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- 02/16/20--06:11: _Namedropper 2/16/2020
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- 02/16/20--03:54: First-of-its-kind women's behavioral clinic set to open in Aurora
- 02/16/20--04:17: Paula Jean Parr
- 02/16/20--04:29: Medical strides help family through rare disease
- 02/16/20--05:00: CEO of Mako Medical Announced the Launch of New Nutritional DNA Test
- 02/16/20--05:20: Serving the over 55 population, Mercy Life continues to grow
- 02/16/20--05:30: Should Alabama legalize medical marijuana?
- 02/16/20--05:43: KY: CBD HEMP SHOW SHOWS INDUSTRY'S GROWTH FOR FARMERS
- 02/16/20--05:57: PHOTOS: Gwinnett Medical Center Cornerstone Society Gala
- 02/16/20--06:11: Namedropper 2/16/2020
- 02/16/20--06:21: Scranton woman finds strength in facing chronic pain
- 02/16/20--06:21: School Notes 2/16/2020
- 02/16/20--06:30: Caregiver Support Group and Stem Cell Therapy seminars
- 02/16/20--06:36: SUNY Poly students 'bunk-in' at Maynard firehouse
- 02/16/20--07:39: OSU chef Jim Warner shows us how to make grilled salmon
KRDO ABC Colorado Springs ABC Colorado Springs - A new women's behavioral clinic, run by all women, is set to open Thursday in Aurora. It's the only one of its kind in Colorado, and one of the only ones in the nation. Our own Dani Fried got an exclusive peak inside the clinic on the Medical Center of Aurora campus. "This unit is
Paris Texas News Paris - Paula Jean Parr, age 81, of Clarksville, passed away Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020, at Paris Regional Medical Center.
Mankato Free Press Mankato - An aunt and nephew in the Mankato area share a rare disease, giving their family a firsthand look at how far treatment advanced in between their births.
Janesville Gazette Janesville - Police and medical professionals say cocaine use is on the rise in Rock County, and the opioid epidemic might be a contributing factor.
PR Newswire - /PRNewswire/ -- Chad Price, the CEO of Mako Medical, announced this week that Mako Medical Laboratories is launching a new DNA test focused on Nutrition. "This...
Ambler Gazette Ambler - NORRISTOWN ? As Mercy Catholic Medical Center in Philadelphia prepares to shut down inpatient services, Mercy Life in Norristown looks ahead to continued growth.
Birmingham News Mobile - SB 165, also called the Compassion Act, would allow for medical marijuana in Alabama, though it would have limited applications.
WFMZ Allentown - KENTUCKY MEDICAL MARIJUANA TRADE SHOW HOUSE BILL 136
Gwinnett Daily Post Lawrenceville - Click here to view this item from gwinnettdailypost.com.
South China Morning Post - China is the world's largest producer of medical facial masks, but surging demand amid the coronavirus outbreak has created a severe shortage.
Los Angeles Times - A four-person medical team offers care to some of the sickest people in L.A. by meeting them where they live, on the street.
Scranton Times-Tribune Scranton - Physicians honored Patrick D. Conaboy, M.D., Michael J. Paglia, M.D., Ph.D., and Thomas Bisignani were among new members who joined the Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education board of directors. Conaboy, of Archbald, is the chief medical officer for
Scranton Times-Tribune Scranton - Emily Matis holds the power to lift herself up through her natural athleticism and a fighter's heart. The Scranton resident's basketball dreams were cut short thanks to medical issues doctors couldn't explain starting in middle school. Years of living wit
Scranton Times-Tribune Scranton - Abington Heights Senior Sarah Pineiro is a SkillsUSA Medical Terminology gold medal recipient. She won the medal at district level competition and will move on to the state competition in April.
Norwalk Hour Norwalk - Bridges by EPOCH at Trumbull, a memory care assisted living community, located at 2415 Reservoir Ave., will host the following complimentary events in February. Call 203-935-8530 to RSVP. Caregiver Support Group - Wednesday, Feb. 19, at 5:30 p.m. Caregivers are invited to trade tips, socialize with others on a similar journey and receive expert advice from dementia care professionals who understand their challenges and concerns. Dinner will be served. Caregivers may bring their loved ones with memory loss to dine with Bridges residents while they attend the group. Dine and Discover - Stem Cell Therapy for Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Patients: Thursday, Feb. 20, at 5 p.m.; With Guest Speaker Dr. Peter McAllister, co-founder and Chief Medical Officer, New England Institute for Clinical Research. Stroke and traumatic brain injury strike millions of people each year. Dr. McAllister will discuss the various treatment options for the long-t
Utica Observer-Dispatch Utica - MARCY ? Since August, the Maynard Fire Department has housed three firefighters at their headquarters in Marcy.But unlike a paid fire department, the crew is made up of three college students who ? in exchange for free housing ? offer up their services as firefighters and emergency medical technicians.The three students at State University of New York Polytechnic Institute ? Cameron O'Neil, a 21-year-old junior from Port Crane; John Mollevik, a 21-year-old senior
Epoch Times - The United States is planning to fly home hundreds of Americans who have been held in medical isolation ...
Stamford Advocate Stamford - HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Gunfire erupted at a Connecticut nightclub early Sunday morning, killing a man and wounding four other people, police said. A 28-year-old man died in the shooting at the Majestic Lounge in Hartford's South End, police Lt. Paul Cicero said. Two other males and two females were wounded, with two of them in surgery Sunday morning and two in stable condition, he said. None of their names was released. Police officers had been stationed outside the club because of previous problems there and reported the shooting at about 1:30 a.m. Officers rushed in, but were confronted with a large number of people running toward the exits, Cicero said. "Everybody started pushing their way out to get away from the gunfire," he said. "It was kind of pandemonium." Officers, however, were able to provide immediate medical care to the victims, he said. There were no suspects in custody. Officials said there was little information to release because the investigation was in the
CNBC - Storing medical images on CD is a big and expensive problem for the radiology field. Salesforce CMO Ashwini Zenooz and big tech companies are rallying behind an effort called "Ditch the Disk."
WCMH NBC Columbus NBC Columbus - COLUMBUS (WCMH) ? Jim Warner is the Nutrition Services Program Director and Chef at the Wexner Medical Center. He joins us, to show how to cook grill salmon.