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The City of Washington is remembering the anniversary of the EF-4 tornado that tore through that community late on a Sunday morning, four years ago.
The ongoing rule changes and legal battles over immigration are affecting international students at the state’s colleges and universities. Martin McFarland is the Director of International Students and Scholar Services at the University of Illinois. Speaking on the Illinois Public Radio talk show The 21 st , McFarland says the people he works with are getting frustrated with all the uncertainty. McFarland: “What was initially anger at a lot of these changes felt by our students … our...
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When was the last time you were asked to sit without saying a word for five minutes before your blood pressure was measured? If your answer was "I never remember doing that," you're in good company. Yet that is one of the many rules that medical professionals are supposed to follow when measuring your blood pressure. Paul Whelton, a cardiovascular specialist at the Tulane University School of Public Health, says airplane pilots always run down a safety checklist before taking off. "We would...
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