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Sunday, March 26, 2017 - Radiation expert Dr. Janette Sherman: Less than one lifetime - San Francisco Bay View

San Francisco Bay View Radiation expert Dr. Janette Sherman: Less than one lifetime San Francisco Bay View At least 129,000 men, women and children were immediately killed, but that number does not include those who died thereafter from burns, radiation sickness, starvation and lack of medical care. Just seven years later, in 1952, after graduating from ...

Sunday, March 26, 2017 - Multiple Vehicle Crash Sends 2 New Hampshire Women to the Hospital - My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22

My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22 Multiple Vehicle Crash Sends 2 New Hampshire Women to the Hospital My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22 Coull had less serious injuries, and was treated at the Cheshire Medical Center. Police arrested Dunn for aggravated driving while intoxicated. He's expected to appear in court Monday. The crash is still being investigated by New Hampshire State Police. New Ipswich woman injured in head-on crash in Westmoreland; Vt. woman charged with DWINewHampshire.com all 4 news articles »

Sunday, March 26, 2017 - Tick season brings renewed Lyme Disease concerns - WCAX.COM Local Vermont News, Weather and Sports- - WCAX

Tick season brings renewed Lyme Disease concerns - WCAX.COM Local Vermont News, Weather and Sports- WCAX ... time because the nymphs come out, and the nymphs versus an adult are very small, and they can bite you, but they are just much, much harder to see," said Dr. Christopher Grace, an Infectious Disease Specialist at the University of Vermont Medical ... and more »

Sunday, March 26, 2017 - Mississippi legislator calls budget 'deliberate wreckage' - News & Observer

Mississippi legislator calls budget 'deliberate wreckage' News & Observer David Blount, a Democrat from Jackson, as the Senate debated a budget cut to the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Addressing his Republican colleagues, he added: "You ran on cutting government. Why aren't you all jumping up and down to cut ... and more »

Sunday, March 26, 2017 - LIVE WELL: Stillwater Medical Center stands up against Big Tobacco - Stillwater News Press

Stillwater News Press LIVE WELL: Stillwater Medical Center stands up against Big Tobacco Stillwater News Press Each year in Oklahoma, 2,400 kids become new regular, daily smokers. Tobacco use is still the leading cause of preventable death in Oklahoma, killing more than 7,500 people every year. TSET grantees partner with organizations across the state to hold ...

Sunday, March 26, 2017 - UMass Medical School Partnering with Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island to Improve Treatment of ... - Corrections.com

Corrections.com UMass Medical School Partnering with Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island to Improve Treatment of ... Corrections.com The collaborative includes the departments of corrections in Connecticut and Rhode Island, and the sheriffs in the Massachusetts counties of Middlesex and Barnstable. UMass Medical School is investigating how each program has implemented screening ...

Sunday, March 26, 2017 - UMass Medical School Partnering with Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island to Improve Treatment of ... - Corrections.com

Corrections.com UMass Medical School Partnering with Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island to Improve Treatment of ... Corrections.com Drugabuse In an effort to improve addiction treatments in prisons and jails across the country, the University of Massachusetts Medical School has partnered with four New England correctional systems to study approaches they are employing to provide ...