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Across the social networking sites, online friendships range from close relationships with strong ties to looser affiliations -- but both types of friendships are useful
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. and KANSAS CITY, Kan., Jan.
A researcher at the University of Kansas has discovered a link between ancient spiders and their modern relatives.
By ANNYSA JOHNSON Wauwatosa -- Barb Agnew remembers standing on this same spot on the Milwaukee County Grounds a few years ago, in the shade of this grand and verdant sycamore tree.
LAWRENCE -- The University of Kansas is "one of the premier college bargains in the United States," according to one of the oldest and most respected college guides.
To: POLITICAL EDITORS Contact: Eileen McMenamin, Bipartisan Policy Center Director of Communications, +1-202-379-1633, email@example.com Leaders Project on the State of American Health Care to Focus on Individual Responsibility and Rural Health WASHINGTON,Aug.
By Julius A. Karash, The Kansas City Star, Mo. Jun. 24--Kansas health reform is down and so are a lot of the folks who expected major steps forward in Topeka this year. But Marcia Nielsen, executive director of the Kansas Health Policy Authority, says it's not over yet.
By Julius A. Karash, The Kansas City Star, Mo. Jun. 20--The University of Kansas Hospital has implemented an electronic medical records system in its emergency department.
By Julius A. Karash, The Kansas City Star, Mo. Jun. 19--The University of Kansas Hospital has implemented an electronic medical record system in its emergency department.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. _ Narrower. Deeper. That seems to be the trend in continuing education for many professionals who are returning to school for graduate degrees. Dennis Gagnon always wanted to go back to grad school _ probably to get an MBA.
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