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March 3, 2016
How Your Supplements Interact With Prescription Drugs

Wall Street Journal, Feb. 29, 2016
Associate Professor of pharmacy and Director of the Center for Drug Information and Evidence-Based Practice Philip Gregory spoke with the Wall Street Journal about over-the-counter herbal supplements and their effects on prescription drugs.
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Growing Evidence Health Supplements interact with many prescription drugs

Business Day, March 1, 2016
Philip Gregory, an associate professor of pharmacy and director of the Center for Drug Information and Evidence-Based Practice at Creighton University in Omaha, US, says many patients who are admitted to intensive care units have supplements circulating in their system that can interact with drugs and cause bleeding, liver, heart and nervous system complications.
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Clinton And Trump Should've Reported Some Gifts To Their Charities As Personal Income, Tax Experts Say

Huffington Post, Feb. 29, 2016
"Under the law, you can't have a contribution if there's a quid pro quo," explained Nick Mirkay, a professor of law and associate dean for planning and initiatives at Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska. "If Trump said, 'I will appear in exchange for you making a contribution,' then the money should have been reported on Trump's income tax returns."
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February's Omaha Press Club features Creighton's President

KIOS, March 2, 2016
Father Daniel Hendrickson, president of Creighton University, was the guest speaker at February’s Omaha Press Club Noon Forum. Hendrickson started on July 1, 2015, succeeding Father Timothy Lannon.
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Midwest manufacturing rebounded in February

Kansas City Star, March 1, 2016
Creighton University’s Mid-America Business Conditions Index climbed to a neutral 50.5 last month from a weak 48.3 in January. Any reading below 50 is considered a sign of contraction in manufacturing activity. The recent survey also pointed toward a better job market ahead, economics professor Ernie Goss said in the university’s report.
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