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FOX News
CPR outcomes may be better with heavier rescuersstop average people from getting CPR training, said Dr. Robert Shesser, chair o
CPR outcomes may be better with heavier rescuers
FOX News / Posted 12 hours ago
stop average people from getting CPR training, said Dr. Robert Shesser, chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences in the District of Columbia, who was not involved... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Activist law professor calls for Mosby disbarment over prosecution in Freddie Gray caseprosecution of six city police officers in the Freddie Gray case. John F. Banz
Activist law professor calls for Mosby disbarment over prosecution in Freddie Gray case
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 hours ago
prosecution of six city police officers in the Freddie Gray case. John F. Banzhaf III, a public interest law professor at the George Washington University Law School in Washington, said he intended to mail a full complaint against Mosby to the... Read more
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WWAY 3 Wilmington
CAA joins men's basketball officiating alliance with ACC, BIG EAST & A-10consists of Davidson College, the University of Dayton, Duquesne University, Fo
CAA joins men's basketball officiating alliance with ACC, BIG EAST & A-10
WWAY 3 Wilmington / Posted yesterday
consists of Davidson College, the University of Dayton, Duquesne University, Fordham University, George Mason University, The George Washington University, La Salle University, the University of Massachusetts, the University of Rhode Island,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
New U.S. Ambassador Presents Letter of Credenceof Allen and Diane Elder. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Unive
New U.S. Ambassador Presents Letter of Credence
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
of Allen and Diane Elder. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Kentucky and a Master of Arts from the George Washington University. Her career has spanned both civil and foreign service. She served as a Trade Policy... Read more
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dna
8 Inspiring celebrities who are advocates of mental healthabout himself makes him insecure and anxious and that's why he usually shies aw
8 Inspiring celebrities who are advocates of mental health
dna / Posted 5 days ago
about himself makes him insecure and anxious and that's why he usually shies away from interviews. In a speech he gave at the George Washington University graduation, he spoke about how the University must provide help to students with mental... Read more
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SkyHi Daily News
Hamilton: Gun-free zones, more harm than helpof Nebraska 2015 Alumni Achievement Award. He was educated at the University of
Hamilton: Gun-free zones, more harm than help
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
of Nebraska 2015 Alumni Achievement Award. He was educated at the University of Oklahoma, the Army Language School, the George Washington University, the Infantry School, the U.S Naval War College, the University of Nebraska, and Harvard... Read more
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SkyHi Daily News
Hamitlon: Gun-free zones, more harm than helpof Nebraska 2015 Alumni Achievement Award. He was educated at the University of
Hamitlon: Gun-free zones, more harm than help
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
of Nebraska 2015 Alumni Achievement Award. He was educated at the University of Oklahoma, the Army Language School, the George Washington University, the Infantry School, the U.S Naval War College, the University of Nebraska, and Harvard... Read more
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Newsmax
Americans Emergency Savings: 66 Million Have Zero Extra Cashin the U.S. population. "People do not have a buffer to shield themselves," An
Americans Emergency Savings: 66 Million Have Zero Extra Cash
Newsmax / Posted 7 days ago
in the U.S. population. "People do not have a buffer to shield themselves," Annamaria Lusardi, professor of economics at the George Washington University School of Business Lusardi, told Bankrate.com. "If they are hit by a shock – the car breaks... Read more
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Bankrate.com
The best way to automate your savingsfinancial hardship when employers start making cuts. One of the experts I inte
The best way to automate your savings
Bankrate.com / Posted 7 days ago
financial hardship when employers start making cuts. One of the experts I interviewed for the piece, Annamaria Lusardi of the George Washington University School of Business, made a great point that I didn't have room to include in the story:... Read more
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News 10 NBC Rochester
Millions of Americans have no emergency savingsafter age 25, with those 71-years or older leading the way at 47 percent. Anna
Millions of Americans have no emergency savings
News 10 NBC Rochester / Posted 8 days ago
after age 25, with those 71-years or older leading the way at 47 percent. Annamaria Lusardi, a professor of economics at the George Washington University School of Business, says the U.S. isn’t doing a great job of encouraging people to have... Read more
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The Hill
Faith and politics in the age of Trumpreflection, "Keep asking that question and tell us what you hear." Driskell is
Faith and politics in the age of Trump
The Hill / Posted 8 days ago
reflection, "Keep asking that question and tell us what you hear." Driskell is a lobbyist and adjunct professor of religion and politics at the George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management. Follow him on Twitter @q_driske... Read more
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Bankrate.com
Why These 2 People Are So Glad They Had Emergency Savingssavings at all. Annamaria Lusardi calls this phenomenon "financial fragility."
Why These 2 People Are So Glad They Had Emergency Savings
Bankrate.com / Posted 8 days ago
savings at all. Annamaria Lusardi calls this phenomenon "financial fragility." She is a professor of economics at the George Washington University School of Business and academic director of the Global Financial Literacy Excellence... Read more
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The GW Hatchet
More than 45 faculty contribute to anesthesiology review bookI immediately knew I wanted to work with Dr. Berger, the program director for t
More than 45 faculty contribute to anesthesiology review book
The GW Hatchet / Posted 9 days ago
I immediately knew I wanted to work with Dr. Berger, the program director for the anesthesiology residency program at the George Washington University, to see if we could put together a high-quality study material for trainees around the... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
A long, hot summer: Five more small colleges could lose accreditationBy Ryan Lasker, The George Washington University It’s been a rough semester fo
A long, hot summer: Five more small colleges could lose accreditation
The Record Searchlight / Posted 9 days ago
By Ryan Lasker, The George Washington University It’s been a rough semester for small schools. In May, Burlington College shuttered and, this month, Dowling College in Long Island, N.Y., barely survived the spring. Now, five more are in trouble as... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
A long, hot summer: Five more small colleges could lose accreditationBy Ryan Lasker, The George Washington University It’s been a rough semester fo
A long, hot summer: Five more small colleges could lose accreditation
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 9 days ago
By Ryan Lasker, The George Washington University It’s been a rough semester for small schools. In May, Burlington College shuttered and, this month, Dowling College in Long Island, N.Y., barely survived the spring. Now, five more are in trouble as... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Type 2 diabetes risk lowered with 15 minute walk due to improved blood sugar levels, study showsresearcher of a study recently published in the journal Diabetes Care, and chai
Type 2 diabetes risk lowered with 15 minute walk due to improved blood sugar levels, study shows
Bel Marra Health / Posted 10 days ago
researcher of a study recently published in the journal Diabetes Care, and chair of the Department of Exercise Science at The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services, to find a more accessible way for people prone... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Virginia L. GibbonsGibbons. She attended local schools and graduated from Martinsburg High School
Virginia L. Gibbons
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 11 days ago
Gibbons. She attended local schools and graduated from Martinsburg High School in 1964; Shepherd University in 1968; and the George Washington University Law School in 1974. Virgina worked as senior attorney advisor for the Office of... Read more
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The Mercury News
Sanders moves to keep his political revolution aliveafter the primaries when a much larger section of America wants to tune in and
Sanders moves to keep his political revolution alive
The Mercury News / Posted 12 days ago
after the primaries when a much larger section of America wants to tune in and show up," said David Karpf, a professor at The George Washington University who has studied internet-based progressive political movements. "There is no standard model... Read more
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PhysOrg
Walkable urban places gain on suburbsCharles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor and Chair of the Ce
Walkable urban places gain on suburbs
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor and Chair of the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at the George Washington University School of Business. Mr. Leinberger published the research with Director of Research for... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Women in construction break down barriers in male-dominated industrybusy, we're working a lot," she said. "That just kind of rolls off my shoulder.
Women in construction break down barriers in male-dominated industry
OregonLive.com / Posted 12 days ago
busy, we're working a lot," she said. "That just kind of rolls off my shoulder." Huntley studied criminal justice at The George Washington University, but never intended on pursuing a job in her field. Instead, she focused on construction and... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
The MEND protocol for Alzheimer’s disease: Functional medicine on steroids?it comes to embracing pure quackery. The last time I discussed GWU, I noted tha
The MEND protocol for Alzheimer’s disease: Functional medicine on steroids?
ScienceBlogs / Posted 12 days ago
it comes to embracing pure quackery. The last time I discussed GWU, I noted that the Center for Integrative Medicine at the George Washington University Medical Center (GWCIM) offers services that, charitably, be called pure quackery:... Read more
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SkyHi Daily News
Hamilton: Screenwriters, would you pitch these stories?of Nebraska 2015 Alumni Achievement Award. He was educated at the University of
Hamilton: Screenwriters, would you pitch these stories?
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 13 days ago
of Nebraska 2015 Alumni Achievement Award. He was educated at the University of Oklahoma, the Army Language School, the George Washington University, the Infantry School, the U.S Naval War College, the University of Nebraska, and Harvard... Read more
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Reuters
Sandy Hook didn’t change our gun laws. Orlando might.Lemieux is program director of the Security & Safety Leadership Master's Progra
Sandy Hook didn’t change our gun laws. Orlando might.
Reuters / Posted 14 days ago
Lemieux is program director of the Security & Safety Leadership Master's Program, as well as cybersecurity strategy and information management master's degree and police and security studies bachelor's degree at The George Washington Univ... Read more
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Market Watch
Should law enforcement have to get a warrant to obtain stored emails?should be required to access all email. Stephen A. Saltzburg, the Wallace and B
Should law enforcement have to get a warrant to obtain stored emails?
Market Watch / Posted 14 days ago
should be required to access all email. Stephen A. Saltzburg, the Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University professor at the George Washington University Law School, argues that subpoenas and court orders — as long as the target is notified —... Read more
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The Morning Call
How did the FBI miss Orlando shooter Omar Mateen?going to be judged in the future. David Gomez is a former FBI counterterrorism
How did the FBI miss Orlando shooter Omar Mateen?
The Morning Call / Posted 15 days ago
going to be judged in the future. David Gomez is a former FBI counterterrorism executive in Seattle and current senior fellow at the George Washington University Center for Cyber & Homeland Security. This column initially appeared in Foreign Pol... Read more
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Lowell Sun
How did the FBI miss Omar Mateen?to be judged in the future. - - - Gomez is a former FBI counterterrorism execut
How did the FBI miss Omar Mateen?
Lowell Sun / Posted 15 days ago
to be judged in the future. - - - Gomez is a former FBI counterterrorism executive in Seattle and current senior fellow at the George Washington University Center for Cyber & Homeland Security. He consults on operational and information security as... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Senate hearing targets EPA's unfunded mandatesfinal testimony of the day came from Robert Glicksman, the J.B. & Maurice C. Sh
Senate hearing targets EPA's unfunded mandates
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
final testimony of the day came from Robert Glicksman, the J.B. & Maurice C. Shapiro professor of environmental law at The George Washington University Law School, who took a contrary view from the hearing's thrust and urged lawmakers not to... Read more
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SkyHi Daily News
Hamilton: Rejection, the fear of every writerof Nebraska 2015 Alumni Achievement Award. He was educated at the University of
Hamilton: Rejection, the fear of every writer
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 20 days ago
of Nebraska 2015 Alumni Achievement Award. He was educated at the University of Oklahoma, the Army Language School, the George Washington University, the Infantry School, the U.S Naval War College, the University of Nebraska, and Harvard... Read more
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KERA North Texas
For Doctors-In-Training, A Dose Of Health Policy Helps The Medicine Go DownD.C., is trying to change that. A three-week fellowship in health policy for m
For Doctors-In-Training, A Dose Of Health Policy Helps The Medicine Go Down
KERA North Texas / Posted 20 days ago
D.C., is trying to change that. A three-week fellowship in health policy for medical residents is run jointly by the George Washington University schools of medicine and public health. In addition to hearing lectures from policy experts... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
For Doctors-In-Training, A Dose Of Health Policy Helps The Medicine Go DownD.C., is trying to change that. A three-week fellowship in health policy for m
For Doctors-In-Training, A Dose Of Health Policy Helps The Medicine Go Down
KPBS San Diego / Posted 20 days ago
D.C., is trying to change that. A three-week fellowship in health policy for medical residents is run jointly by the George Washington University schools of medicine and public health. In addition to hearing lectures from policy experts... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
'X-Men's' Jennifer Lawrence, 'Blindspot's' Jaimie Alexander and the Effects of Body MakeupTanzi, founder and director of Capital Laser & Skin Care and assistant clinical
'X-Men's' Jennifer Lawrence, 'Blindspot's' Jaimie Alexander and the Effects of Body Makeup
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 20 days ago
Tanzi, founder and director of Capital Laser & Skin Care and assistant clinical professor, Department of Dermatology at the George Washington University Medical Center, adding, "The fact is: Any body paint can cause an allergic reaction if an... Read more
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examiner.com
Merged D.C. animal groups to unveil new name in Septemberofficer, who will keep those titles in the new organization. LaFontaine spoke J
Merged D.C. animal groups to unveil new name in September
examiner.com / Posted 23 days ago
officer, who will keep those titles in the new organization. LaFontaine spoke June 2 at an animal-focused event at the George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C. The humane society and the rescue league, which were founded... Read more
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The Space Review
Everybody wants to rule the worldthe subject including Brian Weeden, Technical Advisor at The Secure World Found
Everybody wants to rule the world
The Space Review / Posted 23 days ago
the subject including Brian Weeden, Technical Advisor at The Secure World Foundation; Dr. Peter Hays, Adjunct Professor at The George Washington University; Todd Harrison, Director for Defense Budget Analysis and Senior Fellow with the... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Zika highlights Puerto Rico's fiscal woes906 Puerto Ricans were infected with Zika as of last week, the CDC said. Sara
Zika highlights Puerto Rico's fiscal woes
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
906 Puerto Ricans were infected with Zika as of last week, the CDC said. Sara Rosenbaum, a health policy professor with the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, said in an interview that Puerto Rico's issue with... Read more
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Roll Call
Puerto Rico Zika Outbreak Highlights Island's Medicaid Woesthis time. It’s making an incredibly difficult situation even harder.” Sara Ro
Puerto Rico Zika Outbreak Highlights Island's Medicaid Woes
Roll Call / Posted 26 days ago
this time. It’s making an incredibly difficult situation even harder.” Sara Rosenbaum, a health policy professor with the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, said in an interview that Puerto Rico’s issue with... Read more
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SkyHi Daily News
Hamilton: Mosquitoes, humankind’s deadliest enemyof Nebraska 2015 Alumni Achievement Award. He was educated at the University of
Hamilton: Mosquitoes, humankind’s deadliest enemy
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 27 days ago
of Nebraska 2015 Alumni Achievement Award. He was educated at the University of Oklahoma, the Army Language School, the George Washington University, the Infantry School, the U.S Naval War College, the University of Nebraska, and Harvard... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Over 17 mn women & girls collect water in AfricaI didn't realise it would be that high," added Graham, who is professor at the
Over 17 mn women & girls collect water in Africa
Eye Witness News / Posted 27 days ago
I didn't realise it would be that high," added Graham, who is professor at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at The George Washington University. The daily practice causes musculoskeletal damage, soft tissue damage and can lead to early... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Over 17 Million Women and Girls Collect Water in Africa, At Risk of Rape and DiseaseI didn't realise it would be that high," added Graham, who is professor at the
Over 17 Million Women and Girls Collect Water in Africa, At Risk of Rape and Disease
AllAfrica.com / Posted 27 days ago
I didn't realise it would be that high," added Graham, who is professor at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at The George Washington University. The daily practice causes musculoskeletal damage, soft tissue damage and can lead to early... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
US researchers find bacteria resistant to last-resort drugthe root of the problem: inappropriate use of antibiotics. Lance Price of the A
US researchers find bacteria resistant to last-resort drug
ScienceBlogs / Posted 28 days ago
the root of the problem: inappropriate use of antibiotics. Lance Price of the Antibiotic Resistance Action Center (ARAC) at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health (where I also work) had this statement: Much like... Read more
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PhysOrg
17 million women/children tasked with household water collection in 24 African countriesProfessor of Environmental and Occupational Health at Milken Institute School o
17 million women/children tasked with household water collection in 24 African countries
PhysOrg / Posted 28 days ago
Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health at Milken Institute School of Public Health (Milken Institute SPH) at the George Washington University. "By reducing the distance to water - preferably by having water piped to each property -... Read more
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Japan Today
Cell phone radiation study raises concerns despite low risk ‹ Japan Todaysome cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a
Cell phone radiation study raises concerns despite low risk ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted a month ago
some cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a risk and environmental health expert at the George Washington University School of Public Health, said one key part of the study is not the data itself, but how it... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Cellphone radiation study raises concerns despite low risksome cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a
Cellphone radiation study raises concerns despite low risk
The Oklahoman / Posted 1 months ago
some cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a risk and environmental health expert at the George Washington University School of Public Health, said one key part of the study is not the data itself, but how it... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Cellphone radiation is it a real danger?some cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a
Cellphone radiation is it a real danger?
WWLP Springfield / Posted 1 months ago
some cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a risk and environmental health expert at the George Washington University School of Public Health, said one key part of the study is not the data itself, but how it... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Cellphone radiation study raises concerns despite low risksome cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a
Cellphone radiation study raises concerns despite low risk
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 1 months ago
some cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a risk and environmental health expert at the George Washington University School of Public Health, said one key part of the study is not the data itself, but how it... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Cellphone radiation study raises concerns despite low risksome cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a
Cellphone radiation study raises concerns despite low risk
Manila Bulletin / Posted 1 months ago
some cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a risk and environmental health expert at the George Washington University School of Public Health, said one key part of the study is not the data itself, but how it... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Cellphone radiation study raises concerns despite low risksome cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a
Cellphone radiation study raises concerns despite low risk
Inquirier.net / Posted 1 months ago
some cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a risk and environmental health expert at the George Washington University School of Public Health, said one key part of the study is not the data itself, but how it... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Cellphone radiation cancer study raises concerns despite low risksome cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a
Cellphone radiation cancer study raises concerns despite low risk
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
some cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a risk and environmental health expert at the George Washington University School of Public Health, said one key part of the study is not the data itself, but how it... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Cellphone radiation study raises concerns despite low risksome cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a
Cellphone radiation study raises concerns despite low risk
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 1 months ago
some cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a risk and environmental health expert at the George Washington University School of Public Health, said one key part of the study is not the data itself, but how it... Read more
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The Morning Call
Cellphone radiation cancer study raises concerns despite low risksome cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a
Cellphone radiation cancer study raises concerns despite low risk
The Morning Call / Posted 1 months ago
some cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a risk and environmental health expert at the George Washington University School of Public Health, said one key part of the study is not the data itself, but how it... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Cellphone radiation study raises concerns despite low risksome cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a
Cellphone radiation study raises concerns despite low risk
KGTV San Diego / Posted 1 months ago
some cancer protection as has been seen in some other cancers. George Gray, a risk and environmental health expert at the George Washington University School of Public Health, said one key part of the study is not the data itself, but how it... Read more
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