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  1. Community EventsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 min ago | The Georgetown Times

    SHABBAT SERVICES: Temple Beth Elohim, a Reform Jewish congregation located at 230 Screven St., holds services every Friday at 7:30 p.m. Call 527-7545. GEORGETOWN AA: The Georgetown Group of Alcoholics Anonymous meets at the CB Hut, 605 1/2 Church St. Call 843-445-7119.


  2. Scientists find new way to convert blood cells into sensory neuronsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | Medical News

    ... and is a professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine. Also playing a key role was Karun Singh, a co-author in the study and holder of the David Braley Chair in Human Stem Cell ...


  3. Stop Smoking Team in Wisbech on World No Tobacco DayRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | Wisbech Standard

    Cambridgeshire County Council's Camquit stop smoking advisors will park their health van at Wisbech car boot sale on Sunday May 31 from 8am to 1pm. The town also has the highest prevalence of smoking in the county.


  4. TGen and Baylor partnership set to increase treatments options for cancer patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | Medical News

    ... Baylor Scott & White Health. "The collaboration is consistent with Baylor's commitment to delivering precision medicine to patients." Genomics applies recombinant DNA, DNA sequencing methods and bioinformatics to sequence, to assemble and analyze ...


  5. Off-duty Fla. Firefighter Saves Drowning GirlRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago |

    May 21--A vacationing Lake County firefighter is being called a hero after saving the life of a young girl who was drowning in an Orlando-area resort pool. Lake County Fire Rescue Lt.


  6. Sex-determining gene in mosquitoes may help reduce disease transmissionRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | Medical News

    Researchers with the Fralin Life Science Institute at Virginia Tech have identified a gene responsible for sex determination in mosquitoes that can transmit yellow fever, dengue, and chikungunya viruses. Only female mosquitoes bite because they need blood for developing eggs, and researchers believe that a higher ratio of males could reduce disease transmission.


  7. Cost of med school not helping AZ's doctor shortageRead the original story

    36 min ago | WICU12 Erie

    ... to repay those loans," said Tara Cunningham, the associate dean of admissions and recruitment for the College of Medicine. Every year they are set to graduate about 80 students, and half of them usually stay in Arizona for their residencies. They ...


  8. 53 people in 9 states sickened after eating raw tunaRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KATU-TV Portland

    Most of the cases - 31 - are in California, officials at the California Department of Public Health said. Other affected states include Arizona, Illinois, Mississippi, New Mexico, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.


  9. Westchester County Health Department Offers Memorial Day Safety TipsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Harrison Daily Voice

    The Westchester County Department of Health and Health Commissioner Sherlita Amler are providing tips for residents to safely celebrate Memorial Day and the summer. "Heat stroke and dehydration can take you by surprise," Amler said.


  10. 3D Systems Expands National Education Reach with Thermo Fisher ScientificRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | ThomasNet

    ... life using its vast material selection, including plastics, metals, ceramics and edibles. 3DS' leading personalized medicine capabilities save lives and include end-to-end simulation, training and planning, and printing of surgical instruments and ...


  11. 80 Percent of Sunscreens Don't Work or Contain Harmful Ingredients: ReportRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | News Max

    Just in time for Memorial Day, the traditional kickoff of summer beach season, a new study finds 80 percent of sunscreens on the market don't work as effectively as makers claim and/or contain potentially harmful ingredients. The analysis, published this week by the nonprofit Environmental Working Group , found four out of five of 1,700 sunscreens, lip balms, and moisturizers tested by the advocacy group don't live up to their promises.


  12. Police: Man shot to death in EastportRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | The Maryland Gazette

    Annapolis police said a 39-year-old man was shot and killed Thursday night in the city's Harbour House community. No arrests have been made as of early Friday morning and police are asking anyone with information to contact authorities.


  13. Skipping meals could lead to bel...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | Great Bend Tribune

    ... management, says Dr. Kristen Hairston, assistant professor of endocrinology and metabolism at Wake Forest School of Medicine. It's important to incorporate 30 minutes of moderate activity into each day, she told WebMD . When it comes to diet, adding ...


  14. Thousands of patients' data stolen at North Jersey hospitalsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago | WKXW-FM Trenton

    The Record reports the billing company said in a letter to patients that it's cooperating with federal authorities in their "criminal investigation."


  15. Three last chances to compete in 2015 Memorial Day RunRead the original story w/Photo

    12 min ago |

    This is your last chance to enter the 2015 Memorial Day Run, one of Staten Island's most popular outdoor events. Late registration for the 35th annual running of the four-mile race, which is set for Monday morning, will take place Friday and Saturday and cost $30.


  16. 8 Places You Don't Think To Put Sunscreen, But ShouldRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago |

    Many of us grew up hearing about the dangers of UVA and UVB rays and, thanks to the abundance of information out there, we've been fortunate to know that protecting our skin from an early age from the harmful effects of sun exposure is essential. If you diligently apply sunscreen to your face every morning, even on cloudy days,pat yourself on the back for the steps you're taking to reduce your risk of contracting skin cancer and ward off wrinkles.


  17. UPDATE 2-Campbell Soup's profit beats on lower promotions, higher pricesRead the original story

    14 min ago | Reuters

    Packaged foods maker Campbell Soup Co reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by lower promotions, higher selling prices and cost cuts. Shares of the company, known for its soups, Pepperidge Farm cookies and Goldfish crackers, rose 1.5 percent in premarket trading on Friday.


  18. Study Claims Coffee Could Improve A Man's Sex LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    15 min ago | CBS Local

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  19. Fire brigade believe cigarette caused blaze which destroyed two sheds in BexleyRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | News Shopper

    A cigarette is thought to have caused a fire which destroyed two sheds in Eynsford Crescent last night . Four fire engines and 20 fire fighters from Bexley, Sidcup and Eltham were called to the residential road just after 7pm to reports of a shed alight.


  20. Gastric bypass helps treat diabetes, but has risksRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | Reuters

    Two years after surgery, people who have had gastric bypass have better control of their type 2 diabetes than people who did not, but also had higher risk of infections and bone fractures, according to a new international study. "Some doctors had thought that gastric bypass could cure diabetes, but that did not happen for most of our patients," said coauthor Dr. Charles J. Billington.