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3 hrs ago | MyFoxPhilly

Dr. Mike: Canned Tuna Warning For Pregnant Women

It could actually be worse for you, according to an article released by Consumer Reports, which previously caused some big controversies over topics like arsenic in apple juice.


7 hrs ago | Cavalier Daily

SPINKS: Better representation

This summer, I have had the distinct pleasure and privilege to volunteer with the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Museum.


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8 hrs ago | Medical News

Electronic alerts reduce urinary tract infections in hospital patients with urinary catheters

A Penn Medicine team has found that targeted automated alerts in electronic health records significantly reduce urinary tract infections in hospital patients with urinary catheters .


Related Topix: Medicine, Urinary Tract Infections, Health, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Government, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Women's Health

9 hrs ago |

Sharing a home filled with gay-rights history

On the day Mark Segal saw the house in Society Hill, he knew instantly that he would buy it - and did, that very day.


Related Topix: Home Listing, Home, Gay/Lesbian, Philadelphia, PA

Thu Aug 21, 2014

Customer Interaction Solutions

Terry Macaleer Joins Anthelio Healthcare Solutions as Senior Vice...

Anthelio Healthcare Solutions Inc., the largest independent provider of technology and services to hospitals, physician practice groups and other healthcare providers, today announced the appointment of Terry Macaleer as Senior Vice President, Client Engagement and Sales.


Related Topix: Marketing

Science Daily

Experimental Ebola drugs must be fairly distributed, tested ethically in clinical trials

Critical ethical principles need to be adhered to if experimental drugs are to be deployed in the Ebola outbreak, bioethicists say, stating that the patients selected to receive such drugs must not be limited to well-off or well-connected patients -- including health care professionals.


Related Topix: Epidemic, Natural Disasters

Erie Times News

Erie summer youth jobs program comes to close

The 17-year-old Erie resident saved enough money from her job at Gannon University to be able to buy clothes for the winter, when she plans to start taking classes at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania's Porreco College in Millcreek Township.


Related Topix: Erie, PA, Gannon University, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Erie County, PA


Pa. township to house ambulances at local college

Haverford Township soon will house its ambulances on the Haverford College campus and at the Bon Air Fire Company, officials have announced.


Related Topix: Haverford, PA, Delaware County, PA

The Times of Israel

Vitriolic Gaza 'analysis' harms all academic research

As professors at two major schools of public health, we are horrified by the loss of life, physical and psychological injuries, environmental damage, and destruction of property throughout the Middle East today, resulting not only from the conflict in Gaza but from other longer and more destructive conflicts in the Middle East in Syria, Libya, and ... (more)


Erie Times News

Laugh/Riot opens season with a 'Rollercoaster' ride

Laugh/Riot Performing Arts Company founder Rob Connick directs and is one of 10 actors performing in its innovative season three opener, "Rollercoaster."


Related Topix: Theater, Arts, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, PA

Wed Aug 20, 2014

Daily Press & Argus

Williamson awarded research grant

The grants will be used toward investing in the next generation of lupus researchers.


Related Topix: Medicine, Lupus, Health, Livingston County, MI

Silicon Alley Insider

All The Cords You Use To Charge Your Phone Might Be Obsolete Soon

The battery life problem is unlikely to be solved anytime soon, but the plugging into a wall problem may soon be a thing of the past.


Related Topix: Electrical Engineering, Science

The Daily Caller

CNN Explodes After Larry Elder Says Racism 'Is Not A Major Problem In This Country' [VIDEO]

Los Angeles radio host Larry Elder and University of Pennsylvania professor Marc Lamont Hill hijacked CNN Wednesday afternoon, yelling angrily past each other after Elder claimed that racism "is not a major problem in this country."


Related Topix: Conservative Political News, US News

Medical News

Risk factors for sporadic vision loss in AMD identified

Sporadic vision loss occurs in patients with age-related macular degeneration and impairs their future visual acuity, research shows.


Related Topix: Health, Macular Degeneration

Medical News Today

Therapy plus antidepressants help patients with severe, nonchronic depression

Patients with severe, nonchronic depression had better rates of recovery if they were treated with cognitive therapy combined with antidepressant medication compared to ADMs alone.


Related Topix: Depression, Health

PGW Nightmare: Family Has Gas Shut Off Over a oeSecreta Gas Line

LiRon Anderson-Bell and her husband Glenn relocated from Blue Bell to a big house in the Overbrook Farms neighborhood of Philadelphia in 2003 after they fell in love with the tree-lined community just minutes from the Eastern edge of the Main Line.


Related Topix: Pennsylvania

Bangor Daily News

Castine Historical Society Annual Meeting to Feature Talk on Historic House Interiors

The Castine Historical Society will hold its 2014 Annual Meeting on Wednesday, August 27 beginning at 4:00 pm in the Mitchell Room on the lower level of the Abbott School on the Castine town common.


Related Topix: Castine, ME, University of Wisconsin Madison, Camden, ME


Chicago hostage crisis continues

Two offenders have now released four children, including two 1-year-olds, but police say they are still holding two children and two adults hostage at a home in Harvey.


Related Topix: Pop/Rock, Hip-Hop, R-N-B, John Legend, Music, Grammy Awards, Music!, New York

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A way with Mutter

UNLIKE well-known Philadelphia landmarks that bear such famous names as Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson, the Mutter Museum's namesake is a relatively mysterious fellow.


Related Topix: Philadelphia, PA, Franklin, PA, Medicine, Surgery, The Devil in the White City, Books, Drexel University, Entertainment