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March 16, 2016
What Runners Need to Know About Meldonium

Runnerís World, March 14, 2016
Many other drugs boost blood flow. But instead of relaxing or opening up your arteries, like most of these medications, meldonium blocks the action of an amino acid called carnitine, explains Mohamed Jalloh, Pharm.D., a pharmacist at Creighton University in Omaha. Without carnitine, your body burns more sugar instead of fat for fuel, an energy-producing equation that requires less oxygen. Read Full Story

Obama just made it even easier to travel to Cuba

Vox, March 15, 2016
"That means practically that if you go, you canít go to the beach," said Michael Kelly, a law professor at Creighton University. "If youíre seen as going for tourism, thatís actually a violation of the regulations, but no one enforces that."
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Local View: Suicide as a doctor-prescribed treatment

Lincoln Journal Star, March 16, 2016
We prefer not to have terminally ill patients lingering around as constant reminders of our own mortality. And so, instead of investing in palliative medicine and hospice care, we enable our doctors to prescribe suicide.
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Creighton University tops 10,000 applications

KIOS, March 15, 2016
Mary Chase, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, says they will accept about 65-70% of students that are applying. She says there seems to be some momentum surrounding Creighton right now with them joining the Big East for athletics a few years ago.
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Why Me, Lord? My Conversion Experience

Huffington Post, March 15, 2016
So I turned to something I remembered from years past. An online retreat, on the Creighton University Web site that my best friend and I had worked through together. I knew nothing about Creighton or the source of the daily "exercises," at that time. I just liked how Deepak Chopra they were.
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