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There are fossils in Grand Central Station. There are fossils practically everywhere.

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Two stories about fossil fish today!

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Medical schools typically teach only a few hours about LGBT health over four years of training, said Randall Sell, an associate professor who created and directs Drexel's new program. He is hoping to educate health-care professionals and aspiring ones on the diverse needs of the LGBT community.
"For a handful of things, perhaps it doesn't matter," said Sell. "Like if you have a broken arm."

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My blog post yesterday: A look at the thought going into the new space for Drexel's public health autism research center. Also, the actual space.

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Zombies, of course, are the ideal educational tool for preparedness. For one thing, they are unknown. "No one knows how to medically care for zombies," Okupniak says.

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Common indoor tropical plants, grown with their suspended between layers of kitchen scrubber material, on a massive scale. Microbes in the plants' roots remove chemicals from the air, but researchers are just beginning to investigate which chemicals, which microbes, and how they do it.
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