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Insurance Firm Study Shows Nurse Practitioners Facing More Lawsuits

A recent study by CNA Financial has found the Nurse Practitioners (NPs) are at the heart of more malpractice lawsuits than in years prior. The insurance firm, along with the Nurses Service Organization, analyzed 287 closed liability cases against NPs, … Continue reading

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Iraq Study Group Papers of former U.S. Rep. Lee Hamilton are now available in digital format

Indiana University Bloomington: “The Iraq Study Group Papers of former U.S. Rep. Lee Hamilton are now available in digital format from Indiana University Libraries, providing researchers and the public with a behind-the-scenes look at a bipartisan panel that influenced U.S. policy in … Continue reading

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Rohrabacher calls for release of NASA depot study

Skeptical about NASA's plans-mandated by last year's authorization act-to develop the heavy-lift Space Launch System (SLS), Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) is demanding to find out details about alternative architectures that use smaller rockets coupled with propellant depots. In a press … Continue reading

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Study Shows that SSRIs Taken with Anti-platelets Cause Bleeding in Heart Attack Patients

A new Canadian Study, published in the Sept. 26 Canadian Medical Association Journal, has found that heart attack patients that take anti-platelet medications like aspirin or Plavix while also taking an SSRI antidepressant drug like Paxil have an increased chance … Continue reading

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Britsh Study Connects the Stress of Divorce to Excessive Alcohol Consumption Among Teens

A British think-tank recently published a study on excessive alcohol consumption which found a correlation between the children of divorce and what they defined as "problematic drinking behaviors." As reported by James Hall, the Consumer Affairs Editor of The Telegraph, … Continue reading

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