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November 14, 2011
Panel Urges Cholesterol Testing for Kids

The Wall Street Journal, Nov 12, 2011
Broad screening would come at a cost. A lab might charge an insurer about $80 for a test, said Richard Baltaro, an associate professor of pathology at Creighton University.
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An engine of innovation

Omaha World-Herald, Nov 14, 2011
Elsewhere in the Nebraska technology ecosystem, the development center is devoting more time and resources to pairing researchers from institutions like NU Tech Ventures, UNeMed and the intellectual property offices at Creighton University with businesses that can develop the technologies into high-revenue businesses.
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Healthy teeth, healthy heart

Omaha World-Herald, Nov 13, 2011
Severin's dentist, Dr. Courtney Molettiere, said she was well-aware of the potential connection. Molettiere, who graduated from the Creighton University School of Dentistry two years ago, said the matter came up during her training in dental school.
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Degree after 4 years? Try 5 or 6

Omaha World-Herald, Nov 13, 2011
To be sure, even Iowa's four-year rate pales in comparison with those of private institutions such as Creighton University in Omaha. Creighton graduates 65 percent of its entering freshmen within four years and 77 percent within six years.
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Omaha World-Herald, Nov 12, 2011
Dr. Henry Nipper, director of clinical chemistry and toxicology at Creighton University Medical Center, has been appointed chairman of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Devices and Radiologic Health Panel.
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Veteranís Story: Marcia Anderson, the First African-American Female Army Two-Star General, Nov 11, 2011.
While a student at Creighton University in Nebraska, Gen. Marcia Anderson signed up for a military science course to fulfill her science requirement, but getting the class was only possible by signing up for ROTC.
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Work Life: Polygamy in the Workplace, Nov. 14, 2011
"We've found that less than 30 percent use the word themselves but they're labeled that by other coworkers. There's a level of discomfort about it because it makes it sound like something salacious is going on when there's not," says Creighton University associate professor of communications, Chad McBride.
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