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Poliovirus Kills College Student's Brain Tumor

...  fool you. She smiles a lot, laughs easily. But … Read more on KSDK Progress made in reducing violence in children's lives Because the trend identified in the study "is not obvious without careful and meticulous surveys," it may… Continue reading

Heroin on Campus

...  data suggested it's at very low level and we didn't have any kind of event that drew our attention to it,” said Ralph A. Manchester, director of the … Read more on Inside Higher Ed Aid in Recovery Comments… Continue reading

Hawthorne Barracks Has Long History of Lost Evidence, Audit Says

...  barracks has long history of lost evidence, audit says Bennett did not return numerous calls. Attorney Harold Moroknek, who has represented him, declined to comment. New York State Police Superintendent Joseph D'Amico maintained last week that there were no… Continue reading

Alcohol vs. Tobacco: Pick Your Poison

...  vs. Tobacco: Pick your poison By developing an addiction, I mean building a tolerance, having a dependence, and experiencing withdrawal symptoms. The New York Times even revealed through research in pharmacology, psychology, physiology and neurobiology that a nicotine addiction… Continue reading

Shop Rite Partners in Caring Awards $60000 Grant to Support Long Island

...  Rite Partners in Caring Awards 000 Grant to Support Long Island … Long Island, NY – April 22, 2014 – For the fifteenth year in a row, the Wakefern Food Corporation has awarded a generous grant of $ 60,000… Continue reading

Cocaine vs. Adderall?

...  trend of prescription “diversion, misuse and abuse” according to a DEA release. … Days' are necessary due to the wording of the Controlled … Read more on Kilgore News Herald How Esquire Got ADHD Wrong Never considered by the… Continue reading