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September 28, 2011
Creighton University Explores Community-Based Partnerships To Combat Health Care Disparities

Digital Journal, Sept 28, 2011
Creighton continues its complimentary fall webinar series on “hot topics” in health care ethics, offered as part of its online Master of Science in Health Care Ethics program.
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Cash card touted as ATM alternative

Omaha World Herald, Sept 28, 2011
Julie Kalkowski, director of Creighton University's Financial Hope Collaborative, said the EZ Money machine may add convenience and the $3 fee seems "reasonable" and cheaper than payday loans, bounced checks or check-cashing fees charged at some locations.
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Times good for farmers

Omaha World Herald, Sept 28, 2011
The reason, Creighton University economist Ernie Goss said Tuesday, is that if those countries trigger a European financial collapse, the U.S. dollar would strengthen and reduce U.S. exports of farm products. That, in turn, would reduce farm prices, farmers' income and the price of U.S. farmland.
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Reporting Incidental X-Ray Discoveries Improves Care

Medscape, Sept 27, 2011
The results bring to light an issue that is often lost in the shuffle of other clinical issues, said Laura A.G. Armas, MD, assistant professor at Creighton University's Osteoporosis Research Center, in Omaha, Nebraska.
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Zoo gorilla had heart ailment

Omaha World Herald, Sept 27, 2011
The Henry Doorly Zoo is among the zoos that have been studying heart conditions in male gorillas. Creighton University's Cardiac Center, which has donated the echocardiogram machine and the expertise of an ultra sonographer, had found heart disease in at least six (including Gerry) of the zoo's 10 male gorillas.
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Dayton guard picks Creighton

Omaha World Herald, Sept 28, 2011
Andre Yates became the second member of Creighton's 2012 recruiting class when he told Bluejay coaches Wednesday that he will accept their scholarship offer, a person with knowledge of the situation told The World-Herald. Yates, a 5-foot-11 point guard from Dunbar High School in Dayton, Ohio, averaged 14.5 points and 5.3 assists as a junior.
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Jays: No shutout string without Duran

Omaha World Herald, Sept 27, 2011
Brian Holt's name will show up in the Creighton soccer record books for notching more than 739 shutout minutes in goal.
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