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September 20, 2017
Is a coffee habit tough on your bones?

Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Sept. 19, 2017
“I wouldn’t worry about it,” said Dr. Robert R. Recker, the director of the Osteoporosis Research Center at Creighton University. Huge, national studies in different countries have found “no evidence of an increase of fractures due to coffee,” said Recker, an endocrinologist.
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Training hotel/motel workers to recognize, report sexual exploitation

Radio Iowa, Sept. 19, 2017
O’Meara cites Creighton University research indicating in any given month, more than 800 people in Iowa and Nebraska are at “high and moderate risk” to become victims of sex trafficking.
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Time to Protect Our Democracy

Slate, Sept. 19, 2017
Palma Joy Strand, a professor of law in the department of interdisciplinary studies at Creighton University penned this op-ed that argues if the court follows the precedent and logic of Justice White, it will recognize that the time has come to rein in partisan gerrymandering, which has run amok in the years since the court issued its Davis opinion.
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