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on Tue Sep 30 3:00 AM

Why does children’s pain get short shrift?

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Practice has improved since the days when kids went without. But research shows they still don’t get enough relief
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on Sun Sep 28 5:22 PM

SaskPower to launch carbon-capture plant

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

The project aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by one million tonnes annually, which amounts to about 90 per cent of the emissions from the plant
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on Sat Sep 27 7:48 PM

Gerald Larue Dies at 98; Early Advocate of Right to Die

THE NEW YORK TIMES

The family of Professor Larue, the first president of the Hemlock Society, who taught for decades at U.S.C., respected his wishes and declined to put him on a ventilator.
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on Sat Sep 27 7:48 PM

Gerald Larue Dies at 98; Early Advocate of Right to Die

THE NEW YORK TIMES

The family of Professor Larue, the first president of the Hemlock Society, who taught for decades at U.S.C., respected his wishes and declined to put him on a ventilator.
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on Sat Sep 27 7:48 PM

Gerald Larue Dies at 98; Early Advocate of Right to Die

THE NEW YORK TIMES

The family of Professor Larue, the first president of the Hemlock Society, who taught for decades at U.S.C., respected his wishes and declined to put him on a ventilator.
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on Fri Sep 26 3:04 PM

Smelly discovery challenges effectiveness of antimicrobial textiles -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

Anti-odor clothing may not be living up to its promise, and a researcher is saying it could all be a matter of how the product was tested.
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on Thu Sep 25 2:03 PM

Why matching a student to the right school is not straightforward

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Parents should look for a school that will fit their child’s personality
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on Wed Sep 24 2:49 PM

New dinosaur from New Mexico has relatives in Alberta -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

A newly discovered armored dinosaur from New Mexico has close ties to the dinosaurs of Alberta, say paleontologists. From 76 to 66 million years ago, Alberta was home to at least five species of ankylosaurid dinosaurs, the group that includes...
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on Tue Sep 23 5:29 PM

Gambling on an M.D.

MACLEANS

In 2013, most would-be doctors came from just six undergrad schools, even though they were the tougher, more competitive onesThe post Gambling on an M.D. appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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on Sun Sep 21 10:15 PM

Gerald A. Larue dies at 98; former minister debunked biblical stories

LOS ANGELES TIMES

Gerald A. Larue — an ordained minister who became an agnostic, archeologist, religious scholar and debunker of claims such as Lazarus rising from the dead and the discovery of Noah's ark — has died. He was 98.
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