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Men's hot flashes: Hypnotic relaxation may ease the discomfort men don't talk about
Men who experience hot flashes are unlikely to talk much about it, but they may find relief from their silent suffering if they are willing to try an unusual treatment, according to findings from a Baylor University case study.
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Wed Jul 09, 2014
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In his new role as Principal, he will develop compensation strategies, philosophies and programs that address clients' attraction and retention needs.
Politico: Evangelical Support For Gay Marriage On The Rise - VIDEO
Over the past decade, evangelical support for gay marriage has more than doubled, according to polling by the nonpartisan Public Religion Research Institute.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
ETBU Names Director of Student Activities
East Texas Baptist University Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Xavier Whitaker announces that Sarah Pullin has been selected to serve as Director of Student Activities.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Chikungunya: The mosquito-borne virus explained
The picnics, the bug spray warnings, the macro-focused pictures of mosquitoes. Get ready, America.
DNA testing sought for remains from Waco cemetery
The committee planning the reburial of about 300 human remains unearthed from a historic Waco cemetery hopes to be able to use DNA technology to identify them.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Archaeologist at TX Mass Grave Blames DREAM Act: 'Being Told America Wants Your Children'
During a Fusion TV report by Jim Avila on an illegal immigrant mass gravesite in Texas at Sacred Heart Burial Park in Falfurrias, a neglected cemetery about an hour's drive north of the border, the head of a team of 30 archaeologists, Baylor University's Lori Baker said it is 'talk" of the DREAM Act that is causing the surge of minors to cross the ... (more)
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Plans In The Works For 30th Fourth Parade
Red, white and blue will be the attire of choice Friday, July 4, as the Late Bloomers of Corsicana Street host the 30th annual Fourth of July Parade in Hillsboro.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Treviso Announces Medical Director and Management
LONGVIEW, TX, June 27, 2014-Treviso Transitional Care, a post-acute transitional health care center, today announced that Longview Orthopedic Surgeon Stephen Littlejohn will serve as its medical director.
Former Waco Mayor, Businessman, BU Supporter Dies
Former Waco Mayor Ted Getterman, a longtime businessman, philanthropist and Baylor University supporter, died Tuesday at his home after a long illness.
Charleston Business Journal
A West Ashley High School student will head to Silicon Valley in the fall to compete among 40 young entrepreneurs for $35,000 in cash and prizes.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Detroit Free Press
Learning to forgive: Let go of regrets to move on to a guilt-free life
'It's a work in progress for a lot of people because a lot of people have only known one thing:... Two studies released in May from Baylor University looked at what factors determine a person's likelihood of self-forgiveness.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
S. Carolina congressman urges Houstonians to lead change
Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., questions a witness during the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee's hearing on May 8, 2013, on Benghazi on Capitol Hill in Washington.
The Hartford Courant
Extraordinary Life: He Had His Hand On Pulse Of Connecticut's Economy
Edwin L. Caldwell was a prominent economist whose views about the future of Connecticut's economy were highly influential in the 1970's and '80s.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Winners of TOSCA vocal scholarships to perform
Although Brendan Boyle and Clare Bryan won't be singing for their supper Sunday afternoon, they will be performing to show their gratitude to the Topeka Opera Society Concert Association for cash prizes they received to continue their music education.
Accrediting Group Puts Baylor College Of Medicine On Probation
The Liaison Committee on Medical Education, an accrediting group, has placed the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston on probation, citing more than a dozen areas of concern.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
The Forgotten Side of the First World War
Over the next four years, some two dozen countries would send more than 60 million soldiers to fight.
The emotional moment NBA commissioner 'drafted' star Baylor player...
The emotional moment NBA commissioner 'drafted' star player who was forced to give up basketball career days earlier because he was diagnosed with rare genetic disorder Isaiah Austin, 20, was days away from his NBA dreams coming true when he received devastating news that he would no longer be able to play He was diagnosed with Marfan syndrome, ... (more)
Cortez Journal News
Walker graduates from BaylorWACO, Texas - Baylor University conferred degrees on more than 2,300 graduates during spring commencement exercises May 16-17.Katherine Walker of Bayfield received her bachelor of arts degree in French.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Open thread for night owls: The shocking influence of right-wing quack David Barton
Heather Digby Parton at Salon writes The Rise of a Right-wing Quack: Faux Historian David Barton's Shocking New Influence .