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American College of Physicians Opposes Assisted Suicide

Excellent. The American College of Physicians, after studying the issue, has issued a policy statement against the legalization of assisted suicide. From the ACP Position Paper: Society’s goal should be to make dying less, not more, medical. Show More Summary

4 American Students Attacked With Acid In France Say They Forgive Their Assailant

The Boston College coeds were passing through a Marseille train station while studying abroad.

Erik Visits an American Grave, Part 147

This is the grave of William Gibbs McAdoo. Born in 1861 in Marietta, Georgia, McAdoo’s family moved to Knoxville, Tennessee in 1877 when his dad became a professor at the University of Tennsseee and that’s where he attended college. He practiced law in Chattanooga and then moved to New York City in 1892. He moved […]

Students in France acid attack show compassion for assailant

BOSTON (AP) — American college students attacked with acid at a train station in France have offered compassion and prayers for their assailant, who authorities say suffers from a mental illness.

American College Students Attacked With Acid in French Train Station

23 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

The young women were passing through the Saint-Charles Station in Marseille.

Here are the Four US Victims of Acid Attacks in France This Past Weekend

You won’t be seeing this picture of these bright, beautiful young American students from Boston College in the media this week. The left wing media knows that the thought of their faces burning from acid would be too much for Americans. Show More Summary

American college students victimized by acid attack in France were all studying abroad

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Shocking reports emerged from France on Sunday that four Boston College students studying abroad were attacked at about 11 a.m. by a 41-year-old “disturbed” woman, who threw hydrochloric acid at the students without warning at a train station in Marseilles. There are two bits of good news: the...

Americans Injured in France Acid Attack Attend Boston College

The four young American women sprayed in the face with acid in a train station in France Sunday morning are Boston College students studying overseas. The women, all juniors, have been identified as Courtney Siverling, Charlotte Kaufman, and Michelle Krug, who are studying in the school's Paris program, and Kelsey...

Four American women hit by acid attack in France

Four American college students were attacked with acid by a woman on Sunday at a train station in southern France. At least two of them were injured, according to local police.

Professional soccer attendance records fall in Atlanta and Cincinnati

The story of American soccer’s growth is told in the Pacific Northwest, in ethnic communities, some college towns and in traditional urban centers from coast to coast. Increasingly, though, the sport has taken hold in unconventional locations. On Saturday, pro attendance records fell not in Los Angeles, Seattle or New York but in Atlanta and […]

MKSAP: 54-year-old man with elevated blood pressure

Test your medicine knowledge with the MKSAP challenge, in partnership with the American College of Physicians. A 54-year-old man is evaluated for elevated blood pressure noted recently at a local health fair. He has no other medical history and takes no medications. On this visit and on two subsequent nurse visits, the patient’s blood pressure measurements are […]

Lazaretto #1 Leaves You at Its Mercy, Wanting More

“After a pandemic strikes, a dorm complex at a small American college is quarantined with all of the students trapped within. What first starts out as youthful freedom from authority soon devolves into […] The post Lazaretto #1 Leaves You at Its Mercy, Wanting More appeared first on Geek.com.

‘September US scrap collapses to sideways’: How can this be?

In 1968 there was an American college football game between two Ivy League schools, Harvard and Yale. Harvard, an underdog entering the game, scored 16 points in the final 42 seconds to miraculously tie Yale 29-29. The following day,...Show More Summary

Researchers identify the most effective operating room infection control practices

(American College of Surgeons) A new study of Texas hospitals has determined two areas that work best for operating room infection control procedures.

ACP to Senate: Efforts to stabilize health insurance markets should first, do no harm

(American College of Physicians) The American College of Physicians (ACP) told the Senate today that any reforms being considered to help stabilize the health insurance marketplaces should first, do no harm to patients and actually result in improved access and quality of care. Show More Summary

A writer who interviewed hundreds of Americans about happiness found life satisfaction comes down to 4 'pillars'

Around the time Emily Esfahani Smith went off to college, she began searching for deeper meaning in her life. She would eventually find it in researching the topic itself, ultimately reaching graduate school to study the psychology of...Show More Summary

Republicans love cops, hate professors: survey

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

When it comes to teachers and college professors, Americans are divided by their politics. A Pew Research Center survey published Wednesday revealed Republicans rated teachers and professors much lower than Democrats. The survey, which was based on a feelings thermometer (0 coldest, 100 warmest),...

DACA Recipient Says Fellow Students Are Harassing Her With Deportation Posts — And Her College Refuses To Protect Her!

Paola Garcia has lived in the United States since she was two years old. She's an American. She doesn't have another home. But now, thanks to Donald Trump and his hateful rhetoric, she's being made to feel threatened somewhere she should be perfectly safe — her campus. Related: The Chainsmokers Are Just The Latest Famous Faces To [...]

Why Are We Still Giving Billions of Taxpayer Dollars to Colleges That Spit On American Values?

Ben Shapiro, the most popular conservative commentator is set to give a speech at Berkeley, California, tomorrow, and the mainstream media outlets would have you think a hurricane is about to wipe the town out. The LA Times told its readers that Berkeley is “bracing” for Shapiro’s speech on Thursday. Show More Summary

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