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Join Palo Alto University on Police Officer Training and Use o...

PALO ALTO, Calif., Oct. 20, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- (PAU) is pleased to announce that Dr. Christopher Weaver, Associate Professor and Director of Forensic Psychology, will give two presentations on the evolution of his police officer ... International Business Times, 4 days ago

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Melatonin ameliorates the adverse effects of leptin on sperm

ORIGINAL ARTICLE Ahead of print publication Fayez A Almabhouh 1 , Khairul Osman 2 , Siti Fatimah Ibrahim 2 , Sergey Gupalo 1 , Justin Gnanou 3 , Effendi Ibrahim 1 , Harbindar Jeet Singh 4 1 Faculty of Medicine, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Sg ...
 Asian Journal of Andrology1 week ago

Inscopix Secures $10M Series A to Map the Brain in Action

Brain mapping technology driving deep discovery of the brain and fueling innovation in therapeutic development PALO ALTO, Calif. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — Inscopix , Inc., a Stanford startup developing a transformative brain mapping platform, today ...
 Freshnews.com1 month ago Inscopix Secures $10 Million Series A To Map The Brain In Action  BioSpace1 month ago

Receding glaciers in Bolivia leave communities at risk

Loading video... VIDEO: Simon Cook, a researcher at the Manchester Metropolitan University, films one of the glacier lakes he and his team monitored to identify those at risk of bursting and washing away... view more A new study published in ...
 EurekAlert!4 days ago Bolivia: Receding Glaciers Leave Communities At Risk  Eurasia Review3 days ago

76% Of North American Public Safety Agencies Will Have Implemented Next-Generation 9-1-1 Technologies in 2017 According to New Research by Stratus Technologies

Pursuant to the agreement reached in December 2012 between NENA, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, and APCO, the nation's four largest wireless carriers have submitted their first round of quarterly text-to-9-1-1 deployment progress reports. ...
 9-1-1 Magazine1 week ago

Appointments, Resignations, Deaths (9/23/2016)

Bobby Phills, Southern University Agriculture Center and College of Agriculture Paul Pitre, Washington State University North Puget Sound at Everett Margaret Arnold, assistant dean of graduate academics and faculty affairs in the College of ...
 Chronicle of Higher Education1 month ago

Early voters break Bexar County record

Photo: Bob Owen, San Antonio Express-News Image 1 of / 46 Caption Close Image 1 of 46 Political signs line the entrance to Lions Field on Broadway as traffice was heavy at the popular voting location on the first day of early ...
 MySanAntonio6 minutes ago Early voting underway in San Antonio for 2016 General ElectionEarly voting underway in San Antonio for 2016 General Election  MySanAntonio4 hours ago

Teen Suicide: Becoming Almost Commonplace, Reports State Act Is Like A Contagion

Across the United States, teen suicide has become a more frequent tragic reality that is occurring at higher rates. In El Paso County, the youngest person to die by suicide this year was merely 13. Dr. Leon Kelly, one of the region's county deputy ...
 Inquisitr2 days ago Teen suicide is contagious; the problem may be worse than thought  MSN News US2 days ago Colorado Springs Teens Keep Killing Themselves  MSN News US2 days ago Teen suicide is contagious, and the problem may be worse than we thought  MSN Canada8 hours ago

Psychiatric ER Patients in U.S. May Wait Days for Care

Home » tips » / no comments People with mental illness often wait long hours — or even days — in an emergency room before receiving the care they need, according to a new poll conducted by the American College of Emergency Physicians ...
 HealthMediciNet.com2 days ago

Water for Millions Is Vanishing as Bolivia's Glaciers Melt

Glaciers in the Bolivian Andes have shrunk 43 percent since 1986 as a result of rising global temperatures, putting millions of people at risk for shortages of drinking water, irrigation, and hydropower. The losses add up to about 88 square miles ...
 TakePart2 days ago Melting Glaciers in Bolivia Could Wash Away Towns  Seeker3 days ago
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