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CTV News
Pollution kills 9 million a year, costs US$4.6 trillionas, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of
CTV News / Posted a minute ago
as, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of global health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, and the lead author of the report. The report marks the first attempt to pull together... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Suspect in homicide of 92-old Montgomery woman appears in courtif the dog was also beaten when the assailant was in Gedel's home or if the pet
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 6 minutes ago
if the dog was also beaten when the assailant was in Gedel's home or if the pet suffered from lack of food, water, and medicine before Gedel's body was found. Before retirement, Gedel worked for the Alabama Department of Public Health. Friends... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
PGA of America plays role in women in sports mentoring programMorocco’s second female sports minister. “I believe women can now be leaders t
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 13 minutes ago
Morocco’s second female sports minister. “I believe women can now be leaders today not only in sports but in fields like medicine and economics. My goal is to create a positive experience with no limitations,” Zaaraoui said Thursday at PGA of... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Camp Lejeune job fair teaches students about careers in STEMget to them early so that they can plan their high school years and their life
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 19 minutes ago
get to them early so that they can plan their high school years and their life in science and technology and engineer and medicine," Hancock said. "Our STEM fair today is really to spark that interest whether they serve in medicine in uniform or... Read more
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The Daily Cougar
Assisted suicide can be a humane practicelatter being the first in 1997. This is because assisted suicide is one of the
The Daily Cougar / Posted 21 minutes ago
latter being the first in 1997. This is because assisted suicide is one of the most controversial topics in the field of medicine as it interferes with ethical medicinal practice. But assisted suicide should be supported with the states where it... Read more
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TribLIVE
Five Murrysville residents contend for four open seats on councilcontend for four open seats on council Education: Bachelor's degree in economi
TribLIVE / Posted 24 minutes ago
contend for four open seats on council Education: Bachelor's degree in economics, University of Virginia; doctor of dental medicine, Temple University Family: Wife, Dr. Raji Balu; daughter, Ramita; son, Rakesh Education: Bachelor's degree in... Read more
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Bureau County Republican
Patel joins IVCH medical staffUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.� Her medical degree is from the Ame
Bureau County Republican / Posted 24 minutes ago
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.� Her medical degree is from the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine. Dr. Patel is the newest member of the Peru Primary Care medical practice that also includes Dr. Mark Fernandez,... Read more
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citybizlist Dallas
Acuity Healthcare Names Melissa Low CEO of Acuity Hospital of South TexasTexas. Low joined the South Texas team in June, 2017 as Chief Clinical Officer
citybizlist Dallas / Posted 26 minutes ago
Texas. Low joined the South Texas team in June, 2017 as Chief Clinical Officer after a significant career in emergency medicine and healthcare leadership. In her previous position, Low served as the Director of Adult Emergency Services at... Read more
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Business Wire
Official Sponsors of Powering Precision Health 2017 Include Top Pharmaceutical and Life Science Companiestoday announced the official event sponsors partnering with the summit to bring
Business Wire / Posted 26 minutes ago
today announced the official event sponsors partnering with the summit to bring precision health to the forefront of medicine, including: Pfizer, Bio-Rad, Abcam, The Jackson Laboratory, Cell Signaling Technology and MassBio. The summit, to be... Read more
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NBC Miami
How Solar Could Transform Puerto Rico's FutureSan Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the sh
NBC Miami / Posted 29 minutes ago
San Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the shipment while he was waiting for water, food, medicine and other goods sent from the Hyssop Church in Boston, to be distributed through the non-profit, Mentes... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Will Illinois legalize recreational marijuana?closed, neighborhood crime didn’t fall; it rose. This year, the National Acade
Chicago Tribune / Posted 30 minutes ago
closed, neighborhood crime didn’t fall; it rose. This year, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine found “substantial evidence that cannabis is an effective treatment for chronic pain in adults.” That helps explain... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Panel at Crain's health care summit: Education is key to battle opioid addictiondescribed a harrowing experience eight years ago when he discovered pain pills
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 33 minutes ago
described a harrowing experience eight years ago when he discovered pain pills from a dental procedure were still in his medicine cabinet. "They were a risk for family and my children," he said, advising people to check their medicine cabinets... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
How Solar Could Transform Puerto Rico's FutureSan Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the sh
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 43 minutes ago
San Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the shipment while he was waiting for water, food, medicine and other goods sent from the Hyssop Church in Boston, to be distributed through the non-profit, Mentes... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
Arrest made in homicide of 92-old Montgomery womanif the dog was also beaten when the assailant was in Gedel's home or if the pet
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 44 minutes ago
if the dog was also beaten when the assailant was in Gedel's home or if the pet suffered from lack of food, water, and medicine before Gedel's body was found. Before retirement, Gedel worked for the Alabama Department of Public Health. Friends... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
Arrest made in homicide of 92-old Montgomery womanif the dog was also beaten when the assailant was in Gedel's home or if the pet
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted 47 minutes ago
if the dog was also beaten when the assailant was in Gedel's home or if the pet suffered from lack of food, water, and medicine before Gedel's body was found. Before retirement, Gedel worked for the Alabama Department of Public Health. Friends... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Does diabetes make a heart attack feel different?to have a heart attack than other people, said Dr. John Wilkins, a researcher a
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 47 minutes ago
to have a heart attack than other people, said Dr. John Wilkins, a researcher at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago who wasn’t involved in the study. “They should have regular follow-up with their physicians, keep their... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
How Solar Could Transform Puerto Rico's FutureSan Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the sh
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 54 minutes ago
San Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the shipment while he was waiting for water, food, medicine and other goods sent from the Hyssop Church in Boston, to be distributed through the non-profit, Mentes... Read more
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NBC New York
How Solar Could Transform Puerto Rico's FutureSan Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the sh
NBC New York / Posted 55 minutes ago
San Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the shipment while he was waiting for water, food, medicine and other goods sent from the Hyssop Church in Boston, to be distributed through the non-profit, Mentes... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
How Solar Could Transform Puerto Rico's FutureSan Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the sh
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 56 minutes ago
San Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the shipment while he was waiting for water, food, medicine and other goods sent from the Hyssop Church in Boston, to be distributed through the non-profit, Mentes... Read more
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NBC Chicago
How Solar Could Transform Puerto Rico's FutureSan Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the sh
NBC Chicago / Posted 57 minutes ago
San Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the shipment while he was waiting for water, food, medicine and other goods sent from the Hyssop Church in Boston, to be distributed through the non-profit, Mentes... Read more
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NBC Washington
How Solar Could Transform Puerto Rico's FutureSan Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the sh
NBC Washington / Posted 57 minutes ago
San Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the shipment while he was waiting for water, food, medicine and other goods sent from the Hyssop Church in Boston, to be distributed through the non-profit, Mentes... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
How Solar Could Transform Puerto Rico's FutureSan Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the sh
NBC Bay Area / Posted 58 minutes ago
San Juan's Luis Marín Muñoz International Airport on Oct. 14. He spotted the shipment while he was waiting for water, food, medicine and other goods sent from the Hyssop Church in Boston, to be distributed through the non-profit, Mentes... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Breast cancer risk higher in western parts of time zones; is electric light to blame?experts.) Richard G. "Bugs" Stevens, University of Connecticut (THE CONVERSAT
Greenwich Time / Posted an hour ago
experts.) Richard G. "Bugs" Stevens, University of Connecticut (THE CONVERSATION) The 2017 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine was awarded to three researchers “for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
This fire department responds to more ODs than firesthe state, geography and limited addiction resources, said Lisa Marsch, a profe
WTKR Norfolk / Posted an hour ago
the state, geography and limited addiction resources, said Lisa Marsch, a professor at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine. “My hope is that we can think of a more coordinated and multifaceted approach where we can reduce barriers” to... Read more
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The News-Times
Breast cancer risk higher in western parts of time zones; is electric light to blame?experts.) Richard G. "Bugs" Stevens, University of Connecticut (THE CONVERSAT
The News-Times / Posted an hour ago
experts.) Richard G. "Bugs" Stevens, University of Connecticut (THE CONVERSATION) The 2017 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine was awarded to three researchers “for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Study: Pollution kills 9 million a year, costs $4.6 trillionas, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted an hour ago
as, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of global health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, and the lead author of the report. The report marks the first attempt to pull together... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Controversy Hangs Over Mont. County Dist-3 Elections Resultscriminals are always in the habit of tarnishing the good name of people with go
AllAfrica.com / Posted an hour ago
criminals are always in the habit of tarnishing the good name of people with good characters. I will never, I have no record of engaging in any violent act in this country, up to where I am; I have no record of ever going to anybody for med... Read more
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International Business Times
'Racist' nursing textbook claims 'blacks feel pain is inevitable' and 'Jews are demanding' the book was written in 2014 and is used to train nurses in the developed world
International Business Times / Posted an hour ago
the book was written in 2014 and is used to train nurses in the developed world. Extracts include: May not request pain medicine but instead thank Allah for pain if it is the result of the healing medical process. Pain is considered a test of... Read more
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Crestview News Bulletin
NOMC: Crestview doctors' decision to leave town rests on two factorstwo years we have recruited 10 new providers to our community covering medical
Crestview News Bulletin / Posted an hour ago
two years we have recruited 10 new providers to our community covering medical specialties that include pediatrics, family medicine, orthopedics, urology and pulmonology. We have also extended our footprint in the community by adding two additional... Read more
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Business Wire
BoxBar Vascular Opens Doors with Hands-On, State-Art CareRadiology also at the U.W. Dr. Derrick is a former clinical faculty member at t
Business Wire / Posted an hour ago
Radiology also at the U.W. Dr. Derrick is a former clinical faculty member at the University of Washington School of Medicine, sits on the American College of Surgeons Advocacy and Vascular Surgery Councils, and acts as a delegate for King... Read more
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Business Wire
RTI Surgical® Introduces TETRAfuse® 3D Technology Becoming First to Offer 3D Printed Interbody Polymer Optimized to Participate in Fusionsafe biologic, metal and synthetic implants. Committed to delivering a higher s
Business Wire / Posted an hour ago
safe biologic, metal and synthetic implants. Committed to delivering a higher standard, RTI’s implants are used in sports medicine, general surgery, spine, orthopedic, trauma and cardiothoracic procedures and are distributed in nearly 50... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Georgia Rep. Betty Price suggests ‘quarantine’ for HIV patientsthat we could do that would curtail the spread?” According to an official biog
Dayton Daily News / Posted an hour ago
that we could do that would curtail the spread?” According to an official biography, Price was conferred her Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) at McGill University in Montreal. “She worked for over 20 years in the medical field practicing... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Georgia Rep. Betty Price suggests ‘quarantine’ for HIV patientsthat we could do that would curtail the spread?” According to an official biog
Springfield News-Sun / Posted an hour ago
that we could do that would curtail the spread?” According to an official biography, Price was conferred her Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) at McGill University in Montreal. “She worked for over 20 years in the medical field practicing... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
A tiny pediatric hospital gets a shot in the armto an estimated 50 this year, says Michelle Stephenson, Lurie's chief operating
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted an hour ago
to an estimated 50 this year, says Michelle Stephenson, Lurie's chief operating officer. 'GET THAT CHILD HOME' UChicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital in Hyde Park, just 3 miles northwest from La Rabida, is a big referral source as well,... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Study: Pollution kills 9 million a year, costs $4.6 trillionas, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted an hour ago
as, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of global health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, and the lead author of the report. The report marks the first attempt to pull together... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Study: Pollution kills 9 million a year, costs $4.6 trillionas, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted an hour ago
as, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of global health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, and the lead author of the report. The report marks the first attempt to pull together... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Study: Pollution kills 9 million a year, costs $4.6 trillionas, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted an hour ago
as, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of global health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, and the lead author of the report. The report marks the first attempt to pull together... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Georgia Rep. Betty Price suggests ‘quarantine' for HIV patientsthat we could do that would curtail the spread?” According to an official biog
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted an hour ago
that we could do that would curtail the spread?” According to an official biography, Price was conferred her Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) at McGill University in Montreal. “She worked for over 20 years in the medical field practicing... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
With time, shoe inserts may help ease plantar heel painpopulation and an even higher proportion of elderly people and athletes, resear
Channel NewsAsia / Posted an hour ago
population and an even higher proportion of elderly people and athletes, researchers note in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Many doctors recommend shoe inserts to ease this pain by supporting the arches and taking pressure off the heel,... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Georgia Rep. Betty Price suggests ‘quarantine' for HIV patientsthat we could do that would curtail the spread?” According to an official biog
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted an hour ago
that we could do that would curtail the spread?” According to an official biography, Price was conferred her Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) at McGill University in Montreal. “She worked for over 20 years in the medical field practicing... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Police investigate 800 Brits' 'food poisoning claims' against Spanish hotelsBritish law at the time only required tourists complaining of a tummy bug to pr
Daily Mirror / Posted an hour ago
British law at the time only required tourists complaining of a tummy bug to present a receipt for some sort of medicine from a chemist. It's reported that most of the 800 Brits had spent their holidays in hotels in Mallorca, Menorca... Read more
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Business Wire
Permanente Physician Leaders Convene to Advance the Quadruple Aim in Health Care Deliveryleadership summit focused on advancing the Quadruple Aim. The Quadruple Aim, a
Business Wire / Posted 2 hours ago
leadership summit focused on advancing the Quadruple Aim. The Quadruple Aim, as described in a 2014 Annals of Family Medicine article, expands upon the broadly accepted Triple Aim by adding the goal of improving the work life of health care... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Study: Pollution kills 9 million a year, costs $4.6 trillionas, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 2 hours ago
as, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of global health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, and the lead author of the report. The report marks the first attempt to pull together... Read more
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The Hill
Preventing nuclear terrorism should remain a top U.S. priorityThey are stored in thousands of universities, hospitals and laboratories across
The Hill / Posted 2 hours ago
They are stored in thousands of universities, hospitals and laboratories across the world because of their applications in medicine and research. Preventing these materials from ending up in the wrong hands keeps the world safe from a nuclear... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Doctor facing multiple lawsuits leaves country, plaintiffs' attorney saysinformation on how Awaad diagnosed, tested and treated children. In several ans
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 2 hours ago
information on how Awaad diagnosed, tested and treated children. In several answers, he maintained he performed correct medicine and did nothing wrong. McKeen said he learned from Awaad that he would tell parents there was a suspicion of... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Weeding through marijuana: Experts, advocates talk cannabidiol (CBD)day-to-day tasks. Four years since she started using the CBDs, Pierson is doubt
The Aspen Times / Posted 2 hours ago
day-to-day tasks. Four years since she started using the CBDs, Pierson is doubtful she will ever return to allopathic medicine. “CBDs are great anti-inflammatories. And they are not going to chew up your stomach like ibuprofen is. I can take... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Study: Pollution kills 9 million a year, costs $4.6 trillionas, say, AIDS or climate change,” said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 2 hours ago
as, say, AIDS or climate change,” said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of global health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, and the lead author of the report. The report marks the first attempt to pull together... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
This kills more people every year than war, smoking or road accidentsas, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 2 hours ago
as, say, AIDS or climate change," said epidemiologist Philip Landrigan, dean of global health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, and the lead author of the report. The report marks the first attempt to pull together... Read more
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EuroNews
What Happens To Our Brains When We Pray?Dr. David Spiegel, associate chair of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and me
EuroNews / Posted 2 hours ago
Dr. David Spiegel, associate chair of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and medical director of the center for integrative medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine, who discussed what the brain looks like on prayer. The Deep Parts Of Our... Read more
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EuroNews
Venezuela: Some Party Loyalists Look Past Maduro for Next PresidentHugo Chavez in 2013, the country has been in an economic downward spiral that h
EuroNews / Posted 2 hours ago
Hugo Chavez in 2013, the country has been in an economic downward spiral that has caused extreme shortages in food and medicine. There is disillusionment with Maduro among some Chavistas, those who are loyal to the legacy of the late socialist... Read more
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