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A1c is normal. Of course.

The new RE wanted to check my A1c levels looking for insulin issues. At 5.3, my A1c falls into the normal range. It may be more of a high normal, but it is normal. 334 more words

Medicated Cycle

Community archaeology ... in the lab

One fundamental component of our research at Nunalleq is community engagement. The project is an actual partnership with local communities; a collaboration, which creates opportunities to investigate the regional prehistory and to co-develop tools to enable local communities to preserve, learn from and (re)appropriate their own archaeological heritage in the longer-term. 237 more words

Public Outreach

Meaning from Surface Finds

Post by Nate Jereb, PSU Undergraduate and Archaeology Lab Intern

I’ve been working on putting together procedures for cleaning and processing surface finds from Port Clarence. 207 more words

Lab Work

Potting away

The last three weeks of lab work have been quite intense and we are now starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel (or I should say, the table tops underneath the boxes). 425 more words

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JavaScript: Basic Constructs, Prompts and Functions (Lab 5)

Question # 01

Create a webpage that declares a variable, assigns a value to it, displays the value, changes the value, and displays the value again and print the values on the webpage. 741 more words

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Brushing Rodent Teeth

Post by Kristin Leonard, PSU undergraduate and Archaeology Lab Intern

Every term that I have spent in Dr. Anderson’s lab has been a new learning experience. 168 more words

Lab Work

Post-Excavation News

Now that the preparations for this summer’s field season are underway, and anticipation for all the new and wonderful things we will be finding this year at Nunalleq is growing, it is perhaps a good time to show you some of the post-excavation work that has been going on during the winter. 328 more words

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