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Chamblee, Glades health care advocate, dead at 78

Long before anyone heard of AIDS, Sandra Grove Chamblee talked to a nurse in 1981 about a mysterious condition of a patient in the emergency room at Glades General Hospital. The immune system of the p... read more

Revised Recommendations for HIV Testing of Adults, Adolescents, and Pregnant Women in Health-Care Settings

Telephone: 404-639-0900; Fax: 404-639-0897; E-mail: bbranson@cdc.gov. For patients in all health-care settings: HIV screening is recommended for patients in all health-care settings after the patient ... read more

Integrative medicine and spoon bending at the University of Alberta and “Bigfoot skepticism”

It’s a flier for Pediatric Integrative Medicine Rounds at the University of Alberta’s CARE Program for ... skeptics” in our brain dead legislature, maybe the bill wouldn’t have made it out of the Hous... read more

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Liberals Are Done Debating

Conservatives may be ethically compromised, uninformed or—if liberals are in a generous mood—mentally unstable, but they can't be for real. At least, that's the sense I increasingly get from the left ... read more


How can you help? Wish list from nonprofit agencies, July 8

To make a donation or become a volunteer, contact Barb Tylenda at (262) 632-2400 or drop off donations to the Health Care Network office at 904 State ... Sexual Assault Services Volunteer advocates to ... read more

Should e-cigs be treated as standard smokes?

They are attractive. They are a drug delivery system,” said Pat McKone, a tobacco control advocate at the American Lung Association in Minnesota. “The jury is out on e-cigarettes, way out.” State Heal... read more

Secondhand smoke kills 600,000 worldwide annually

Health officials have known that more than 1 billion people around the world smoke and 5 million people die each year from tobacco-related illness, according to the World Health Organization. That's a... read more

Lois Tilton reviews Short Fiction, early November

Darioch’s wife Zania has been sickly since the stillbirth of their child, and he attends personally to her care in their cottage away from all ... In this future, the memories of the dead are often us... read more

No, Canada Will Not Be the Next Silicon Valley

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pledging $800 million over the next four years to create "technology incubators" aimed at transforming cities like Waterloo, Ontario, into the next Silicon Va... read more

Chris Leinberger tells Rotarians how Atlanta can become hot again

Developer and urbanist Chris Leinberger delivered a “wake-up call” Monday at the Rotary Club of Atlanta — “Hot-lanta is no longer hot.” Leinberger has been coming to Atlanta an average of once a month ... read more

Six movies opening in Lubbock theaters

After the Taliban tries to kill her for speaking out on behalf of girls' education, Malala emerges as a leading advocate for children's rights ... and Stars and Stripes Drive-In. Pronounced dead by re... read more

Shoshi’s Bright Light

A bright light has been extinguished and the world is a much darker place as a result. Upon hearing the news, all were filled with a profound grief, an acute pain and an overwhelming ache. Many felt a... read more



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