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Emily Whitten: Beginning with Evolution

MARY REICHARD, HOST: Today is Tuesday, September 20. Good morning! This is The world and all in it of WORLD Radio supported by the listeners. I am Mary Reichard. NICK EICHER, HOST: And I’m Nick Eicher. Next, evolution. Many people may not realize the far-reaching effect that Darwinian theory of …

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Help Parkview, hypocritical politicians, “Teflon Trump”, vocal women | Letters

Grateful for the guidance through the maze of Parkview I had the best experience at Parkview Hospital on Carew Street recently. I needed to do a flower delivery (in ortho/rehab I believe) and I followed my GPS to an obscure entrance. Not knowing the building, I had no idea where …

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Best practices for preventing advanced BCC and the importance of multidisciplinary teams

Sherrif F. Ibrahim, MD, PhD: For a small subset of basal cell cancers, for some reason – maybe it’s a delayed diagnosis, maybe it’s a more aggressive basal cell cancer that has come back after the primary treatment – some of them progress to what we call a locally advanced …

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PLU Biology Professor Amy Siegesmund Receives National Teaching Award | New

“In addition to being a great instructor for our students, Amy inspires better teaching in her colleagues and as a result, her peers in our department have also become better educators,” Smith continued. “She is the epitome of what a great teacher should be.” ASM, one of the largest life …

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Biden touts cancer ‘moonshot’ at JFK Library, but challenges remain

BOSTON — Drawing on the symbolism of President John F. Kennedy’s ambitious effort to land a man on the moon, President Biden on Monday sought to inject new momentum into his own “cancer moonshot” initiative, aimed at reducing the death toll in the United States from the disease will halve …

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Fear of Muslims is the biggest effect of 9/11 on American society: American scholar

TEHRAN (IQNA) — An American academic names the “fear of Muslims” one of the biggest changes in American society after the September 11 attacks. The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 not only caused major changes in the foreign policy and international relations of the United States, but also led …

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Biden visits 2 swing states as critical midterm time begins

Comment this story Comment WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is making his third trip to Pennsylvania in less than a week, returning only two days after his predecessor, Donald Trump, held his own rally there — illustrating the importance of State of the battlefield for both sides as Labor Day …

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This medal marks Yale’s bicentennial; what is it worth? Today’s Collectibles

This month’s collectibles represent the various courses our lives can take, from a Yale University medal by Tiffany & Company, to a nursing degree buckle, to cash. stylish from the Civil War. We have also received requests for a beautiful still life and an oak lawyer’s desk. Oil painting This …

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Prominent doctor faces backlash amid ‘struggle at heart of public health’

More than 600 people in the public health field signed a letter to the association last month urging it to uninvite Dr. Leana Wen, professor of public health at George Washington University, CNN medical analyst, and columnist for the Washington Post. The letter says Wen used his media and social …

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Long before Salman Rushdie’s ‘The Satanic Verses’, India was boiling over another ‘blasphemous’ book

In December 1932, four young people gathered in Lucknow to publish a small book, a first anthology of its kind in Urdu. Composed of nine short stories and a play, Angarey (meaning “living embers”) sparked public anger bordering on mass hysteria, making the outcry over later banned books pale in …

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On This Day in History – August 29 – Almanac

1/3 License picture” alt=”The Jax Brewery rooftop in the French Quarter sits on the street August 30 after Hurricane Ida hit the city of New Orleans on August 29, 2021. File Photo by AJ Sisco/UPI | License picture“/> The rooftop of the Jax Brewery in the French Quarter sits on …

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Steuben Society Marks First Day of School in New Braunfels | Community alert

Colorful paper shaped into large cones decorated and stuffed with candy, snacks and school supplies – topped with a stuffed animal – was handed out to first-graders concluding their first day of school on Wednesday. It’s all part of a German tradition known as Schultüte – a rite of passage …

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Calvin Theater sued for copyright infringement

NORTHAMPTON – An association representing songwriters, composers and music publishers says it has taken legal action against the Calvin Theater for “unauthorized public performance of its members’ copyrighted musical works “. In an announcement on Tuesday, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers said it was taking legal action …

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Uterine factors modify the association between depth of embryo transfer and clinical pregnancy

Study subjects The retrospective analysis was performed on patients who underwent IVF treatment/intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) and fresh embryo transfer at Chenggong Affiliated Hospital of Xiamen University between January 2013 and December 2015. Institutional review board approval for this retrospective study was obtained from the Ethical Committee of the Medical …

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Arctic microbes observed more closely by Ilisagvik students thanks to research grant

Ilisagvik College recently received a second grant from the National Science Foundation Tribal Colleges and University Program (NSF-TCUP) for work on microbes in the arctic tundra. The $200,000 grant over two years supports student research on the varieties and concentrations of microbes in permafrost, soil and nuna (tundra) vegetation around …

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Real data links rosuvastatin to adverse kidney effects

According to a study published online July 19 in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. Jung-Im Shin, MD, of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, and colleagues used anonymized electronic health record data and analyzed 152,101 new rosuvastatin users and 795,799 new atorvastatin users …

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Why babies with Down syndrome have heart and lung problems

A study from the University of Medicine and Health Sciences RCSI has provided insight into changes in heart function and blood pressure in the lungs of babies born with Down syndrome. Heart and lung conditions are common in babies born with Down syndrome and can contribute to the need for …

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Should Americans be Christians? An excerpt from “The Religion of American Greatness” by Paul D. Miller

The following excerpt is taken from The Religion of American Greatness by Paul D. Miller. Copyright (c) 2022 by Paul D. Miller. Used with permission from InterVarsity Press. www.ivpress.com American Christians have long fused their religious faith with American identity. In the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, Americans regularly described …

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Plus Therapeutics presents ongoing positive data

AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Plus Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: PSTV) (the “Company”), a clinical-stage pharmaceutical company developing innovative, targeted radiation therapies for rare and difficult-to-treat diseases cancers, yesterday presented positive data from two ongoing clinical trials of its lead investigational drug, Rhenium-186 Nanoliposome (186RNL), in the treatment …

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La Roche-Posay and the American Cancer Society announce a partnership to improve the quality of life of patients and caregivers

NEW YORK, August 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Since 1905, La Roche-Posay has been committed to improving the quality of life for people suffering from skin conditions at the Center Thermal de La Roche-Posay in France as well as through oncology initiatives globally. Today, La Roche-Posay US is proud to announce …

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Banana peels make sugar cookies better for you

Banana peels are no longer always destined for the trash or compost. They make their way onto people’s plates, replacing the pork in the “pulled-skin” sandwiches and frying in the “bacon.” And now researchers reporting in ACS Food Science and Technology show that incorporating banana peel flour into sugar cookie …

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Emirates News Agency – 4,770 engineers have graduated from Abu Dhabi University to date

ABU DHABI, 8th August, 2022 (WAM) — In 2022, 4,940 degrees were awarded and 4,770 engineers graduated from the College of Engineering (CoE) of Abu Dhabi University (ADU), one of the top engineering schools in the United Arab Emirates. Of these graduates, 32% were female and 36% were Emirati, reiterating …

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A decade after the Oak Creek shooting, Sikh community members and experts push for better policies and resources

Wisconsin native Pardeep Kaleka was on his way to the Sikh temple in Wisconsin when he heard there was an active shooter in the gurdwara – in the same place where his parents and several other devotees were preparing a community meal. His mother survived the attack on August 5, …

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Putting a new spin on football’s spiral — ScienceDaily

Only a handful of researchers have studied why an American football flies in such a unique trajectory, weaving through the air with remarkable precision, but also deflecting, wobbling and even tumbling as it hurtles downward. Now, ballistics experts at Stevens Institute of Technology have, for the first time, applied their …

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NY Bill bans pet stores from selling puppies, impacts ‘puppy mill pipeline’

(Photo credit: Manuel Schäfer/Getty) After years of deliberation, New York State has taken an important step toward eliminating puppy mills and protecting animal welfare. In June, the New York State Legislature passed a bill to ban the retail sale of dogs, cats and rabbits in pet stores statewide. Supporters are …

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“No” is one of the great films about cinema

The essence of cinema is the symbol – the filming of an action which represents something else, which derives its identity from what is off-screen. There’s a lot of action in Jordan Peele’s new movie, ‘Nope’, and it’s imaginative and exciting if viewed solely as the genre mashup that it …

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Climate change is already costing cities dearly. it will get worse

Cash-strapped cities and towns in Ohio will need to find billions more a year to keep pace as the challenges of climate change intensify over the next few decades, according to a new analysis. Climate deniers have long ignored the overwhelming scientific consensus around global warming. It got a little …

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Mastriano courting voters on Gab pushes GOP further right, experts say

Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano’s use of the far-right social media platform Gab.com to engage potential voters is a step towards the extremism that more moderate members of the Republican Party have claimed. responsibility to repudiate, according to political and internet experts. Mastriano paid $5,000 for campaign advice to Gab.com, …

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Revolutionary-era rape narrative painfully relevant today

Bedlow’s defense team accuses Lanah of “screaming rape” to protect her character from defamation. Her six lawyers admit a seduction took place but maintain that Lanah consented, then later regretted her decision. They continue to slander her through hours of grueling court testimony for daring to associate with a man …

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Review: “Picasso’s War: How Modern Art Came to America”, by Hugh Eakin

Here we meet two other intriguing protagonists: legendary art dealers Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler and Paul Rosenberg. Kahnweiler and Rosenberg were both married Jewish gallery owners in Paris, vying for Picasso’s favors and trying to escape the rising tide of anti-Semitism in French society. At first they did most of their business …

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10 scientists elected leaders of the ASBMB

Members of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology elected several new officers. Three members of the Board of Directors were re-elected. There is a new secretary. And the nominations committee and the publications committee have new members. Advice The ASBMB Board serves as an advisory board to the …

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ASRS 2022 will highlight new therapies and care trends for retina specialists

The American Society of Retina Specialists (ASRS) will hold its 40th Annual Scientific Meeting in New York, New York, July 13-16, 2022. Among sessions on new therapies in retinal care, latest technologies in ophthalmology and educational courses, the results of the Preferences and Trends Survey (PAT) and the Global Trends …

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It Happened Here: Crowd Attacks Blacks in Wapato in 1938 | Past

A “miniature race war” directed against black people in the lower valley 84 years ago is a dark chapter in the history of Yakima Valley. One night in July, a mob targeted black residents and farm workers in Wapato, driving them away as they sought refuge from attacks. And like …

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Index finds half of MM and CLL patients in study had financial hardship

Financial hardship during treatment for multiple myeloma (MM) or chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) was associated with lower levels of education, income below $60,000, and multiple comorbidities. Addressing the financial challenges of patients receiving treatment for blood cancers is a growing concern as the number and complexity of treatment regimens increase, …

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Carrying the torch of Filipino cultural identity through the diaspora

The vanguard that strengthens the preservation of Filipino-American heritage At a time when globalization has succeeded in homogenizing the nations of the world, one finds the value of the preservation of its heritage intrinsic to the integrity of the national identity given the osmotic tendencies of the diasporas to acclimatize …

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The Supreme Court turns back the clock in the United States

In 1982, dismayed by the march of liberalism and the expansion of government in the 1960s and 1970s, a group of law students and scholars from Harvard, Yale, and the University of Chicago founded the Federalist Society. Among them, Antonin Scalia, who would sit on the Supreme Court from 1986 …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Peterborough attending Frederick Douglass Community Reading

Published: 06/28/2022 20:46:19 Peterborough is one of 12 towns participating in the annual Frederick Douglass Community Reading of New Hampshire’s Black Heritage Trail on Friday, July 1 at noon, at Teixeira Park on Union Street. In “What is the 4th of July for the slave?” – otherwise known as “The …

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How the Christian Right Seized Judiciary and Changed America | Abortion

Jhe Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which struck down the constitutional abortion rights enjoyed by American women for the past 50 years, surprised many voters. A majority, after all, support reproductive rights and see their abolition as regressive and barbaric. Understood in the context of …

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CAPTION HEALTH LAUNCHES THE FIRST HOME ULTRASOUND SERVICE FOR HEART HEALTH: CAPTION CARE™

Caption Care creates echo access in partnership with Portamedic’s national mobile clinician network to improve heart health and reduce the cost of care BRISBANE, CA., June 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Caption Health, the leader in AI that enables early disease detection, today unveiled Caption Care™: America’s first in-home cardiac wellness …

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Insufficient standard of care treatments to improve quality of life for patients with multiple myeloma

Patients with multiple myeloma frequently relapse and experience deterioration in their quality of life, according to results from the LocoMmotion study, which also reported that specific patient and disease characteristics are associated with poor efficacy outcomes . Based on LocoMmotion study results presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology …

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Study reveals how lack of technology can impact food insecurity

According to Professor Di Fang of the University of Arkansas, the psychological effects of food insecurity can be detrimental. People who are food insecure have a 257% higher risk of anxiety and a 253% higher risk of depression, via BMC Public Health. Along with this, the University of Texas study …

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Temple experts remain committed to anti-racism work ahead of June 16, 2022

Juneteenth often serves as a time to discuss racism and how it continues to affect American society. This year, the holiday also almost aligns with the second anniversary of the start of the Black Lives Matter protests in the summer of 2020. The murders of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and …

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Letters: Foregoing student loans makes sense; COFA citizens suffer the effects of nuclear testing; How much water does Waikiki consume?

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! The “accumulation of charges” puts pressure on the defendant Regarding “Bail Reform Bill Ignores Public Safety, Emboldens Criminals” (Star-Advertiser, Island Voices, June 6): We are all entitled to our opinions and have valid fears about bail reform. cash deposit. I will …

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Van Hollen and Cardin join colleagues in presenting a resolution recognizing June as LGBTQ Pride Month

June 10, 2022 U.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), Ben Cardin (D-Md.), Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), and Tina Smith (D-Minn.) presented a Senate resolution recognizing June as LGBTQ Pride Month. The senators’ resolution highlights the contributions LGBTQ people have made to American society, notes several milestones in the …

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Small rectal cancer drug trial sees tumors disappear in 100% of patients

Placeholder while loading article actions Small drug trial has seismic impact in oncology world: After six months of experimental treatment, tumors disappeared in 14 patients diagnosed with early-stage rectal cancer who completed study at the time of its publication. Colorectal cancer researchers hail the study, published Sunday in the New …

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US sees heightened extremist threat heading into midterms

A looming Supreme Court ruling on abortion, a surge in the number of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border and midterm elections are potential triggers for extremist violence in the next six months, the Department said Tuesday. internal security. Supreme Court on Roe v. Wade’s United States was already in a …

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The American Cancer Society urges people to test for cancer | Company

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Myelodysplastic syndromes and acute myeloid leukemia

Mikkael Sekeres, MD, is the chief of the division of hematology at the Sylvester Cancer Center at the University of Miami. He is also Chairman of the Medical Advisory Board of the Aplastic Anemia and MDS International Foundation (AA*MDS), as well as the American Society of Hematology (ASH). Rare diseases …

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Elderly patients who regularly consume alcohol

Older adults (60 years or older) who consume potentially unhealthy amounts of alcohol report significantly better mobility and self-care and fewer problems undertaking daily activities after surgery compared to their peers who abstain from alcohol. alcohol or drink at very low levels. The study by Vera Guttenthaler and Dr. Maria …

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American Chemical Society CEO announces retirement

Newswise – WASHINGTON, May 31, 2022 – The American Chemical Society (ACS) announced today that Thomas Connelly, Jr., Ph.D., will retire as Chief Executive Officer of ACS at the end of the year after more than seven years of service in this role. In addition to effectively leading the organization …

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Study Shows Strong Efficacy of Crosslinking for Keratoconus

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Texas School Shooting: Sen. Ted Cruz Storms Gun Reform Questions | American News

As the sun set in this small Texas town, the community came together. By the hundreds, they gathered at the exhibition center on the outskirts of Uvalde. A place where families would normally gather for the rodeo was now hosting unimaginable heartbreak. It’s often said that towns like this are …

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Historical Society organizes a tribute to local veterans | News, Sports, Jobs

TR PHOTO BY SUSANNA MEYER – The American Legion Riders Post 46, along with several volunteers and community member Nicki Johnson, collected donations for the Veteran Appreciation Food Drive Friday night during the Honoring the Veterans event Marshall County veterans. Donations will be distributed on Memorial Day. …

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‘Armageddon Time’ takes a critical look at American society at the start of the Reagan era

“Armageddon Time,” which premiered Thursday at the Cannes Film Festival, takes audiences to the dawn of Ronald Reagan’s presidency, exploring issues of race and privilege in American society with a star-studded cast that includes Anne Hathaway, Anthony Hopkins, Jeremy Strong and Jessica Chastain. The film directed by James Gray is …

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The Golden Age back to the page – The Oxford Student

The HBO television series Golden age recently announced the launch of a second season, after the first nine episodes this January. Despite – or because of – rather mixed reviews, the series has influenced the fashion world enough to set the theme for this year’s Met Gala. As someone who …

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US Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn vote against bill legalizing abortion

Subscribe to La Brèveour daily newsletter that keeps readers informed of the most important news from Texas. WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate on Wednesday voted against passing a bill that would have legalized the right to have an abortion, as the U.S. Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. …

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Press release | Press releases | Writing

05.10.22 WASHINGTON- US Senators Bill Cassidy, MD (R-LA) and Chris Murphy (D-CT), members of the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, today introduced a bill to reauthorize historic federal mental health and addictions programs that were enacted in 2016 as part of their Mental Health Reform Act …

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A look at SECURE and more

Well, that sounds familiar: Capitol Hill is considering a SECURE law. But this time it’s SECURE 2.0. In a recent webcast, Robert M. Richter, Retirement Education Advisor for the American Retirement Association, provided an update regarding the provisions of SECURE 2.0 as well as other legislation relevant to pension plans, …

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American Cancer Society donations total $183,000 | Lifestyles

The Oconee-Clarke Relay For Life has raised over $183,000, which will go to the American Cancer Society to support the vision of a world without cancer. The original fundraising goal was $120,000. “Congratulations on all of your hard work,” said Deborah Dietzler, lead announcer for Relay For Life. “That’s a …

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WWPR Announces 2022-2023 Advisory Board

WASHINGTON, May 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Washington Women in Public Relations (WWPR), a leading resource for female communications professionals in the nation’s capital, today announced its 2022-2023 advisory board, tasked with providing WWPR leadership strategic advice on the direction of the organization. “We are thrilled to welcome our 2022-2023 Advisory …

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Jeanne A. Loveland Barnett 1931-2022 | News, Sports, Jobs

CORTLAND – Jeanne A. Loveland Barnett, 90, of Cortland, died in eternal life of natural causes on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at St. Joseph Warren Hospital. On October 20, 1931, in Chester, Pennsylvania, Roy Allen Loveland and Ruth Elizabeth Burcaw Loveland Haney were blessed with the birth of their daughter, …

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Leina and other pets for adoption from Phoenix-area shelters

Every year, about 6.5 million pets enter shelters nationwide, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Of these, approximately 3.3 million are dogs and 3.2 million are cats. Each week, The Arizona Republic highlights a handful of the many pets available for adoption at shelters …

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Who helped end the travel mask mandate?

She gave an interview to The Daily Show in 2014, saying vaccines are “full of toxins”. The title of the segment was “An Epidemic of Liberal Idiocy” and compared the progressive anti-vaccination movement to conservative climate change deniers. “You can line up the doctors from here to down the block …

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Navajo nurses have taken different paths to make big differences in their communities

Andy Smith, from the newspaper Looking back on their long careers in nursing, Erma Marbut and Lavenia Diswood take great pride in how they have helped successive generations of Navajo enter the field of health care. Although they are members of the same tribal nation, Marbut and Diswood have taken …

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Two U of A students named 2022 Goldwater Scholars

Photo submitted Mary Jia and Joseph Roll Two U of A honors students have been named 2022 Goldwater Scholars, an award recognizing top students in math, science, and engineering. Juniors Mary Jia and Joseph Roll have been named among the new scholarship recipients and each will receive …

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ACLU brief argues judge erred in dismissing Arkansas redefinition map challenge

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed the opening brief of an appeal of a federal court ruling that dismissed a challenge to a new Arkansas state map that opponents say discriminates against black voters by diluting their voting power. The ACLU’s brief was filed Monday in the St. Louis …

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10 Best Shows Like Apple TV’s Roar

The new series Roar Apple TV+ promises to be a feminist series, focusing on a different set of characters each episode. Additionally, it is also expected to feature a cast of very powerful characters, all of whom bring their considerable star charisma as they explore the lives of women around …

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EAM S Jaishankar to Howard students

S Jaishankar said: “India’s diaspora of 4.4 million has literally defined our image in this society and helped to forge relationships which are a huge source of strength for us in our work” Minister of External Affairs, Dr S Jaishankar/ANI Washington: The India-US relationship has undergone a “true transformation” over …

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The Japanese Street Festival returns to DC, expanding to 2 days for the first time

“We are bringing the street festival here to the nation’s capital to really show some of the deep ties that exist between the two countries,” said festival director Colette Fozard. Vendors and festival-goers are seen at the Japanese Sakura Matsuri street festival in DC on Sunday. (WTOP/Valerie Bonk) OMCP/Valerie Bonk …

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Some tips, tricks and a Roomba to take care of pets

“Would you please stop losing?” I beg Luke, our 55 pound dog mix. “Please keep your prodigious fur to yourself.” Luke and I often have this conversation as I deal with the apricot puffy balls of fur that puff up around the house on a daily basis. “I know you …

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Research and Honors, April 12, 2022 – News

Works Dawn Beichner, CJS, published “Providing and Coordinating Sexual Assault Services in the Pandemic” in American Society for Criminology. Courtney Cox and Erika SparbyENG, co-published “Towards an Audience-Centric Approach: Rhetorical Analysis of Academic Crisis Communication Emails” in Quarterly communication design. Kenneth Haggerty, Caitlin Harringtonand Rachel E. ScottMilner Library, co-published “Usability …

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Nigerian professor wins Distinguished Scholar Award in US

A Nigerian professor, Chris Ogbondah, has won the Distinguished Scholar Award for the 2021-2022 academic year at the Northern Iowa University in the United States of America. The award is given annually to the university lecturer who is most accomplished in scholarly and creative activity. Mr. Ogbondah earned a Bachelor …

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South Bay theater companies stage shows dealing with identity – The Mercury News

This spring, South Bay theater companies are putting on a variety of shows all about identity. Through comedy, music, and drama, the characters in these shows struggle to carve out their place in American society while maintaining connections to other cultures. Family ties are also tested, as are ties to …

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Brittney Griner: Why it’s important not to look away from the WNBA player’s fate

Washington CNN — A version of this story appeared in CNN’s Race Deconstructed newsletter. To receive it in your inbox every week, subscribe for free here. While one of the WNBA’s most talented players is being held in Russia awaiting trial, the near-total public silence surrounding her detention has sown …

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Covid News: US virus deaths drop to lowest since summer

A common area on the Rochester Institute of Technology campus in Rochester, NY, in January.Credit…Libby March for The New York Times As the pandemic enters a new phase in the United States marked by fewer precautions and the rise of the even more transmissible BA.2 subvariant of Omicron, the Biden …

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Bridge to the Faculty scholar wins prestigious thesis award

Ivón Padilla-Rodríguez, postdoctoral researcher, UIC Department of History. Ivón Padilla-Rodríguez is a socio-legal historian of child migration and an academic-activist who joined the University of Illinois at Chicago as a postdoctoral research associate Bridge to the Faculty and is a member of its cohort 2021. She earned a doctorate in …

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Improved ink for colon tattoos

image: Commercial ink (left) diffuses away from injection sites (arrows) under mouse skin, but new colon tattoo ink (right) diffuses much less. to see Continued Credit: Jordan Yaron, Ph.D. SAN DIEGO, March 22, 2022 – The colon might be the last place people would consider tattooing, but endoscopic tattooing is …

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UMich Student Programs Support Afghan Refugees in Ann Arbor

Two University of Michigan student organizations, End the Cycle and the Michigan Refugee Assistance Program (MRAP), are working together to create educational materials for Afghan refugees in Ann Arbor. The program combines the End the Cycle goals of improving education equity and the MRAP goal of supporting refugees by helping …

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Izere prepares a solo art exhibition in the United States | The new times

RWANDAN VISUAL ARTIST Antoine Izere is expected in the United States as he prepares for his first solo art exhibition scheduled for March 18 in Houston, Texas (USA). The exhibition dubbed “STRIDE” was curated by Mitochondria Gallery, an art gallery specializing in the works of emerging and established artists from …

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15 medical societies establish seven guiding principles for the perioperative treatment of acute pain

The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) and 14 major medical specialty organizations have established seven guiding principles to best address the perioperative management of acute pain in complex surgical patients. The principles were established at a historic Pain Summit, the second of its kind, hosted by the ASA. Every …

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Democrats aim to reset national legislative agenda after Biden speech

US President Joe Biden announces new measures requiring the government to buy more American-made products during remarks in the South Court auditorium of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building at the White House in Washington, US, on March 4, 2022. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register …

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Opioid fentanyl kills record number of black Americans

Fentanyl, the powerful synthetic opioid that Mexican drug cartels now mix into many drugs sold in the United States, is having a devastating impact on the community, according to a new peer-reviewed study in the journal JAMA Psychiatry. According to NPR, this research, based on drug-related deaths from 1999 to …

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Grant makes Mississippi Historical Society annual meeting free to the public: event to be held in Hattiesburg

Tue 03/01/2022 – 13:19 | From: David Tisdale The Mississippi Historical Society, with the support of a grant from the Mississippi Humanities Council, opens its annual meeting free to the public on Friday, March 11. The program will take place at the Historic Eureka School Museum at 410 E. 6and …

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president seeks to be globally centered with ‘peace’ | News, Sports, Jobs

Dr. Nyle Fort discussed many topics with SUNY Fredonia students during a Zoom conference last week. Photo submitted Students at the State University of New York at Fredonia and interested community members had the opportunity to learn about critical race theory, protests, democracy and other issues …

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