Reducing the non-FDA-approved use of antipsychotic drugs may be a way to save money while having little effect on patient care, according to a Penn State College of Medicine study.
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During her tumultuous three years at the head of the Washington D.C. public schools, Michelle Rhee set off a lot of fireworks.She's still doing it - on a national stage.
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The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission's new headquarters is not only ultra green, it's smart too.
During his 14 years at Shorter University, Michael Wilson, a librarian, built a library collection for the college’s satellite campus in Atlanta. He shaped his post as the first full-time librarian for adult and professional students.