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Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained

Francesca concludes the series on our publishing world observations.

The expression ‘All human life is here’ was once the motto of the now defunct News of the World. 547 more words

Johannas Design Group releases conceptual drawings

On August 25, 2014 the David Johannas Design group hosted a special meeting for property owners who live within roughly 500-600 feet of the proposed second phase of the Tribeca Brownstone project to discuss their concerns. 93 more words

Required Reading: August 2014

Great stories are published daily about the impact personalized medicine is having on individual patients, and the medical community as a whole, but it can be a challenge to stay on top of the news. 313 more words

Patient Impact

Work-it-out Wednesday: hill repeats

Happy hump day hierophants!

I hope that your work-week is going well. Have you been interpreting any sacred mysteries or esoteric principles lately? My Wednesday was an uphill battle beginning to end. 721 more words

Fighting lung cancer with personalised medicine (Day 93)

Recently I wrote about twins who were creating a better mechanism to release cancer-fighting drugs and about researchers using epigenetics to identify the best treatments for cancers. 564 more words

Geoff Maitland

Can epigenetics merge the nature nurture debate?

Ever since the mapping of the genome, scientists have discovered the answers to many questions related to behavior, psychology, aging, disease, etc. An increasing amount of data that is coming back from various genome studies is exponentially turning out more findings. 772 more words

More details about Idlewood Round-a-bout released

From Mr. Jeff Eastman, senior land use planner at the City of Richmond:

Attached are the plans as they stand now. Sometimes there are modifications between now and the UDC …

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