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Protect Yourself At The Pump With The U-Glove

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Without thinking, people insert their credit cards and reach for the handle to pump gas. Yet, millions of microbes expose these fillers to unimaginable microscopic horrors, including fecal matter. 690 more words

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Seriously?

I’ve found out some disturbing news.

Our school gives each medical student a Token Testing ID that’s made up of a random combination of letters and numbers. 246 more words

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DEP Partners with Nova Southeastern to Learn How Coral Reefs are Being Used

December 2, 2014

~Project seeks community input to help manage Florida’s coral reefs~

Florida’s coral reefs are a vital natural resource and popular tourist attraction for the state. 634 more words

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There is a "Black Hole" of Information After One Drops a Resume

This interview originally appeared on March 11, 2013. Then we followed up with Ms. Moran on December 9, 2013. This year’s follow up will post shortly. 1,083 more words

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Crunch Time

Finals are in about a week and a half. I think by now, my class has adapted to the amount of material we get as M2s. 153 more words

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Principles of Clinical Medicine + school updates

Our M2 Principles of Clinical Medicine (PCM) class has really evolved from our M1 Physical Diagnosis class. Last year, we would show up to the OPP room and practice taking blood pressures, performing a heart exam, eye exam, etc . 685 more words

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Co-Chairs Host Leadership Breakfast For 2015 Broward Heart Walk

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DAVIE (CBSMiami) –Whether you’re a blue collar worker or a CEO, heart disease doesn’t discriminate.

Rick Case and Dr. Edward Savage, co-chairs for the 2015 Broward Heart Walk, held a leadership breakfast on Wednesday morning to spread the word about America’s number one killer. 273 more words

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