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August 4, 2008

Creighton in the News

Mid-America economy ekes gain, prices soar –survey
Reuters, August 1, 2008
Results of the July Business Conditions Index produced by Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss appeared in over 80 publications across the nation.
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Will Drinking Carbonated Beverages Weaken my Bones?, July 30, 2008
Endocrinologist Robert Heaney of Creighton University discusses the health effects of drinking carbonated beverages.
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Unitarian church rooted in tolerance
Omaha World-Herald, August 2, 2008
Eileen Burke-Sullivan, assistant professor of Theology at Creighton University, comments on the doctrine of the Unitarian Church.
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McCain candidacy raises melanoma profile
Omaha World-Herald, July 30, 2008
Dr. James M. Shehan, assistant professor of dermatology at the Creighton University School of Medicine, offers health advice regarding melanoma.
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Can President Bush be next at the ICC?
Tehran Times, Iran, July 28, 2008
Michael Kelly of Creighton University School of Law is quoted in this Iranian news publication.
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Which fits best on your lap?
Omaha World-Herald, August 3, 2008
Mark Smedinghoff, Creighton University’s manager of student technology support, is quoted regarding Creighton’s student laptop program.
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City pursues license for EMS Division
Nebraska City News Press, July 29, 2008
Rodney Turpel, an EMS instructor at Creighton University, explains the difference in training of an EMT versus a paramedic.
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Story Shenogen Pharma Blends East and West, July 29, 2008
Zhao-Yi (Charlie) Wang, associate professor at Creighton University Medical Center, is a founder of Shenogen Pharma Group, which is a combination of Western practices and traditional Chinese medicines. The article features Shenogen’s approach and Wang’s research.
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Liver recipient grows in vitality, gratitude
Omaha World-Herald, August 3, 2008
Gary Gorby, chief of infectious diseases at Creighton University School of Medicine, shares part of his experience as an organ donor.
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Founder of public broadcasting in Nebraska dies
Omaha World-Herald, July 28, 2008
Creighton University alumnus and founder of NET John G. "Jack" McBride died this week.
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