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This Little Kid Is DEVASTATED When His Dad "Steals" His Ear and Nose
Should the U.S. Capitol Have a POW/MIA Memorial?
Critics Slam 'Ice Bucket Challenge' as 'Slacktivism' and 'Stunt Philanthropy'
Sierra Tucson , an international leader in the treatment of addictions, eating disorders, mood disorders, complex pain management, and trauma/PTSD, has announced the appointment of Dr. Michael V. Genovese to medical director.
The ability to catalog proficiently can be a valuable skill for every librarian, but proper training is essential.
Mental disabilities in children include both developmental problems of the brain and mental health conditions, such as autism, and, unfortunately, a child's family income plays a major role in their chances of being diagnosed with such a disorder.
If you ask Brent Rondon why Pittsburgh is on the world map, he'll tell you it's because of the Marcellus Shale.
In the future, researchers could develop an injection to prevent HIV/a AIDS, and those who have the disease could become so adept at managing it that they might have to visit their doctors only once a year.
Health preparedness and procedures in the United States should prevent a domestic outbreak of Ebola, whose death toll in western Africa now has topped 1,000.
On a recent August day in College Park, Maryland., Jeffrey Kudisch coaches a group of people he calls shareholders on their latest investment.
Internationally renowned pediatric surgeon and scientist David Hackam, M.D., Ph.D., will become the new pediatric surgeon-in-chief at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
Dr. Tom Vierheller and Dr. Chenzhao Vierheller, biology professors at BSCTC, have been awarded a $100,000 as part of a $20 million grant to the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research to study plants and their potential to be used as an energy source.
Rates of developmental and mental disabilities -- ranging from speech problems to attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder -- have jumped 21 percent among U.S. children, according to a new report.
Duquesne University's freshman class is due to arrive Tuesday from 8 a.m to noon and 3 p.m to 6 pm.
Matthew Eaton, 13, of West Memphis, Ark., dribbles during an indoor soccer game at Camp Bold in Olive Branch, Miss.
The next meeting of the Clarksville Civil War Roundtable will be on Wednesday, July 16th, 2014 at the Bone & Joint Center, 980 Professional Park Drive, right across the street from Gateway Medical Center.
"There's plenty of good evidence [that] hospitals are not good places for frail seniors to be in," said Nancy Zionts, chief operating and program officer for the Jewish Healthcare Foundation.
The electoral process is rarely described as pleasant. But is there something about facing voters that contributes to the relative lack of female candidates in U.S. elections? Research from two political scientists at the University of Pittsburgh suggests that women may be more "election averse" than men.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 12:06 am
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