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December 3, 2008

Creighton in the News

Mid-America states to see deeper recession-survey
Forbes.com, Dec. 1, 2008
The latest survey results from Economics Professor Ernie Goss show conditions ripe for a recession that could rival the recession of 1982-82
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Midlands Voices: State’s duty to the ‘Beatrice Six’ only began with releasing them
Omaha World-Herald, Dec. 3, 2008
Creighton Sociology Professor Rebecca Murray, an executive board member of the Nebraska Innocence Project, co-authored an editorial asking the state to enact a statute to compensate innocent people.
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As it grows in popularity, vitamin D's role is debated
San Diego Tribune, Dec. 3, 2008
Osteoporosis research and vice president of Creighton University’s Health Sciences Dr. Robert Heaney is quoted in this story on the growing popularity of vitamin-D supplements.
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Ten baffling medical conditions
ABC News Internet, Dec. 3, 2008
If you put an ice cube on somebody that has cold urticaria (allergic to cold) , they're going to have a big welt right where the ice cube was," said Dr. Thomas Casale, chief of allergy and immunology at Creighton University.
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County squad tops field at national EMS competition
Daytona Beach News, Dec. 3, 2008
An EMS team from Flagler County in Florida won the national EMS competition held last month at Creighton University.
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Creighton defeats Mississippi Valley State 82-58
Omaha World-Herald, Dec. 3, 2008
More than a few fans in the announced crowd of 15,748 probably left Qwest Center Omaha on Tuesday night thinking that Creighton's 82-58 win over Mississippi Valley State wasn't a big deal.
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Women's Basketball: Jays open tough stretch with game at No. 6 OU
Omaha World-Herald, Dec. 3, 2008 Two recent wins give the Creighton women's basketball team a much-needed shot of confidence heading into a challenging stretch that begins tonight at sixth-ranked Oklahoma.
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