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September 6, 2012
Study to look at how vitamin D can improve angioplasty outcomes

NutraIngredients-USA, Sept. 4, 2012
A recently announced study on vitamin D to be conducted at the Creighton University School of Medicine will look at the substance’s possible role in preventing atherosclerotic arteries from re-closing after stents have been put in place. But, according to lead researcher Devendra K. Agrawal, PhD, the results could also be a step in the direction of the Holy Grail of personalized nutrition and health care.
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Economic growth seems to be slowing down in Iowa

DesMoinesRegister, Sept. 5, 2012
“Supply managers report that drought conditions, U.S. economic uncertainty and slowing global demand are restraining growth,” said Ernie Goss, an economist at Creighton University, which produces the report.
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Creighton’s Annual Women and Health Lecture Set For October 11

WOWT, Sept. 5, 2012
Creighton University’s 22nd annual Women and Health Lecture will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, at the Joslyn Art Museum, Witherspoon Concert Hall. This year’s lecture will feature Tess Gerritsen, an internationally best-selling author.
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Tapping the gold mine: Jewelry selling parties catch on

Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 2, 2012
Cody Everett spread the contents of a plastic bag onto a red cloth on Sarah Rider's dining room table. “This isn't a buy-stuff party. It's a sell-stuff party,” said Rider, hostess of the recent Thursday night gathering in Omaha and staff member at Creighton University.
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Jays counting on depth to fill void

Omaha World-Herald, Sept. 5, 2012
The Creighton volleyball team is heading into an important weekend without right-side hitter Michelle Sicner, who twisted her ankle early in last Saturday’s game. “It will give other kids an opportunity to step up. We have some depth,’’ CU coach Kirsten Bernthal Booth said. “This sort of adversity is probably good for us.’’
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