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As officials continue to investigate the death of former University of Delaware Professor John Dohms, friends and family are remembering the impact he had on their lives.
Saturday | Medical News Today
Described by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as "physical, sexual, or psychological harm by a current or former partner or spouse," intimate partner violence is a serious public health issue affecting millions of people in the United States.
Classes cover medical to agricultural emergencies, methamphetamine labs, hazmat, fire and explosion investigations, military and commercial aircraft crash response, Homeland Security issues and different firefighting experiences.
FRIDAY March 7, 2014, 2014 -- Teens and young adults involved in relationship violence are more likely to suffer depression, a new study indicates.
Did you know that many discoveries and theories promoted by proponents of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution were in error and have since been disproven? We don't often hear about flawed evolutionary theories and certainly not about fraudulent or forged artifacts.
As a psychologist, Christine Panyard spent her days working with schizophrenic heroin addicts and police officers with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Laura Finney, a teacher at Chamberlin Hill Intermediate School in Findlay, Ohio, has been named the 2014 recipient of the Edward C. Roy, Jr. Award for Excellence in K-8 Earth Science Teaching.
Sandusky Schools opened the Regional Center for Advanced Academic Studies in August as the area's only full-time gifted school.
Siberia fills the heads of scientists with dreams of resurrection. For millions of years, its tundra has gradually turned to permafrost, entombing animals and other organisms in ice.
A big weight has been lifted off of Daniel Short's shoulders in the form of a fake falcon head.
Marion County residents listed as candidates for graduation at BGSU in spring semester 2014, with student's name and his or her degree listed: Taylor Tanner, bachelor of science in education; Hannah Schlichting, bachelor of arts; Mary Haynes, bachelor of science in education; Tyler Chambers, bachelor of science in education; Benjamin Powell, ... (more)