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  • LCU welcomes Texas Poet Laureate Jan Seale

    LCU welcomes Texas Poet Laureate Jan Seale

    Tuesday, March 5 2013 12:48 AM EST2013-03-05 05:48:27 GMT
    Provided by Lubbock Christian University Texas Poet Laureate Jan Seale will be giving a reading at Lubbock Christian University on March 5, at 7 p.m., in the C.L. Kay Christian Development Center Theater. There
    Texas Poet Laureate Jan Seale will be giving a reading at Lubbock Christian University on March 5, at 7 p.m., in the C.L. Kay Christian Development Center Theater.
  • Menopause relief

    Menopause relief

    Monday, March 4 2013 11:23 PM EST2013-03-05 04:23:23 GMT
    Here's new hope on the horizon for women who suffer from hot flashes, an FDA advisory panel is reviewing two new applications for drugs that have been shown to reduce that common symptom of menopause.
    Here's new hope on the horizon for women who suffer from hot flashes, an FDA advisory panel is reviewing two new applications for drugs that have been shown to reduce that common symptom of menopause.
  • ADHD linked to psychiatric disorders

    ADHD linked to psychiatric disorders

    Monday, March 4 2013 11:18 PM EST2013-03-05 04:18:42 GMT
    If you were diagnosed with ADHD as a child, there's a one in three chance you still have the disorder. But that's not the only concern. At Boston children's hospital, researchers studied more than 2
    If you were diagnosed with ADHD as a child, there's a one in three chance you still have the disorder.
  • A breakthrough treatment for HIV

    A breakthrough treatment for HIV

    Monday, March 4 2013 11:06 PM EST2013-03-05 04:06:20 GMT
    Scientists today are excited about amazing news in the fight against HIV, the virus that leads to aids. Knowing the high risk behavior of a pregnant woman in Jackson, Mississippi, Dr. Hanna gay decided
    Scientists today are excited about amazing news in the fight against HIV, the virus that leads to aids.
  • Shelf life of blood could be changing

    Shelf life of blood could be changing

    Monday, March 4 2013 6:53 PM EST2013-03-04 23:53:19 GMT
    New research suggests the 'shelf life' of donated blood may be shorter than once thought. A Johns Hopkins study found red blood cells stored for over three weeks begin to lose flexibility and can no
    New research suggests the 'shelf life' of donated blood may be shorter than once thought. A Johns Hopkins study found red blood cells stored for over three weeks begin to lose flexibility and can no
  • A better nights sleep linked to more exercise

    A better nights sleep linked to more exercise

    Monday, March 4 2013 6:36 PM EST2013-03-04 23:36:46 GMT
    We've always heard we need a good night's sleep to be more productive during the day. But turns out, the best plan may be to hit the gym, before we hit the sheets. That's because a poll from the national
    A poll from the national sleep foundation indicates people who exercise the most, get the best sleep.
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