Chantell Evans is one of 15 young scientists getting the awards, which are aimed at boosting the numbers of women and minorities in faculty positions.
People who are prescribed opioids for chronic, often agonizing pain, say they are treated like drug abusers even by closest family and friends.
If policymakers are truly invested in the well-being of DACA recipients, then they must recognize that permanent, comprehensive solutions are needed.
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The Pennsbury School Board is poised to vote Tuesday on a novel partnership with the Caron Foundation that would include three full-time counselors in the schools - one each in elementary, middle and high school - who will oversee an array of potentially life-saving services.
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Several hours later, the parents noticed that their son's legs were not moving as they typically did when he cried.
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They were partners for 34 years. But at the end, it was hard to remember the good times.
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If you keep it up all month, you'll have added 29 small steps that together can mean big changes for your heart.