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March 7, 2011
Come autumn, ragweed will stick around longer

Omaha World-Herald – Livewell, March 6, 2011
Ford and Dr. Thomas Casale, chief of allergy and immunology at Creighton University, both said they're seeing the season extend to later in the fall.
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State Supreme Court halts surgery to allow appeal in hysterectomy ruling

Helena Independent Record, March 7, 2011
Then there are degrees, so to speak, of religion, said John Stone of Creighton University’s Center for Health Policy and Ethics. People with well-established religious objections to medical treatments — say Jehovah’s Witnesses who refuse blood transfusions, even lifesaving ones – generally see those requests honored, he said.
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When businesses put ethics first

Omaha World-Herald, March 7, 2011
To spread the word about how to deal with those issues, a group of Creighton University graduate students interviewed business owners who received the Better Business Bureau's 2010 Integrity Awards for Omaha.
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Ready Or Not? When Should A Child Start Kindergarten?

WOWT, March 6, 2011
"I think it's important for parents to realize it's not a black and white decision,” said Dr. Lynn Olson, the director of Elementary Education at Creighton University.
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Writer Brent Spencer comes to terms with his father's venomous legacy

Minneapolis Star-Tribune, March 6, 2011
“Few writers delineate the tension between fathers and sons as well as Brent Spencer, author of the novel "The Lost Son" and the story collection "Are We Not Men?"
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Tritz blitz has Bluejays thinking big

Omaha World-Herald, March 6, 2011
Jim Flanery kept hearing how he had something special on his hands long before Carli Tritz stepped on Creighton’s campus to play basketball.
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