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Center for Occupational Medicine Partners with Applied Health...
Center for Occupational Medicine in Augusta, Ga. has partnered with Nashville-based Applied Health Analytics to provide software and consulting services to enhance its population health services to area employers concerned with improving workforce health, managing disease and reducing high healthcare costs.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Christmas gift book choices from local Huntsville and national authors
Looking for a great gift for that interesting loved ones? Here are some recently published books that might just fit the bill.
Nashville Health Care Council names 2014 Fellows class
The Nashville Health Care Council has revealed the names of the group's new health care Fellows for 2014.
Lynnfield Youth Travels to Nashville for Model UN Conference
Eric Simonelli of Lynnfield , a junior at Boston College High School, a member of the school's Model United Nations Club, traveled to Nashville, Tenn for a three day conference at Vanderbilt University.
Gail Kerr: Metro Schools should embrace universal pre-K
There is some good news for parents of the 1,000 Nashville 4-year-olds whose names are on a waiting list to get into Metro Public Schools' prekindergarten classes.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Still a Threat: Spike in Measles Cases Tied to Anti-Vaccine Mindset
In spite of the nation's health experts insisting that measles remains preventable and "eminently eliminatable," the United States is experiencing a spike in the disease, with more than 98 percent of the patients unvaccinated.
Naples Daily News
Southern Transplants: How Steve Jobs got the liver he needed in Memphis
Clockwise from top left, Jim Holahan, a liver transplant recipient moved from New Jersey to Durham, North Carolina where the competition for organs is less intense.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
The Star Press
College students, inmates learn together behind bars
On her way to one of her first college classes this August, Laney Overton walked past towering coils of barbed wire and stepped through a metal detector.
Bar owner charged in the shooting of country singer Wayne Mills
Bar owner Chris Ferrell has been charged over the shooting of country singer Wayne Mills Wayne Mills was shot dead last month in a Nashville bar after reportedly arguing with the owner over a smoking ban, lighting up a cigarette in the non-smoking area of the downtown bar, called Pit and Barrel.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Fresno Bee
Noted First Amendment scholar talks history of censorship during Fresno State visit
Dr. Ken Paulson, President of the First Amendment Center, delivers his keynote speech during the First Amendment Celebration at Fresno State's Satellite Student Union, Friday morning, December 6, 2013.
NASA scientists see giant 'cells' on sun for first time, move closer to predicting sunspots
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - NASA researchers at Huntsville's Marshall Space Flight Center have seen something new on the sun that may answer a science riddle dating back to Galileo.
Gordon Gee to take unpaid leave from Ohio State, talks 'great opportunity' to lead West Virginia University
Gee accepted and was approved as president of West Virginia University Friday, making WVU the second school where Gee has served two terms as university leader.
Does Typing Depend On Memory? Even Complex Skills May Simply Be Automatic Behavior
Researchers discovered that skilled typists could not identify the positions of many of the keys on a standard keyboard thus challenging our notions of working memory.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Study Says You Probably Do This Without Thinking
You're driving and after several miles you question if you even braked for that stop sign behind you.
Columbia Daily Herald
Primary potential to change Maury election landscape
A change that requires candidates for Maury County elected offices to declare their political affiliation will also change the dynamics of campaigning and the focus of voters, observers say.
Hearing in Vanderbilt rape case postponed
A hearing involving a California man charged with tampering with evidence in the Vanderbilt rape investigation was postponed until Jan. 9. Miles Finley, 20, of Bermuda Dunes, Calif., is charged alongside Joseph Quinzio, 20, of Palm Desert, Calif., with tampering with evidence in the case.
Erin Andrews' fight with Nashville Marriott over nude videos goes to court today
Former ESPN reporter Erin Andrews is scheduled to get a hearing this morning for her lawsuit against the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University, in which she claims the hotel was negligent in allowing a stalker to videotape her through a peephole.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Vanderbilt study to analyze student attrition at Metro charter schools
Graduate students at Vanderbilt University are wading into one of Metro schools' mostly politically charged questions: Do Nashville's charter schools really see more students leave before end-of-year testing than other public schools? And if they do, why is that? Comparing student attrition among Metro's charters, magnet and zoned schools will be ... (more)
Study Gives New Meaning to 'Let Your Fingers Do the Walking'
That is the conclusion of a study conducted by a team of cognitive psychologists at Vanderbilt and Kobe Universities.
FHS seniors gather artifacts, invite speakers to Cold War forum
Some Franklin High School seniors are turning their knowledge of the Cold War into a special event for the community with a retrospective symposium Thursday night at the school.