EAMC to open new neonatal intensive care facility

OPELIKA, Alabama (WTVM) – East Alabama Medical Center opens a new neonatal intensive care unit on Thursday at its Opelika campus. Prior to this addition to the EAMC, babies requiring Level III treatment had to be transported to hospitals outside of town. “Having a Level III NICU has a significant …

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Improving the fortune of the human sciences means thinking about post-16 diplomas

Continuing education news The FE News Channel gives you the latest education news and updates on emerging education strategies and # The future of education and the #AvenirduTravail. Providing reliable and positive continuing education news and opinions since 2003, we are a digital news channel with a mix of written …

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Nevada groups rally support for new national monument

Support for a fourth national monument in southern Nevada is strong, conservation groups say, and with the right message they think support will only grow. These assumptions seem to reveal themselves in a poll of more than 400 likely voters across Nevada, led by Data for progress, a national progressive …

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Did you spot this Downton Abbey star in Death in Paradise?

September 22, 2021 – 12:16 BST Emmy griffiths Death in Paradise has hosted prolific stars over the years, including Downton Abbey alumni Death in paradise has hosted big stars over the years, but did you know a certain member of the Downton abbey family appeared in the beloved series? Zoe …

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Death in Paradise’s Ben Miller says the show wasn’t what he expected

Death in paradise Actor Ben Miller explained why the series did not live up to his initial expectations. Recognized for playing DI Richard Poole in the first three rounds before returning for Round 10 earlier this year, Miller joined The only show yesterday (September 21) to promote his new children’s …

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New Book by English Teacher Wins Eudora Welty Prize; Book signing on Friday

Kelly L. Dunn Casey Kayser, Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Medical Humanities Program, received the prestigious Eudora Welty Prize for her new book Marginalized: Southern playwrights confront race, region and gender, which was published by University Press of Mississippi in September 2021. Each year, the University of …

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access to care for transgender people

For transgender people in Illinois, strong access to health care offers relief Thirty years ago, when he was only 3 years old, Tristan Connor knew he did not identify as a girl, even though he had been assigned a woman at birth. He didn’t have the words to say it …

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Death in Paradise’s Ralf Little wows fans with new shots on the set of series 11

September 21, 2021 – 4:27 PM BST Francesca shillcock The actor returned to Guadeloupe recently for other Death in Paradise shoots and shared incredible photos in the process … Ralf Little recently took a break from filming Death in paradise series 11, but it looks like the actor has returned …

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Amber Severson Completes National Humanities Humanities Staffing Workshop

The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation is pleased to announce that Amber Severson, a social science teacher at Alexander Public School, Alexander, ND, has successfully completed our workshop for educators this summer sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities. “Heart Mountain, Wyoming, and the Japanese American Incarceration” taught a total …

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Reviews | How Biden can help Lebanon break its vicious political circle

None of this is surprising. But what is surprising is that Hezbollah’s iron grip on Lebanese politics and economy is starting to loosen, giving the Biden administration a chance to change an approach that has long failed. Even if the country’s rulers remain accountable, Hezbollah no longer enjoys the support …

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