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May 23, 2016
Heartland Focus-from the arts to wellness

WOWT, May 22, 2016
Dr. Richard Brown continues a lifetime of making differences and his latest project is working with REACH in conjunction with Creighton University.
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5 Hidden Dangers of Common Medications

ATTN:, May 20, 2016
This isn't to say that OTC drugs are a public health hazard; in fact, they're a great first line of defense against everyday injuries and disease symptoms, according to Mohamed A. Jalloh, an Omaha-based Walgreens pharmacist who serves as a post-doctoral fellow of evidence-based medicine at Creighton University and a spokesman for the American Pharmacists Association.
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Bookends: Library getting ready for summer reading

Omaha World-Herald, May 22, 2016
Ross Romero, assistant professor of philosophy at Creighton University, has published a new book: “Without the Least Tremor: The Sacrifice of Socrates in Plato’s Phaedo.”
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Despite difficult year, manufacturers dominate the Star Tribune 100 list

Star Tribune, May 21, 2016
Recent economic reports from the Creighton University and Enterprise Minnesota showed that Minnesota’s industrial firms also struggled with a tight labor market and near-zero unemployment rates. They also suffered from downturns in ore mining and agriculture equipment markets.
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AWTRY: Stubborn children make me want to…

Scottsbluff Star Herald, May 21, 2016
Jamie walking across the stage at Creighton University to accept her Doctorate of Occupational Therapy. She took that degree and immediately put it to use, dedicating her life to working with children with disabilities.
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Around and about: Spies, secret agents and a HeRO

Omaha World-Herald, May 22, 2016
Proceeds from the $430,000 raised will go toward cancer research at the Creighton University Hereditary Cancer Center and the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
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