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June 5, 2018

13 Sunburn Myths That Are Damaging Your Skin

Reader's digest, June 4, 2018
To a degree, this is true, but there are some things you can do to mitigate its effects. "If you catch a sunburn early-as soon as you feel the tingle-you can slow it down with a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug like Aleve or Advil," says Christopher Huerter, MD, associate professor of medicine and chief of dermatology at Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha.
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2018 Trauma Symposium

Domestic Preparedness, June 4, 2018
The main focus of the Creighton University School of Medicine's 2018 Trauma Symposium, along with exploring the latest in trauma surgery techniques and cases, is to give practitioners the ability to educate the general public on the Stop the Bleed campaign.
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3 Day Startup Names Alexis Taylor as its New CEO

SILICONHILLS, June 3, 2018
Taylor has worked with 3 Day Startup since 2013 when she launched a program at Creighton University.
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Rural Mainstreet Index at Highest Point in Five Years

AGNET West, June 4, 2018
The Creighton University Rural Mainstreet Index climbed above growth neutral in May for the fourth-straight month.
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How older military veterans can help younger ones succeed | Expert column

Inside Business, June 4, 2018
Chad Storlie is a USAA member community blogger and a retired Army Special Forces officer. He is an adjunct professor of marketing at Creighton University. Read Full Story

Cole County EMS hires a new deputy chief

KOMU, June 4, 2018
"His background running an ambulance district and a master of science degree in EMS administration from Creighton University is awesome. We are looking forward to having him with us."
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