politics
Monday, October 20, 2014
Posted by t.safdi
South Carolina Republican officials have for years railed against the evils of the federal budget and bloated spending. But according to a personal finance website, South Carolina actually collects more in federal funds than most states. The Greenville News writes, “South Carolina... + continue reading
lab fertilization
Monday, October 20, 2014
Posted by k.park
Many developments have given human fertility clinics more innovative and useful tools that not only provide better results but also healthier ones. Mike Switzer of South Carolina Business Review spoke with Dr. Michael Slowey, a reproductive endocrinologist with Coastal Fertility Specialists of... + continue reading
Ebola
Friday, October 17, 2014
Posted by k.geer
The Medical University of South Carolina has volunteered to be the main center for care, if an Ebola outbreak occurs in South Carolina. According to WTOC, DHEC’s director, Catherine Templeton, stated that it was very important to have a system in place prior to the need comes up. She also included... + continue reading
Elmore Leonard
Friday, October 17, 2014
Posted by a.crouch
Crime novelist Elmore Leonard’s archives now reside at the University of South Carolina Libraries. Leonard is most known for westerns, crime novels, and screenplays, including, “Get Shorty”, “Out of Sight,” and “3:10 to Yuma.” The extensive collection includes drafts of manuscripts, novels,... + continue reading
Alzheimers Disease
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Posted by pa.bennett
There are more than 250,000 persons with Down syndrome in the United States. A high percentage of those individuals will develop Alzheimer’s in their 40s and 50s. And over two-thirds of people with Down syndrome in their 60s will have Alzheimer’s. Dr. Lotta Granholm-Bentley is doing research in... + continue reading
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Friday, 10/17/14
The Medical University of South Carolina has volunteered to be the main center for care, if an Ebola outbreak occurs in South Carolina. According to WTOC, DHEC’s director, Catherine Templeton, stated... + continue reading

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politics
Monday, 10/20/14
South Carolina Republican officials have for years railed against the evils of the federal budget and bloated spending. But according to a personal finance website, South Carolina actually... + continue reading

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lab fertilization
Monday, 10/20/14
Many developments have given human fertility clinics more innovative and useful tools that not only provide better results but also healthier ones. Mike Switzer of South Carolina Business Review... + continue reading