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Daily Mail
E-cigarettes DO inflict life-long damage on nonsmokers' heartsare linked to cancer-related bladder tissue damage, recent research found. A t
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
are linked to cancer-related bladder tissue damage, recent research found. A team from the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center in Nashville compared the urine of e-cigarettes users with that of nonsmokers. Some 92 percent of e-cigarette users'... Read more
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Philly.com
Pennsylvania has lost pharma jobs, but gained life-sciences start-upsPennsylvania lost 2,900 pharmaceutical jobs — or nearly 20 percent — in recent
Philly.com / Posted 2 days ago
Pennsylvania lost 2,900 pharmaceutical jobs — or nearly 20 percent — in recent years, as big drug makers shed workers to cut costs, consolidate, or relocate to other states. While jobs in big pharma declined — Merck, GlaxoSmithKline, and AstraZeneca... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
FREE things to do around Pittsburgh over the next 3 weeksand get creative with making your own handmade paper (10AM-3PM). 2100 Smallman
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted 3 days ago
and get creative with making your own handmade paper (10AM-3PM). 2100 Smallman St. (Strip District) North Hills Arts Center Free admission: 10AM-1PM Fall Into Art: Families are welcome to come to the North Hills Arts Center to participate... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Climate Change is Happening -- the Time to Act is Now. CategoryHurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Jose collectively represent the most hurricane act
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 5 days ago
Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Jose collectively represent the most hurricane activity in the Atlantic Ocean, in terms of strength and size, in recorded history. The National Hurricane Center scientist Eric Blake pointed out the three hurricanes are... Read more
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Daily Pennsylvanian
Speaking to a packed room, administrators offered support to students affected by DACA repealsession on the status of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. At
Daily Pennsylvanian / Posted 7 days ago
session on the status of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. At the event, which started at noon, Penn administrators expressed their support for students, presented Penn's resources and answered questions that audience... Read more
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TribLIVE
Patient portraits, recorded messages decorate new entrance Mt. Pleasant’s Frick hospitaland cane to get around. “I'm very fortunate to still be around,” he said, givi
TribLIVE / Posted 10 days ago
and cane to get around. “I'm very fortunate to still be around,” he said, giving credit to his past level of physical activity and to his doctors, including Excela cardiologist Dr. Howard Grill. Babura earned 12 letters in high school sports... Read more
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TribLIVE
DON’T JUST   SIT THEREafter eating: The fat levels in your bloodstream are highest after eating, and
TribLIVE / Posted 10 days ago
after eating: The fat levels in your bloodstream are highest after eating, and simply moving around afterward increases the activity of lipoprotein lipase, which spurs your metabolism. Do stuff in person: Instead of emailing or calling a coworker,... Read more
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York Daily Record
He escaped York's violence ... and thrivedPlotkin, York Daily Record) “If you decide to do those things, nobody makes it
York Daily Record / Posted 14 days ago
Plotkin, York Daily Record) “If you decide to do those things, nobody makes it out clean,” said Sam Sutton, a William Penn grad and business owner. “There are only two ways: dead or in jail, dead or in jail, dead or in jail.” But Montrel... Read more
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York Daily Record
How much storm damage will it take to convince Rep. Perry?most destructive storms ever. It was a Category 5 hurricane, the top category.
York Daily Record / Posted 14 days ago
most destructive storms ever. It was a Category 5 hurricane, the top category. Meteorologists with the National Hurricane Center reported they had never seen a storm of such intensity and had considered creating a Category 6 designation just for... Read more
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Philly.com
After a century, Philadelphia struggles to figure out what the Parkway should beA century ago, Philadelphia’s leaders plowed through the industrialized northwe
Philly.com / Posted 14 days ago
A century ago, Philadelphia’s leaders plowed through the industrialized northwest quadrant of Center City to create the lush, Parisian-inspired boulevard we now call the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Some saw the mile-long diagonal between City Hall and... Read more
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Philly.com
After a century, Philadelphia struggles to figure out what the Parkway should beA century ago, Philadelphia’s leaders plowed through the industrialized northwe
Philly.com / Posted 14 days ago
A century ago, Philadelphia’s leaders plowed through the industrialized northwest quadrant of Center City to create the lush, Parisian-inspired boulevard we now call the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Some saw the mile-long diagonal between City Hall and... Read more
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Philly.com
Museums coming to Philly's neighborhoods with $2M William Penn grantIn an effort to help make Philadelphia’s museums and other cultural organizatio
Philly.com / Posted 15 days ago
In an effort to help make Philadelphia’s museums and other cultural organizations more accessible to families, the William Penn Foundation is spending nearly $2 million to take arts, science, and literacy programs to low-income neighborhoods,... Read more
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Philly.com
Pink slime, fresh mouse droppings, live baby roaches close Philly eateriesInspected Aug. 28. Family Dollar Store #69296555 Greene St.12 violations, 3 se
Philly.com / Posted 15 days ago
Inspected Aug. 28. Family Dollar Store #69296555 Greene St.12 violations, 3 serious There was visible evidence of rodent activity, including several gnawed packages of snacks found on the retail shelf and in a display box, and droppings in the... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Cornhole elevated from backyard sport to competitive tournamentwith a hole 30 feet away — while tailgating at baseball games and concerts. He
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 18 days ago
with a hole 30 feet away — while tailgating at baseball games and concerts. He soon discovered the area has a growing scene centered on the activity. With teammate Kenny Heater of Scranton, Carlin took second place in the competitive bracket of the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Monroeville police log, Aug. 24-31Road, Aug. 27. • 100 block of Oxford Drive, Aug. 25. • 200 block of Azalea Dr
TribLIVE / Posted 21 days ago
Road, Aug. 27. • 100 block of Oxford Drive, Aug. 25. • 200 block of Azalea Drive, Aug. 28. • 4000 block of William Penn Highway, Aug. 29. • 3700 block of William Penn Highway, Aug. 30. • 4100 block of William Penn Highway, Aug. 25. • 500... Read more
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Bay Weekly
Bay Weekly’s Labor Day 2017 Parade of Working Peopleprogram: everything from writing grants to coordinating with landowners to over
Bay Weekly / Posted 21 days ago
program: everything from writing grants to coordinating with landowners to overseeing construction. Having grown up in Pennsylvania I’ve always been more drawn to the land side, but that’s a huge part of restoring the Bay: you cannot restore... Read more
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The Hill
Harvey adds new urgency to climate change debatewarming, which means stronger winds, more wind damage and a larger storm surge,
The Hill / Posted 23 days ago
warming, which means stronger winds, more wind damage and a larger storm surge,” Michael Mann, an atmospheric scientist at Penn State University, wrote in the Guardian on Monday. Kevin Trenberth, a senior scientist at the National Center for... Read more
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TribLIVE
Monroeville police activity, Aug. 17-22 | TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville
TribLIVE / Posted 24 days ago
| TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville StarSouth Hills RecordThe HeraldHampton JournalShaler JournalPine Creek JournalTriblive Online Only Monroeville police activity,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
VETERANSin Dunmore Veterans support program, Monday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., state Rep. Kevin
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
in Dunmore Veterans support program, Monday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., state Rep. Kevin Haggerty’s Dunmore office, Dunmore Community Center, 1414 Monroe Ave.; Jeff Saun­ders, American Legion Service Office rep; appointments: 570-342-2710. Post to host fall... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Cornhole tailgating game a hit with fanswith a hole 30 feet away — while tailgating at baseball games and concerts. He
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
with a hole 30 feet away — while tailgating at baseball games and concerts. He soon discovered the area has a growing scene centered on the activity. With teammate Kenny Heater of Scranton, Carlin took second place in the competitive bracket of the... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Arts Around Town: Final days of summer well spent at Great Allentown FairKerper and fair mascot "Moodonna" will be held September 2 beginning at the RCN
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 28 days ago
Kerper and fair mascot "Moodonna" will be held September 2 beginning at the RCN Farmerama Theater to the Lil' Farm Hands activity center at the west end of the grounds. "Princesses" ages 2 to 7 are encouraged to wear their favorite princess... Read more
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Al.com
Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson wins another termof the vote with 84 percent of the precincts counted. 6:25 p.m. It was a festi
Al.com / Posted 30 days ago
of the vote with 84 percent of the precincts counted. 6:25 p.m. It was a festive atmosphere outside Figures Park Community Center, a stronghold four years ago for Sam Jones. A group of Jones supporters held a boisterous tailgate along Donald... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Business Notes ExtraCollege of Osteopathic Medicine in Biddeford, Maine, and his Bachelor of Scienc
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted a month ago
College of Osteopathic Medicine in Biddeford, Maine, and his Bachelor of Science degree at Juniata College in Huntingdon, Penn. Loveitt recently completed a general surgery residency at Rowan University in Stratford, N.J. The surgeon has won... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
WORTH A LOOKLady of the Lakes Ladies Guild will host a craft show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 1 months ago
Lady of the Lakes Ladies Guild will host a craft show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 4 at Our Lady of the Lakes Family Center, 1254 Grandview Road, Lake Milton. Free admission, free parking, handicapped accessible, lunch counter and 50-50... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
FOOTBALL PREVIEW: The top 50 players in Oakland Countyhis feet for his huge size, McCall (6-foot-4, 320 pounds) also had offers from
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
his feet for his huge size, McCall (6-foot-4, 320 pounds) also had offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Oregon, Penn State, Tennessee, TCU, Illinois, Minnesota, Maryland, Missouri and Ole Miss. He�s finally healthy after missing the end... Read more
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The Oakland Press
FOOTBALL PREVIEW: The top 50 players in Oakland Countyhis feet for his huge size, McCall (6-foot-4, 320 pounds) also had offers from
The Oakland Press / Posted 1 months ago
his feet for his huge size, McCall (6-foot-4, 320 pounds) also had offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Oregon, Penn State, Tennessee, TCU, Illinois, Minnesota, Maryland, Missouri and Ole Miss. He’s finally healthy after missing the end... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
State grants, donations funding work in downtownThere will be a lot of construction activity on West Broad Street, between Laur
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 1 months ago
There will be a lot of construction activity on West Broad Street, between Laurel and Wyoming streets, in the next few weeks. Work has begun to stabilize the former bingo hall at 13-15 W. Broad St. thanks to a state grant matched by tax credits... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
25 things we love about New York businessforeigners and city residents. The state comptroller estimates that immigrants
Crain's New York Business / Posted 1 months ago
foreigners and city residents. The state comptroller estimates that immigrants account for $257 billion in local economic activity, nearly double what it was at the start of the decade. Immigrants make up 43% of the city’s workforce, 12... Read more
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Daily Press
Eclipse unites scientists, citizen-scientists to study Earth and sunthe country in the path of totality can walk out on their porch in their slippe
Daily Press / Posted 1 months ago
the country in the path of totality can walk out on their porch in their slippers and collect world-class data," said Matt Penn, astronomer with the National Solar Observatory in Tucson, Ariz., in a recent online press briefing with NASA, National... Read more
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The Morning Call
Gardening: Why won't her plants produce butternut squash?lacks. Many local nurseries and the county extension offices have reasonably p
The Morning Call / Posted 1 months ago
lacks. Many local nurseries and the county extension offices have reasonably priced and very good soil tests performed by Penn State that will determine what, if anything, needs to be added to your soil depending on what you are trying to grow.... Read more

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