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Group to make 54 apartments available to homeless veterans
Mary Lockhart White, executive director of the Community Action Partnership of Lake County, kicks off a campaign in North Chicago on Friday to provide housing to homeless veterans and their families.
Tabasco sauce used to train Ebola health care workers
Artificial patients are doused with the sauce, and health care workers then perform treatment tasks. At the end of the drill is the real test: removing their contaminated gear safely.
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Coachella council hopefuls have mixed views on tax hike
Five candidates - Hernandez, Aviles, Figueroa, Rodriguez and Sanchez - did not respond to multiple emails from The Desert Sun. Candidates were given about 50 words per answer. With costs for public ... We had to make numerous cuts in education ...
Jackson, Hatcher headline Civil Rights Hall of Fame fundraiser
When the Civil Rights Act was signed into law, I went to Mississippi with a group and worked to register people to vote and returned the following year.
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Alberta health minister under fire for tobacco lobby ties
By Kevin Maimann, Edmonton Sun. First posted: Friday ... NDP candidate Dr. Bob Turner alleged Friday that Mandel is "dragging his feet" on proclaiming Bill 206 to ban flavoured tobacco because of his relationship with Hal Danchilla, the founder of the ...
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Mega medical group primes for more growth
Born as Pediatrix in 1979, Sunrise-based Mednax is now a mature 35. And the medical group has been prolific. Now a mega-specialty physicians network, Mednax continues to expand nationally, making eight acquisitions just this year.
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Ebola shows how government bumbles
These are tough days for liberals. Their central dogma - that government is the answer to our problems - is taking a beating. Voters are learning what conservatives have always known, big government can fail in big ways.
New quarantine rules considered for aid workers returning to US from Ebola ...  Washington Post
NY and NJ will quarantine doctors and others exposed to Ebola; move prompted ...  Vancouver Sun
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Abuse survivor teaches students about hope after 'Living with Rage'
Author and abuse survivor Angelica Harris of New York signed copies of her book, "Living with Rage: A Quest for Solace" for teens and staff at the Allendale Association in Lake Villa on Thursday, Oct 23.
Hopkins picked to create Ebola training tool
Federal health regulators picked Johns Hopkins Medicine on Friday to lead development of a Web-based tool to train doctors, nurses and other health care workers on the protocols they should follow when treating patients with, or at risk of contracting ...
As a doctor fights Ebola, a nurse beats the deadly virus
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Las Cruces behavioral health-care provider sues state over Medicaid freeze
In its suit, Southwest Counseling Center Inc. alleges HSD violated the nonprofit's due process rights when it indefinitely suspended Medicaid payments in June 2013 without a hearing.
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