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New Tech to Control Chronic Pain

Long-term pain is a serious condition that should not be taken lightly. Of the 100 million in the U.S. who suffer from chronic pain each year, many fail to find relief in traditional therapies such as medication, injections, and surgery. 283 more words

Pain Management

Mid-semester schedule issues have Wooddale High School students concerned

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Some parents and students at Wooddale High School are concerned student schedule issues could possibly cause problems for graduation.

Many Wooddale seniors told WREG they do not feel administrators are listening to them, and they are scared they might not graduate on time. 269 more words


SCS Night, the Fifth - no pleading here!

Tonight was the Annual General Meeting for our choir.  The rules are the same as for pretty much any other charitable organization – 25% of the membership would form the quorum and, fortunately, we had that.   204 more words


Study raises questions about effectiveness of pre-K education over time

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — There could be more work to do in Tennessee pre-K classrooms.

A six-year study, made possible by Vanderbilt University and the Tennessee Department of Education, suggested the gains made in pre-K can wear off over time. 478 more words


TN Education Commissioner visits school that cleared priority list

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Tennessee Commissioner of Education Candice McQueen made a stop in Memphis Friday to celebrate a school that made it off the list of lowest performing schools in the state and is now among the top schools for progress or performance. 333 more words


Many call for school zone safety upgrades after middle school student struck

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Many in the community are calling for safety upgrades in school zones Thursday, after a car hit a 12-year-old girl walking to Kirby Middle School Wednesday. 269 more words


SCS Night, The Fourth

Well, tonight my wife is in toon visiting, getting ready for the move and generally exploring life in our old hometown again.  She brought our dog and the first thing we did Monday morning was bring them both to work…  I had an oil change for my car and they drove me to the U of S where we were giving away coffee and timbits as a bit of a thank you to those who take the bus in Saskatoon.   150 more words