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11/21/19 8:39pm
The study, published Nov. 20 in JAMA Surgery, looked at 183 gunshot wound patients who had been brought to Penn’s trauma center.  
11/12/19 10:37pm
The researchers found that patients with higher bloodstream concentrations of cfDNA had a shorter "progression-free survival" than patients with less cfDNA. 
10/29/19 8:14pm
The top three baseball cities overall were New York, Los Angeles, and St. Louis. 
09/30/19 8:14pm
"Squishr" features a ranking system that tracks the number of lanternflies a person has killed. Users with the highest number of kills can make the “Today’s Top Squishers" list. 
09/22/19 6:55pm
Benjamin Lyons, a postdoctoral fellow at the APPC, said the results showed people who perceived risks from these energy sites were not more aware of their distance to one. 
09/12/19 10:10pm
Students who initially used flavored products were more likely to report vaping within the last 30 days, and they also tended to use e-cigarettes more frequently each month. 
04/28/19 9:39pm
Cullina, an expert on North American plants, currently serves as the CEO of the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens. 
04/14/19 10:05pm
City hall is booked until mid-June for appointments to receive new city identifications which will increase accessibility to jobs, housing and social services.
04/01/19 2:00pm
91 percent of the 1,200 members of the College’s union, the Faculty and Staff Federation of Community College of Philadelphia, voted in favor of a strike in February 2019.
03/24/19 7:52pm
Temple's free vaccination clinics will be held throughout the day on Wednesday, March 27, and Friday, March 29, the Inquirer reported.  
03/15/19 12:16am
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine professor Gerard Schellenberg led the research team, which analyzed data from more than 94,000 people. 
02/26/19 7:50pm
La Salle administrators say they hope the move will improve mental health and increase appeal for prospective students.
02/18/19 11:11pm
The researchers used more than 50,000 reviews from 1,566 hospitals across the country to identify common communication issues within healthcare.
10/29/18 11:13pm
Research from consulting firm McKinsey found that physical jobs, such as operating machinery or preparing fast food, could be at risk because of advanced automation.
10/11/18 10:29pm
The Wharton finance professor was nominated by Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon at a joint press conference earlier this week.
09/29/18 3:48pm
Yale has revoked its six-year rule that off-campus parties of more than 50 people be registered and that there be a designated 'host' to take legal responsibility for the event. 
09/27/18 11:10pm
In the past two weeks, three women have brought allegations of sexual assault and impropriety against Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh. 
09/23/18 1:01pm
The University dropped two ranks from last year, now placing behind Princeton University.
09/03/18 9:05pm
Earlier this year, TIME Magazine named Professor Carl June as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.  
04/09/18 10:17pm
Medical School professor David Asch, the study’s principal investigator, said the researchers sought to examine whether limiting the hours in a shift would lead to less fatigue and fewer errors made by trainees.
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