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  1. Community HappeningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Pattaya Mail

    The next meeting of the Pattaya City Expats Club will be on Sunday, May 17. Everyone is welcome. Dr. Somrot Phonglamai, MD, a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist at Bangkok Hospital Pattaya will speak on the topic, "Oh my aching back!" There will also be a nurse to do free blood pressure checks.

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  2. RX Sports Recovery in Highlands Ranch a pro at soothing athletes' painRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Denver Post

    Natural rest has long been deemed the key to sports recovery. If a body part hurts, don't use it.

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  3. Orinda: Second annual 'Home Brew Fest' features craft beers, swimming for the kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Contra Costa Times

    Like a lot of guys and a few gals, Steve Meagher made home-brewed beer for the first time when he was in college. But last year, at a 50th birthday-party-turned-homebrew-festival that will celebrate its second rendition Saturday at Orinda's Oak Spring Pool, Meagher's Irish red beer, "Wiley's Kilts," took the grand prize.

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  4. Wilkerson signs with Coastal CarolinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | The Summerville Journal-Scene

    Braylon Wilkerson is preparing for his final meet with the Green Wave track and field team, but his running career is far from over. The senior will put on the Green Wave uniform for the final time Saturday when he represents Summerville at the Class AAAA Championship Meet at Spring Valley High School.

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  5. High Point seniors to attend HarvardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | The Advertiser News (North)

    Two High Point Regional High Point seniors - Gui Zhen Chen and Ryan Sunda - will attend Harvard University in the fall. Chen, a senior at High Point Regional High School, was accepted at every college to which he applied: Yale, Princeton and Harvard.

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  6. Marianjoy President and CEO Honored as "Woman of Distinction" by...Read the original story

    Friday May 15 | PRWeb

    "I'm very proud to serve as the president and CEO of an organization who [...] strives every day to achieve full inclusion for not only out patients, but all persons with disabilities," Yosko said. Kathleen Yosko, President and CEO of Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital, was presented with a 2015 Women of Distinction Award from Suburban Life Magazine at an awards luncheon held May 7. The second annual Women of Distinction Award honors remarkable women from Chicago's western suburbs for their contributions to their communities, professions and philanthropic causes.

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  7. RX Sports Recovery in Highlands Ranch a pro at soothing athletes' painRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Denver Post

    Natural rest has long been deemed the key to sports recovery. If a body part hurts, don't use it.

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  8. HUMANS Trailer Reveals AMC's First Sci-Fi SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Collider

    AMC has unveiled the first trailer for its upcoming sci-fi drama series Humans , which takes place in "a parallel present" in which artificial intelligence has been achieved and humans start to form close relationships with said A.I.s. The central conceit finds Synths, artificially intelligent servants that are eerily similar to humans, all the rage in the gadget community. The show is an ensemble piece, with one story revolving around a widower who forms a close relationship with his out-of-date Synth Odi before being forced to upgrade.

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  9. Rendon set to rehab at Nationals' training facilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Major League Baseball

    Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon returned to the club's training complex in Viera, Fla., on Friday to begin baseball activities, according to manager Matt Williams. Though he did not provide an exact timetable, Williams predicts it will be a slower process before Rendon rejoins the Nationals.

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  10. Attention Occupational & Physical Therapists: 6 Steps to Better Balance is Coming to Louisville, KYRead the original story

    Thursday May 14 | PR Log

    On June 14, Better Body, Louisville will host a regional workshop to teach occupational and physical therapists a unique, simple and fun program to help older adults avoid falls. Continuing Education Units have been approved by KBLOT and KPTA.

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  11. Jessica Licari signs scholarship with Ave MariaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Pike County Journal and Reporter

    Jessica Licari recently signed a golf scholarship with Ave Maria University in southwest Florida. She said she will be working toward earning a Bachelor of Science in exercise science to become a physical therapist.

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  12. Orinda: Second annual 'Home Brew Fest' features craft beers, swimming for the kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Inside Bay Area

    Like a lot of guys and a few gals, Steve Meagher made home-brewed beer for the first time when he was in college. But last year, at a 50th birthday-party-turned-homebrew-festival that will celebrate its second rendition Saturday at Orinda's Oak Spring Pool, Meagher's Irish red beer, "Wiley's Kilts," took the grand prize.

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  13. Best jobs without a 4-year degreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | The Beaumont Enterprise

    College degrees aren't necessary to find well-paid work and with Americans tallying more than $1.2 trillion in student loan date, it's not a bad idea to look for alternatives.

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  14. CHS seniors feel ready for next stepRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Lake Chelan Mirror

    Each student of the Chelan High School class of 2015 has a slightly different story, but most seem to agree on at least one thing: they feel prepared for whatever lies next in their lives. Both Salutatorian Emma Elsner and the Chelan tennis team's top seeded female player Allie Schwantes came to Chelan from other schools.

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  15. D181 Now Accepting Preschool RegistrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Patch.com

    Community Consolidated School District 181 is currently welcoming new registrants for its three and four year-old Preschool / Early Childhood program. To be enrolled, children must be three years old by September 1, 2015, reside within District boundaries, and be toilet-trained.

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  16. Bufkin signs with MURead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | The Kingstree News

    FROM LEFT: DR. Janice Gamble, principal; Debra Keels, athletic director; Courtney Bufkin, sister; Frances Bufkin mother; Brian Smith, coach; Tyrone Johnson assistant coach, and Martin Bufkin, seated.

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  17. Kent School District launches mobile app | BriefsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Kent Reporter

    "Our choice to go mobile aligns with our commitment to increase parent engagement," said Thuan Nguyen, the district's chief information and digital strategy officer. "Enabling our families to connect with district and school information in real-time, at their convenience, will increase both communication and collaboration within the KSD community."

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  18. Dr. Roach: Home test kits for colon cancer can screen those unable to get colonoscopyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

    Dear Dr. Roach: Do home colon-cancer testing kits really help in the diagnosis of colon cancer? Do you recommend them? - E.F. Answer: I strongly recommend colon cancer screening for healthy people between the ages of 50 and 70. Based on other risk factors, some people need testing at a younger age, and for some, it might be appropriate to continue testing beyond age 70. Home tests have the potential to screen people who might otherwise be unable or unwilling to get screened in a doctor's office. In my opinion, the home test that combines a screen for colon cancer DNA and blood is better than the fecal immunochemical test , based on a 2014 study showing better sensitivity.

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  19. A good job without a degreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    College degrees aren't necessary to find well-paid work and with Americans tallying more than $1.2 trillion in student loan date, it's not a bad idea to look for alternatives. Here are the jobs with strong hiring prospects that don't require a four-year degree.

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  20. Spike Albrecht undergoes second offseason hip surgery, this time on left sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | MLive.com

    Michigan senior guard Spike Albrecht has undergone his second hip surgery of the 2015 offseason, a Michigan athletic department spokesman confirmed Wednesday night. This latest procedure comes a little over one month after Albrecht underwent a surgery to shave down a portion of his right hip joint, repair a torn labrum and address a fracture in the right hip.

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