops into bottom one-fifth in nation for child well-being
Naples Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
improvements in other states that outpace Florida's progress, said Norin Dollard, director of Florida's Kids Count at the University of South Florida in Tampa. "We have improved over time," she said. One in four children live in poverty, or... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
How 'Orange Is the New Black' and other shows raise awareness of criminal justice and prison issuesfor presenting a distorted view of prison life. According to a study co-authore
How 'Orange Is the New Black' and other shows raise awareness of criminal justice and prison issues
Los Angeles Times / Posted 6 days ago
for presenting a distorted view of prison life. According to a study co-authored by Dawn Cecil, a professor at the University of South Florida, the docuseries focuses disproportionately on violent offenders in maximum security prisons,... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Potential Rubio run comes with risks, challengesa unique and independent campaign and not run as a ‘ticket.’” But a loss in ei
Potential Rubio run comes with risks, challenges
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 6 days ago
a unique and independent campaign and not run as a ‘ticket.’” But a loss in either the primary or general election, said University of South Florida political science professor Susan MacManus, would be devastating to Rubio’s career – which many... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solutionBut summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist,
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solution
The Sudbury Star / Posted 6 days ago
But summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist, Dr. David Diamond, a professor at the University of South Florida, calls it an epidemic. That country continues to see, on average, 37 deaths a year due to small... Read more
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Raw Story
An epidemic of children dying in hot cars: a tragedy that can be preventedbe standard equipment in all cars. David Diamond, Professor of Psychology, Mol
An epidemic of children dying in hot cars: a tragedy that can be prevented
Raw Story / Posted 6 days ago
be standard equipment in all cars. David Diamond, Professor of Psychology, Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology, Director, Neuroscience Collaborative Program and Center for Preclinical and Clinical Research on PTSD, University of Sout... Read more
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The Sault Star
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solutionBut summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist,
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solution
The Sault Star / Posted 7 days ago
But summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist, Dr. David Diamond, a professor at the University of South Florida, calls it an epidemic. That country continues to see, on average, 37 deaths a year due to small... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solutionBut summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist,
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solution
Northumberland Today / Posted 7 days ago
But summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist, Dr. David Diamond, a professor at the University of South Florida, calls it an epidemic. That country continues to see, on average, 37 deaths a year due to small... Read more
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Whitecourt Star
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solutionBut summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist,
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solution
Whitecourt Star / Posted 7 days ago
But summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist, Dr. David Diamond, a professor at the University of South Florida, calls it an epidemic. That country continues to see, on average, 37 deaths a year due to small... Read more
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Lacombe Globe
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solutionBut summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist,
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solution
Lacombe Globe / Posted 7 days ago
But summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist, Dr. David Diamond, a professor at the University of South Florida, calls it an epidemic. That country continues to see, on average, 37 deaths a year due to small... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
An epidemic of children dying in hot cars: a tragedy that can be preventedbe standard equipment in all cars. David Diamond, Professor of Psychology, Mol
An epidemic of children dying in hot cars: a tragedy that can be prevented
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 7 days ago
be standard equipment in all cars. David Diamond, Professor of Psychology, Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology, Director, Neuroscience Collaborative Program and Center for Preclinical and Clinical Research on PTSD, University of Sout... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solutionBut summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist,
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solution
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 7 days ago
But summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist, Dr. David Diamond, a professor at the University of South Florida, calls it an epidemic. That country continues to see, on average, 37 deaths a year due to small... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solutionBut summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist,
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solution
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 7 days ago
But summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist, Dr. David Diamond, a professor at the University of South Florida, calls it an epidemic. That country continues to see, on average, 37 deaths a year due to small... Read more
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Drayton Valley Western Review
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solutionBut summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist,
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solution
Drayton Valley Western Review / Posted 7 days ago
But summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist, Dr. David Diamond, a professor at the University of South Florida, calls it an epidemic. That country continues to see, on average, 37 deaths a year due to small... Read more
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Hinton Parklander
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solutionBut summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist,
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solution
Hinton Parklander / Posted 7 days ago
But summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist, Dr. David Diamond, a professor at the University of South Florida, calls it an epidemic. That country continues to see, on average, 37 deaths a year due to small... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solutionBut summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist,
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solution
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
But summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist, Dr. David Diamond, a professor at the University of South Florida, calls it an epidemic. That country continues to see, on average, 37 deaths a year due to small... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solutionBut summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist,
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solution
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 7 days ago
But summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist, Dr. David Diamond, a professor at the University of South Florida, calls it an epidemic. That country continues to see, on average, 37 deaths a year due to small... Read more
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Cold Lake Sun
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solutionBut summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist,
Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It’s time for a real solution
Cold Lake Sun / Posted 7 days ago
But summer is the killer, and the deaths continue. An American neuroscientist, Dr. David Diamond, a professor at the University of South Florida, calls it an epidemic. That country continues to see, on average, 37 deaths a year due to small... Read more
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